Sam Allardyce has put his name in the hat for the vacant managers position at Everton.
Everton are currently without a permanent manager after they sacked Ronald Koeman last Monday after the Dutchman had guided them into the Premier League’s relegation zone.
The 5-2 defeat at home to Arsenal, despite leading 1-0, was the final nail in the coffin, with former defender David Unsworth taking temporary caretaker charge of the Blues.
However, his time in charge hasn’t got off to the greatest of starts, losing to Chelsea and Leicester City in his first two games.
Now, Big Sam Allardyce has declared he would consider the job if the Toffees came calling. Speaking to beIn Sports, Allardyce said:
“Who knows? I’d have to consider that, if that phone call happens,
”There’s no point in speculating at the moment, David Unsworth is in the chair.
”Joe (Royle) sat upstairs will have an opinion but at the moment it looks like it’s really going to be tough for Everton to get out of that position.
”They know what the problems are, they just perhaps want a bit of guidance now how to rectify those problems.
”I’ve been in this position a number of times in the last three clubs I’ve had and I’d just put the team back to basics.”
Allardyce has been out if work since leaving Crystal Palace at the end of last season, after once again working his magic to keep another club safe from relegation.