Followed by a shambolic start to the season, things got even trickier for Everton as the club announced the sacking of their manager Ronald Koeman yesterday.
A lot of concerns were raised by the fans and media about Ronald’s future in the club over the past few weeks and quite rightly so. After a decent first match against Stoke City, things started falling apart for the blue side of Merseyside.
Following a 5-2 defeat at home against Arsenal this weekend, that saw Everton slip into the relegation zone; the board finally decided to part ways with the Dutch manager.
— Everton (@Everton) October 23, 2017
However, according to Michael Davies, an Everton ITK with a decent track record, things might have gone a bit unsightly in the board room before the sacking happened.
Davies suggested that the Dutch manager was involved in a heated argument with the hierarchy after the weekend’s defeat and also mentions that his behavior throughout the tenure was not acceptable to the majority of the players causing unrest in the dressing room.