Marco Silva: Everton manager ‘understands rumours’ about his future
Everton manager Marco Silva says that he”understands the rumours” about his potential but believes he’s the right person to turn into the club’s fortunes around.
Silva’s place is under pressure after a 2-0 home defeat by Norwich left them 16th in the Premier League.
“It’s something I cannot command,” said Silva, who fulfilled significant customer Farhad Moshiri and director of soccer Marcel Brands after the Norwich game.
“But our our connection is actually good.”
It is known the place of the Portuguese was discussed during that meeting.
“I spoke together Saturday, I talked with them Sunday, I talked with them Monday, it is normally something we do often,” Silva told Football Focus (Saturday, One and online, 12:00 GMT).
“We all we want exactly the same, we all need the very best for our team, and you are together in this fight of course.
“I understand all the rumours even though I don’t know all of them. I really don’t have reasons to not be convinced in my work.”
Moshiri and Brands are keen to maintain stability if results do not improve, however Mark Hughes and David Moyes have been discussed as potential options.
The defeat with Norwich abandoned the Toffees four points.
“What we’re doing every single day is our highest, 100% maximum, to reach what we want,” added that the 42-year-old Silva.
“Of course, the second is not the most effective when you visit the table. You have to be realistic… however we’re convinced we can change things.
“I’m always a positive supervisor, even in the hard moments.”
Many Everton fans seemed to join their Norwich counterparts at a chorus of”you are getting sacked in the morning” after the match at Goodison Park.
“I was the first one really frustrated with the sport, very disappointed. Obviously we must understand the fans’ frustration and the way they were frustrated,” he said.
“Their support is actually critical for people but should they feel that they don’t like what they’re seeing naturally some respond in one way. But you are here in order to respect and to attempt to get the best out of ourselves to give them good feelings at the finish.”
Everton face a tough run of games, starting with a trip to Leicester City before they take before Christmas.
Watford director and the Hull City has asked fans to back the team.
“We can attain the end result we want in a tough match against a really good team such as Leicester but it’s important even though [the fans] are not happy they maintain the assurance, they keep encouraging our gamers, because only in this way, all together, it is possible to achieve great outcomes and will give us the confidence again.
“We come from a good run of results prior to the Norwich game, this is actually the truth.
“That was a bad day for people, maybe not a fantastic performance whatsoever. We analysethe players know also what we did in the ideal way and we anticipate a strong reaction in another match.”