Everton's Farhad Moshiri: Ronald Koeman has my total support

Jay Jacobs
October 5, 2017

After a busy summer in the transfer market, the Toffees were expected to be fighting for a European spot thanks to the backing of majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.

Everton face Burnley on Sunday having won just twice in the Premier League this season.

"Things can change quickly, we've had a bad start to the season but we are still not too far from where we want to be", said Keane.

He also think there's not much more his men could've done in Sunday's 1-0 loss to visiting Burnley. The 4 pre-qualifying UEFA games and 2 group games on Thursdays haven't helped.

"There is mental and physical fatigue and seven injuries".

After spending more than £100m on new signings in the summer, expectations were raised on Ronald Koeman's team, whose aim has been to break into the top six in the Premier League.

After the match, Koeman told Sky Sports: "I'm not unhappy what I saw from the team, they showed today how we had to play".

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Everton have lost just one game at home against Burnley out of 14 they have played against them, winning 10.

Koeman's Everton are next in action after the global break away at Brighton.

The failure to adequately replace Romelu Lukaku in the summer has cost Everton, who have scored only four Premier League goals this season - three fewer than the Belgium worldwide has managed for Manchester United.

"Of course, you like to work with the players every day to improve the team, but maybe in this situation it is good to have an worldwide break".

Burnley had to wait until their penultimate away game, against Crystal Palace, to record a win on the road last season and the fixture list handed Sean Dyche's team a testing start to the current campaign.

"I know there's a bit of noise round here about how they're playing but there are still some very good players (in the Everton squad). All the stuff and the questions is not in my hands", he said.

Koeman has the support of club chiefs despite the slump in form and Stubbs hopes they give the Dutchman time to turn things around.

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