Found August 14, 2013 on Soccerlens:
Premier League 2013-14 preview: Everton to embrace attacking football under Martinez - originally posted on Soccerlens.comEverton are one of the clubs that have seen managerial changes in the summer. David Moyes, the man who kept Everton in a competitive shape joined Manchester United to fill the huge boots left by legendary Sir Alex Ferguson. Meanwhile Roberto Martinez was hired from Wigan to fill up even bigger boots at Everton. Expectations are there, especially after the club finished sixth last season. But, there is also a concoction of anger, fear, and trepidation too. Martinez is a good manager who believes in the philosophy of playing good attractive football. His Wigan side specialised in seeing off relegation consistently, hanging on by the skin of their teeth each and every season bar the last one, but any neutral would agree that the Latics had played some brilliant football at times, collecting high praise from all corners. Everton have qualified for Champions League p...

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