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Ronald Koeman and Everton desperate for spark after awful start to season

Despite Everton's poor start to the season, Ronald Koeman insists he still has the full backing from Everton's board.
Despite Everton's poor start to the season, Ronald Koeman insists he still has the full backing from Everton's board.
Despite Everton's poor start to the season, Ronald Koeman insists he still has the full backing from Everton's board.
Despite Everton's poor start to the season, Ronald Koeman insists he still has the full backing from Everton's board.

Despite supporter discontent increasing and the pressure on manager Ronald Koeman cranking up with each additional setback, the lack of action from the Everton hierarchy points to a club with a reputation for sticking by their managers, although the consensus is that former manager Roberto Martinez survived for at least a few months too many.

Koeman is just the fifth full-time occupant of the Everton dugout in the past 20 years. Each of the three permanent managers before Koeman remained in charge...

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Trending: Crowd incident mars Everton game; Giroud hits stunning winner

As Everton's torrid run in the Prem and Europe continues, the FC crew discuss whether or not a managerial change is needed.

Friday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...

EVERTONA 2-1 loss to Lyon at Goodison Park saw an ugly incident involving both teams and Everton could face punishment from UEFA after a fan holding a child appeared to aim a punch at a visiting player.

- WATCH: The Toffees have been woeful of late and it's hard not to wonder if this isn't the beginning of the end for Ronald Koeman.

ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger insists Jack Wilshere will soon get a chance...

Arsenal issues pale in comparison to Everton as axe swings for Koeman

As Everton's struggles persist, Craig Burley suggests Arsenal's visit could be Ronald Koeman's last chance to save his job.
Paul Mariner weighs in on Jack Wilshere's retort to Troy Deeney after the Watford forward called Arsenal's character into question.

Misery loves company and Goodison Park will play host to some group therapy on Sunday as troubled Arsenal visit traumatised Everton.

The Gunners need to get back on track, having suffered their third defeat of a still young season on Saturday, losing 2-1 in the final minutes against Watford; Everton did at least avoid defeat last weekend, but their performance in a 1-1 draw against Brighton was so anaemic that they took no pleasure in their point.

For Arsenal, the fear is that they are now losing...

Michael Keane's worst game in Everton shirt helps compound club's misery

A second-half brawl sparked both offences as Lyon's 2-1 victory heaped more pressure on Ronald Koeman and Everton.
As Everton's torrid run in the Prem and Europe continues, the FC crew discuss whether or not a managerial change is needed.

Another night of disappointment puts Everton on the brink of an early Europa League exit as 2-1 defeat to Lyon leaves the Toffees bottom of Group E with one point from three matches, six points behind Atalanta in top spot.

The concession of a needless penalty within the first five minutes set the tone for a third successive home game without a win in all competitions as the visitors continued the recent epidemic that has seen opposing teams continually score the opening goal against Everton.

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Everton must find three points against Lyon or lose all remaining optimism

Ronald Koeman acknowledges the pressure he's been put under after Everton fought back for a draw at Brighton.

Everton's quest for an ever-elusive turning point brings Lyon and Europa League football to Goodison Park on Thursday night. Even discounting domestic struggles for a moment, three points seem vital to prevent this European venture from ending before it has properly begun.

The visit of Lyon is also important in the wider context of returning to winning ways after failing to beat any of Apollon Limassol, Burnley or Brighton in the last three matches over all competitions. The visit of Arsenal on...

Rooney rescues Everton as Koeman's side look uninspired in Brighton draw

Wayne Rooney's 90th-minute penalty cancelled out Anthony Knockaert's opener to salvage a point for Everton at Brighton.
Wayne Rooney's 90th-minute penalty cancelled out Anthony Knockaert's opener to salvage a point for Everton at Brighton.
Ronald Koeman acknowledges the pressure he's been put under after Everton fought back for a draw at Brighton.

The problems facing Everton seem clear to everyone bar the one man paid to notice and attend to them. While a late Wayne Rooney penalty snatched a 1-1 draw at Brighton & Hove Albion and papered over numerous cracks within this setup, this was a case of same old, same old for manager Ronald Koeman.

For the ninth time in the past 10 games in all competitions, the opposition scored first. That this did not result in defeat owed more to a needless Bruno elbow on Dominic Calvert-Lewin for the penalty...