Date: 12th October 2019 at 8:27am
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After a testing start to the 2019/20 Premier League campaign, Everton find themselves rooted in the Premier League’s relegation zone and Marco Silva recently urged the board not to panic with pressure potentially mounting on his job at Goodison Park.

With four consecutive losses and just two wins in eight games, the Toffees’ aspirations of European qualification are seemingly fast-fading, though some Everton fans are considerably divided as to whether the Portuguese boss deserves more time on Merseyside to turnaround their domestic fortunes.

With the international break occurring and no Premier League football for another week, some Everton fans have been having their and many believe Silva’s time is up at Goodison.

And that’s because sports journalist Paul Brown has claimed that the Portuguese has been given three games to save his job…

Yet whilst Silva has received considerable criticism from some of Everton’s fanbase, some of the club’s fans have been quick to point out that owner Farhad Moshiri could arguably be worthy of some of the blame.

Since arriving at Everton, the British-Iranian businessman has attempted to fund Everton’s pursuit of the top-six, but has so far fallen short of the results required for transforming the Toffees into serious domestic and European contenders.

And some of the club’s fans feel that Moshiri has executed his plan incorrectly.