It might be if he doesn’t walk out after 2 days.Bielsa at Everton in this situation is probably one of the most entertaining things to happen in the history of the League.
It will be monumentally mental and we'll all be transfixed.
For that alone, if you're gonna go down a mess why not go out fighting like a rampant relentless maniac?
I'd actually consider Rooney too; his form with Derby is probably one of the most incredible managerial stints by any relatively new manager in recent times and to discard that as being completely irrelevant or not worthy of merit in Everton's current predicament, should mean you speak with any Derby fans.
Would love to replace McFred with him. Wont cost more than 20-30m but that sounds way too easy for this club.Stupid me . I got mixed up. The GK is at Inter. Anyhow, any players that might be good addition for us if they go down ? Dont watch Everton at all this season. Maybe the midfield Onana ?
I rate Bielsa highly too. I’ll never forget watching his Bilbao team play Utd off the field back in the day. Respect is due- though that’s not to say he’s the right choice at Everton at this point.Bielsa might be a lunatic and uncompromising in his style but if he were to take the job it’s because he sees it a right fit. Doubt he will entertain any approach though.
I believe we underrate how good a manager/his understanding of football is.
He will give the club respect and bring everyone together, that’s one of his main strengths and Everton fans need to get back behind their club and players. They have to stop looking at what LFC are doing and willing themselves to think they deserve the same immediately.
I can only assume it’s to do with Lampard?If it gets to that point how has that even happened.
He may win a few more games but you’d still be in the bottom half. Your squad is shit. Let’s not beat around the bush here.https://www.football365.com/news/frank-lampard-sacked-everton-pep-guardiola-do-no-better-mediawatch
Some journalist suggested that Pep would struggle to get better results than Lampard
I think this is true. It’s probably sensible, if boring and frustrating, to take the Dyche pill. He is the most likely candidate to work with what he has, make the team less of a soft touch, add some aggression and get the basics drilled again.The bottom half in general is terrible this year. It’s an easy year to stay up if you get things right.