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Woeful Everton show they need a manager as Southampton run riot

29 November 2017, 04:20 | Melissa Porter

Woeful Everton show they need a manager as Southampton run riot

David Unsworth Everton Southampton Ronald Koeman Premier League

The Merseyside club, who sacked manager Ronald Koeman last month, were soundly beaten 4-1 by Southampton on Sunday and are just two points clear of the bottom three.

"The second and third goals were really poor", Unsworth added.

Austin's eye for goal has never been a concern - only last season he bagged seven goals in six games between September and October - but with Shane Long goalless since February and the confidence-shot Manolo Gabbiadini struggling to replicate the superb form he showed when he first joined the Saints, a reinvigorated Austin now has the flawless chance to make the position his own.

'The positive thing is we have two more games this week.

"We've got quality down both flanks".

Austin repeated the feat six minutes later, arriving free in the Everton box to nod Tadic's cross home and put space between the sides. Today we did it and that could be the first step going forward.

"I was delighted to get my first start of the season".


Southampton have safely drifted themselves away from the relegation zone, for now, following a satisfying three points picked up on Sunday against a downbeat Everton under the guidance of interim manager David Unsworth.

"Teams, at the moment, are not having to work very hard to score against us".

The result means that with just one win in the Premier League for Unsworth since taking temporary charge at Everton - he will undoubtedly be pushed to one side when club owner Farhad Moshiri finally selects who will be next to take the reins.

"I felt that Charlie was training much better than before".

However, Tadic was more clinical in the 18th minute when Ryan Bertrand played him through on goal, coolly sliding his finish past Jordan Pickford.

He later added in his press conference: "I decided to choose another XI, I decided other team-mates were better for those games or occasions".

"Sure, I spoke with majority but when the manager chooses 11 players it is because I feel in that moment they are right to play on that day".



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