The 40-year-old Portuguese Marco Silva is the new coach of Everton. That has the club off Liverpool announced on Thursday.
“I am very proud to be the new coach of Everton,” responds Silva on the club. “I can’t wait for this challenge for the club and myself. I know the very rich history of Everton and knows what the fans expect. I want our supporters proud as they are their team on the field. We need to show that we have ambition to win, I would like that every game.”
Silva made as a coach impression in his homeland at Estoril, which he the title in the Segunda Liga picked it up, and Sporting Lisbon. With that team he won the cup. Afterwards, he went to the Greek Olympiakos, that he will go to the national championship led. A passage at Hull City, that he was not of relegation from the Premier League to be able to save, had less success. Last January had Silva leave Watford, where he has since last summer at the helm.
For Everton follows Silva Sam Allardyce, who earlier this month when the club left. Allardyce was in november appointed as the successor of the Dutchman Ronald Koeman. Also, when circulated in the name of Silva already in Liverpool.