After Mauricio Pochettino and Unai Emery, Marco Silva is the next Premier League manager to be sacked because of his slumping record at Everton club.

Everton fell into the bottom group of the Premier League this season after a 2-5 defeat against Liverpool. The home team Goodison Park has 14 points after 15 games, causing Coach Silva to receive a sad ending.

Coach Silva and Everton lost 8 matches since the beginning of the season

In the summer transfer window of 2019, Everton invested heavily when recruiting Alex Iwwobi, Moise Kean, Jean-Philippe Gbamin, and bought Andre Gomes. Coach Silva is expected to bring Everton into the European Cup team after ranking eighth last season. However, Everton lost 8 matches when the first leg of the Premier League 2019/20 was not over.

Coach Silva was appointed to be the leader of Everton in the summer of 2018, replacing Sam Allardyce. Silva is the latest leader to be sacked in the tournament in the land of fog. Before that, Unai Emery (Arsenal), Pochettino (Tottenham), and Javi Gracia (Watford) lost their jobs.

Pochettino’s case was surprising when he was the one who helped Tottenham assert its position in the Premier League, participating in the Champions League final in 2019/20. The Tottenham leadership appointed Jose Mourinho to replace Pochettino.

Coach Emery wrote a letter after being fired by Arsenal

The Spanish strategist insists he is fortunate to have the opportunity to lead Arsenal even when he was sacked not long ago by this team.

Marco Silva is the next Premier League manager to be sacked

On the afternoon of November 29, the Arsenal homepage announced the dismissal of coach Unai Emery because of poor performance and unsatisfactory performance of the team. Former player Freddie Ljungberg was chosen for the temporary coach position. After a few hours, Coach Emery shared a letter of gratitude to the London team.

Coach Emery was fired after a string of poor achievements by Arsenal

Arsenal’s coach Emery has just gone through a series of 7 unsuccessful matches in all competitions, most recently a 1-2 defeat against Frankfurt in the Europa League on the morning of November 29. This is said to be a drop of water that caused the owners of the club to force the Spanish strategist to bid farewell to Emirates Stadium.

At this time, Arsenal is looking to recruit candidates for hot seats at Emirates, including names such as Wolves’ Nuno Santo, Mauricio Pochettino, Massimiliano Allegri, who have not yet accepted any club leadership. It is not excluded that the London team will invite former players like Mikel Arteta or Patrick Vieira.