Everton set to axe Sam Allardyce and snap up Marco Silva

Everton set to axe Sam Allardyce and snap up Marco Silva

Everton set to axe Sam Allardyce and snap up Marco Silva

Sam Allardyce is set to be sacked by Everton within the next 48 hours, with a meeting scheduled between him and Everton's major shareholder Farhad Moshiri tomorrow.

"All the rumours, gossip and miscalculating stories that the media are writing about what's happening between me and Wayne are absolute rubbish", Allardyce told the BBC after the 3-1 defeat.

"At the end of the day, all I can say is I've done what I came in to do, and the players have achieved more than what was expected from them, so the credit goes to them".

That threat of supporter action - and ugly scenes at the London Stadium last weekend when Everton fans were seen fighting amongst themselves on the terraces with the manager said to be the catalyst - has persuaded Moshiri to act.

Everton were 13th in the Premier League table when Sam Allardyce was made the permanent successor to Ronald Koeman last November.

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It is alleged that Silva was "tapped up" by Everton while at Watford, leading to him becoming distracted and the club suffering a poor run of form and results.

Former Watford boss Marco Silva and and Shakhtar Donetsk boss Paulo Fonseca are the bookies favourites to replace Allardyce, wither veteran Dutch tactician Louis van Gaal also listed as a contender after his spell at Manchester United ended in May 2016.

"The club is convinced.had it not been for the unwarranted approach by a Premier League rival for his services we would have continued to prosper under his leadership", the statement read.

Chants demanding Allardyce's dismissal have grown in ferocity for weeks, creating an undignified spectacle at Everton's games.

One man who knew how to win the Everton fans over was David Moyes, who enjoyed 11 years as the manager at Goodison Park.

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