Everton supporters want Ronald Koeman sacked NOW!

Esther Moore
September 16, 2017

It was nearly at this point of last season when Everton embarked on a run of just one win in 11 games while Koeman experienced a similarly lean spell with Southampton the season before.

Mourinho believes that a legend's welcome should be on the cards for the Englishman, who is in line to feature despite his personal life coming into focus in recent weeks.

"I think he'll get the welcome that he deserves".

And Mourinho says that Rooney is a true Manchester Inited legend in an era when legendary status is handed out far too easily.

When asked about the expectations there have been about Everton's season, Koeman, whose side face Manchester United away on Sunday, said: "Maybe my personal expectations are a little bit different than most of the people".

Gylfi Sigurdsson, Davvy Klassen and Wayne Rooney may all be good, technical players, but they largely perform similar roles.

Mourinho expects the Old Trafford faithful to show the 31-year-old the appreciation he deserves, but the United boss hopes supporters put that welcome on hold during the match.

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That, for Ronald Koeman, was the last straw and will now speak to his players about their extreme drop in form this season.

Everton, meanwhile, have struggled on the road in the league this calendar year and have only won once away from Goodison Park; they can be backed at 39/4 (10.75) to cause an upset whilst the draw is 17/4 (5.25).

He said: "What I don't like is to go out and tell the media what I tell the players".

"[He has made] an easy interaction into our group and the way the team tries to play has a good relationship with his qualities as a player, he came at the right moment in his career".

They are 16th in the league table, and 19th in the Squawka performance score rankings on 69 points. "I still think he has a couple of months".

And Ferdinand, who spent over a decade at United as a player, believes the Belgium global will become a hero for his former club if can shine at pivotal times. For some reason Koeman made a decision to play him out on the left against Spurs and he was pretty ineffective all game. The former Manchester United defender faced his fair share of world-class strikers and often came out on top in those duels so may know a thing or two about what it takes to lead the line for one of the best in Europe.

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