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ESPN FC’s Kay Murray is joined by a full house of analysts including Shaka Hislop, Steve Nicol, Frank Leboeuf and Craig Burley to answer all of the fans’ questions in a busy edition of Extra Time.
0:00 Why is Steve so salty about Antonio Conte making Tottenham a top four contender next season?
4:00 Which club is more attractive for a manager? Everton or West Ham?
5:49 Which defensive positioning should Chelsea use next season?
7:15 Training schedules for major international tournaments.
9:59 Which kind of relegation style Shaka Hislop prefers.
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29 thoughts on “Which club is more attractive for a manager? Everton or West Ham? | Extra Time | ESPN FC

  1. That question for Stevie from Navin is a good example of my conversations with Spurs fans, they dont have a good enough squad, just like everyone including Harry Kane sees it but their love for the club blinds them and they think they have a good enough team, they have alot of descent players but very few good ones, Kane, Son, Regullion , and with the club unwilling to spend money they're never going to win anything.

  2. The person that asked that question about Trippier does know that Trippier only played out of position because Chilwell and Luke Shaw are resting following the Europa and Champions league finals, right?

  3. West Ham More control for DM; no director of Football to clash with. , Better vibe, 60, 000 every home game, In Europa League , in London and the club is on an upwards trajectory

  4. Is this a joke , dead beat ex footballers . Everton or West Ham , Man City who are they or what were they before Pep. Chelsea what were they before the Russian money .
    West Ham a cattle shed team with no fans and no real stadium .

  5. Aurier is inconsistent. Reguilon hasn't really come through as an equivalent to Luke Shaw, Andy Robertson or Kieran Tierney. Alderweireld is getting old. Davinson Sanchez is unconvincing. Dier is appropriately named. Lamela, Winks, Le Celso, Bergwijn, Moura and Dele Alli just aren't consistent enough. Sissoko is 31. On their day, usually against a team outside the top six, they can run riot with Son, Kane and Bale smacking them in from all over the field, but those days are not frequent enough.

  6. Azpilicueta played LB for a number of years for Chelsea and did a good job. I'd rather manage in Everton, owner willing to pump millions into the team and a fabulous new stadium in construction. Although it sounds like Nuno is in talks to take over there (former manager of Wolves)

  7. Don't know if there are any older fans out there but didn't the English league do that system initially for the playoffs in the 1980s? The 3rd best team from Division 2 play the 3rd from bottom team in Division 1?

  8. West Ham is the better option. Have a scattering of young players. YES they way over performed this season but they are imho more attractive option than Everton.

  9. Neatral peopleL whatre your opinions on gerrard and everton? I cannot imagine it but im a liverpool fan, so im curious what nonbias people think. Would you want a club legend coaching for your biggest rival? Scholes at city, lamps at arsenal, etc etc

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