Graham Potter’s first season as Everton manager is expected to be successful.
Everton’s hunt for a new manager is still ongoing, with Graham Potter of Brighton & Hove Albion being mentioned among the candidates to succeed Carlo Ancelotti.
Following impressive experiences in Sweden, the former Ostersund manager’s reputation has grown, followed by a managerial stint at Swansea and now as the manager of Premier League side Brighton.
After the ECHO disclosed last week that conversations between Santo and the Blues had taken place, he was the heavy favourite with the bookies.
However, rumours indicated that he was on the verge of becoming Crystal Palace’s new manager, but this was quickly followed by conjecture that talks had fallen down.
Santo is a 6/4 favourite with Grosvenor to follow Ancelotti, while is a 4/1 equal second-favourite with Brighton manager.
So, how do you think the Toffees’ season in 2021/22 will go with Potter in charge?
To discover out, we ran a simulation with Potter as Everton manager next season, and this is what happened.
We utilized the Football Manager 2021 editor to arrange for Graham Potter to become Everton manager on July 2, 2021, and then performed the simulation using Football Manager 2021.
Football Manager (FM) is the most popular football management simulation game in the world. FM21, the most recent edition of the game, is currently available for PC, Mac, Mobile, Touch, and Xbox.
Potter’s Football Manager 2021 is a little different from the other managers we’ve looked at so far, with the 46-year-favoured old’s formation being 5-2-2-1 and a vertical tiki-taka style of play.
More than 800,000 people and 45,000 active clubs are represented in the Football Manager database.
Data is gathered via their international on-the-ground scouting network, which counts around 1,000 people and includes scouts and coaches that work in the football industry professionally.
Before we get started. The summary comes to a close.