Leon Osman, former Everton midfielder believes appointing David Moyes will have an immediate impact on the club.
Ronald Koeman has been fired from his job as Everton manager, after a poor run of games, ending with a 5-2 loss to Arsenal, that saw them drop to the relegation zone.
Osman who represented Everton for 16 years and is an icon at the club, believes an immediate effect will happen with Moyes, but fears the long-term effect.
“I think Moyes would be able to do a good job immediately – he knows the club inside and out,” Osman told Sky Sports.
“Whether he would be a long-term candidate, I don’t know what the chairman is looking at. Is he looking at immediate results or someone who has a real pedigree of winning trophies?
“Or are they looking at someone like David Unsworth from the academy, who really knows the club and can bring the young lads through and inspire an Everton core?
“It’s really interesting to see what [club owners] Farhad Moshiri and Bill Kenwright are thinking right now.”