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Fine margins but reality’s grip tightens around Silva’s Everton

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Report
Everton have taken some punches to the solar plexus already this season but this one hit particularly hard and it will leave Marco Silva, if he is indeed to survive until the Merseyside derby, with a huge task in trying to lift his charges off the canvas in time for Anfield on Wednesday.
If this result felt as inevitable as it was deeply painful and harsh, that’s because the Blues looked at one stage to be heading for an unlikely but probably deserved victory with an hour gone.

Spirited Blues dealt another hammer blow at the death

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Seasons2019-20Everton News
Leicester City 2 – 1 Everton
Richarlison’s well-taken goal was the difference for 40 minutes of the contest but Everton couldn’t hold out for so much as a point
Everton fell to their eighth defeat of the season but it came in cruel circumstances in stoppage time at the King Power Stadium when Kelechi Iheanacho’s goal was eventually ruled as legiti

Dead Man Walking

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Opinion

Farhad Moshiri and the Board may have resisted any knee-jerk impulse to fire Marco Silva and appoint an unpopular interim coach like two years ago but it still leaves the Portuguese hanging by a thread for at least the next two games. Barring a miraculous run of results, the hierarchy will surely act but they must use any time in the interim to find the right successor.

Harry Catterick’s Centenary

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Everton History

Last Friday, the Everton FC Heritage Society organised and hosted the ‘Catterick 100’ event to celebrate the life and achievements of Harry Catterick – who would have turned 100 on 26th November. He is remembered and celebrated on the Blue half of Merseyside for his stellar managerial achievements in the 1960s. His trophy haul for the Toffees has been eclipsed only by Howard Kendall.

The Terrifying Spectre of Moyes

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Opinion

The shortlist of potential candidates to replace Marco Silva is just that — short. Which is why the leap for the media to David Moyes, currently employed because of a string of failed or middling managerial spells, has been so easy to make but it would be a hugely retrograde and deeply unpopular step to bring him back, even for just a few months.

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