Sam Allardyce agrees to take over as Everton manager

• Allardyce returns six months after he quit Crystal Palace
• Former England manager has never been relegated from Premier League

Sam Allardyce has agreed to become Everton’s manager, six months after he stepped down at Crystal Palace saying he had “no ambitions to take another job”.

Allardyce is set to become the permanent successor to Ronald Koeman after David Unsworth’s unsuccessful stint as caretaker. His first match will be at home to Huddersfield Town on Saturday. He has agreed an 18-month deal worth a reported £9m.

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