Everton FC have confirmed through their social media platforms that they have parted ways with manager Ronald Koeman.
Ronald Koeman had entered into his second season at Goodison park. After spending illustriously during the summer, many had thought that Everton would go on to be a force in the English Premier League and Europe.
A string of very poor results clearly showed that Koeman was already at the verge of losing his job with the side.
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On Sunday, Everton hosted Arsenal and both teams were looking at getting some positive results but it was an afternoon in which Arsenal were more than just superior.
For the first time, Arsene Wenger who was celebrating his 68th birthday was able to beat Koeman. Wenger had his trio of Ozil, Sanchez and Lacazette with the help of Monreal and Aaron Ramsey who ensured that Arsenal beat Everton by 5-2 goals.
For any Toffees fan, Sunday was an afternoon that they quickly wanted to be erased from their memory and as the game concluded, many of the fans were calling for the head of Koeman.
Rumor has it that Everton chairman Bill Kenwright and majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri are lining up the return of former manager David Moyes to try and guide the club back to winning ways so as to salvage their season.
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