Web Analytics Made Easy - Statcounter

This news has been received from: the-sun.com

All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.

mail: [NewsMag]

SAM ALLARDYCE has revealed he has not been approached for the vacant Everton job.

The struggling Toffees sacked Frank Lampard on Monday following a 2-0 defeat at West Ham.

2Sam Allardyce has already had one spell with EvertonCredit: Getty

Former Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa and ex-Burnley boss Sean Dyche have both been linked with the position.

While shock rumours emerged that Allardyce was also in contention.

The 68-year-old previously spent six months in charge of Everton after being appointed boss in November 2017.

Allardyce took over with Everton 13th in the Premier League, and guided the club to an eighth-place finish before leaving at the end of the 2017-18 season.

But the former England manager has confirmed he has not had an approach from the Toffees, who have reportedly been put up for sale by owner Farhad Moshiri.

He told William Hill and Footy Accumulators: "If I was going to Everton, they’d have already rang me.

"I have a lot of respect for Farhad Moshiri and the money he has found for Everton.

"Obviously, they haven’t invested like Newcastle. They have invested in players that haven’t delivered under two different managers.

Most read in FootballIS JOSIE OKAY? Josie Duggar sparks concern as she's spotted with medical deviceBATTLESHIPS Russian warship with ‘unstoppable' hypersonic missiles 'sails towards US'X-FILES Incredible US spy plane photo shows metallic orb UFO in classified Pentagon imageSTEPMOM DUTY Kanye takes daughter North, 9, & 'wife' Bianca Censori to dinner in new photos

FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS - BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS

2Everton host league leaders Arsenal in their next game

"I only bought two when I was there, and I am still proud of my achievement because it was the best of any recent manager.

"They need someone to go over there that can get the team functioning correctly straight away."

Allardyce went on to say that the "right manager" can save the Toffees from relegation.

Everton are currently 19th in the Prem, having won just three league games all season, with fuming fans protesting against the board.

But Allardyce reckons there is enough talent in the squad to avoid the drop again, having done so narrowly last season.

He added: "The right manager can save them, but he will have to shut out all of the surroundings, get their players to put their headphones on and block out the white noise.

"It’s impossible to do it completely with all the media, but they need to focus the first-team players.

Read More on The US SunDRAWING A LINE Lawmaker calls for Walmart to limit self-checkout as she slams storesJUST LIKE THE GOAT Brock Purdy is just like Brady, Brent Jones says as he predicts future

"They will have a real battle to get the problems out and keep Everton up, but it can be done with that squad because they are good enough.

"I believe they are good enough."

Topics
  • Football
  • Premier League
  • Everton
  • Frank Lampard
  • Sam Allardyce
YOU MIGHT LIKERECOMMENDED FOR YOUMORE FOR YOUMore from The SunWILD CLAIMS

Hamlin breaks silence amid crazy 'clone' conspiracy about his Bills appearance

'KEEP IT ON THE FIELD'

Bills star fires back at Apple for apparent 'disrespect' to Hamlin

MLB SHOCK

Clevinger 'under investigation by MLB after accusations of domestic violence'

BreakingFOOTBALL ARREST

49ers star arrested on domestic violence allegation days before title game

Follow The SunServices
  • Sign Up To The Sun
  • About Us
  • Editorial Complaints
  • Clarifications and Corrections
  • News Licensing
  • Advertising
  • Contact Us
  • Help Hub
  • Topic A-Z
  • Cookie Settings
  • Contact Preferences

© 2020 THE SUN, US, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED | TERMS OF USE | PRIVACY | YOUR AD CHOICES | SITEMAP

News Source: the-sun.com

Tags: football premier league domestic violence sam allardyce breaks silence premier league frank lampard right manager with everton can save the toffees

Next News:

Other News