There are no two ways about it – Everton have been absolutely abysmal in the Premier League this season.
The Toffees have won just three times in the top flight so far, drawing once and losing a further six. They currently find themselves languishing in the lower half of the table, having suffered their latest defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion at the weekend, and are teasing a surprise relegation battle if they don’t pick themselves up in the coming weeks.
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Despite this all, the man who was employed to steer them clear of a very similar situation when he took over from Ronald Koeman in November 2017, Sam Allardyce, believes that club should think twice about sacking manager Marco Silva on the basis that they’ll be sacrificing the stability needed to bring success to Goodison Park. That is, to emulate the David Moyes years (a bygone era as far as we’re concerned).
Check out what Allardyce has told talkSPORT below…
“Who do you get if Silva goes!?”
“When I got the job I thought I’d keep it for a long period of time.”
“If you don’t get stability it will be very difficult to bring success to Everton no matter how much you spend.”
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) October 29, 2019