Ronald Koeman's reign as Everton manager has come to an end, the day after a crushing 5-2 Premier League defeat at home to Arsenal.
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The Dutchman leaves Goodison Park with the Merseysiders languishing in the bottom three and rock bottom of their Europa League group despite having spent around £140million this summer.
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