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.
Everton began the 2016-17 season with a bang going unbeaten in the first six games, but their run came to a halt with a series of bad results that has drowned their hopes of clinching a Euro-competition spot this season. As such, Everton boss Ronald Koeman has backed their arch-rivals Liverpool to win the title
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
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
Southampton fans weren’t quite as spoiled this weekend as they were the week previous as Stoke City turned up at St Mary’s in a typically diligent and disciplined mood. The workmanlike approach of Mark Hughes’s team meant there would be no repeat of the 8-0 drubbing that did for Sunderland the week before and for