After Marcel Brands as technical manager has Everton now also have a new trainer. Marco Silva is the successor to Sam Allardyce at the end of the last season has been put aside. Before was the 40-year-old Portuguese at the helm at Watford and Hull City.
Marco Silva here along the touchline at Watford
Already at the end of last year, tried Everton Silva to win, but the attempt foundered because his former employer Watford transverse lag. There was Silva, then in January dismissed.
“We have a trainer in-house that are offensive and attractive football and wants to play,” said Brands, who Thursday officially said goodbye to PSV. “He only, moreover, in the policy that the club has in mind. I think Everton and Silva is a perfect combination.”
Everton has long been the ambition to compete for placement for the Champions League. Under Ronald Koeman, who last year was fired, started The Caramels the season poorly.
Allardyce took over, did it quite a bit, but still remained Everton 26 points behind the fourth place (good for a Champions League-ticket) from Liverpool.
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