Allardyce agrees deal to become Everton manager: reports
Former England boss Sam Allardyce has agreed a deal to become the manager of Premier League club Everton, Sky Sports reported on Wednesday, citing sources
Former England boss Sam Allardyce has agreed a deal to become the manager of Premier League club Everton, Sky Sports reported on Wednesday, citing sources. Allardyce, 63, stepped in to rescue struggling Crystal Palace from relegation midway through last season but resigned before the start of the current campaign. He will replace Dutchman Ronald Koeman at Everton.
This file photo taken on April 10, 2017 shows former Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce arriving for the English Premier League football match between Crystal Palace and Arsenal at Selhurst Park in south London. Everton have appointed Sam Allardyce as their new manager, ending a long hunt since they sacked Ronald Koeman last month, the British press reported on November 29, 2017. Pic/AFP
Everton sacked Koeman last month after a poor start to the season and placed their under-23 coach David Unsworth in temporary charge, but results have not improved and the club are currently one place above the relegation zone. The Merseysiders, who host fellow strugglers West Ham United on Wednesday, are in 17th place with 12 points from 13 games after three wins, three draws and seven defeats.
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