The premier League keeps recording different issues from sacking to bringing top Elite managers, but ahead of 15th league game against Arsenal at Goodison Park, Everton are set to be without their top football director Marcel Brands, whom decided to part ways with the club last night with immediate effect.With only 1 win in their previous 15 league matches, the Toffees looks more likely to fall into the relegation zone line that reviving to a top 10 spot, and this has contributed to Maercel Brands' official departure with immediate effect. And now the club has informed the coach Rafael Benitez on the next plans to fully give their full support.
As reported by club's official website, the report indicated:
"A strategic review of the football structure will take place (after Marcel Brands departure). In the meantime, the owner & board will continue to provide Rafa Benitez with their full support."The Toffees face a hard task today when they face the rejuvenated Arsenal, who lost their previous league game to Manchester United on Thursday last week.But it's up to Arteta's side to set their ways straight for a Win.
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