Mark Hughes could have the honour of taking two clubs down in one season. Southampton want him.
Matuidi wanted by Man United, Arsenal willing to sell Bellerin, Silva in at Southampton...
Richarlison has explained his angry public reaction to Watford sacking Marco Silva. Good of him.
Everyone seems to be in on the joke. This fella is actually called Javi Garcia, right? And he's having us on?
Silva's value plummets; Watford are a sinking ship with no leader; Everton are stuck in a forced marriage.
So Watford have sacked him. Every great manager has a setback. It's a solid Sunday Mailbox.
Watford have sacked Marco Silva, and pointed the finger of blame right at Everton.
Rotation makes Liverpool v Everton an intriguing clash. Keep your eyes on Lukaku, Welbeck, Silva and Luton, too.
"Of course the last 10 matches have not been easy for him, he's only been involved in three of them."
Ben Watson, Molla Wague, Jerome Sinclair, Stefano Okaka and Michael Folivi; your time is now.
Marco Silva has insisted that Watford do not have a disciplinary problem despite…
Marco Silva is adept at clearing up messes left by other managers. Can he correct his own mistakes?
Marco Silva says there should have been players sent off on Sunday after Marvin Zeegelaar red.
Marco Silva asks what Big Sam was doing as a coach aged 40. Managing Blackpool is the answer....
Sam Allardyce has taken a dig at Marco Silva's credentials for the Everton job. Of course he has.
Stop asking Marco Silva about the Everton job. He's doing pretty well at Watford. Leave him alone.
Watford have already surpassed their away points total from last season. Which is mad...
Marco Silva has spoken to his players about retrospective bans for diving. Richarlison, then.
"My future is tomorrow, and starting to prepare for the next game. That is my future." But with who, Marco?
The West Ham job already feels like a final failed grasp for relevance from David Moyes. Oh dear.
It is highly unusual for managers to show such wanton ambition. Good on Marco Silva...
Why have Everton approached Watford over Marco Silva again without improving their initial offer?
Everton are not about to let Marco Silva go without offering him all of the money and then some more.
If Everton had hoped that Marco Silva might force Watford into changing their stance, they are sadly mistaken...
Everton want to talk to Marco Silva. Watford do not want them to. Unsy is stuck in the middle.
File this one under 'wildly optimistic'. Moshiri wants the Atletico boss but three others are under consideration...
Marco Silva has denied rumours we'd not heard that Everton were interested in making him their boss.
Jamie Carragher has offered his thoughts on who Everton should choose as their next manager.
Antonio Conte doesn't worry about his job security, whille Marco Silva reflected upon "a really unfair result"...
The only thing everyone agrees on with Leicester is that Nigel Pearson is not coming home.
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