Marco Silva, Everton manager, set to be sacked after Norwich City defeat

Marco Silva, Everton manager, set to be sacked after Norwich City defeat

Marco Silva, manager of Premier League side Everton, is reportedly expected to be sacked at Goodison Park with former boss David Moyes set for a return to the club.

According to the report on UK Sun, Everton chiefs are ready to sack the 42-year-old Portuguese later on Monday, November 25, to end his 18-month reign at the club.

Farshad Moshiri who is the majority shareholder at Everton is said to have stamped the process to fire Marco Silva.

Everton's under 23 coach David Unsworth has been told to take charge of the first team's training pending when an official announcement will be made by the club.

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David Moyes is not a new name at Everton as the Scottish professional coach was at the club for 11 seasons where they played in the Champions League.

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He last worked at West Ham United where he left in 2018 having taken over with the club in the bottom three and finishing 13th.

The 56-year-old has turned down many jobs with the expectation of making a return to the Premier League side.

Meanwhile, Everton are expected to give David Moyes a contract till the end of the season with the mandate of saving the club.

Everton are currently occupying 15th position on the Premier League standings with 14 points after 13 games played.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Alex Iwobi expressed delight as he was fielded as Everton's no.10 against West Ham at Goodison Park.

Marco Silva made wholesale changes in the Toffees squad that defeated the Hammers 2-0 last weekend and Iwobi was played as an attacking midfielder.

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Source: Legit Newspaper

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