Next Everton manager odds
Next Everton manager
Everton FC Next Manager
Everton appointed Ronald Koeman as their manager before the 2016/17 season. His first season at the club was quite well as the club finished 7th on the table that season. But the 2017/18 season started horribly for the manager as Everton kept losing points in the league. Koeman was sacked on October 2017 and was replaced by David Unsworth, who was given the job as a caretaker. He acted as the manager until the end of November and in that time Everton lost five out of eight matches. Everton decided to appoint Sam Allardyce as their manager on an 18-month contract. Sam Allardyce previously stated that he won’t be looking to join another club which seemed like he was retiring from management. Everton was struggling at the bottom half of the table when Allardyce took over but he managed to turn the team around and finish the season at 8th place. But the Everton fans didn’t like the style of play under Sam. He left the club at the end of the season and Everton decided to appoint Marco Silva.
Marco Silva didn’t start the 2018/19 season very well as Everton are at 11th on the table after five gameweeks with only 6 points. Everton is a club with huge expectation so if they decide to sack Marco Silva, the managers who could replace him are:
Current Club: Burnley
Sean Dyche has been the manager of Burnley since 2012. He got the club promoted from the Championship to the Premier League with club-record points in 2012/13 season. But their spell at the top flight remained only one season and they were relegated to the Championship again. He again guided Burnley to the Premier League in 2015/16 season. Burnley finished last season at 7th on the table in the Premier League and their performance was heavily praised. He signed a contract extension in January 2018, so it will be very hard for Everton if they want Sean Dyche to replace Marco Silva.
Current Club: Bournemouth
Eddie Howe has been managing Bournemouth since 2012. Bournemouth was in League One at that time. He took the club to Championship in his first season. He got the club promoted to the Premier League after the 2014/15 season. He has been very loyal to Bournemouth, so if Everton decides to hire a new manager then they will need to persuade Eddie with the right offer.
Previous Club: West Ham United
David Moyes spent the majority of his managerial career at Everton. He did a fantastic job at the club which led him being offered the job at Manchester United after Sir Alex’s retirement. But he couldn’t keep up with pressure and was ultimately sacked from the job. Moyes later managed Real Sociedad, Sunderland, and West Ham United. He is currently not managing any club and Everton could decide to hire him again if they want a new manager.