Even if we are mid-table at the end of the season, I am not sure I would fire Koeman.
Honestly, I have NEVER understood the idea of firing someone... just to replace him with someone else who has been already sacked 5-6 times previously. If the person that would replace the outgoing manager has already been sacked themselves 5-6 times, how good can they be?
Most manager in English football are a reused group of people who on average can't hold a job 18 months on average. I doubt more than a handful could get jobs outside of England. Koeman is one.If we get rid of Koeman, I would be upset if we go the same, sad, tired and unimaginative route of hiring another manager who has lasted 1-2 years (max) in any job they have had.
Thus, I would rather keep Koeman and give him time. Years, frankly.