Sport Schneiderlin aims for "fresh start" under Allardyce

19:16  07 december  2017
19:16  07 december  2017 Source:

Everton re-open Allardyce talks

  Everton re-open Allardyce talks Everton have reopened talks with Sam Allardyce about becoming their next permanent manager, Sky Sports News understands. Allardyce had been involved in talks two weeks ago after Ronald Koeman was sacked, but an agreement could not be reached.But after Everton failed with their efforts to land Watford boss Marco Silva, and endured a dismal run of five defeats from seven games under interim boss David Unsworth, the Toffees have again approached Allardyce's representatives within the last 48 hours.

Morgan Schneiderlin admits he has a point to prove and is desperate to make the most of a " fresh start " under Sam Allardyce . Morgan Schneiderlin will aim to impress Sam Allardyce when the Toffees face Apollon Limassol on Thursday.

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Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderin reveals that he is hoping to make a “fresh start” under new manager Sam Allardyce after making a slow start to life as an Everton player, according to a report on Sky Sports.

The Frenchman joined Everton from fellow Premier League club Manchester United and the Toffees expected him to develop during his time at the club, but unfortunately the midfielder has lost confidence and form.

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He has found himself on the substitutes bench quite often recently but is hoping to start fresh under the new manager and hopes he can make a good impression on him during training sessions.

Everton set to appoint Allardyce

  Everton set to appoint Allardyce Everton are set to appoint Sam Allardyce as their new manager following progress in talks on Tuesday, according to Sky sources. Sky Sports News reported on Monday that the Toffees had reopened discussions with the 63-year-old about succeeding Ronald Koeman, after original dialogue broke down some two weeks ago.An agreement could not be reached at the time but, after Everton failed with an attempt for Watford boss Marco Silva, progress was made over the key aspect of the length of a contract for Allardyce earlier this week.

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Schneiderlin may start for Everton in their final group game of a disastrous UEFA Europa League campaign against Apollon Limassol tonight and believes that this could be a chance to show the manager that he is good enough to start matches.

“Since I (started to) play football, in every game you have something to prove. That is part of being a football player. Every game you have to show what you can do and there is not going to be any difference (against Limassol). We are going to do our maximum to win the game.”

The Blues face Liverpool on Sunday in the Merseyside Derby and majority of the first team players are expected to be rested tonight ahead of that game.

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Allardyce: I won't block Barkley exit .
Sam Allardyce says he will not stand in the way of the Everton board if they decide to sell Ross Barkley in January. Barkley, whose contract expires at the end of the season, almost left the club for Chelsea in the summer but he U-turned on the move despite the clubs agreeing a £35m fee.Tottenham also have a long-term interest in the 23-year-old and Sky Sports News reported in the summer that they were prepared to wait until January to land the player."It's a difficult one," said Allardyce.

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