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Sport Everton owner Farhad Moshiri heads to Liverpool with manager Marco Silva facing the axe and David Moyes ready to replace him

16:25  05 december  2019
16:25  05 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Everton ponder change for Moyes or Howe

  Everton ponder change for Moyes or Howe Everton are considering replacing manager Marco Silva before Sunday's clash with Leicester - and David Moyes is a strong contender.Defeat at home to the Premier League's bottom side Norwich on Saturday was seen as a new low for the beleaguered Silva, and it has heaped further pressure on the Portuguese.

Everton boss Marco Silva is facing the sack after Wednesday night’s Merseyside Derby defeat to Moshiri has ambitions of Everton competing with the Premier League’s big boys again and might Everton next manager : Carlo Ancelotti could replace Marco Silva at Goodison Park (Image: GETTY).

Marco Silva is set to lose his job as Everton manager following Wednesday night's Merseyside Derby defeat to Liverpool at Anfield. Silva is apparently expecting to be sacked as early as Thursday morning, with a whole host of managers already tipped to replace him in the dugout at Goodison Park.

Farhad Moshiri © Ian MacNicol/Getty Images Farhad Moshiri

Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is heading to Liverpool to sack beleaguered Toffees manager Marco Silva.

A resounding 5-2 defeat by Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday night saw Everton drop into the relegation zone of the Premier League and it has prompted Moshiri to act.

David Moyes is ready to make an incredible return to Everton and replace Silva as manager. 

Marco Silva wearing a black shirt: Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is heading to Liverpool to sack Toffees manager Marco Silva © Provided by Daily Mail Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is heading to Liverpool to sack Toffees manager Marco Silva Bill Kenwright et al. standing next to a person in a suit and tie: Everton owner Farhad Moshiri (left) has decided to act after a heavy defeat by rivals Liverpool © Provided by Daily Mail Everton owner Farhad Moshiri (left) has decided to act after a heavy defeat by rivals Liverpool

Silva has faced relentless questions about his future during the past month but, for the fifth consecutive press conference, he responded with the same answer when asked whether he could continue.

Marco Silva set to take charge of Everton for Sunday's game at Leicester after 'being given dreaded vote of confidence' by Everton owner Farhad Moshiri following talks over his future

  Marco Silva set to take charge of Everton for Sunday's game at Leicester after 'being given dreaded vote of confidence' by Everton owner Farhad Moshiri following talks over his future Marco Silva is set to take charge of Everton for Sunday's game at Leicester despite the Toffees sitting just four points above relegation. Silva took charge of training on Tuesday. They believe that Silva is on a 'tightrope' and that the result against Leicester will be decisive in determining his future.Portuguese newspaper O Jogo have stated that Silva met club officials following the loss to Norwich and Silva was given a 'vote of confidence' for the upcoming games.

Marco Silva is on the brink of the sack as Everton manager following a comprehensive derby defeat by Liverpool , with David Moyes lined up for a It could prove to be Silva ’s final game as Everton manager , with Moyes favourite to replace the beleaguered Portuguese coach and Tim Cahill being

David Moyes is ready and waiting to replace Marco Silva as Everton manager . Pressure increased on Silva after a devastating 5-2 Merseyside Marcel Brands, Everton 's Director of Football, was deep in conversation with Alexander Ryazantsev, major shareholder Farhad Moshiri 's right hand man, and

'I am not the right person to talk to you about the situation,' said Silva. 'I cannot answer to you. Since I joined the club and until the last day I am here I will always be 100 percent professional, giving my best every single day.

'I understand why the questions are coming. If we are winning all the games, you are not asking them. It is not for me to take those situations. I don't like to talk after every single match about my future.

Watch: Silva quizzed on Everton future (Liverpool Echo)

'They deserved the three points, no doubt and we were not good enough. The way we started the game, the way we conceded the goal, the five goals and the more chances they had.

Howe: My future is at Bournemouth

  Howe: My future is at Bournemouth Eddie Howe insists he is "not distracted" by rumours about a possible move away from Bournemouth, amid links with Everton and West Ham.Marco Silva is under pressure at Goodison Park with Everton 15th in the table and having only managed two wins in their last nine games.

MARCO SILVA will become the next manager to pay for the one thing that Farhad Moshiri lacks - leadership. By then Kenwright believed he had former boss David Moyes lined up to return. But Moshiri dithered, Silva was still in charge of what turned into a cruel VAR defeat at Leicester City and

Marco Silva finds himself under even more pressure after the defeat to Liverpool in the Merseyside derby Marco Silva saw his Everton side thumped 5-2 in the Merseyside derby. The Toffees have failed to beat "I want to express my thanks to Farhad [ Moshiri ], to the Chairman, to the "I'm sure with everybody working together I will be ready for this challenge." Silva led the club to a respectable

'Part of the moments, part of the third goal, after the offensive corner for us. Always they arrive quicker than us. The way we concede the goal was not good enough. We should do better, be more brave and win some challenges.'

a man standing in front of a crowd: Silva refused to be drawn on his future in the aftermath of Everton's loss to Liverpool © Provided by Daily Mail Silva refused to be drawn on his future in the aftermath of Everton's loss to Liverpool David Moyes wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: David Moyes is ready to return to Everton if the club make the decision to sack Marco Silva © Provided by Daily Mail David Moyes is ready to return to Everton if the club make the decision to sack Marco Silva

It will be a baptism of fire for Moyes if he does complete a return to Everton.

They host Chelsea in Saturday's early Premier League kick-off before heading to his former club Manchester United the following weekend.

They then host second-place Leicester in the Carabao Cup quarter-final before Arsenal head to Goodison three days later.

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Thanks for everything, teacher – Richarlison bids farewell to Silva

  Thanks for everything, teacher – Richarlison bids farewell to Silva Richarlison has vowed to never forget what Marco Silva did for him after the Everton manager was relieved of his duties.After a humiliating 5-2 defeat to Merseyside rivals and Premier League leaders Liverpool left Everton in the bottom three, Silva was relieved of his duties, bringing an end to an 18-month stint in charge.

What is Everton ’s true status today? Have they become the homely good guys to Liverpool ’s global evil empire? Farhad Moshiri wiped out the debt when he became owner and the Monaco-based David Moyes would be a retrograde step and surely even Bill Kenwright would struggle to justify the

Marco Silva is on the brink at Everton after Wednesday's 5-2 derby defeat to Liverpool with former manager David Moyes ready to make a Goodison Park return. Various names have been discussed by the Everton board for a number of weeks as candidates to replace Silva , who arrived

Everton dropped to 18th in the Premier League after Wednesday's loss to their Merseyside rivals. They have 14 points from 15 games and are one point behind Southampton, who occupy 17th.

Moyes is ready to start work immediately and could bring popular former player Tim Cahill back as part of his coaching staff, had a successful 11-year stint in charge at Goodison Park from March 2002 to May 2013. 

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Duncan Ferguson to remain as Everton caretaker boss for trip to Manchester United .
Duncan Ferguson will remain as Everton caretaker manager for Sunday's match at Old Trafford against Manchester United. In a statement released on Wednesday, Everton said: 'Duncan Ferguson will remain as Everton caretaker manager for Sunday’s Premier League visit to Manchester United. © Provided by Daily Mail   'Former striker Ferguson was in charge as the Blues secured a 3-1 victory over Chelsea at Goodison on Saturday.'Ferguson will again be assisted by coaches John Ebbrell and Francis Jeffers and goalkeeper coach Alan Kelly.

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