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Everton: Rafael Benitez says he cannot fix club’s problems in five months

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Everton: Rafael Benitez says he cannot fix club's problems in five months

Everton boss Rafael Benitez believes that it will take more than five months to solve the club’s problems after four or five years of frustration. Benitez was not the most popular figure when he took over at the start of the season given his history with fierce rivals Liverpool. He was hurled with abuses when he removed the injured Richarlison during their defeat at Crystal Palace. He revealed he spoke to owner Farhad Moshiri and is confident about his position.

“I was talking with Mr. Moshiri this morning. I have meetings with the chairman, the chief executive and they are supporting me,” Everton manager Rafael Benitez said. “They have experienced changing managers, they have experienced trying to adapt things and it was not working. Which is the feeling of the last years for any Everton fan: success or frustration? You know the answer. I have a lot of fans that are telling me the same. They know the problems are not just ones you can fix in just five months.”

“When I talk with the owner, the chairman, and the chief exec nearly every day we talk about what we want to do for the future, not just the present,” he added. “We are thinking about January and not just January after to see what we can do to make the team stronger. Yes, the idea was to be here three years-plus with the new stadium. You still have to keep doing your job. One game will put us in the top 10.”

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