Everton, who are in crisis, will leave the baton to manager Sean Daichi (52).
The British ‘BBC’ reported on the 27th (Korean time) that “Everton has decided to appoint former Burnley manager Daichi as a new manager.”
Everton sacked manager Frank Lampard on the 24th. He took over the role of firefighter in the second half of last season and saved the team from relegation, but this season was different.
Currently, Everton are in 19th place with only 15 points (3 wins, 6 draws, 11 losses) from 20 league matches. Even in his last chance against West Ham, Lampard suffered a lethargic 0-2 defeat, and eventually left the team. 온라인카지노
Faced with relegation for the first time since the Premier League’s inception, Everton quickly set out to find a new manager. The first candidate was director Marcelo Bielsa, ‘The Madman’. He made history by leading Leeds United to promotion, but is resting after being sacked midway through last season.
Bielsa gave an unexpected answer. He thought that the team would not be able to keep up with the intense and physically demanding style of football he emphasized, and he did not welcome his appointment in the middle of the season. According to the ‘Times’, he said he needed seven weeks to apply his football philosophy, and asked to take over as first team manager from next season after taking over as youth team manager, which Everton naturally refused.
In the end, Everton made a sharp turn with the appointment of manager Daichi. He has led Burnley since 2012 and has achieved achievements such as two Premier League promotions and advancing to the UEFA Europa League. However, in April of last year, he was sacked for poor grades.
Now, coach Daichi is expected to take on a new challenge with Everton. The BBC added: “Everton want to appoint a new manager before the weekend. Daichi has impressed Everton and now he will be tasked with rescuing Everton from trouble.”