Published: Mon, November 20, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Everton talk out of my control, Watford boss Silva says

Everton talk out of my control, Watford boss Silva says

Former Arsenal attacking midfielder Paul Merson has suggested in The Daily Star that Everton should hand David Unsworth the managerial job for the end of the season. "No matter how long I'm here I'll give my best", said Unsworth.

Three defeats on the spin has seen Watford slip down to midtable, but Silva's stock remains high and the 40-year-old was keen to only discuss matters that are in his control when asked about the situation at a pre-match news conference.

Silva has consequently emerged as a leading contender to replace the sacked Ronald Koeman, with Sam Allardyce and Sean Dyche also having been heavily linked with the role.

Unsworth will take charge for a fifth game at Crystal Palace on Saturday.

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Marco Silva and Sean Dyche have also been heavily linked with the vacancy, with Unsworth also still in the running after winning for the first time in his temporary stint before the worldwide break.

"It doesn't undermine me at all", he said. "I can't control this situation".

"I do my job normally during the week like I have since the first day". I read many many things during the week.

Unsworth admitted he had "not really been sounded out" about potential January transfer targets but resembled a protective Premier League manager when he claimed Morgan Schneiderlin and Kevin Mirallas were "fully committed" to Everton.

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The pair left training early before the Watford game and Unsworth insists they were given the option to finish their session.

Moshiri, the chairman Bill Kenwright and the director of football Steve Walsh have been accused of lacking direction in their handling of Koeman's departure.

"For me, it's a great opportunity". "That question must be aimed at other people".

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