Following Everton’s 2-0 defeat to Norwich City at Goodison Park on Saturday, rumours quickly surfaced saying Marco Silva was on his way out of the club.
Of course there’s still a big chance the Portuguese boss could be sacked in the next few days, but the story spread was that there was a decision from the club, which was communicated to him in a meeting after the game.
Now it turns out that the Portuguese media comes up with an article saying these claims aren’t true, and the meeting didn’t get to that point.
Record has an exclusive story claiming Marco Silva regularly speaks to the club’s board after games. Even though it doesn’t happen after every match, it’s presented as something pretty common at Everton.
It’s claimed that this weekend, Marco Silva met Farhad Moshiri and Marcel Brands, with all three regretting this bad result at a time when the team seemed like improving, after wins against Watford and Southampton and a draw against Tottenham.
Another topic in the meeting was the absence of important players such as Fabian Delph and Bernard. Record also says they’ve started planning their December calendar.
It’s claimed that Marco Silva went to Portugal for his days off and will be back to England on Tuesday.