Everton's search for a new manager has opened up a boardroom rift between Chairman Bill Kenwright and major shareholder Farhad Moshiri. The billionaire businessman’s determination to recruit a big name is at odds with Kenwright’s belief that a hungry, young British boss – in the mould of Burnley’s Sean Dyche – would be a better fit for the club. Sources claim Moshiri has been “going it alone” after taking the decision to sack Ronald Koeman last month. The 62-year-old’s first choice is Marco Silva. Those close to the talks between Moshiri and Watford confirmed: “It was clear that Silva was Moshiri’s choice and he has made it clear that he will decide on the next manager.
Bill Kenwright and Farhad Moshiri in boardroom rift as Everton's search for new manager goes on
Daily Mirror | Nov 26