'I'm done' - Everton fans react after reported approach for Italian manager
By Danny Wright
Everton fans have become enraged on Twitter after it was reported that the club had approached Walter Mazzarri to replace the under-pressure Ronald Koeman as manager.
The Dutch boss has endured a tough start to the season despite spending big over the summer with his side winning just two of their opening seven Premier League games.
The Sun have since reported that Everton have made contact with Italian manager Mazzarri over potentially replacing Koeman.
It is understood that the ex-Watford boss is keen on becoming the next boss at Goodison Park and is on standby to fly into Merseyside for an interview should Koeman face the axe.
Everton fans on Twitter aren’t happy with the news and don’t think that the former Napoli boss would be any better than their current man at the helm.
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Here is a selection of their tweets:
If they appoint him I’m done with them
— Simon J Villiers (@sjv_simon) October 3, 2017
Not having for a second that #Everton view Walter Mazzarri as a serious contender should Koeman leave
— IanWJC (@Ghedin1878) October 3, 2017
— blue is the colour (@DJC1953) October 3, 2017
From Italy. Lol ok????????????????
— Michael (@greenallefc) October 2, 2017
Hope there is no substance to the Walter Mazzarri links with the Everton job!
— P (@Paul_M__H) October 3, 2017
— AllarDyche (@DJRandall) October 2, 2017
— Liam Lewis (@Liam17Lewis) October 2, 2017
If bowman does go who do we want to replace him surely there has to be better than mazzarri out there
— Alan Sanders (@toffeeweb10) October 2, 2017
Mazzarri had his contract terminated by Watford at the end of last season despite leading them to Premier League safety before he was replaced by Marco Silva.
Everton have had a tough run of fixtures to start off the season but things don’t exactly get better after the international break with Lyon, Arsenal and Chelsea all awaiting the out-of-form Merseysiders.
In other Everton news, Ian Wright has suggested how long Koeman has to turn things around at Goodison Park.