Everton are formally on the seek for a brand new everlasting supervisor after Marco Silva’s sacking on Thursday.
The Portuguese, 42, was relieved of his duties lower than 24 hours after the Toffees’ embarrassing 5-2 defeat at Merseyside rivals Liverpool.
The outcome places Everton within the relegation zone and membership chiefs determined Silva’s race was run.
A press release learn: “Everton Soccer Membership can verify that supervisor Marco Silva has left the membership.
“Majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, chairman Invoice Kenwright and the board of administrators want to thank Marco for his service during the last 18 months and we want him properly for the longer term.
“The membership goals to substantiate a brand new everlasting supervisor as swiftly as attainable.”
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Plenty of names have been linked with the job on a everlasting foundation together with former Everton boss David Moyes, who left Goodison Park for Manchester United in 2013 after eleven years of service.
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Nonetheless, Sky Sports activities Information claims the membership are after Portuguese supervisor Vitor Pereira.
Pereira, 51, is presently accountable for Shanghai SIPG within the Chinese language Tremendous League and is presently in one of many highest paid jobs in world soccer.
He was not too long ago supplied the publish of managing the Chinese language nationwide group and has managed in Turkey with Fenerbahce in addition to in Greece with Olympiakos.
Pereira has additionally had a stint with Porto.
The report additionally states he was thought of by Everton as David Moyes’ substitute earlier than the membership appointed Roberto Martinez.
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