Doubt he's lost the dressing room, I just don't think he's one of those managers who can rally players (dare I say it, like Klopp) when things are going tits up all around him. He's almost looking like a rabbit caught in the headlights at this moment in time.Surely Silva hasn't lost the dressing room scenario. .going by players bad performance last 6 games
He had the same backroom team with him at Watford.I don’t know if I am remembering correctly but I think Watford is the only team in the prem that hires managers but doesn’t let them choose directly the coaches they work with. That’s the job of their board. I wonder if the coaches Silva has chosen we’re past people he’s worked with and just not up to the standards of the prem.
Players and staff have been exceptionally poor the past 2 months. I think the current squad can pull a top 8 performance out but the staff need to do their jobs to help them there
They had VAR at the ties where a Premiership team was at home. If we had been drawn at home to Millwall then VAR would have been used. Seems ridiculous.
Only Premier league grounds have it as only they are going to use it for League games. It’s being tested in the FA cup for the benefit of Prem teams.
VAR is only at Premier league grounds for the FA cup so if we'd been at home we would've had it. Not exactly fair to all teams is it?
Moyes was 'nowt' in the Championship until we gave him a run. I think there's a lot of guys doing a good job there. Dyche and Howe have been impressive there I coming through the ranks, likewise Hughton.I don’t think there’s been a single worth while British manager since Ferguson retired. Southgate may be something at some point but why give up the national team now?
Thanks for your conciliatory words. No offence meant here but I’m not sure I could see the point of following a football team I’d be afraid to take my kids to. But then Everton for all its faults is still one of the most community orientated teams in the country so perhaps we’re worlds apart.Millwall fan here and i just wanted to say sorry for yesterday. I’m sure some of your fans were not choir boys but in my 35 year experience some of our lot see these fixtures as a way of settling scores or as a chance to hit a team we don’t play often.
I was born into Millwall and still go to games but i never took my kids to the game which probably speaks volumes. I felt ill when i saw that lads face, it’s inexcusable and he’s going to wear that forever.
Wish you the best of luck for the rest of the season and again I’m sorry.