Ronald Kowman parted way with Everton following poor start to the season
Sport Nobs reported ealier about Koeman future when he said: “My future is out of my hands”, and now the Good is on ParkParkhave made their announcement
shortly after 1.30pm on Monday, with
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright and
CEO Robert Elstone having earlier
arrived at Finch Farm.
Everton, who spenymt heavily £150 million in the summer on signing new players like Michael Keane, Davy
Klaassen, Jordan Pickford, Gylfi
Sigurdsson and Wayne Rooney but
now lie 18th in the table having
made their third worst start to a
Premier League campaign.
The 5-2 loss to the Gunners was Everton’s fifth consecutive
match without a victory, with the
Toffees having won just two league
games this season, while they are
also bottom of their Europa League
group after two defeats and a draw in
their first three matches.
Before the clashed on Sunday, Koeman said that Everton’s owner have faith in him to turn his side ppoor form around, but the club’s hierarchy have clearly had a of heart.
“Everton can confirm that Ronald Koeman has left the
club,” a statement on Twitter said on Monday aftlenoon.
“Chairman Bill Kenwright, the board
of directors and major shareholder
Farhad Moshiri would all like to
express their gratitude to Ronald for
the service he has given to the club
over the past 16 months and for
guiding the club to seventh place in
last season’s Premier League
campaig,” when asked after the 5-2 loss if he felt
the result would cost him his job,
Koeman said: “I don’t know.”