EVERTON are plotting a move for “Fireman” Sam Allardyce to save them from relegation. The club’s top brass are split over who should be Ronald Koeman’s successor. Goodison owner Farhad Moshiri wants another foreign manager, preferably former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti. But chairman Bill Kenwright is keen on a British appointment. And former England boss Allardyce has a huge fan at Goodison in director of football Steve Walsh. Walsh has been an admirer of Allardyce for a long time and would love to pair him with axed Leicester coach Craig Shakespeare.
Everton want Sam Allardyce to replace Ronald Koeman and save them from relegation this season
The Sun | Oct 29