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Re: Should we sack Koeman?
« on: October 14, 2017, 01:50:14 PM »
I honestly think at this point we can relax - I think it would take something special for him to last the season.

He's lost the dressing room, the fans and he's had the old vote of confidence, which as we all know usually means anything but.

For him to stay would require an unbelievable upturn in form. I don't think that's beyond the realm of possibility, but I think it's more likely we'll slug our way to a new manager before the end of the month.

What evidence is there that hes lost the dressing room? Likewise fans, I want him to stay and on the polls it was pretty split. He has had the vote of confidence, but history would tell you that this usually means just that at Everton. Granted if we lose the next 3 I think he'll go but 3 games is a lot of time in football.

My genuine feeling is that the vote of confidence was just that, and there is an acceptance at board level that they messed up big time by not securing a striker, and that will give Koeman more time than most think

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