Paul Robinson has ripped into Farhad Moshiri and the Everton hierarchy for making such a mess of their handling of the club’s manager position.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the ex-England goalkeeper slammed the Toffees for their protracted dismissal of Marco Silva and for then failing to replace him.
Everton announced on Wednesday night that Duncan Ferguson will take charge for the second time this weekend, when the club face Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League.
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His first match at the helm coincided with an uplifting 3-1 win over Chelsea at a raucous Goodison Park.
“It looks to me at the moment like it’s a game-by-game basis,” Robinson told Football Insider. “You just can’t run a football club like that.
“Breaking news on the TV every day that Marco Silva or Ferguson will be in charge of the next game.
“I mean how can the man Moshiri run the football team like that and how can the players respect a manager that’s getting told whether he can manage at the weekend or not?
“I just think that it’s a total shower at the moment the way it’s been dealt with.”
The Toffees have handed the reins temporarily to Ferguson, but are looking for a full-time manager as they continue to assess and interview candidates.
They sacked Silva last week after a dreadful start to the season had left the team in the relegation zone.
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