Everton’s interim manager David Unsworth has revealed that he is interested in taking the job on a permanent basis.
Ronald Koeman was sacked as Everton manager on Monday after Sunday’s 5-2 thrashing by Arsenal promoting former Toffees defender to be put in temporary charge on Tuesday.
Speaking at a news conference ahead of Everton’s Carabao Cup clash with Chelsea, the 44-year old said:
“Who wouldn’t want the job?”
“I spent the afternoon with the chairman yesterday and we spoke everything Everton.” he added.
Speaking further, David Unsworth, who is Everton’s U23 manager said:
“The chairman has given me an opportunity to hopefully get a run of games where hopefully performance levels go up. From that, performances will dictate any future for me as Everton manager. I want to manage and this is an amazing club to be manager of. I make no secret of it.
“We had a great session this morning, the players were fine, they were buzzing. The players reacted straight away.” he stated.
Apart from David Unsworth, former football stars like Ryan Giggs and Phil Neville are also said to be interested in taking the vacant managerial job at Everton.