Our proactive board

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Just over a month ago, our Board made the correct decision and sacked Ronald Koeman. No problem there. One assumed they had some idea of whom they wanted to succeed the highly paid Dutchman. Big names like Ancelotti and Tuchel were bandied around. Many fans expressed dismay that successful managers like Dyche and Wagner were being mentioned. Such men were too "small" for our great club.

A groundwell of opinion was pressing for one of our own, the estimable David Unsworth, to take over. Then the name of the legendary Big Sam was being bandied around. The Board stayed silent.

Now, well over a month later, few names are being mentioned. Unsworth appears to be as hapless as Koeman was with the squad he's inherited and still the Board stays silent.

Silva was apparently the Board's choice, but he's spoken for and if he is the Board's choice, they have to pay compensation or make an approach or do something. Their silence is deafening.

What is the Board's position? Who is their choice? Do they have a plan? Answers on a postcard to Goodison Park. All suggestions may be considered or they may not.What a way to run any organisation, never mind our beloved club.

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Clive Rogers
1 Posted 25/11/2017 at 14:46:16
We will never get anywhere as long as Kenwright is still chairman.
Dale Rose
2 Posted 27/11/2017 at 10:11:12
I would be happy with someone, of the more traditional purist variety came her. Build a team and stick with it. Too much inconsistency at present. the players are there, but are not being used correctly.
Paul Birmingham
3 Posted 27/11/2017 at 21:36:16
The lack of a plan, the uncertainty, the bull crap from the press and after 5 weeks going into 6 soon, still no sign.

God help who ever comes in.. Life and Times of An Evertonian 2017.

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