David Unsworth aims to land Everton job by proving he is a ‘winning manager’

• Unsworth hopes results in temporary charge will earn him full-time deal• Ronald Koeman says he is disappointed by sacking but thanks Everton playersDavid Unsworth has confirmed he wishes to succeed Ronald Koeman on a permanent basis but admitted results will determine whether he is the winning manager that Everton need.Unsworth, Everton’s academy and under-23s’ manager, has taken temporary charge at Goodison Park for a second time following the Dutchman’s dismissal on Monday. The 44-year-old insists he has been given no timeframe on the caretaker role by the major shareholder Farhad Moshiri or Bill Kenwright, although interestingly he spent Monday afternoon discussing “how many games, players, short- and long-term plans” with the Everton chairman. Continue reading…


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