“Leicester will beat them 9-nil” – Tony Cottee sends Marco Silva cautioning to Everton board


Everton were given a 2-0 annihilation by Norwich City at Goodison Park on Saturday, inciting numerous fans to require the head of administrator Marco Silva subsequently.

The Toffees load up had two or three gatherings throughout the end of the week, yet inevitably chose to stay with the Portuguese meanwhile.

Marco Silva is relied upon to stay as Everton manager for Sunday’s down against Leicester City.

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Everton travel to the King Power Stadium to conflict with Leicester City on Sunday, and the club’s previous striker Tony Cottee figures the Goodison Park board need to go separate ways with the beset chief in the event that they are to get any reaction from the players for the game and going ahead.

The Foxes are as of now second in the Premier League table in the wake of winning nine and losing only twice in 13 games, and Cottee accepts they will tear Everton separated, anticipating they could lose 9-0 in the event that they turn up as they did against Norwich.

“It’s a shocking run. In principle, the players ought to be out for games that way, in case you’re playing against the purported Leicester groups, you get out for it normally. They have been awesome, and they will shred Everton in the event that they turn out as they did at the end of the week, Leicester will beat them 9-nil, since they are flying,” the previous Toffees striker told talkSPORT.

“So they must be on their game, they have the Merseyside derby and other extreme games after that

“I think they have to settle on a choice, they need a reaction from the players and I don’t think they will get that in the event that they keep the chief in control right now.”

“Everton ought to be up for games [against the big sides].” 🙏

“On the off chance that Leicester turn up at the end of the week they will beat Everton 9-0!” 👀

“Everton players need to react, they won’t do that under Silva.” ❌@TonyCottee9 says #Everton need to sack Marco Silva. pic.twitter.com/mdq31XSzZA

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Everton have won only four association games this term, losing seven, and are only two spots and four over the drop zone.

They face Liverpool next after the Leicester conflict before games against Chelsea, Manchester United, Leicester (League Cup) and Arsenal, and it will enthusiasm to check whether Silva will be in the hole for these games.

The excursion to the King Power Stadium could assume an enormous job in Silva’s future at Everton, and if the Portuguese can spare his activity is not yet clear.

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