Published: Fri, May 18, 2018
Sport | By Victor Mcdonald

Everton management want Wayne Rooney to stay

Everton management want Wayne Rooney to stay

Even without Sam Allardyce being officially sacked by Everton, the club's end of season had been promising quite a saga for a new manager.

Moshiri has been preparing for life at Everton post-Allardyce since February and the unrest from the fanbase has been noted by the Blues higher-ups.

Allardyce appeared on Sky Sports News on Monday evening to discuss the season and he received a very, very warm welcome from host Jim White.

Star man: Wayne Rooney led the way in the goals column (10, all of which we scored before Christmas), but just about every statistical metric available pegged him as one of Everton's worst-rated players this season.

Everton remain interested in bringing Marco Silva to Goodison Park as Allardyce's replacement, but despite being now unemployed, appointing him as their manager still faces some challenges.

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After both Watford and Shakhtar refused to allow their coaches to speak with the Blues and as fears of a prolonged fight against relegation set in following crushing defeats to Atalanta in the Europa League and Southampton in the Premier League, Moshiri felt compelled to go back to Allardyce at the end of November with a compromise arrangement.

Current CEO Robert Elstone is expected to leave Everton after 10 years at the commercial helm to take up a similar role heading up Rugby's Super League.

It is alleged that Silva was "tapped up" by Everton while at Watford, leading to him becoming distracted and the club suffering a poor run of form and results.

"They have always been a club that get behind their players and their manager."

Allardyce's own future, meanwhile, remains in doubt due to his unpopularity with a large section of the fan base, and he added: "Who knows what's going to happen next? I'm going to have a meeting with Farhad and then I am going on my holidays", he said.

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