Duncan Ferguson will temporarily be in charge of Everton to take on Chelsea

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Following the dismissal of Marco Silva from the club on Thursday, Everton faces the Blues at Goodison Park. Everton legend, Duncan Ferguson will lead Everton to take on Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday.

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard will, however, deal with legend Ferguson in the weekend match after sacking Silva.

Following Silva’s dismissal, the Scot has been working as a coach for the Toffees. And will manage the team against Chelsea.

Meanwhile, ex-manager of Everton David Moyes has been seen as a potential successor to Silva. Mauricio Pochettino and Unai Emery are favorites for possible appointment. After their exit by their clubs, Tottenham and Arsenal respectively. 

Moyes, managed Everton between 2002 to 2013 before leaving to replace Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. He is currently the favorite to replace Silva. He also managed West Ham United, and has been out of work since leaving West Ham in 2018 summer.

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Duncan Ferguson will lead Everton to take on the Blues in the Premier League on Saturday.

Ferguson will lead Everton to take on Chelsea

The Toffees clashes with the Blues during crisis as they sit 18th position in the Premier League. And facing potential relegation this season. 

On the other hand, Lampard’s side will go to Goodison Park aiming to win. And to keep the top four race under pressure.

Consequently, Toffees supporter claims the club should replace Silva with a permanent immediately after sacking him. Just like Tottenham did to replace Pochettino with Jose Mourinho after his exit.

It is funny that Premier League clubs are sacking their managers with no delay. Silva is the fifth to be sacked in the league after Javi Gracia and Quique Sanchez Flores at Watford. Pochettino from Tottenham and Emery from Arsenal.

Moreover, Everton’s fate to escape relegation this season is not pure as they consecutively play hard games in December. They set to visit Old Trafford to play Manchester United and Arsenal is next. How will they run out of the relegation position?

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