Ronald Slim will join Everton as new assistant manager

Everton have confirmed that former Newcastle United assistant manager Ron Slim will be taking over at the club in the summer. 

The move comes a day after Everton confirmed the appointment of a new manager, with Roberto Martinez stating that the club are still searching for a new boss to replace Roberto Martinez as Everton manager.

The 55-year-old, who was appointed as Everton’s new manager in the first half of the season, has previously managed Blackburn Rovers, Charlton Athletic and Aston Villa.

The former Newcastle boss was replaced by Martinez following the departure of Roberto Di Matteo, who took over as the club’s boss on November 1.

Everton have been looking for a manager to replace Martinez for the last two years, but with the club looking to strengthen in the transfer market, they may be forced to part with the former Newcastle assistant manager in order to secure a replacement for the Portuguese.

The news of Slim joining Everton came after Everton were forced to confirm the appointment of a new assistant coach, Roberto Martinez, as Everton head to the Emirates Stadium to face Sunderland in the Premier League on Sunday. 

Everton’s players were in good spirits after the 3-0 victory over Newcastle, with the players waking up at 11:00 BST to start preparations for the clash with Sunderland. 

Ronald Slim will be joined by a new Everton manager in the coming daysRonald Slim has had his coaching badges taken away from him in order for him to take over as Everton boss Roberto Martinez. 

Sylvester Stallings, who won three of Everton’s four league titles in the 1980s and 90s, is currently the assistant manager at Blackburn Roil.

The 52-year old will be joining Everton as the new manager of the club, with the news of the appointment made official by Everton in a statement released on Thursday.

Everts new manager Ronald Slicester Stallions will take charge of Everton in the new year after the club confirmed the appointment of Roberro Di Matteo as their new manager.

Ronald has been in charge of the Magpies for a year, and is currently in charge of Blackburn Roiles academy.

He will be assisted by his brother Andreas, who has been managing the club since 1997.

Ronaldo is Everton’s all-time top scorer and has scored more than 40 times for the club.

Rono has won four Premier League titles and two League Cups. 

“Ronald is one of the best managers of all time,” Ronaldo said in the statement.

“He has a passion for his football and is extremely hardworking.

I have a lot of respect for his work ethic.”

I am excited to work with him.

He is a man of great character and has a reputation as a fantastic motivator.” 

The Portuguese has won three league titles and a cup double with the Magi, who have won four consecutive domestic cups under his stewardship.