Marco Silva: Ex-Watford and Everton boss frontrunner for Fulham job

Last update on. From the section FulhamMarco Silva managed Everton in 19 Premier League games.Marco Silva, a former Everton and Watford boss, is the frontrunner for Fulham's next manager.Parker moved to Bournemouth from Craven Cottage on Monday, the last day of the Championship season.Silva, 43, was previously the Hull manager and has been out-of-work since Everton fired him in December 2019.The Portuguese manager began his career at Estoril, and also worked briefly with Sporting Lisbon (and Olympiakos).Fulham were relegated in 2019, and Parker took them back to the Premier League. However, they went back to the Championship last year.After leaving Fulham mutually agreeing to leave Fulham, he succeeded Jonathan Woodgate as Cherries' head coach.Silva was unable to keep Hull in England's Premier League. He resigned following their relegation at end of 2016-17 season.After Everton approached him, he was appointed to Watford's manager the next season. However, he was fired mid-way through the campaign.Silva was appointed by the Toffees, where he led them to eighth place in the Premier League. However, he was fired in 2019 after a defeat of Liverpool by 5-2.