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Everton to sack Sam Allardyce in coming days? Transfer news and gossip from Sunday’s papers

Everton to sack Sam Allardyce in coming days? Transfer news and gossip from Sunday’s papers
12 May
11:24

Everton will sack Sam Allardyce in the coming days as Toffees supremo Farhad Mohsiri bids to shake up the Goodison Park club.

That is according to The Sun, who say Bill Kenwright’s position as chairman is also under severe threat.

Allardyce has come under criticism from Everton fans for the club’s style of play since his appointment, despite him leading a revival which has seen them pull clear of relegation trouble and into the top half.

Big Sam would be paid the remainder of his salary as he was set to earn another £6million next term having penned a two-year contract.

His assistant Sammy Lee would also leave the club, and has reportedly already told friends the duo are on their way out of Goodison.

Allardyce is reportedly set to be sacked by Everton
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