Marcel Brands will see the appointment of a new manager as a first priority, at the beginning of his activities as a director at Everton and is looking for someone who fits the new direction that the Premier League club are to sail.
The 56-year-old Dutchman, who PSV last week after eight years exchanged for a contract in Liverpool, it needs to find a successor to Sam Allardyce. Everton took recently after not even half a year leave of the Englishman.
“The priority in my first month to the team in order to have for the start of the Premier League season. People want to purchase, but there’s a lot to be done. To begin with a new trainer,” says Brands, in an interview on the website of Everton.
“It is important that we choose someone who wants to work according to the new philosophy and the strategy in which a director of football to work. It is important that he is a modern coach that thinks long-term.”
With the dismissal of Allardyce reported to vice-president Denise Barrett-Baxendale last week that Everton is a new way in stores. “We have decided that we can next summer as part of our long-range plan, a new manager will appoint,” she said.
According to Brands should be the new Everton manager on various criteria. “Both his philosophy and the way he wants to play is important. In addition, it should be someone who is with young players want to work,” says the director.
“I have had several matches of Everton seen it, and know that a number of players rented out. Before we make decisions about those players, it is important that the new coach can be involved is, as he should be with them to go to work.”
Allardyce was at the end of november at Goodison Park was appointed as the successor of the fired Ronald Koeman. Everton, where the Dutch, Maarten Stekelenburg and Davy Klaassen this season, a role played, was at that time, thirteenth in the Premier League. The club finished eighth.
Brands had a successful period as technical manager at PSV. The club won three league titles (2015, 2016 and 2018), KNVB cup (2012) and it was in the season 2015/2016 wintered in the Champions League.
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