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Next Everton manager odds

Next Everton manager odds

Next Everton manager

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New Everton owner Farhad Moshiri has big ambitions for his new club. To reach his goals, he has allowed Everton manager Ronald Koeman to spend money like the big boys. Ronald Koeman’s transfer dealings have been criticized a lot because of overpaying for most of his transfers. But if the results go his way, the excess spending will not be considered a problem. Judging from the performances till now, it doesn’t look like Everton are progressing. On the contrary they seem worse than they have been last season. So change in the management may be an option, and the managers mentioned below certainly has a shout to be the next man in charge.

Sam Allardyce:

Premier League without Big Sam doesn’t feel the same, and he is sure to return in the near future. And if he comes to Everton it may be a good news for them. Big Sam’s last campaign with Crystal Palace was exceptional, as he managed to transform a relegation threatened side to giant killers. Under his management Everton would be able to put a plug in their leaky defense and Big Sam himself would try his very best to remain with a team which belongs in the top half of the table.

Frank de Boer:

Frank de Boer is the latest manager who has been sacked prematurely. Though his team was performing well below everyone’s expectation, it was not because of Frank’s tactics. It was because Crystal Palace being tactically unable to do what Frank asked them to. As Crystal Palace is not a readymade side for Frank’s possession based philosophy. On the other hand Everton would be match made in heaven for him. As Everton is team whose players have tactical abilities to do what Frank wants. And he will also have a familiar face in Davy Klaassen who used to be the captain of his Ajax side. Moreover Frank has an exceptional record managing some of the biggest clubs in Europe, and Everton should not hesitate to offer him the job just by considering his short stint at Crystal Palace.