Everton coach Ferguson defends dramatic change as Kean
December 16, 2019 08:23
Recent updated: 3 hours ago
Updated: 3 hours ago
The Interim manager Duncan Ferguson of Everton stresses the fact that he doesn’t have an issue with the striker Moise Kean, after his very short-subbing from the last Sunday in the away game against Manchester United (1-1).
Kean came out for twenty minutes prior to the time when a 0 to 1-ahead of Everton in the field, in front of Bernard. For more than ten minutes of the second half of the hawthorn suites by wyndham Greenwood decided that Ferguson, the Italian striker who is not injured, it was, once again, to make the swap.
“It wasn’t because of the play of Kean. I just wanted to get someone to change in order to have some time to tackle,” said Ferguson of his choice in a interview with Sky Sports. “I’ve got a lot of strikers on the bench. Therefore, I decided I wanted Kean out.”