My future is out of my hands – Koeman

Ronald Koeman is not sure whether he’s still going to be manager after Everton drop to relegation zone

Ronald Koeman of Everton

Ronald Koeman is unsure of his future as Everton manager father the Good is on Park slipped back into the Premier
League relegation zone with a 5-2
home defeat to Arsenal.

The pressure has begin to increase on Koeman who spent £150 million on
new signings in the summer,
following a fifth defeat in nine league
matches.

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When asked whether the heavily loss could cost him his job KKoeman told Sky Sports, “I don’t know.

“I told the players I believe in them,
the commitment of the players, but if
you are negative thinking — and
everybody is doing that in this
moment; all these kinds of decisions
are not in my hands. That is normal because that is
football.

“We have played nine
Premier League games, against the
first five of the Premier League last
season, but this is not the position
that is good for Everton. I understand that.

“I have worked a
long time in football. First of all, I
don’t think it is too late [to turn
things around].”

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