Ranking every Everton manager of the Moshiri era by their PL record

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Everton manager Rafael Benitez, Goodison Park, Liverpool, September 25, 2021

Everton are looking for yet another manager under Farhad Moshiri after sacking Rafa Benitez – but how did the Spaniard’s record at Goodison compare to his predecessors? 

When Moshiri bought a 49.9% share in Everton in 2016, the Iranian businessman promised success for Evertonians.

But six years, five managers and zero trophies later, they are still no closer to achieving it.

Benitez’s controversial reign at Goodison Park came to an end on Sunday after less than seven months in charge, marking another failed managerial appointment.

We have ranked Everton’s managers by their worst to best points-per-game record in the Premier League from worst to best, incorporating the period from Bobby Brown Shoes in 2016 up to Agent Rafa in 2022.

We’ve left out two interim coaches, but their win percentages are as follows: David Unsworth, 100% (only one league game) and Duncan Ferguson, 33.33%.

Rafa Benitez

Games: 19
Wins: 5
Draws: 4
Losses: 10

Goals Per Game: 1.26
Goals Against Per Game: 1.79
Win Percentage: 31.82%
Points Per Game: 1.00

READ: Every word of Rafa Benitez and Lucas Digne’s breakdown at Everton

Ronald Koeman

Games: 47
Wins: 19
Draws: 12
Losses: 16

Goals Per Game: 1.47
Goals Against Per Game: 1.32
Win Percentage: 41.38%
Points Per Game: 1.17

Marco Silva

Games: 53
Wins: 19
Draws: 11
Losses: 23

Goals Per Game: 1.32
Goals Against Per Game: 1.38
Win Percentage: 40%
Points Per Game: 1.28

Sam Allardyce

Games: 24
Wins: 9
Draws: 7
Losses: 8

Goals Per Game:  1.13
Goals Against Per Game: 1.13
Win Percentage: 38.46%
Points Per Game: 1.42

Roberto Martinez

Games: 113
Wins: 43
Draws: 34
Losses: 36

Goals Per Game: 1.46
Goals Against Per Game: 1.27
Win Percentage: 42.86%
Points Per Game: 1.44

Carlo Ancelotti

Games: 58
Wins: 25
Draws: 14
Losses: 19

Goals Per Game: 1.22
Goals Against Per Game: 1.29
Win Percentage: 46.27%
Points Per Game: 1.53

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