Three reasons Marco Silva wouldn’t be a good appointment for Southampton
According to reports in The Independent last week, Southampton are said to be considering Hull City boss Marco Silva as a potential replacement for under-pressure manager Claude Puel.
The Frenchman has come under scrutiny from Saints supporters despite taking the club to the EFL Cup final and potentially a top half finish in his first season in the Premier League.
His style of play hasn’t pleased them at times with the club scoring just 17 goals in 17 Premier League home matches this season, and they believe that he has been too negative on occasions.
Rumours suggest that they are lining up a move for Silva, who was the helm with Sporting Lisbon and Olympiacos before joining the Tigers in January, but some are unsure whether he would be the answer to the south coast outfit’s problems.
Here are three reasons why Silva wouldn’t be a good appointment for Southampton…