Date: 6th December 2019 at 6:00pm
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Many Everton fans have been reacting on social media after former Crystal Palace head coach Alan Pardew discussed replacing Marco Silva at Goodison Park.

Silva was sacked on Thursday evening with the club inside the Premier League relegation places on 14 points from 15 games, and with just two wins in our last 11 top-flight fixtures.

The Portuguese had also only overseen one away win in the league this season, while beaten twice at home to promoted sides in Sheffield United and Norwich City.

His final act as manager was Wednesday’s nightmare at Anfield, as Liverpool thrashed us 5-2 in the Merseyside Derby to maintain their unbeaten record and sit eight points clear of Leicester City at the top of the table.

We are now 29 points behind Liverpool and inside the bottom three, although the club are only nine points below fifth-placed Wolverhampton Wanderers, meaning our season is not completely over yet, should the board appoint the right man to replace Silva.

Former Crystal Palace boss Pardew has admitted that he would be keen on becoming the new head coach at Goodison Park, and feels he could do a good job if brought to Merseyside.

“Of course. [David] Moyes is a good fit for Everton,” Pardew told Amazon Prime, via quotes by the Daily Mail. “It looks like a lot of problems there, no cohesion, I’m not sure what the philosophy is.

“They’re in danger of being in a relegation scrap. There’s a lot of managers like myself who could do that kind of job.”

Who would you prefer as Silva's successor?

Pardew

Pardew

Moyes

Moyes

Pardew has been out of work since leaving West Bromwich Albion in April 2018, having managed at the Hawthorns for five months after a two-year spell with Palace.

The 58-year-old led the Eagles to the FA Cup Final in 2016 but lost 2-1 to Manchester United, having opened the scoring in the 78th-minute.

Here are some of the messages shared as fans reacted to Pardew’s comments…

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