Premier League side Everton have sacked manager Ronald Koeman following Sunday’s 5-2 home loss by Arsenal left them in the relegation zone.
Everton are 18th in the Premier League table and have won just two of their nine league matches this season.
The tactician became the third League managerial casualty of the current season after Frank de Boer left Crystal Palace and Leicester sacked Craig Shakespeare.
The Dutchman, who guided the Toffees to seventh spot in his first League season in charge last season, paid the price for a disappointing start to this League season despite having spent £140million in the summer.
Everton’s chances of progressing from UEFA Europa League Group E are very slim, with the the Merseysiders rock bottom after losses by Atalanta and Ligue 1 side Lyon and a draw with Apollon Limassol.