We have had 4 permanent and 2 interim managers since moyes left.We've had 3 managers since Moyes and not once did we go for any of that type of manager. Even though we pay handsomely (usual in the top 15 best paid in world football) and give relative control of everything football related.
Yet... nothing. No approaches, no usual jarg linked rumours.
So it's one of two things. We didn't bother to get those managers. Or none of them are keen to manage us.
Just because a fan cant name a shortlist of managers doesnt make his point any less valid.Pochettino was a gamble when he came to the Prem League.
But surely you can name a few managers with your required level of experience? Otherwise you are just shouting sack and get a top manager as if it's as easy as that, with no risks or repercussions.
Just a few names HK
Ok. Thank you.I will fail into your trap. If you want to complete with top 6 (win the league eventually) you need to employ the best possible manager out there.
Conte, Mourinho, Mancini, Wenger.
I will even take Van Gaal and Benitez (if he is not a RS) over Silva.
I would rather have Moyes back if there is no choice (not a winner obviously but his time at Everton spoke for himself).
I ask you what pal if you want Everton to complete with the best what makes you think a 3rd rate manager can do it?
Martinez/ Koeman/ Unsworth/ Big Scam/ SIlva, and I give up google help me out with who was in charge when Martinez got the boot (I suspect Joe) - wikipedia says it was Unsworth for one game. I think that was a trick question!We have had 4 permanent and 2 interim managers since moyes left.
I didn't say his point wasnt valid, I have continued the discussion with him thank you. Enough with your constant straw man arguments.Just because a fan cant name a shortlist of managers doesnt make his point any less valid.
Thats like saying we should persist with Tosun as Centre Forward next season because I cant name any potential replacement signings.
Myself personally I would go for:
Sampaoli (left field)
Plenty of managers out there outside of the elite who we could attract who would do a better job than the current clown we have.
Problem is Moshiri doesnt look further past the 7-10th bracket in the PL for his choice of manager.
Lets hope Brands does when he punts this proven failure.
I'd love to have the confidence that we'll finish 11th this seasonI didn't say his point wasnt valid, I have continued the discussion with him thank you. Enough with your constant straw man arguments.
I've covered Mancini and Van Gaal in the last post, but say we get any of the others and they finish 11th next season? What's the plan then?
Assisting Unsy officially for the game against Norwich. My hazy brain remembers it vaguely. Why he didn't assist when Unsy took the reigns after Koeman is now a question I would ask with the benefit of hindsight - it would have removed that incident when he came down to help Unsworth out as he would have been there already.
I get wanting a young manager with fresh ideas, someone able to do the job in many years to come insted of an older ‘stop gap’ manager.Some fans do have discrimination on aging (50s up) manager. I don’t understand why the manager has to be a younger one. Is that matter if one old manager can win games?
Eddie Howe has got the new Moyes feeling about him but I just wouldn't fancy him at all.I get wanting a young manager with fresh ideas, someone able to do the job in many years to come insted of an older ‘stop gap’ manager.
I think having an older, more experienced manager whos ‘been there before’ and knows how to get out of a slump is worth a lot more to Everton at this moment in time, than the possibility of a newer, better Moyes coming along. Not saying we should sack Silva yet, but if/when he goes, Id like us to get someone with real experience with a team like Everton, Not another young gamble.
I dont want BFS back, but at least he got them playing how he wanted them to play. Boring, but it got the job done, and the players seemed to respect him more than some of our other recent managers.