Reports: Sam Allardyce Agrees Deal To Take Over At Everton On Seminal Day For Proper Football Men™ Everywhere

Chris Wright

29th, November 2017

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In what is turning out to be a jolly good day for Proper Football Men™  that Know The League™, it’s being reported that Sam Allardyce has agreed to take over at Everton, a little over two weeks after initial talks between the two parties dwindled to nothing.

At the time, Everton were chucking increasingly silly amounts of money at Watford in the vain hope of luring Marco Silva to Merseyside, with Allardyce withdrawing his application after tiring of the dilly-dallying.

However, Sky Sports are today claiming to be privy to the striking of a pact between Allardyce and the Toffees, a deal that will see current caretaker manager David Unsworth return to his role as head of the Under-23 side…

That faint odour you smell is the acrid stench of desperation emanating from Goodison Park (Edit: make that Finch Farm).

Sky also report that Allardyce will install Sammy Lee as his assistant which, coupled with Alan Pardew and John Carver coming in at West Brom, signals yet another seminal day in the ongoing plight of English coaches not getting opportunities in the Premier League.

One of these days, a change is gonna come.