2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
2-2-5, 18th in English Premier League
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Extra Time: Future FIFA award contenders, replacing Koeman (5:45)
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Darke: Everton panicked with Koeman sacking (0:57)
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Burley: Candidates for Everton job uninspiring (3:26)
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13hLuke O'Farrell

Five reasons why Koeman failed

Ronald Koeman always dreamed of returning to Barcelona, but in the meantime he was leading Everton into the bottom three. Here's why he had to go.

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15hIain Macintosh

Everton didn't click so Koeman had to go

Everton had their biggest-ever summer of spending but Ronald Koeman just couldn't put it together. As a result, he had to go, writes Iain Macintosh.

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Robson: Koeman lost the players (2:19)
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1dLuke O'Farrell

Pickford Everton's lone shining light

While Jordan Pickford let in five goals in the loss to Arsenal, the fact he had the most touches and attempted passes proves his team was little help.

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Marcotti: Everton sowed seeds of own destruction (1:35)
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1dIain Macintosh

Praise for Huddersfield, Koeman in trouble

In the Premier League this weekend: Huddersfield took down Jose Mourinho and Man United while time's running out for Ronald Koeman at Everton.

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Koeman responds to questions over Everton future (1:42)
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2dPA Sport

Koeman: My future is out of my hands

Ronald Koeman is unsure of his future as Everton boss after his side slipped back into the Premier League relegation zone with a 5-2 loss to Arsenal.

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2dIain Macintosh

Arsenal tear through sorry Everton

Arsenal have had a good week, capped by Sunday's dominant 5-2 win at Everton, while the pressure grows on Ronald Koeman after another sorry display.

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Everton 2-5 Arsenal: Koeman sacking imminent? (3:15)
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Alexis Sanchez makes it five for Arsenal (0:49)
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Everton's Niasse pulls a late goal back (0:40)
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Ramsey tacks on a fourth for Arsenal (0:47)
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Ozil and Lacazette combine for Arsenal's third (0:57)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1119th
Goals Scored7Tied-15th
Assists3Tied-18th
Goals Conceded1818th