In this file photo taken on April 14, 2018 Everton's English manager Sam Allardyce awaits kick off in the English Premier League football match between Swansea City and Everton at The Liberty Stadium in Swansea, south Wales. AFP / Geoff CADDICK
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Everton's structural shake-up left no room for Sam Allardyce who was sacked as manager Wednesday after a six-month reign in which he steered the Merseysiders to eighth place in the Premier League.Former England manager Allardyce replaced sacked Dutchman Ronald Koeman in November with the club 13th and five points above the relegation zone. Koeman was sacked with the club in 18th place, although by the time Allardyce took charge caretaker manager David Unsworth had steadied the ship and they were 13th.Including Unsworth, Everton have had four managers since Moshiri came in and former Watford and Hull City manager Marco Silva is favorite to become the fifth.
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