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Next Everton manager odds

Next Everton manager odds

Everton next manager after Marco Silva

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David Moyes2.102.10
Mark Hughes4.504.50
Mikel Arteta10.0010.00
Erik Ten Hag11.0011.00
José Mourinho12.0012.00
Chris Wilder13.0013.00
Rafael Benítez13.0013.00
Eddie Howe17.0017.00
Arsène Wenger21.0021.00
Chris Hughton21.0021.00
Phil Neville21.0021.00
Leonardo Jardim26.0026.00
Marcelo Bielsa26.0026.00
Quique Setién26.0026.00
Alan Pardew34.0034.00
Claude Puel34.0034.00
Dean Smith34.0034.00
Didier Deschamps34.0034.00
Duncan Ferguson34.0034.00
Javi Gracia34.0034.00
Juande Ramos34.0034.00
Laurent Blanc34.0034.00
Nuno Espírito Santo34.0034.00
Pablo Machín34.0034.00
Patrick Vieira34.0034.00
Roberto Martínez34.0034.00
Sam Allardyce34.0034.00
Sean Dyche34.0034.00
Daniel Farke41.0041.00
David Unsworth41.0041.00
Graham Potter51.0051.00
Luciano Spalletti51.0051.00
Luis Enrique51.0051.00
Brendan Rodgers67.0067.00
Gareth Southgate67.0067.00
Harry Redknapp67.0067.00
Massimiliano Allegri67.0067.00
Thierry Henry67.0067.00
Gary Neville101.00101.00
Jamie Carragher101.00101.00
Steven Gerrard101.00101.00
Danny Cadamarteri251.00251.00
Tony Hibbert251.00251.00

Who is Everton manager Marco Silva?

Marco Silva is the current Everton manager after being appointed in May 2018. Silva was born in Lisbon, Portugal on 12 July 1977 and is 42 years of age. Marco Silva previously played professional football for clubs in Portugal such as Belenenses, Atletico, Rio Ave, Braga B and Estoril.

Silva was appointed by Estoril in 2011 as their new permanent manager. In his 3 year stay at the club, Silva manager to win the Portuguese second division and therefore gain promotion to the Portuguese top flight. In 2014, Marco Silva joined Sporting CP as he replaced Leonardo Jardim who left to join AS Monaco. In his lone season at the club, Silva won the Taça de Portugal but was sacked due to the fact that he failed to wear a suit in the official trophy presentation.

The following season, Silva joined Olympiacos where he won the Greek Cup and the Greek League as well as beating Arsenal 3-2 in the UEFA Champions League group stages. However, he left in June 2016 due to personal reasons before joining Hull City just 6 months later. Silva stayed at Hull City for 3 months and resigned after the side was relegated from the Premier League.

Silva was appointed Watford manager in May 2017 and performed well until he was scouted by Everton to become their head coach. The fans blamed the poor form of the team from December onwards on the manager and due to the fact that he was approached by Everton. Watford sacked Silva in January 2018 as the club was dangerously close to the relegation zone and Everton’s advancements on Silva were to blame.

In May 2018, Marco Silva was appointed as Everton manager after controversially parting ways with his previous club Watford. Eventually, Everton paid Watford £4m in compensation due to Watford’s attempts to sue the Merseyside club. In his first season at the club, Silva took Everton to an 8th placed finish along with a fourth-round and a third-round appearance in both the FA Cup and the League Cup respectively. This season, Silva will set his sights higher as he looks to build on his already-impressive squad. He’s already acquired the services of Andre Gomes and Fabian Delph for a combined fee of £30m and will look to buy more players before the window closes.


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