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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Koeman out?

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In today’s links: Everton lose again, Koeman could lose his job, and Keane owns team struggles

Everton FC v Apollon Limassol - UEFA Europa League Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images

Surely, Ronald Koeman’s time at the helm of Everton Football Club is getting short if the team continues to get results like they did over the weekend. They are struggling in Europe and they are struggling at home. The attacker’s lack the finishing touch and the defense is a sieve. It’s getting to the point where one man is going to shoulder the blame, whether right or wrong. Ugh.

In case you missed it

RECAP: Everton 0-1 Burnley
Blues beaten by bright Burnley.

Koeman denies his job is on the line
Manager’s comments after frustrating home loss.

Everton youngster avoids serious injury
Looked like a broken leg, but luckily Gethin Jones will be fine.

Monday’s Toffee Bites

Everton transfer rumours - Blues linked with Atletico Madrid forward - Liverpool Echo
A round-up of EFC transfer rumours and speculation from around the web.

Transfer gossip: Koeman, Bilic, Giroud, Gilardino, Johnstone - BBC Sport
Everton boss Ronald Koeman could lose his job, Slaven Bilic gets time to save West Ham role, Crystal Palace want Alberto Gilardino, plus more.

Koeman Bemoans Blues' Luck - EvertonFC.com
A frustrated Ronald Koeman said he could not question the spirit of his players after they did “everything” to try to force a comeback against stubborn Burnley.

Keane: It's Up To Players To Improve Results - EvertonFC.com
Michael Keane says Everton are “doing everything we can” in an effort to engineer an upturn in results – but paid the price for a lack of ruthlessness in the final third as they suffered a 1-0 defeat by Burnley.

Goodison Nark rears its head as Koeman faces huge task - Liverpool Echo
Analysis after Everton's disappointing 1-0 home defeat to Burnley.

What and How to Watch

NFL: Redskins at Chiefs, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN
NBA Preseason: Hornets at Celtics, 7:30 p.m. ET, NBA TV

Seriously, that’s it. There are, like, no sports right now. Football is on an international break. NBA and NHL is in the preseason and MLB’s postseason doesn’t start until Tuesday.

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