Most of the sports pages are dedicating coverage to Everton’s search for a new manager.
The Merseyside outfit parted ways with Ronald Koeman on Monday afternoon, strengthening the opinion that football is a results business.
The Dutchman had only been in charge since last year and was trusted with a big transfer kitty in the summer, but after winning just two of the club’s Premier League games this season, the axe has fallen.
At the moment, Under-23s coach David Unsworth will take temporary charge of the first team, but while addressing the media in a press conference today, the 44-year-old admitted that he wants the job full-time.
Numerous names have been linked to the position, but there is a surprise one that has been put forward by former Everton striker Kevin Campbell.
Without having any inside knowledge, the ex-Arsenal player chose a coach who he would want to take the hotseat at Goodison Park.
While replying to a fan on Twitter, Campbell said that Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino would be a strong option.
Pochettino would do nicely
— Kevin Campbell (@1kevincampbell) October 23, 2017
Given that the Argentine is flying high with Spurs, it is wishful thinking on Campbell’s part.