RAFA BENITEZ admits his Everton future is no longer in his hands after he suffered another blow from angry fans.
The burning Spaniard now has just one win in 13 matches after 2-1 defeat to the bottom team Norwich.
One away fan even ran onto the pitch at Carrow Road to try to get to Benitez as his team fell within six points of the relegation zone.
“I am a professional and I have enough experience in these situations,” he said.
“I came here to fix the problems that happened in the last 5 years so what we have to do is analyze the mistakes we are making and try to avoid them.
“Other things I don’t have on hand. I’m just trying to do my job.
“I am really disappointed that we lost and disappointed for the fans who are going to support us. That is not an ideal situation.
“We have to improve everything on the pitch, keep working hard and try to make the right decisions.
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“We didn’t start the game well and after making some mistakes we had to climb another mountain.
“The team played much better in the second half and now that we have Richarlison, Calvert-Lewin, Mina and Doucoure back, we hope to be stronger.
“You can see that this is trying to be reactive but we have to be more proactive. We couldn’t concede a goal in the first few minutes and then tried to react.
“The positive thing is that we are reacting but these mistakes are costing us points and weekly matches.
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“We are doing a lot of good things for the future, bringing in new players, but we need to win on the pitch.”
Everton are currently 15th in the Premier League table, just six points ahead of Norwich in the relegation zone.
Next up for the Toffees is a home game against Aston Villa on Saturday.
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https://www.the-sun.com/sport/premier-league/4471183/rafa-benitez-everton-fans-norwich-loss/ Rafa Benitez admits Everton’s future is not out of his hands as fans go wild on the pitch and react with fury ahead of the Norwich defeat