Sport Silva insists that Jagielka remains in his plans

21:25  10 august  2018
21:25  10 august  2018 Source:

Silva convinced Jagielka sending off was harsh

  Silva convinced Jagielka sending off was harsh The defender was sent off for the Toffees in their draw at Wolves on Saturday, though his manager thinks the decision was incorrectEverton coach Marco Silva is convinced the red card shown to Phil Jagielka in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Wolves was harsh.

Jagielka started his career with Sheffield United in 2000, where he played mainly as a central midfielder. He helped them achieve top-flight status for the 2006–07 season, after which he joined Everton for a £4 million fee. Manager: Silva .

However, Silva insists that Niasse's playing style means that he can be a useful asset for Everton. 'Of course, Oumar Niasse is in our plans ,' Silva was quoted as saying by the Liverpool Echo. Salah goes jet skiing as Liverpool star makes the most of his last remaining holiday Egyptian will return to

Everton boss Marco Silva has insisted that Phil Jagielka still has a part to play for the club this season.

The Toffees enjoyed a hectic ending to the transfer window and were able to recruit two new central defenders as they brought their summer dealings to a satisfying close.

Yerry Mina joined from Barcelona in a deal believed to be worth around £28 million, whilst Everton also completed the signing of Kurt Zouma from Chelsea on a season-long loan deal.

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The duo are, on paper, likely to be the men who Silva call upon to solidify Everton’s defensive unit for the season ahead, with Jagielka’s position in the starting line-up clearly under threat.

Everton star Richarlison indebted to Marco Silva

  Everton star Richarlison indebted to Marco Silva Having netted a brace on his Everton debut, the winger spoke of his deep gratitude for his managerTwo-goal Everton hero Richarlison has expressed thanks to "father figure" Marco Silva for giving him a platform to shine in the Premier League.

However, Jagielka insists Allardyce has achieved the task he was immediately brought in to do in steering the club away from the relegation zone and that he needs a full pre-season over the summer to properly implement his plans .

Despite guiding Everton from the lower half of the table to an eighth-placed finish, Allardyce was the subject of protests from fans unhappy with the style of play. Silva was keen to stress his commitment to entertainment in his first interview on Thursday, and Jagielka is looking forward to playing with

However, new Toffees boss Silva has rubbished claims that Jagielka is now surplus to requirements at Goodison Park, insisting that the veteran defender will still be a key figure on Merseyside as the club enter a new era.

As quoted by Goal, Silva discussed his new-look defensive options:

“It means nothing for Jags. We sold Mori, Williams and bought Mina and Zouma. Everything is the same. Even last season the club brought in Mangala.”

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Wolves 2 Everton 2: Jimenez header ensures Richarlison's brace in vain .
Richarlison's debut double appeared to have earned 10-man Everton a 2-1 win at Wolves, but Raul Jimenez earned his side a point.Raul Jimenez's debut goal earned Wolves a point on their Premier League return as Richarlison's brace on his Everton bow proved insufficient in an entertaining 2-2 draw at Molineux.


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