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27th Feb, 2018 | 12:08pm

Kevin Campbell names the two managers he wants to take over at Everton

Former Everton striker Kevin Campbell has stated the attributes that the next manager of Everton should have and they are everything that the current boss is not.
The ex-forward was reacting to an article in the Guardian which spoke of Farhad Moshiri’s two-year reign and the disenchantment surrounding the club which Sam Allardyce was at the heart of, and wrote on his official Twitter account:

And when asked who he would like to see he replied ‘Simeone or Silva.’

Supporters were unhappy with the former England manager’s appointment from the moment he took over from Ronald Koeman.
Despite Allardyce guiding them away from the relegation zone, performances on the whole have been disappointing.
Negative tactics have been deployed by Big Sam and the signing of Cenk Tosun, who has since been dropped from the starting line-up, has made the Blues faithful even more irate with their manager.
More than £200million has been spent since Moshiri’s arrival at Goodison Park and there are now question marks over whether there has been any progression despite the huge outlay.
And it would appear as though Allardyce is beginning to feel the heat.
Post-match interviews with the manager in which he has deflected any responsibility for the displays from himself have shown him to be a man under pressure.
There is a sense now that it isn’t just results that will need to improve if the Toffees boss is going to keep his job beyond the summer, but the way his side play football too.
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