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Marco Silva refuses to discuss future after Merseyside derby defeat

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Marco Silva refuses to discuss future after Merseyside derby defeat

Marco Silva refuses to discuss future after Merseyside derby defeat

Marco Silva refused to discuss his future after Liverpool piled the pressure on the under-fire Everton manager with a 5-2 victory at Anfield.

Silva was pushed to the brink as the Toffees were routed by their neighbours in a one-sided Merseyside derby to slip into the bottom three of the Premier League.

It was Everton’s third successive defeat and an eighth in 11 games, leaving Silva under severe pressure and facing the sack.

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