Ronald Koeman confident he retains full support of Everton board

Ronald Koeman confident he retains full support of Everton board

Ronald Koeman confident he retains full support of Everton board

Everton take on Ligue 1 side Lyon at Goodison Park knowing defeat would all but end their hopes of reaching the knockout stages.

And while there is arguably no comparison between Everton and Newcastle in regards to how busy they were in the summer - and thus, the Toffees may have been hoping their active window may have tempted the Spaniard to consider making a move - it certainly appears that there is a huge amount to be positive about at St James' Park now, and Benitez seemingly wants to be a part of that.

Everton defender Michael Keane reiterated his manager's words and called for the team to emulate last season's impressive home form, when they lost just two of their 19 league matches at Goodison Park.

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RONALD KOEMAN feels he has retained the Everton board's backing having met with majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, although the Dutchman accepts his position is dependent on results.

Koeman, whose decision to persuade the board to pay £45 million ($59 million) for Gylfi Sigurdsson is yet to be repaid with performances from the Icelandic star on the pitch, joked when asked if he felt he was four matches away from a crisis. "Everyone knows the manager's job is a hard job because things change really fast".

Lyon have yet to pick up a win in Group H either, with two draws so far, meaning both sides are in desperate need of a victory.

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Of course they had a good lunch and yes, they spoke about football. With two of those games also coming in front of their own fans, the Blues can be sure of raucous support if they perform to the standards that are expected of them.

"There was not really a message but the feeling is that they (Everton's board) are behind the team, they are behind the manager".

"Everybody knows in football that's a nice thing but in football always, finally, it's all about results".

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"For now I have full support from the board but we all know our results need to improve".

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