Marco Silva: Everton boss fighting to save job after Norwich defeat
Everton manager Marco Silva is struggling to save his job by Norwich after Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat.
The reduction increased worries and Silva’s place is defined as discussed involving leading shareholder Farhad Moshiri and directors.
David Moyes, who spent 11 years since Everton boss before joining Manchester United in 2013, was discussed as a potential interim alternative.
The Toffees have lost seven of their 13 league games this season.
Their sixth in their last nine league games, and everton home loss of the campaign, watched them slide into 15th place, while Norwich, who have been bottom of the Premier League at kick-off, moved around 18th.
A variety of fans sang”sacked at the morning” in the end of the match.
Everton face a run over the Upcoming few weeks, using games against Leicester in the league and Carabao Cup quarter-finals, also league matches from Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City.
“It is not the moment to talk about individual places,” Silva, 42, said following the game. “We must look what is ideal for us as a club and for the players too – but always the club needs to be in the very top.
“If you are really disappointed with the afternoon I will imagine they [lovers ] are as well and they have the reaction to the manager and the gamers.
“When you drop a match, the very first man they look to is the supervisor. Soccer is like that.
“The concept is I respect what’s their perception, for sure. It’s not the first time they felt the way that they felt this day.”
Asked if he’d be speaking to Moshiri, the Portuguese added:”It’s possible. We do that. I cannot say for you 100% sure but [it’s ] normally something we do.”
Sam Allardyce was substituted by silva in Goodison Park in May 2018 and has won 25 and lost 22 of the 58 games.
The former Hull City and Watford director was brought in playing with football and was endorsed with almost # 90m of new signings during the summer of 2018.
After spending more than # 100m on players from the summer the Toffees finished eighth season in Silva’s first effort however, they have won just four league games this year.