With the sacking of Rafa Benitez, Everton find themselves with a lot of unsatisfactory issues around the club.
After a defeat to lowly Norwich, and without a win in four, the Toffees sit 16th in the table, and are massively underachieving in terms of the expectations of the fans.
With only 19 points after 19 games, and six points from safety, Everton are in need of change, and fast.
Frustration has been growing around Goodison Park, and has been evident in some volatile home and away ends this season.
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Speculation s now rife around who will be the next manager.
Duncan Ferguson, Wayne Rooney and Roberto Martinez have all been strongly linked to take the place of Benitez.
The release of key players like Luca Digne may also provide problems for the side.
David Prentice, Sports Editor at Liverpool Echo, thinks it is important the fans stand behind the club and show support, in the most difficult of times.
He thinks the sale of Digne may not be a loss, but a forward move for adjustment and improvement:
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