Everton chairman Bill Kenwright says the club is no rush to appoint a new manager in the wake of David Moyes’ imminent departure, according to Sky
Moyes will leave to become the new Manchester United manager at the end of the season, and took charge of his last home match as Toffees manager at the weekend in a 2-0 win over West Ham United.
But Kenwright believes Everton will take their time over choosing a replacement for the 50-year-old, who has been in charge at Goodison Park for over a decade.
Kenwright said: “We will not be making a quick decision, we will be taking time. We’ll get the season over and then we will hopefully give some indication of where we are going.”
A number of managers have been linked with the Merseyside job, including Cardiff City’s Malky Mackay and Celtic manager Neil Lennon.
But the frontrunner appears to be Wigan Athletic’s Roberto Martinez who guided his team to FA Cup glory at the weekend, beating Manchester City 1-0 in the final.
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