Everton boss Marco Silva claims that he can still remain in the job by turning around the club’s poor form. The manager has had a difficult relationship with Everton supporters as the club are going under a crisis in terms of form. Everton have had four managers in less than four years and a recent defeat against Norwich City has started chants about Silva becoming the next manager to get the sack. Even though a number of claims from the likes of Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has emerged in the last few weeks, Silva is clearly fast losing the support of fans.
Mark Hughes and David Moyes have been touted as potential replacements. The club have already dispatched several great managers like Sam Allardyce, Ronald Koeman, and Roberto Martinez in order to invest in Silva. Farhad Moshiri, who is the club’s major shareholder, has indicated that he wants stability at the club. In the past, Everton were able to achieve a lot of success only through stability with David Moyes spending more than a decade at the club before leaving for Manchester United in 2016. Since the exit of Moyes, it has been a troubled period for the Merseyside outfit. Everton are now in a desperate situation with the team just four points away from the relegation zone.
Even then, Silva is confident of turning around the situation. “I believe I can. I believe in the work, I believe in our players and I believe in our fans. It is a normal reaction from the fans. I understand what you are asking me – unfortunately it is not something new at Everton. I am here to do my best every single day, to get the right result, and if we get the right results then you can repair things,” said Marco Silva.