Everton are on the verge of rewriting history and this time for all the wrong reasons. They are the club that holds the record of playing in the top flight for the most number of years, 114 to be precise but it seems that this season could draw an end to that glorious tenure, sending them down into the second tier.
The Merseyside club are currently standing on the 16th position in the league table, having lost 4 of their first seven matches so far this season. They have only won two while drawn the other one, which also brings in the possibility of their present manager Ronald Koeman to face the sack in the near future, having failed to make an impression with his team, which he revamped during the summer transfer window by adding a number of players to it.
All of them have failed to perform as per their potential, leaving their side in a very vulnerable position in the Premier League. Three managers who can replace Koeman if sacked are-
The Italian mastermind is now the manager of one of the top Serie A clubs in the form of Napoli. He is known for his brilliant strategical moves that can bamboozle his opponents and help his side come out on top. The Everton management can look forward to this charismatic manager who can help them build a stronger resistance against their opponents and win matches.
Another Italian, who has a vast amount of experience of coaching in the Premier League and that too a club like Chelsea is Carlo Ancelotti. He can definitely be a very good replacement for Koeman and might lead the side to the much-needed victories.
He is presently looking for a new managerial job after being sacked by Bayern Munich a few days ago following a dismal start to their season and Everton can grab this opportunity with both hands to end their managerial woes.
The last but not the least, Everton can once again look to bring in their most influential manager in the form of David Moyes back and revamp their fortune. The Scottish gaffer made his name as one of the best while coaching to develop Everton as one of the formidable forces to deal with in the Premier League.
Though the situation was not the same as before as Moyes has faced only disappointment with Manchester United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland so far, a move back to the Merseyside club might cast a winning spell for both the manager and the club in the near future.