Everton to name ex-England manager, Sam Allardyce as boss

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Everton said in a statement: "Sam Allardyce will be at USM Finch Farm this afternoon to finalise terms on becoming the new manager of Everton Football Club".

Everton were easy winners at Goodison Park last night.

Wayne Rooney scored a hat-trick and Ashley Williams netted a great header, as Everton picked up a 4-0 victory over David Moyes' side. Unsworth is to take the team for tonight's match.

Allardyce has been out of work since leaving Crystal Palace in May, his first role since stepping down as England manager by mutual consent in 2016 after two months in the job following allegations he offered advice on how to bypass rules on player transfers.

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An announcement on Allardyce's appointment is a matter of hours away.

Everton are now sitting 17th in the table, two points ahead of the Hammers.

Everton's successful Under-23 coach David Unsworth has been in temporary charge since Koeman's departure and had some support to be appointed full-time but has won just won and lost five of his seven games at the helm.

Allardyce is set to become Ronald Koeman's permanent replacement with talks between the ex-England boss and the Blues progressing.

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Allardyce re-emerged as the leading contender for the job this week after Everton were forced to accept defeat in their attempts to persuade Watford to part with Marco Silva. It's what you need to have and hopefully we can deliver to the fans to get this club high up the league. So with that in mind it's no wonder Everton are throwing a lot of money at a manager who's never been relegated.

The Toffees hierarchy will feel they have gone for a safe pair of hands, with Allardyce having taken over both Palace and Sunderland in graver situations and led them to safety. He will oversee the team's Saturday fixture against Huddersfield.

Having spent heavy to bring in reinforcements over the summer, Everton have struggled to click this season; the Toffees now sit 17th in the Premier League, two points above the drop zone, and have already been dumped out of the Europa League, following a disastrous showing in the group stage.

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