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Oumar Niasse will hope Marco Silva is the next Everton manager


Oumar Niasse will hope Marco Silva is the next Everton manager

The Senegalese striker has previously worked under Silva at Hull City and could again at Everton.

Everton are seemingly set to answer their fans wishes, by replacing manager Sam Allardyce this summer. The former England manager helped guide Everton to safety after their woeful start to the season under former boss Ronald Koeman. However, fans have been frustrated with the disengaging playing style of Everton under ‘Big Sam’.

According to Sky Sports, Allardyce will be given the boot later this week, with former Watford and Hull City boss Marco Silva likely to be his replacement.

For one Everton player, this is fantastic news.

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Oumar Niasse has had a topsy-turvy career at Goodison Park.

He cost the club £13.5 million when signed from Lokomotiv Moscow in January 2016, as reported by The Telegraph.


But he struggled from the start under Roberto Martinez and was completely cast away from the first-team under Koeman. The Senegal striker was not handed a squad number last season and in January was sent out on loan to Hull City.

It was in Yorkshire where he worked under prospective new Everton boss Silva. Niasse became a vital cog in the Hull system under the Portuguese manager. He went on to score five goals in 19 games as Hull bravely, but unsuccessfully, fought for Premier League survival under the guidance of Silva.

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But Niasse will know that Silva already appreciates and understands his style of play. The forward has proven this season that he can be a valuable squad player at Goodison Park, with nine goals in 25 appearances for The Toffees.

But if Silva was to arrive, any fears over his long-term future at the club would likely be allayed considering the pairs previous good working relationship.

Nobody at Everton will likely be happier by the appointment of Silva than the Senegal attacker.

Sports journalist based in Bristol. Everton fan for my sins.

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