After spending more than £100 million on players last summer, many fans are questioning manager Ronald Koeman’s ability to lead Everton as they have just won two wins from eight Premier League game and sit two points above the relegation zone.
Reports are circulating that Koeman may be sacked anytime soon as he has spent a lot but could not deliver the goods.
Majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri and Chairman Bill Kenwright visited the club’s Finch Farm training camp last week and spoke to Koeman.
“We spoke about football,” said Koeman.
“There was not really a message but the feeling is they 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. Until now it’s full, total support from the board, yes.”
Koeman, however, acknowledges that the job of a manager is a difficult task especially after the Foxes sacked manager Craig Shakespeare on Tuesday.
“Everybody knows in football the manager’s job is a really difficult job because things change really fast,” added Koeman.
“Most of the time the manager doesn’t get time to improve the team. It’s football, it’s hard to take for the managers but it’s part of the job.”