Excellent in-depth interview with Everton boss Roberto Martinez, takes subtle dig at David Moyes [Audio]
- January 8, 2014
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has undoubtedly been a great success so far at Goodison Park.
Currently fifth in the table and after an FA Cup rout of QPR, Everton look like a side that can challenge and Toffees supporters are loving the style of play.
On Tuesday, Martinez sat down with representatives of a host of Everton fanzines, including Bluekipper.com, Grand old team, SOS1878, When Skies Are Grey and Followtonians for an exclusive interview with fan sites.
Martinez speaks for over an hour and as ever, is erudite and calm, putting across his point about how it was taking over at Everton and their progress under him in 2013/2014.
Intriguingly, and what could heap yet more pressure on David Moyes at Manchester United, Martinez also takes some subtle digs at the former Everton boss.
Martinez refers to Moyes’ preference for fitness over ball skills and this is a chord that will be appreciated by both Everton and Manchester United supporters.
Perhaps Manchester United should have appointed Roberto Martinez?!
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