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Everton must find three points against Lyon or lose all remaining optimism

Ronald Koeman acknowledges the pressure he's been put under after Everton fought back for a draw at Brighton.

Everton's quest for an ever-elusive turning point brings Lyon and Europa League football to Goodison Park on Thursday night. Even discounting domestic struggles for a moment, three points seem vital to prevent this European venture from ending before it has properly begun.

The visit of Lyon is also important in the wider context of returning to winning ways after failing to beat any of Apollon Limassol, Burnley or Brighton in the last three matches over all competitions. The visit of Arsenal on...

Rooney rescues Everton as Koeman's side look uninspired in Brighton draw

Wayne Rooney's 90th-minute penalty cancelled out Anthony Knockaert's opener to salvage a point for Everton at Brighton.
Wayne Rooney's 90th-minute penalty cancelled out Anthony Knockaert's opener to salvage a point for Everton at Brighton.
Ronald Koeman acknowledges the pressure he's been put under after Everton fought back for a draw at Brighton.

The problems facing Everton seem clear to everyone bar the one man paid to notice and attend to them. While a late Wayne Rooney penalty snatched a 1-1 draw at Brighton & Hove Albion and papered over numerous cracks within this setup, this was a case of same old, same old for manager Ronald Koeman.

For the ninth time in the past 10 games in all competitions, the opposition scored first. That this did not result in defeat owed more to a needless Bruno elbow on Dominic Calvert-Lewin for the penalty...

Rooney rescues point but Koeman under pressure after Everton draw

Wayne Rooney's late penalty rescued a draw for under-pressure Everton manager Ronald Koeman.
Wayne Rooney's late penalty rescued a draw for under-pressure Everton manager Ronald Koeman.

BRIGHTON -- Three quick thoughts on Brighton 1-1 Everton in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

1. Troubled Koeman gets lucky

Ronald Koeman took a gamble when he signed Wayne Rooney this summer. Rooney just paid him back. The former England captain's 90th minute penalty at Brighton salvaged a point for Everton on what might otherwise have been a disastrous day for the Dutch manager. Goalkeeper Mat Ryan's extraordinary reactions prevented the visitors snatching all three points in injury time...

Desperate Koeman in must-win territory at travel-sick Everton

The ESPN FC crew discuss rumours surrounding Ross Barkley's Everton future.

A trip to newly promoted Brighton on Sunday already feels like a must-win game for Everton after four successive home games expected to signal a revival became another false dawn.

Poor results have seen manager Ronald Koeman shirk responsibility and rotate a conveyor belt of excuses. Fans have little time for such platitudes and need action on the pitch rather than empty promises off it. Koeman's present ignorance of problems on the pitch combined with a lack of accountability off it mirrors his...

Ross Barkley's value to Everton shown by Koeman's lacklustre No. 10s

With just seven points from seven games, the FC guys share their thoughts on Ronald Koeman's future as Everton manager.
Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop assess the latest transfer rumours, including Ross Barkley to Tottenham.

It has seemed a recipe for regressions. Everton have spent £144 million and gone into the bottom five. They have scored three fewer league goals as a team than the striker they sold, Romelu Lukaku, has mustered on his own for Manchester United.

Yet the forward is not the only man they are missing. Ross Barkley is injured but not gone. Everton replaced him without finding him an alternative employer. And not once, but three times. Change may have been enforced by Barkley's refusal to sign...