Some Everton fans react as Silva agrees deal with Fulham
Some Everton fans were reacting after Marco Silva agreed on terms to take over as the Fulham manager.
According to The Athletic, the 43-year-old has reached a provisional agreement with the west London side.
Meanwhile, the club have been without a boss after Scott Parker left the club to take over at Bournemouth.
Silva has been without a club since getting sacked by Everton back in November 2019.
The Portugese coach has managed in England since taking over as Hull City manager in 2017. He’s taken charge of 95 games, winning just 32 whilst amassing 115 points.
He was manager of Estoril, helping the outfit win promotion from the second-tier in Portugal.
TBR View: Everton stint highlights problems with Silva amid Fulham links
The London outfit may well think they have landed a coup after agreeing on a deal for the young coach.
However, his time with Everton hints that Fulham could have problems amid talks of an imminent appointment of Silva.
Firstly, the former Olympiacos manager’s use of transfers were awful. He signed Moise Kean from Juventus, however, rarely used the talented centre-forward, who has since gone on to star for PSG.
Secondly, he endured a poor start to his second season with the club. It left the club playing catch-up for the majority of the campaign.
Silva has it all to do as he looks to compete in one of the most competitive leagues in the world. The Championship can be a brutal experience for even the most experienced in what could be a painful season for Fulham.
Here is how fans reacted…
Good for him, I liked Silva – not necessarily as Everton manager but thought he was a lovely fella and I was sad it didn’t work out for him here— Vic (@victoriacarlin_) June 30, 2021
Interesting. Really hope Marco Silva does well at Fulham. For me Silva is a very likeable person. In fairness to him he did try his best with us.— Peter Papadopoulos (@PeterPapadopo11) July 1, 2021
He will have them straight back up. Decent boss but I feel he lost the dressing room.— Dazed & Confused (@Ste131274) June 30, 2021
This game is crazy. Let's pay £millions for consistent failures to take the club forwards. Crazy.— King Mantis (@KingMantisBand) June 30, 2021
God help them— Andy Francis (@andy_francis2) June 30, 2021
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