Everton interim manager David Unsworth says his chances of getting the job on a permanent basis could come down to whether the Premier League club win their next two games. Unsworth, who took charge after Ronald Koeman was sacked last month, lost to Chelsea and Leicester City in his first two games in charge. Everton are 18th in the league and bottom of their Europa League group but Unsworth said victories over Lyon and Watford in their next two games would give the team a much-needed boost and do no harm to his hopes of being named manager. 'Do I need to win the next two games? Probably,' Unsworth told reporters ahead of Thursday's match against Lyon. 'You have to get results, so we need to start winning. But that doesn't scare me.
Everton caretaker manager David Unsworth eyeing two wins to boost his chances of landing job full-time
Daily Mail | Nov 2