Everton's Dutch manager Ronald Koeman gestures on the touchline during the English Premier League football match between Everton and Burnley at Goodison Park in Liverpool, north west England on October 1, 2017. (AFP/Paul Ellis)
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Ronald Koeman paid the price for Everton's poor start to the season, losing his job Monday with the team in the Premier League relegation zone despite spending about $200 million on new players.Everton returned to continental competition by finishing seventh in the Premier League last season and Koeman benefited from about 150 million pounds ($198 million) in spending to strengthen the squad in the offseason to take the club to new highs.Everton didn't adequately replace Romelu Lukaku, who was sold to Manchester United for 75 million pounds, and has struggled for goals this season, netting only six in the league.
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