Official: Everton Confirm That Ronald Koeman Has Left The Club With Immediate Effect

Chris Wright

23rd, October 2017


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October 2nd, 2017: Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri gives his “full and total support” to Ronald Koeman after spending £140million over the summer and overseeing a less than impressive start to the season, including a 1-0 defeat to Burnley the previous day.

October 15-19th: Everton muster a flat 1-1 draw against newly-promoted Brighton, followed by a tempestuous 2-1 home defeat against Lyon in the Europa League.

October 22nd: An Everton starting XI comprising of seven players signed by Koeman lose 5-2 against Arsenal at home, sinking into the relegation zone as a result.

October 22nd: Koeman stoically tells reporters he “still believes he can change the whole situation” at Everton given enough time.

October 23rd…

Life comes at you fast sometimes.

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  1. milt_palacio says:

    Saw the game yesterday and Everton looked like ass. No wing play, no central midfield, no possession. Only Pickford (who needs to chill a bit) hoofing it long to Calvert-Lewin. Having Rooney clog up the middle as a fraud eight certainly doesn’t help.

  2. Jarren says:

    I don’t know if this team can be fixed, as they are.

    It’s obviously not a lack of talent.

    Back to the drawing board to scrape a top 12 finish, or else relegation will beckon.

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