The 2020/21 Premier League fixture list has been released, with the season kicking off on September 12th. As with the...
After last night’s heavy defeat in the Merseyside derby, Marco Silva’s future at Everton looks increasingly perilous. Even without considering Liverpool’s dominance of the Premier League this season, and their long unbeaten streak at Anfield, coupled with Everton’s woeful underperformance of late, the chances of Silva coming away with three points last night were slim - Everton haven’t won at Anfield this Millennium.
Replacing a manager at this point in the season is a gamble, unless your club has the stature to attract the biggest names in the game. Tottenham fans should feel reassured by the fact that José Mourinho was there to take over from the much-admired Mauricio Pochettino, but for a club like Everton the most likely replacement for their current manager is the far less glamorous option of David Moyes, who for all his strengths doesn’t have the star quality of Mourinho.
But would Moyes be the right option to steady the ship until the end of the season, and steer the club out of the choppy waters of the bottom 3 and towards safety? Quite possibly. He did that job for West Ham a couple of years ago, and obviously knows the structure of Everton from his lengthy spell there. As a permanent replacement for Silva, Moyes would struggle to get the support of the passionate Everton fanbase, but as a safe pair of hands to pick the squad up and retain their Premier League status maybe he would be the correct choice.
Chelsea, Leicester and Burnley are all visiting Goodison in the next few weeks - if you want to take your place at the ground and potentially welcome a new manager to the club give us a call on 01454 201210 or visit www.circuithospitality.com
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