Campbell says the club need to make a decision fast
Friday, November 3, 2017
Ex-Everton striker Kevin Campbell says the club face one of the biggest decisions in their history when they choose a new manager.
Caretaker manager David Unsworth has lost all three games in charge, including a 3-0 defeat to Lyon on Thursday which sent them crashing out of the Europa League.
Speaking exclusively to talkSPORT, the 47-year-old described the current situation as appalling.
He said: “I think it could get worse. Everton are in a serious situation.
“It’s a mess at the moment. The next manager who’s going to take the reigns – it’s probably one of the biggest decisions in the club’s history.”
The Englishman believes the decision needs to be made sooner rather than later.
He added: “You could say – bring Sam Allardyce in, bring Sean Dyche in. They’d both do admirable jobs.
“But the club are going in a bigger direction now.
“Do you bring a Thomas Tuchel in who the fans probably want or Ancelotti who the fans will want?
“I don’t know but they’d better make the decision very quickly.”Let's