Will defeat at Arsenal mean the end for Koeman as Everton manager?

Doug Mendoza
October 20, 2017

Koeman revealed he was given strong backing during a meeting on at Finch Farm on Friday with chairman Bill Kenwright and majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.

Everton now sit bottom of their Europa League group after defeat to Lyon and are languishing down in 16th in the Premier League.

"We spoke about football", said Koeman, who came to Everton last season after a successful spell at Southampton. "There was not really a message but the feeling is they are behind the team, they are behind the manager".

'Everybody knows in football that's a nice thing but in football always, finally, it's all about results.

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The Blues now sit bottom of Group E without a win in their first two games, losing away at Atalanta and drawing at home with Apollon Limassol. "Until now it's full, total support from the board".

Everton host Lyon tonight as they bid to ignite their Europa League campaign. "The team had a fantastic record at Goodison last season and that was something we wanted to continue". We know if we're not playing well then the fans have a right to get on our case.

"We want to create chances, keep teams pinned in and put teams to the sword. The fans deserve to see that". James McCarthy made his long-awaited return from injury for Everton Under-23s on Tuesday and may be included in the squad to face Arsenal on Sunday, though Koeman confirmed the Irishman will play no part against Lyon.

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