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Should Everton sack Marco Silva?

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January 27, 2019, 02:13:17 AM
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Silas

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Questioning him sure? Criticising him? Of course. Sacking him is fucking batshit mental crazy talk of the highest order though.


January 27, 2019, 02:19:09 AM
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Mayor Farnum


No manager will be good enough for fans like you. We are in a mess from last season, this is going to take time to sort. We will never know which managers can and can’t sort things out if we get shot after six months. Glad Kendall was not around as manager first time now. He’d have been gone

And Kendall's team may have continued a little longer if we'd had the bottle to sack Harvey when he proved he wasn't up to it instead of waiting until the team was dismantled and we were in danger of going down.( This is the unspoken reason for our fall from grace towards the end of the eighties).

January 27, 2019, 02:19:42 AM
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bluestevie


Questioning him sure? Criticising him? Of course. Sacking him is fucking batshit mental crazy talk of the highest order though.

It's the simplest of things that would help matters, burn the noose that is 4231 and bin the zonal marking until we have a defence capable of playing it
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January 27, 2019, 02:19:47 AM
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KoemansNumberTens


Keep sacking everyone after 6 months and eventually you'll get what you deserve.

A decent manager. Surely the reality is that Martinez koeman and allardyce were all wrong. Time only works if they aren’t shite

January 27, 2019, 02:24:36 AM
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American Evertonian


I just want some of the reporters to ask him why he continues with zonal marking as it is such a liability for our team....surely he has to realize it.....right?
Are we there yet?

January 27, 2019, 02:25:14 AM
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stirlingblue


Questioning him sure? Criticising him? Of course. Sacking him is fucking batshit mental crazy talk of the highest order though.

Problem his he’s been questioned and criticised for about 2 months and has done literally nothing to address it.

At what point do you think it’s reasonable to expect him to actually try fixing things?


January 27, 2019, 02:25:36 AM
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American Evertonian


Questioning him sure? Criticising him? Of course. Sacking him is fucking batshit mental crazy talk of the highest order though.

I'm just happy we have Brands. The only man that gives me hope.
Are we there yet?

January 27, 2019, 02:30:17 AM
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Sack him for what ....getting reffed out of another game ...come on ffs yes today was shite yes we were poor by all means ...DCL can't hold a ball up to save his life Should've been Tosun from the start....Richarlson was better out wide (were he should stay) and we can all see zonal is hurting us ,but yet again the ref was clueless as to 2 pen shouts for obvious fouls at set pieces ...it shouldn't have got to half time at 1-1 ..then the blatant handles goal....it's still a learning curve for Silva, hes still got a shed load of shit to deal with ...yes the fundamentals are flawed at the minute ...but everything takes time .

Anybody remember Alex fergusons first year everyone calling for his head ....
Peps first year at city was poor too ...
we need time to get things right .. not saying Silva is anywhere near them but time proves to be a good thing.


It's never going to happen with a new man in every five fucking minutes.
Maybe us older gens just have more patience than the want it all nows ,yes we all hurt when its shit ....we've been here for years without money before.....it's gonna take time and a bit of monkey fucking a football for a while before it comes good .

Keep calm and carry on ....an all that.
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January 27, 2019, 02:31:39 AM
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dekko


In American football they have one main manager, then offensive manager, defensive manager, special teams manages. Could we not just hire a set pieces manager to start with?

January 27, 2019, 02:32:44 AM
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stirlingblue


Sack him for what ....getting reffed out of another game ...come on ffs yes today was shite yes we were poor by all means ...DCL can't hold a ball up to save his life Should've been Tosun from the start....Richarlson was better out wide (were he should stay) and we can all are zonal is hurting us ,but yet again the ref was clueless as to 2 pen shouts for obvious fouls at set pieces ...it shouldn't have got to half time at 1-1 ..then the blatant handles goal....it's still a learning curve for Silva, hes still got a shed load of shit to deal with ...yes the fundamentals are flawed at the minute ...but everything takes time .

Anybody remember Alex fergusons first year everyone calling for his head ....
Peps first year at city was poor too ...
we need time to get things right .. not saying Silva is anywhere near them but time proves to be a good thing.


It's never going to happen with a new man in every five fucking minutes.
Maybe us older gens just have more patience than the want it all nows ,yes we all hurt when its shit ....we've been here for years without money before.....it's gonna take time and a bit of monkey fucking a football for a while before it comes good .

Keep calm and carry on ....an all that.

Ferguson was so long ago that football was basically a different sport.

As for Pep, he was poor by their standards but you could at least see what he was trying to do and you could see progress as the time went on.

Arguably if you assume this team becomes more Silva’s style over time then this team is getting worse as it becomes more Silva’s team

January 27, 2019, 02:33:46 AM
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stirlingblue


Let’s turn this discussion around.

For those who are being so dismissive of criticism, what are you seeing from Silva that is good?

Signings are presumably now Brands decision, so I’m talking on the pitch.

January 27, 2019, 02:33:57 AM
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The lack of balance in the team is shocking. We throw players forward and get caught out time and again
you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows

January 27, 2019, 02:36:15 AM
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Waltzer


In American football they have one main manager, then offensive manager, defensive manager, special teams manages. Could we not just hire a set pieces manager to start with?
Don't watch a great deal of American football, but isn't the main difference they're all individual teams, ie you bring on different players for different actions? Within football it's about having 1 team that perform as a unit, I don't no how it'd work

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January 27, 2019, 02:36:18 AM
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Problem his he’s been questioned and criticised for about 2 months and has done literally nothing to address it.

At what point do you think it’s reasonable to expect him to actually try fixing things?

Also ignoring the fact the owner has publicly questioned the results a few months back.
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January 27, 2019, 02:36:26 AM
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gizzblue


Ferguson was so long ago that football was basically a different sport.

As for Pep, he was poor by their standards but you could at least see what he was trying to do and you could see progress as the time went on.

Arguably if you assume this team becomes more Silva’s style over time then this team is getting worse as it becomes more Silva’s team


But this in reality is exactly my point  how many teams that change managers every five minutes have any success ?.....none in the top six ...Man u have fallen from grace since they started chopping and changing too in reality .... regardless of how much the game has changed it still stands .
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