Sport 'No chance' - Big manager claim dropped on 'passionate' man who wants Everton job
Moshiri could destroy "fearless" £25m Everton gem by hiring "passionate" 49 y/o boss - opinion
Moise Kean may face the exit door if Everton decide to hand the manager's role to Duncan Ferguson.He played 272 times for the Toffees and has managed the club on four occasions, taking interim charge of the club before Carlo Ancelotti was hired.
Paul Robinson has dropped a big Everton manager claim involving Duncan Ferguson.
The Lowdown: Ferguson wants Everton job
As per, Ferguson has turned down a job at Real Madrid alongside Carlo Ancelotti because he wants to become the next permanent boss at Goodison Park.
The 49-year-old thinks that he is ready to make the step up, and hopes that Farhad Moshiri will pick him, as he has also lined up old teammate Lee Carsley as his new number two if he gets the job.
The Latest: Robinson on Ferguson
Speaking to, Robinson, who is now a pundit after building a football career playing in the Premier League and for England at international level, does not think that Ferguson stands a chance of becoming the next coach at the Merseyside club, and claims that they will want to hire a proven manager instead:
'There’s no doubt' - Journalist drops claim on reported Everton manager candidate
Everton journalist Adam Jones has been sharing his thoughts on the possibility of former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo being named as the new permanent head coach at Goodison Park. This comes after Jones made an appearance on a recent episode of the Liverpool Echo’s Royal Blue Podcast where he spoke about a range of […]This comes after Jones made an appearance on a recent episode of the Liverpool Echo’s Royal Blue Podcast where he spoke about a range of topics concerning the Merseyside club.
“I thinks there’s no chance, to be honest.
“They had the opportunity to give it to him before but they chose to go with Ancelotti instead. The direction Everton are going they will want a top-level proven manager to come in.
“Duncan Ferguson is so passionate about the club and I do not think any Everton fans would be disappointed if he was to be appointed but the way the direction the board have taken the club recently I just cannot see them hiring him.
“At the end of the day though, Duncan Ferguson loves that club so much that he would probably rather be on the coaching staff there than at Real Madrid.”
The Verdict: Everton must avoid Ferguson
Even though it would be a sentimental appointment that may go down very well with a lot of the Toffees fanbase, the Blues must avoid hiring Ferguson as their next permanent manager.
Imagine him & DCL: Everton must complete swoop for 30-goal gem who is "crushing it" - opinion
Everton are in the race to sign Argentine forward Joaquin Correa from Lazio this summer.The Colombian was absent for the final two matches of the season with fatigue and then a calf problem, but the situation hasn’t improved and it looks as though he could be set for an extended period of time out.
He has very little managerial experience, only taking charge of a merematches as interim coach right before Ancelotti came in, and so the job is too big for him at this stage in his career – perhaps we could revisit this one further down the line when he has other experience under his belt.
The Blues have been linked with other managers with much more experience and at a higher level, namely, who snatched a Ligue 1 title off the hands of the previously dominant PSG with LOSC Lille.
Given that the new season is still a couple of months away as well, EFC should be in no rush to appoint a new boss, and instead should wait until the right level of quality comes along.
'The only other thing I know about Everton's search' - Insider reveals who Brands is 'keen on' .
Transfer insider Dean Jones has appeared to dismiss any suggestion that Ajax boss Erik ten Hag will become the next manager at Everton. Everton’s summer was slightly disrupted last week when it was announced that Carlo Ancelotti would depart for Real Madrid, leaving owner Farhad Moshiri looking for his sixth permanent manager since he became […]Everton’s summer was slightly disrupted last week when it was announced that Carlo Ancelotti would depart for Real Madrid, leaving owner Farhad Moshiri looking for his sixth permanent manager since he became involved in the club in 2016.