Published: Fri, December 01, 2017
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Sam Allarydce reveals the 2 reasons which convinced him to join Everton

Sam Allarydce reveals the 2 reasons which convinced him to join Everton

The 63-year-old is expected to attend Everton's match at home to fellow Premier League strugglers West Ham tonight but with only a watching brief.

It now seems that the Toffees are set to appoint a new manager soon with Unsworth confirming that there are talks taking place between the club and a few candidates.

"I've always thought Everton was a great club".

Caretaker boss David Unsworth will remain in charge for Wednesday's key clash against West Ham, with Allardyce due to be in the hotseat for the first time against Huddersfield on Saturday.

The manager's deal was agreed on Tuesday in London and Allardyce came back from a holiday in Dubai to meet his new squad at the club's Finch Farm training base.

Allardyce has been out of work since resigning from Crystal Palace in May.

"I have no ambitions to take another job", he added at the time, "I simply want to be able to enjoy all the things you can not really enjoy with the 24/7 demands of managing any football club, let alone one in the Premier League".

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But his seven-game tenure has been little short of disastrous, with Everton losing five games and winning just one.

Everton were easy winners at Goodison Park last night.

Sam Allardyce wasn't Everton's first-choice pick to take over from the fired Ronald Koeman.

Everton's chief problem is clear to see.

Allardyce famously has never been relegated from the Premier League, having taken over mid-season to keep Sunderland and Palace in the top division the past two campaigns.

Having spent heavy to bring in reinforcements over the summer, Everton have struggled to click this season; the Toffees now sit 17th in the Premier League, two points above the drop zone, and have already been dumped out of the Europa League, following a disastrous showing in the group stage.

His achievements at the Stadium of Light - which look all the more impressive given what has happened since - earned him his dream job with England.

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