Allardyce and Pardew poised to make a come-back to managing English league sides

By Game Yetu: Wednesday, November 29th 2017 at 09:24 GMT +3 | Gossip & Rumours
Sam Allardyce (Left) Allan Pardew (Right) [PHOTO: COURTESY]

English Premier League outfits Everton and West BromWich Albion are set to appoint new managers today, British media have reported.

The Merseyside club Everton and West Brom are sitting at position 17 and 16 respectively. The clubs have only gathered 12 points out of 13 games and are staring at the brink of slumping to relegation zone. Everton are reported to warming up to sign former West Ham and England boss Sam Allardyce to turn things around, as West Brom seek to be inspired by bringing in former Newcastle boss Allan Pardew.

Reports indicate that the two clubs are determined to get their targets by the Close of Business today, as they target a rebuilding phase to climb up the table.

So far Everton is being managed by David Unsworth, the interim manager who was formerly managing the Under-23 side prior to his appointment. However, Unsworth has only managed a solitary win in seven games after taking over from Ronald Koeman in October.

Sam Allardyce was appointed as the English manager and he left after presiding over one game. Pardew on the other hand was sacked by Crystal Palace, and he will be aiming at a better spell at West Brom should he be appointed.


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