There was so much promise surrounding Everton at the start of the season after the team spent more than £100m on new signings.
Ronald Koeman and the owners had ambitions of challenging the top six in the Premier League, but as it stands, the team are a far cry from where they had hoped to be.
Koeman is no longer in the hotseat at Goodison Park and the club currently reside two points above the relegation zone.
The team have won just three of their 13 top-flight fixtures and life under interim coach David Unsworth is looking bleak considering that the last two results in all competitions have ended in a 5-1 defeat and 4-1 loss.
Everton made a managerial change over a month ago and numerous names, including Sam Allardyce and Marco Silva, have been linked to the position.
Despite this, the club are yet to appoint a permanent boss, which continues to leave the Toffees in a state of uncertainty.
Gary Lineker, who played for Everton between 1985 and 1986, believes that Everton need to bring stability to the club as soon as possible.
Everton need to get out of this malaise sharpish. The club’s a shambles at present. Really sad to see.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) November 26, 2017