Looking back towards the club’s last trip to Anfield is likely to be a particularly painful experience for those in Everton blue with the Toffees having been totally dismantled in a 4-0 defeat that all but marked the end of the Roberto Martinez era. However on Saturday Ronald Koeman leads his team back to Anfield
Last week, Everton manager Ronald Koeman provided a unique moment of honest evaluation regarding the future of Romelu Lukaku, as the Dutchman asserted that the striker will have to leave Goodison Park to fulfill his potential. “His potential is greater and higher than Everton as a final destination,” Koeman said in the Belgian newspaper HLN.
It was slightly disappointing to hear Everton fans, with their team 0-3 up against Sunderland, gleefully booming out a rendition of “you’re getting sacked in the morning” towards their old manager David Moyes on Monday night. Moyes had given Everton 11 years’ service in which he guided the club to five top 6 finishes and
Everton fans will want to forget about their inconsistent 2015-16 campaign. Roberto Martinez was a nice guy but he simply couldn’t cut it at the top level and was rightfully sacked towards the end of the season. Despite his reasonable win percentage, the former Wigan Athletic boss’ downfall was his insistence on prioritising performance over
So, Koeman has made the move to become the new Everton manager. The news has seemingly been received positively by the Toffees faithful after a somewhat nightmarish 2015/16 season with Martinez at the helm. With a compensation packet of roughly the £3.5 million mark, along with the compensation fees to be agreed for the backroom