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DATE: 27.10.2017 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2017-18
Everton are at the
moment without a manager and David Unsworth is in caretaker charge,
but who are likely to take over
Must admit that seeing Ronald Koeman sacked was a bit of a surprise,
but as so many men before him he went into the trap which so many
does when losing their best player, they buy a lot of players,
without targeting the one to replace the one leaving.
Romelu Lukaku was never replaced and Koeman, in lack of getting the
right man in, went for a number of signings that was not needed. The
slide would proably stopped because this Everton squad is full of
quality and out of the group some will step up.
The January window would also an option for a new manager, but who
will be the man to replace Ronald Koeman. Claude Puel was one listed,
but he jumped at a chance to be the new manager at Leicester City.
David Moyes has been mentioned with a possible return, and he is out
of work, so he is an obvious candidate. But since Moyes left Everton
he has left three other jobs without impressing anyone.
Relegation with Sunderland, flat tires at Real Sociedad and the
worst job in football at Manchester United. To replace Sir Alex
Ferguson was something few would have managed, but again, Moyes
should have done things differenlty and started his changes to fast.
Rafael Benitez is one linked, but he is probably more interested in
finding out what will happen at Newcastle with a major takeover that
could see The Magpies flying high in the transfer markets and
getting the best players available.
Brendan Rodgers is of course one to consider. The Celtic manager
could be tempted to move back to Premier League action. Watford
manager Marco Silva is one hot man at the moment and could also see
his name on the list of candidates.
Ryan Giggs has expressed a desire to get into management, but hardly
in the line here, despite saying he is interested. Zenit manager
Roberto Mancini could look at Everton as a challenge, but to move
away from Zenit so early could be a difficult decission.
Then you have the bookmakers favourites, Thomas Tuchel, Carlo
Ancelotti and Sean Dyche. Tuchel is a gamble, Ancelotti would
probably look at Everton as a step down with Sean Dyche a solid
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