-Ad-

BREAKING: Everton Manager Marco Silva Sacked

Everton have finally run out of patience with coach Marco Silva following a humiliating defeat to archrivals, Liverpool Wednesday night. Silva now officially sacked.

Silva, who joined the club in May 2018, was sacked after a run of form which has seen the Toffees win just once in their last six Premier League games.

The loss on Wednesday saw Everton drop into the relegation zone and that was clearly the final straw for the board at Goodison Park who have decided to dispense of Silva’s services heading into the busy festive period.

Everton have won just four of their 15 Premier League matches this season, losing nine, but the manner in which they were torn apart by their neighbours on Wednesday suggested Silva’s reign was beyond repair.

Marcel Brands, the Director of Football, and Alexander Ryazantsev, the Chief Financial Officer, were angrily gesticulating in the Directors’ Box at Anfield while fans left early as they watched Everton fall to another defeat across Stanley Park.

Silva has followed former Everton manager Ronald Koeman, who was sacked after a 5-2 defeat to Arsenal in October 2017, out the door after an embarrassing loss.

Today’s decision by the club finally puts Silva out of his misery following weeks of intense speculation about his future.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More like this

Chelsea and Mauricio Pochettino Part Ways After Single Season

Chelsea and Mauricio Pochettino Part Ways After Single Season

The Chelsea merry-go-round continues! Mauricio Pochettino has become the latest victim of the Blues' revolving door policy,...
ARTETA

Arsenal looking to sign a striker before start of...

Arsenal is looking to sign a top striker before their preseason tour and they already have two...
Kyle Walker reveals newborn baby to the world during Man City on-field celebration

Kyle Walker reveals newborn baby to the world during...

Manchester City defender Kyle Walker has revealed his newborn child during an on-field team celebration.Walker helped Man...