And Coleman believes that Silva must be given time to gets things right on Merseyside, telling
talkSPORT that the club must take the rough with the smooth.
“You can’t just keep chopping and changing managers, it doesn’t work, I know in today’s business that’s what people want after four or five bad results, but you’ve got to give people time to get their own players in and implement their own style of play."
“There will be good times and bad times. It’s going to take a season or a season-and-a-half for managers nowadays to get their own balance right.
Seamus Coleman on Marco Silva’s future: “It always seems to go on the manager’s toes and us players seem to get away with murder a little bit. I think managers need time. It’s not going to happen overnight. I think owners need to be a bit more patient.” (Source: Sky Sports) pic.twitter.com/cSo3PAKPeN— Everton Blue Army (@EvertonBlueArmy) 4 March 2019
“We don’t just want to be the team that’s happy to disappoint Liverpool. We want to be good in our own right and for too long we’ve not been challenging for European places and cup finals.
Source : 90min