Everton fired Allardyce at the end of the season 2017/2018.
ACEHFOOTBALL.net — Bos West Bromwich Albion Sam Allardyce hopes to get even more support during his time at Everton.
He was fired at the end of the season 2017/18 having led them away from relegation problems to eighth.
Allardyce's replacement, Marco Silva spent nearly 200 million pounds in two summers and also brought Everton to eighth. “I wanted to stay and have the investment they've had since then,” Allardyce said was quoted from BBC, Thursday (4/3).
The former England manager replaced Ronald Koeman at Everton in November 2017 with the club in 13th in the Premier League – after interim manager David Unsworth removed them from the relegation zone during his stint – and left in May 2018.
The veteran boss took on his first managerial role since his tenure at Goodison when he was appointed West Brom boss in December.
The Baggies are their eighth Premier League side but a record of never being relegated from the top flight is in jeopardy, with the Midlands club one place below the table, nine points behind 17th-placed Newcastle.
He remembers his time at Everton, where it wins 10 from 26 the match.
“I want to see where I can pick it up. I went there when they were struggling, struggling at the base of the Premier League, and finished eighth. Nobody at Everton expected that,” he said.
In the end, Everton made the decision to fire him. He did not want to comment on whether they did it right. He thinks there have been more managers since he has been there and they have been doing it in the direction they want, but it took a long time.
“along with time, even though you may be disappointed, you learn to accept it. I have the honor of being there, even though it was only for a short time and I wish it was longer,” he concluded.