Allardyce said: "I've always thought Everton was a great club". That's hard when you're losing but the win last night over West Ham and the magnificent atmosphere around Goodison, which was just brilliant, well that's lifted everybody around the club.
However, Sky Sports are today claiming to be privy to the striking of a pact between Allardyce and the Toffees, a deal that will see current caretaker manager David Unsworth return to his role as head of the Under-23 side...
Over the past two years, Allardyce has managed to keep up Sunderland and then Palace despite the teams being in serious danger of relegation when he took over.
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But after leaving Crystal Palace just a few months ago, the 63-year-old revealed he would not consider another job in club football, and would only be interested in taking the reins of a national side in the future.
The Toffees announced that Allardyce will finalise terms at the club's USM Finch Farm training ground on Wednesday.
Everton are now sitting 17th in the table, two points ahead of the Hammers.
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The sacking of Ronald Koeman in October has not produced the desired effect, with Everton recording one win, one draw and five defeats in all competitions since Unsworth took over.
An agreement could not be reached at the time but, after Everton failed with an attempt for Watford boss Marco Silva, progress was made over the key aspect of the length of a contract for Allardyce earlier this week. So with that in mind it's no wonder Everton are throwing a lot of money at a manager who's never been relegated. However, the club started poorly in both the Premier League and the Europa League.
Can Allardyce get Everton going?
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Further forward, Allardyce will need to get Everton scoring more, something the team has struggled to do since selling Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United for 75 million pounds ($97 million) during the summer.