Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Ex-EPL chairman warns Marco Silva against Everton move

Ex-EPL chairman warns Marco Silva against Everton move

The Daily Mail claims that Silva, 40, does want talks with the Toffees after officials of the Merseyside club made contact with the Hornets on Monday morning.

Sean Dyche, manager of Burnley, looks on prior to the Premier League match against Southampton.

The managerial hotseat is up for grabs at Goodison Park, after Ronald Koeman was sacked by the Toffees last month.

The Portuguese nearly pulled off a miracle by keeping Hull in the Premier League last season before switching to Watford, where he has also started well. The impeccably dressed Portuguese coach, previously of Hull, has enjoyed a bright start to life at the club, with whom he has led to 9th spot after 11 games.

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The former Olympiacos and Sporting Lisbon boss is close friends with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho and has ambitions of following his pal to the top.

Everton themselves feel they can clinch that with an offer that would double his wages and promise ample scope to do business in the January window - especially as the club needs a striker - although no concrete discussions have yet taken place, since Watford are now completely unwilling to let their manager go.

And now, the news has gone from bad to worse, with Sky Sports reporting that both Marco Silva and Sam Allardyce - the two prime candidates - will not take the job; albeit for different reasons.

Having lost to Leicester in his first league game in temporary control of the team, Unsworth led Everton to a 3-2 victory over (incidentally) Marco Silva's Watford before the worldwide break.

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