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Everton: Vitor Pereira opens up on his interview for the job

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Everton: Vitor Pereira

Everton managerial candidate Vitor Pereira has opened about the interview as he waits for the club to decide whether he will be named as the successor to Rafael Benitez. He admitted to receiving good feedback during talks with Farhad Moshiri and chairman Bill Kenwright. Pereira said his first step would be to instill organization which has been lacking this season at the club

“I had a few interviews – not just one,” Everton managerial candidate Vitor Pereira said. “More than one interview with different people at the club. We discussed everything. I discussed with different people in the club and on the board. I gave them my point of view about the club and what I think about the team because they asked me to come, Moshiri and Bill Kenwright and other people in the club. I remember the time of [Phil] Jagielka, [Leighton] Baines, [Seamus] Coleman, [Tim] Howard, and I remember Goodison Park as a fortress and the passion of the supporters.”

“What I felt from the club, I think they were enthusiastic [about] what I proposed to them: an intensive game, a pressing game, a game with possession,” he added. “We need to give confidence again to the players and the team. We need to approach the fantastic supporters of the team again. This is what I proposed to them and what I felt in the meetings is that they were very positive with the interviews. The feedback from the interviews was good feedback.”

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