Sport Report: David Maddock claims Everton could team Rooney up with Rangnick-esque appointment
Ronaldo: Man Utd interim boss Rangnick needs time to implement ideas
The Red Devils have yet to find their best form under the GermanRangnick took over after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked in November, and will lead United through the end of the season before moving into a consultant role.
Everton may team Wayne Rooney up with an interim manager, according to‘s David Maddock.
The 36-year-old is currently in charge at Derby County, who have been hit a combined 21-point deduction after entering administration and admitting breaches of accounting rules (via).
The Englishman began his playing career at Goodison Park, scoringbefore joining Manchester United in a deal in 2004. He then for a single season in 2017 after his Old Trafford career came to an end.
Leading contenders to become new Everton manager named with Rafael Benitez ‘sacked’
The early names in the frame to take the managerial job at Goodison Park have emerged after Everton reportedly sacked Rafael Benitez.Benitez was always likely to find the going tough at Everton given his prior Liverpool connection. His appointment was met with discontent among the Goodison faithful, though a bright start to the season did offer a ray of hope.
According to, Rooney is on Everton’s list of managerial options, but his limited experience is a concern given the Toffees’ predicament in terms of sitting just above the Premier League relegation zone.
They’ve been looking at potential interim candidates, ‘pursuing a similar idea to Manchester United’, who have given Ralf Rangnick the reins until the end of the season. There is a possibility that Rooney could work ‘alongside an interim with an appropriate CV’.
Rooney has done a commendable job in hugely difficult circumstances at Derby, hauling them off the foot of the Championship table earlier this month., they’d actually be knocking on the door of the top half.
Wayne Rooney’s stance on leaving Derby County if Everton come calling emerges
Everton have sacked their Head Coach Rafa Benitez after a poor run of form and performances, which could open the door for their former players, Wayne Rooney. Rooney has been linked with the Everton job in the past with uncertainty growing over Benitez’s job for a while now. Currently, Rooney is of course managing Derby […]Rooney has been linked with the Everton job in the past with uncertainty growing over Benitez’s job for a while now.
Everton’s hesitation is understandable – he hasbefore and they’re uncomfortably close to the relegation zone – but he has had to cope with mighty adversity at Pride Park.
With a more experienced hand to offer guidance at first, giving him the job might not be the worst idea, even if it would be a unique arrangement in the English top flight.
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Everton midfielders Abdoulaye Doucoure and Fabian Delph are each expected to be out for a minimum of four weeks after sustaining injuries. Doucoure was forced off in the 65th minute of Saturday's 1-0 Premier League defeat by Aston Villa at Goodison Park due to a groin problem. © Getty Abdoulaye Doucoure was forced off in the second half of Everton's Premier League defeat by Aston Villa on Saturday Subsequent tests have revealed the 29-year-old requires a period of rehabilitation under the care of Everton's medical staff.