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BREAKING: Marco Silva sacked as Everton manager after Liverpool thrashing

Odiase Osayande

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Marco Silva has been sacked as Everton manager after the Toffees fell into the relegation zone following their thrashing
by Liverpool.

The Toffees fell to their ninth loss in 15 Premier League games this term, as their horrendous start to the campaign continued at Anfield.

Big things were expected of Everton at the start of the season, with Silva splashing out big money on Nigeria foward  Alex Iwobi,
Moise Kean, and Andre Comes.

Recall we had eailer reported Silva could be sacked following a board meeting eailer today.

READ: Reports: Iwobi boss faces sack after Liverpool trashing and “could even go Today”

Silva moved to Merseyside in May 2018 after a long chase from Everton – who had been keen to snare him from Watford during his spell with the Hornets.

His time at Vicarage Road soured, and having been sacked, he eventually moved to Merseyside when the club elected to part with Sam Allardyce.

Silva led the Toffees to an eighth place finish in the league last season, and was knocked out of the FA Cup and Carabao Cup in the fourth and third rounds respectively.

In all he took charge of 59 matches as manager, winning 24 and losing 23.

Odiase Osayande is a senior sports reporter at Dockaysworld. He's turning football into words and telling the best stories about the beautiful game to fans stateside and worldwide.

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