Sport Allardyce makes admission over Everton sacking

22:00  17 may  2018
22:00  17 may  2018 Source:

Sandro move to Spain 'complicated' by Allardyce sacking

  Sandro move to Spain 'complicated' by Allardyce sacking Sandro Ramírez’ future is now up in the air, following Everton’s sacking of Sam Allardyce, according to sources in Spain. The 22-year old Spaniard returned to Spain in January to sign with Sevilla on loan, having endured a fairly torrid debut six months in England. Despite not scoring during his time with Los Rojiblancos, Sandro is keen on remaining at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium, and the club are equally keen to keep him. With Sandro clearly not in Allardyce’s plans, Sevilla believed they could easily negotiate a permanent switch with Everton for the former La Masia graduate. Now though, with Allardyce gone and Everton having yet to replace him, and without an idea yet as to where Sandro will stand with Everton’s new manager, Sandro’s future is up in the air. With Sevilla not having an option to turn Sandro’s loan into a permanent deal, Spanish outlet Estadio Deportivo believe Allardyce’s sacking has complicated the deal – although Sandro remains keen on sorting out a permanent switch. This is despite Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright saying earlier this month that neither Sandro or Davy Klaassen will be let go this summer.

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Sam Allardyce finally admitted his doubts over whether he will still be in charge of Everton next season following his side’s 3-1 “We made one at half-time and then when Theo (Walcott) came on, he and Oumar linked up better than he and Cenk (Tosun) had and I think that got us opportunities.

Sam Allardyce has conceded that he was well aware of Everton’s plans to sack him this week.

Speaking to talkSPORT for the first time since his dismissal, as reported by BBC Sport, the former England manager opened up on how he discovered that his sacking would be little more than a formality.

“It seemed to be done and dusted through the media. I think it was out there in the open for a couple of days. That leaves you with the certainty of what was going to happen.”

Allardyce was appointed to steer the club away from the danger of relegation from the Premier League midway through last season and successfully achieved this, leading them to an 8th-place finish.

Everton to make managerial decision next week

  Everton to make managerial decision next week Everton will make a decision on the future of Sam Allardyce next week, according to a report from The Guardian. Allardyce is expecting talks with Farhad Moshiri in the coming days, despite reports claiming that agreements have already been put in place for next season. The former England boss has already been talking up his summer plans with transfer targets being lined up, despite his future remaining up in the air. Fans have been venting their frustration towards the club over their stance with Allardyce and are being urged to make a new appointment over the summer. Marco Silva and Paulo Fonseca have both been heavily linked with the job should Allardyce leave the club at the end of the season. Allardyce was given a two-year deal when he joined the club to ease their relegation worries earlier in the season. Since arriving at Goodison Park, Allardyce has led the Toffees into the top half with an eighth-place finish looking likely.

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However, the Toffees fans grew increasingly impatient with Allardyce’s tactical approach and expressed their discontent via social media and at the final games of Everton’s season.

The Toffees’ hierarchy are now on the lookout for a new permanent manager, with former Watford and Hull City manager Marco Silva seemingly in the frame.

Silva was eyed to replace Ronald Koeman at Goodison Park before the turn of the year, however, Watford were adamant that the promising manager would not exit Vicarage Road.

He was sacked shortly after this debacle, however, and Everton are clearly keen to pursue him once again.

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