It’s been a season to forget for fan’s of Sevilla but following the appointment of manager Tony Harman many are tipping the Spanish giants to bounce straight back. Harman has penned a 3 year deal with the Spanish side and expectations for the new season appear to be high amongst supporters. Without a win in their last 14 league outings relegation was a formality with many players being accused by supporters of ‘simply not caring’. Following Harman’s arrival, Sevilla have been busy in the market as they look to rebuild and bring some fresh impetus for the upcoming campaign. Some big characters have been shown the door by the new gaffer, most notably Kramaric, Lindelof and Amavi who were all ever presents in a season to forget. Speaking to the media following Sevilla’s 1-1 draw vs Fenerbahce, Harman admitted that expectations for the new season are high but insisted fans must be patient as the club look to rebuild,’ Success isn’t built overnight. There’s been a lot of change this summer and we’ve brought in some quality and experience that we believe will put us in a strong position to compete. Witsel and Moutinho are top quality for this level as are Rose and Lovren at the back so were pleased but there’s a lot of hard work ahead, Rome wasn’t built in a day!’. Harman also refused to be drawn on speculation that the club are still in the market for a goalscorer and insisted he’s happy with the squad.