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限米煮限飯,無咁既人腳踢咩鬼華麗足球哎……簡單實際仲好啦。


YFF 已死!!這是 Fantrax 的新時代!!
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freezefox:限米煮限飯,無咁既人腳踢咩鬼華麗足球哎……簡單實際仲好啦。 (2018-05-18 09:58) 

exactly,而大sam正正係簡單實際既代表
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Marco Silva could be confirmed as Everton's new manager as early as next week, Sky Sports News understands.
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只看該作者 48  發表于: 05-29
Everton set to appoint Marco Silva by the weekend after agreeing deal in principle for former Watford boss #EFC
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只看該作者 49  發表于: 05-30
Marco Silva: Everton might appoint Portuguese as manager this week
    
By Phil McNulty

Chief football writer

Everton are closing in on the appointment of former Watford boss Marco Silva as manager, and the announcement could come this week.


The 40-year-old Portuguese has been the top priority for Everton owner Farhad Moshiri since Sam Allardyce was sacked at the end of the season after six months in charge.

Everton's new director of football Marcel Brands officially takes over on Friday and wants the new manager in place before another summer of change at Goodison Park.

Silva's proposed appointment, which is expected to be on an initial three-year deal, will end a pursuit by Moshiri stretching back to November, when Everton wanted the Portuguese after an outstanding start at Watford.

The Hornets resisted fiercely, ordering Everton to back away and making a complaint about the approach to the Premier League with a demand for compensation.


Watford's form subsequently badly declined and Silva was sacked in January, with the club making it clear in the statement announcing his departure that they felt Everton's move was the catalyst for their poor run of results.

Brands has been involved in the final process of identifying Everton's new manager, who will work within a new system where the director of football has huge influence.

He said: "I think it is important that he [the new manager] wants to work in the new philosophy, the new strategy of how we want to work with a director of football.

"I think it is important that he creates the environment for the long-term, and I think it is important that he is a modern coach. If you think about what Everton's plans are, I think a modern coach will fit into that profile.

"Then his philosophy and how he wants to play is important. I think it has to be a coach who wants to work with young players."

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44296488
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Marco Silva to be confirmed as Everton manager today @TimesSport
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🔵 | Marco Silva has revealed his pride at being appointed Everton manager and his resolve to build a winning side with a winning style and a deep connection between the team and Evertonians. #WelcomeMarco

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拖肥錢就比左,要睇下佢值唔值了
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只看該作者 53  發表于: 06-01
Marco Silva: Everton appoint former Watford and Hull boss as new manager

Everton have appointed former Watford and Hull City boss Marco Silva as their new manager on a three-year deal.


The 40-year-old replaces Sam Allardyce, who was sacked at the end of the season after six months in charge.

Silva was sacked by Watford in January, with the Hornets blaming the decision on Everton's approach for the Portuguese in November.

"I know what our fans expect. I want our fans to be proud when they see our team on the pitch," Silva said.

"I'm excited and I'm really happy to take this big challenge for us as a club and for me as a manager.

"I want to express my thanks to Farhad [Moshiri, owner], to the chairman, to the board and to Marcel [Brands, director of football] for the confidence in my work.

"I know the huge history of Everton as a club and what the fans expect. I'm sure with everybody working together I will be ready for this challenge."

Silva will be joined by long-term assistant manager Joao Pedro, plus goalkeeping coach Hugo Olivera, technical scout Antonis Lemonakis and fitness coach Pedro Conceicao.

Everton have confirmed their former striker Duncan Ferguson will continue as part of the coaching team.


Everton's major shareholder Farhad Moshiri said: "His abilities are underpinned by a strong footballing philosophy, a fierce work ethic and his enthusiasm in embracing Everton, our values and our ambitions has hugely impressed me, as I hope it will each and every Evertonian."

Former Sporting Lisbon and Olympiakos boss Silva spent four months at Hull in 2017 but left after they were relegated from the Premier League.

Two days after leaving Hull he joined Watford in May 2017 and took the team into the top four during his first few months in charge.

But he was dismissed after a dismal run that saw them win just one of his last 11 Premier League games.

Everton owner Farhad Moshiri had pursued Silva since the club sacked Ronald Koeman in November.

The Hornets fiercely resisted the Toffees' approach and complained to the Premier League with a demand for compensation.

Everton finished 13th in the Premier League under Allardyce, but his style of play was unpopular with fans and the club said the decision to sack the former England boss was part of their "longer-term plan".

Silva guided Estoril into the Portuguese top flight and they qualified for the Europa League the following season.

In one season at Sporting he won the Portuguese Cup and then the Greek League title in his year at Olympiakos, who he also managed in the Champions League.

Analysis
BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty

Silva arrives after Everton owner Moshiri fine-tuned the foreign model he has always wanted for his management structure.

The owner's first attempt ended in failure when Steve Walsh came from Leicester City as director of football, his role bolted on to manager Ronald Koeman who had already arrived from Southampton.

Their relationship never looked anything more than an arranged sporting marriage, resulting in a hotch-potch transfer strategy that never looked coherent.

The result is both have now been sacked and the key director of football role is now held by Marcel Brands, who has a built a glittering reputation at PSV Eindhoven and AZ Alkmaar.

Brands will be calling the shots, in co-ordination with Silva, on transfer and overall strategy and he has already made it clear his role will be hands-on.

The Dutchman rubber-stamped Silva's appointment after insisting Everton must have a "modern" manager prepared to work with young players.

Moshiri, who simply cannot afford the failure of another key relationship at the top of club, will hope Brands and Silva find the harmony and success that appeared to elude Koeman and Walsh.

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44300262
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Everton and Watford yet to resolve differences on Marco Silva
Last Updated: 01/06/18 6:10pm

Watford and Everton will attempt to sort out their differences once again in the next few weeks as the Marco Silva tapping-up row enters a fifth month.

The two clubs have so far failed to sort out their differences after Watford made an official complaint to the Premier League accusing Everton of tapping up their former manager last season.

Sky Sports News understands that a second mediation meeting - prompted by the Premier League - is scheduled for later this month.


Privately, Watford believe Thursday's confirmation of Silva as Everton's manager only strengthens their case, while Everton are adamant they followed all the rules and regulations and informed Watford of their desire to talk to Silva.

Despite Silva's obvious interest in a move to Merseyside, Watford refused to let Everton speak to their manager.

A dramatic loss of form led to Silva's dismissal in January, following a run of one win in 11 matches.

With Everton refusing to accept any liability, it's unlikely a solution to the highly acrimonious dispute will be found any time soon.

The League remains keen for its member clubs to sort out their differences, however, they may be forced to convene an arbitration hearing to find a suitable conclusion.

In theory that panel could impose a wide range of sanctions, from fines through to a points deduction.

However, Sky Sports News understands the most likely scenario would see a suitable compensation figure reached for Everton to pay.

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11671/11392133/everton-and-watford-yet-to-resolve-differences-on-marco-silva