Frank de Boer is ready to take on Everton job, his twin brother tells talkSPORT

first_imgFrank de Boer would relish the chance to manage Everton, his twin brother Ronald has told talkSPORT.The Toffees sacked Roberto Martinez on Thursday and De Boer is among the favourites to succeed him.The Dutchman is available having parted company with Ajax earlier this week after five-and-a-half years in charge of the Amsterdam club.Ronald, a youth academy coach at Ajax, says it was the right time for his sibling to move on and claims he is ready for the challenge of leading a Premier League team.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, the former Barcelona and Netherlands star said: “Frank is very much interested in the job.“He has taken his coaching career step by step. He started with the Under-12s, then the Under-19s and then he took over from Martin Jol [as senior Ajax boss].“It is so important you learn the job slowly. He is now ready for the next step.“Frank has already showed with his five-and-a-half years at Ajax he brings something extra into the game. Some coaches you really see the idea behind the game and that is what Frank is capable of.“I hope they [Everton] think of Frank because I believe my brother is more than capable of handling the job but, of course, it is not for me to say.“The Everton board, of course, have to agree with it and there are a lot of other candidates who are capable of doing the job. We will wait and see.”Asked if there has been approach for Frank from Everton, Ronald added: ” We know in the press there is interest but at the moment I know there is not contact.”last_img