Ex-Everton striker wants manager that can ‘steady the ship’

Everton fans and former players alike have been speculating about who could become the club’s new manager.

As it stands, David Unsworth is in charge, but the 44-year-old was only handed the reins on a temporary basis when Ronald Koeman was sacked.

It has been over a month since the Dutchman packed his bags, yet the club still remain without a permanent boss.

Sam Allardyce was an early contender, but he ruled himself out of the running, while another English coach Sean Dyche, who currently coaches Burnley, has also been touted as a potential candidate.

Watford manager Marco Silva can also be added to that list, while former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur boss Andre Villas-Boas has been linked to the position as well.

Kevin Campbell, who played for the Toffees between 1999 and 2005, is desperate for a manager who can bring stability to the club.

The Merseyside outfit sit just two points above the relegation zone and they lost their last two games in all competitions by 5-1 and 4-1 scorelines.

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