Everton manager Ronald Koeman has today been sacked by the Merseyside club following an abysmal start to the Premier League season.
The Dutchman replaced Roberto Martinez last summer and guided the Evertonians to a 7th-placed finish in his first season in charge. Following a heavy investment of over £140 million this summer, the former Barcelona and Ajax man leaves with the club in the relegation zone after just two wins from nine league matches. His under-performing side suffered a humiliating 2-5 Premier League defeat to Arsenal yesterday afternoon at Goodison Park.
He joins his former Dutch colleague Frank de Boer and ex-Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare as the early managerial casualties in the Premier League this season.
The Dutch revolution has well and truly come falling down.