Everton sack Sam Allardyce as manager

Everton sack Sam Allardyce as manager

Allardyce stabilised the club and helped them finish the campaign in a respectable eighth position.

Ahead of the meeting, Allardyce has hit out at a lack of "decency" after Everton pushed ahead with boardroom changes by appointing Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale to replace Robert Elstone as CEO with Dr Keith Harris becoming deputy chairman without his knowledge.

Well, reports suggest that the former Hull City and Watford boss Marco Silva could be set to fill his shoes.

The 63-year-old took over from Ronald Koeman after the Toffeess were rooted to 13th on the Premier League table.

The club is said to have contacted both Marcos Silva and Shaktar Donetsk manager Paulo Fonseca to replace Allardyce.

He took over after a poor start to the season under Dutchman Koeman left the club in the relegation zone with two wins from nine matches.

Former Liverpool midfielder David Thompson believes Sam Allardyce was a victim of Everton's bloated expectations and did a better job than he is being given credit for.

However, he was booed by fans following his side's 2-1 defeat at Burnley in March, and was again criticised after their draw with Swansea six weeks later.

The former England manager said in April that he had spoken with Moshiri and that he would remain at the club next season.

Big money transfers always do make the headlines, and as such let me enlighten you on those big money transfer deals that did cost Everton a small fortune recently, but also let you know just which other players they transferred in and out along with players that went out on loan too.

England's all-time top scorer had reportedly agreed terms on a £12.5 million move to DC United in Major League Soccer last week.

As part of the questionnaire, supporters were asked whether they agree with the statement: "I have a high level of trust in the current manager and coaching staff at Everton e.g.in making the right decisions to get the best out of the team".

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