Next Permanent Everton Manager Odds:
|David Moyes to be the Next Permanent Everton Manager||6/4||Paddy Power|
|Rafael Benitez to be the Next Permanent Everton Manager||7/2||Paddy Power|
|David Wagner to be the Next Permanent Everton Manager||17/2||Paddy Power|
Marco Silva is the uncertain manager of Everton Football Club, with the Merseyside club taking a while to get their man although it’s not clear whether the Portuguese will remain the next permanent Everton manager after the end of the 2018/19 season.
Silva has been quite prominent in the next Premier League manager to be sacked betting markets for much of the latest campaign, with supporters having seen their team suffer a number of defeats and they currently occupy a place in the bottom-half of the table.
The reason why Everton hired Silva is due to the impressive performances and results that he managed to cultivate while in charge of Hull City and Watford, although they were both short stints and we shouldn’t forget that the Tigers were still relegated at the end of that particular season.
When the club were searching for the next Everton manager, Silva was regarded as a breath of fresh air following Sam Allardyce and his pragmatic football, while Ronald Koeman and Roberto Martinez both went on to international football after a bright spell at Goodison Park was followed by disappointment.
Everton now have money to spend and, should Silva not work out, there is likely to be plenty of interest in the Everton manager’s role considering this is now a highly-paid position and a chance to secure Champions League football for some success-starved supporters.
Many Everton supporters want to see a permanent manager who has previously played for the club and it’s worth looking out for a club legend with management credentials who can throw their hat into the ring.
Next Everton Manager Betting Tips
Will Everton go back to what they know when it comes to appointing the next manager of the club? The latest odds suggest that David Moyes is very likely to take charge of the Toffees for a second stint after previously enjoying a successful reign between 2002-2013 which is one of the longest serving managerial periods in Premier League history.
Moyes has since taken charge at Manchester United, Real Sociedad, Sunderland and West Ham, although the Scot has only lasted a short time at each of these clubs and remains good friends with Everton shareholder Bill Kenwright who could enable a return for Moyes.
Should Marco Silva leave the club, Everton will be keen to make a legacy appointment and Phillip Cocu is currently trading at single figure odds with a couple of bookmakers, with the Dutchman having recently enjoyed a five-year stint in charge at PSV Eindhoven.
Mikel Arteta is sure to also be linked with the potentially vacant Everton position, with the Spaniard having come close to landing the Arsenal manager’s role last summer before Unai Emery was preferred thanks to his experiences with Sevilla and PSG.
Arteta is someone who enjoyed a successful playing career with the Toffees and is clearly open to leaving Manchester City’s coaching team, with Pep Guardiola likely to sanction his compatriot’s departure providing that the role was the right one.
David Wagner is another candidate who could be on the shortlist considering that the German-American did a sterling job on a shoestring budget with Huddersfield Town and deserves a bigger role in order to demonstrate what he can achieve with a superior squad.
Eddie Howe seems to be regularly linked with bigger positions than the Bournemouth one and Everton might seem like a good fit, although it should be borne in mind that Howe has a solid base in Dorset and his time with Burnley wasn’t a particular happy one.