Marco Silva received his own sack lack yesterday after the Everton board held an extensive meeting with him. They come to the conclusion to replace him with another manager, the first half of the season has witnessed lots of sack news. It started with Watford coach then, to Mauricio Pochettino of Tottenham, it spread to Arsenal’s Unai Emery two weeks back. Pellegrini, Marco Silva and Watford new coach Quique Sanchez Flores were up next for sack.
Sacking Coaches Trend
Sanchenz Flores received his after their 3-0 home loss to Burnley, Marco Silva and Pellegrini escaped that week. Pellegrini’s West Ham beat Chelsea from away while Everton loss 2-1 to Leicester City and then, Marco became the only threatened with sack. It all ended after their last match against league leaders Liverpool which they lost 5-2. Marco received his sack latter yesterday Thursday 5th December 2019. Everton are still in search of a new coach to replace Marco Silva but for now-former manager David Moyes is their latest contact.
Arsenal Which Way Next?
Life is not getting any better for Arsenal players their fans under interim manager Freddie Ljungberg. His first game in charge ended in a stalemate, they played out a 2-2 draw with struggling Norwich City. They lost at home to Brighton to extend their winless run. As the full-time whistle was blown, boos rang out from the Emirate fans and #LjungbergOut was trending.
Alexandre Lacazette marked his 100th Gunners appearance with a goal, his second-half goal leveled the score line immediately after the break. With the score 1-1, there was a frustration for Ljungberg and Arsenal when VAR disallowed David Luiz volley for offside. Neal Maupay headed Brighton’s winner from Aaron Mooy’s cross to leave Arsenal on their worst winless run since 1977.
Lungberg’s Comment After the Match
Arsenal, who are 10th in the table, have now failed to win any of their last nine games in all competitions. Fans who waited till the end of the game booed their team off the pitch after a frustrating performance. “We didn’t show up in the first half, didn’t work hard and want to play.” Second half we came and we could have done better than we did.
Just when we thought we had won the game from David Luiz Volley then, VAR disallowed it. I need to work on that and get confidence back into the boys. The players lacked confidence and were shaky. Adding to this he said: “We’re in a difficult situation, we’ve lost a lot of games and the confidence has gone down.” Lungberg’s troops will be playing against struggling West Ham side on Sunday a game that should be a must win game.
Brighton boss Graham Potter Comment on the Game.
Brighton boss Graham Potter was making his first return to Arsenal since his Ostersunds team beat the Gunners in the Europa League in February 2018. This is Brighton’s first Premier League win since 2 November and it was built on guts and determination
“It’s a nice moment for us. It gives us a little bit of belief. It was a good game for us, not perfect but we showed real courage and belief. “Credit to our players, they did what I think an away team has to do in terms of frustrating but it still takes courage from the players and that’s what I’m pleased with.