It's time to bring some stability to Leicester, says new boss Puel

It's time to bring some stability to Leicester, says new boss Puel

It's time to bring some stability to Leicester, says new boss Puel

Everton caretaker David Unsworth said his side's first-half performance against Leicester City "wasn't acceptable" and called for the club's next permanent manager to be given time to address the team's problems.

Unsworth took over from the sacked Ronald Koeman last Monday and has lost his first two games in charge, 2-1 away to Chelsea in the League Cup on Wednesday and 2-0 away to Leicester City in the Premier League on Sunday. It is down to me to create that environment where these players want to thrive and stay and be happy and to enjoy themselves.

On the game, Gray added: "The boys know that once we score the first goal we can be flying and we did throughout the first half and I think that was important for us".

As for Puel, his verdict was glowing after meeting his new backers at the King Power Stadium. The boys know if we score the first goal we can be flying from there.

The England Under-21 worldwide produced a sparkling run and pass for Riyad Mahrez to set up Jamie Vardy for the opener and was credited with the second goal after defender John-Joe Kenny deflected the ball past goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

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"The second half was much better, and the positivity the way we wanted to play on the front foot was there for all to see".

The change resulted in Everton ending the match with 16 attempts on goal, but they were unable to convert any of them and slumped to their third defeat of the week. We showed we are capable of defending a lead.

"The opportunity to help the club build on its remarkable recent achievements is a truly exciting one and I'm looking forward to working with the owners, players, staff and supporters to deliver further lasting success", he said.

"But the lads have dug in and the main thing is we've come in with the three points".

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