Everton majority shareholder backs Ronald Koeman as pressure grows

Kelly Massey
October 5, 2017

Everton are just two points above the bottom three, having drawn their first two matches in the Europa League, and the nature of some of their performances has been a cause for concern for a growing section of supporters.

And Keane, one of the big summer additions after a £30m transfer from Burnley, believes there is one simple explanation for the dramatic drop-off in form.

"We don't have that type of player at the moment". You need to be lucky in second balls, maybe everything.

They now sit in 16th spot - just two points above the relegation places.

Everton were booed off after a 1-0 home defeat to Burnley on Sunday, which Moshiri described as the only "unexpected" loss of the campaign.

The show of support - often perceived as a prelude to a sacking - was offered by the Blues' majority shareholder, Farhad Moshiri.

'He's a very good manager, a very good club and some very good players, ' he said. Everyone has to stand up and be counted. "It's down to us at the end of the day".

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"Of course we have to improve in winning games". Good shape, good energy and a will and desire to see the game through - I think that mixture is important. Maybe we could create more but it is not so easy against Burnley.

'We all have tough times - and players have tough times - where you have ups and downs.

"If you play European football, you don't have time".

Today's win came on the back of a 24-pass move, expertly finished by Jeff Hendrick.

"The four pre-qualifying UEFA [Europa League] and two group games on Thursdays haven't helped". But there is a long way to go'. Dyche further commented: "A lot of things are coming together".

"He has had his feet under the table since the start of last season and has had money to spend".

'Some circumstances are against the players at the moment and that is really hard at the moment'. They are fearless, put their bodies on the line. "I am so impressed with the way they are handling things".

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