After starting the weekend in an already precarious sixteenth place in the Premier League, Everton now find themselves in the relegation zone after suffering a five-two loss at the hands of Arsenal. Questions over the job Ronald Koeman had been doing had been ongoing for a while after a series of poor results but this
Everton’s 2-5 home loss to Arsenal on Sunday was the final nail in Ronald Koeman’s coffin as the Toffees hierarchy decided to sack him today. The former Southampton manager worked at Goodison Park in the previous 17 months, but after series of poor results this season, it became evident that he had to go. After
Everton displayed another disappointing performance as their suffered a devastating 2-5 home loss to Arsenal on Sunday, and it could be the end of Ronald Koeman’s reign at Goodison Park. Poor run of results The Toffees are without a victory in the last five matches, and the Thursday’s 1-2 home defeat to Lyon in
Sunday’s home defeat to a spirited Burnley was a disaster for Ronald Koeman and Everton, it was understood and accepted that the team had been handed a tough start to the season with away trips to Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea coming before October, however in matches the team should have won, they have
With Frank De Boer the first managerial casualty in the Premier League, football fans English football must be asking themselves, who is next? With Slaven Bilic Mark Hughes and Antonio Conte bookmakers favourite to face the axe earlier in the season, one potential name has been sounded out due to his and the clubs latest
It is easy to see the impact of Farhad Moshiri’s finance and determination to propel Everton into the Champions League picture when you analyse the club’s transfer business thus far this summer. The squad has been significantly bolstered both in terms of depth and first-team quality with the arrivals of Davy Klaassen, Michael Keane, Sandro
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.