Frank Lampard has finally been relieved of his duties as Everton once again find themselves firmly embroiled in a relegation fight.
But who replaces him? Top 10 based on most recent odds a oddschecker. com It’s a very, very, very mixed bag…
1) Marcello Bielsa
It’s a hard yes from us, but definitely a hard no from the universe, which simply won’t allow us this amount of fun.
2) Sean Dyche
Dyche offers realism on the current circumstances in which the club currently operates and what its realistic short to medium term goals should be. Namely, remain a Premier League club beyond May. Despite nonsense claims otherwisehe would surely jump at the chance.
3) Wayne Rooney
We’re pretty big fans of retirement Rooney, who seems like a man wholly at ease in himself, did a decent job under impossible circumstances at the Derby and talks humorously and deftly about a game he clearly still adores in his increasingly frequent appearances on the media. It would still be spectacular, monumental for Everton to take a quick look at how well the returning legends have done as Premier League managers recently and conclude that it’s a route they wish to take.
4) Duncan Ferguson
One of many names on this list to have already spent time at Everton in some capacity. Actually, make it every capacity. Apparently is a “strong contender” to return for a third caretaker spell despite winning just one of his previous five matches in the role. Everton that.
5) Sam Allardice
Of all the former Everton managers to even think of bringing back…
6) Ralph Hasenhüttl
The last Premier League manager before Frank Lampard’s sacking could end up being his replacement. Because what Everton are missing this fucking season is a 9-0 defeat.
7) Carlos Corberán
West Brom Cape is a new entry here and an interesting one. Corberan nearly took Huddersfield Town to promotion last year and turned the Baggies’ season upside down after Steve Bruce’s dreadful spell in charge. He has never made it to the Premier League, though.
8) David Moyes
Going back for a second spell at West Ham worked quite well (until it happened) so maybe it would have been the same at Everton (wouldn’t have).
25 years of football management experience, but all 25 years have come to Spain. It would certainly be an interesting appointment, presumably inspired by the revolution generated by Unai Emery at Aston Villa.
10) Nuno Holy Spirit
The Portuguese coach nearly took the job in 2021 after leaving Wolves. Instead, he went to Spurs and Everton appointed Rafa Benitez. Both were disastrous decisions. Nuno is now in Saudi Arabia commanding Al-Ittihad. Everton have his number and could very well be happy if the Toffees dialed his number.