Everton manager Roberto Martinez has been lauded in his first season at Goodison Park for the new style of play the side have successfully adapted to this campaign— while still managing to improve on a successful last season under former long-serving boss David Moyes, which saw them finish sixth with their second-highest ever points total (63).
As things stand, Everton are currently 11 points off their highest ever Premier League tally (65) with nine games still to play, which would mean Martinez could print his name in history if he can surpass the total.
But rumours have circulated that the former Wigan man could be exiting the club to replace another long-serving manager in Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger— as the latter’s contract expires this summer.
According to the Daily Mail, Wenger has already told his squad he’ll be exiting at the end of the season and subsequently there are many names being thrown into the hat to be Wenger’s eventual successor at Arsenal. But here are 10 reasons why Everton’s Roberto Martinez should not be one of them.