Everton's Roberto Martnez can have few complaints if the taxi calls soon

22/04/2016  2 Comments  [Jump to last]
Even victory in the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United may not save the Everton manager after a humiliating Merseyside derby defeat and a season of overindulgence and underachievement, writes Andy Hunter.

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Nick Entwistle
1 Posted 23/04/2016 at 09:28:40
Nothing new in the article. I was thinking this jouro hasn't got a clue in why or how Martinez would be given the boot - but then the last paragraph addresses the situation.

"Everton have changed since the Moyes era ended and Kenwright made a last-minute decision to attend the 2013 FA Cup final to see Martínez lead Wigan Athletic to a historic success over Manchester City. Or at least Everton claim they have changed. The billionaire Farhad Moshiri brought with him promises of new investment and ambition when he acquired an initial 49.9% shareholding in the club in February. That may be tested soon in terms of his first managerial appointment."

So who is incharge of this? Bill or Farhad?

Mike Mulhall
2 Posted 24/04/2016 at 13:25:17
I can't see Moshiri shelling out £200m and not calling the shots.

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