Since arriving from Watford in May 2018, Marco Silva’s time at Everton has been very underwhelming. Despite the fact that he has spent around £200 million on transfers during his time at Everton by bringing in the likes of: Andre Gomes, Alex Iwobi, Moise Kean, Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Richarlison, Silva’s form at Everton has attracted criticism and pressure from Everton fans. Of course, Silva delivered some good results during his first season in charge, such as a 4-0 win over Manchester United and a 2-0 win over Chelsea. Since the start of the 19/20 season, Everton’s form has been terrible as after 8 Premier League games they find themselves in the relegation with 2 wins and 5 defeats, including defeats to newly promoted clubs Aston Villa and Sheffield United. As a result of their bad start to the season, many Everton fans are calling for Silva to get sacked, with there being rumours of Jose Mourinho returning to management to replace him. It’s difficult to understand why Everton have been so poor so far this season as their squad possesses a large amount of talent and quality, however, one thing that Silva could try is a change in formation. Every game this season Everton have played in a 4-2-3-1 formation with one loan striker up front, with many Everton fans wanting to see 2 attackers upfront, such as Kean and Calvert-Lewin playing together in strike. Since scoring goals has been a big issue this season for Everton as they have only scored 6 goals in the Premier League this season, so playing 2 upfront could help solve that problem and maybe improve Everton’s form and keep the pressure off Silva.