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Koeman can turn this around

Ronald Koeman has found himself under pressure (rightly so) eight games into a new season after disappointing results and below par performances. His perceived lack of integration within the...

When Yosser met Moshiri

By Rodger Armstrong I was a teenager in the 80s, a tumultuous time for the country, nowhere more than in the city of Liverpool. The 80s also saw the greatest...

Opinion: Koeman must go – standing still is not an option

By Doug Wood I used to joke that you could put 50 Everton fans in a pub and come up with 50 different opinions on what was best for Everton...

What does Everton mean to me?

By Matthew Barry As I enter my 4th decade on this planet today and whilst there is an international break, I’ve been able to sit and reflect on this question....

Life is Ironic

By James Johnson Have you ever had a job where you didn’t get on with your boss? You have an argument, you fall out, you leave and your new boss...

Koeman and the Everton comfort zone

By Gil What is it about Everton that makes people feel so comfortable? A blanket of comfort envelopes the club and many of those associated with it, supporters would more...

The Koeman Record

By Martin O'Connor Ronald Koeman signed a three year contract at Everton in the Sumer of 2016. Majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri lauded Koeman as a star manager in an interview...

How good can Michael Keane become at Everton?

Ronald Koeman, a manager known for his defensive nous, singled out Michael Keane in the summer as the ideal addition to bolster his Everton backline. The Toffees signed the...

Could Oumar Niasse Fill the Void Left by Lukaku?

Having sold your main goalscorer for a cool £76m, you would expect to have some kind of back-up plan in place. With significant funds in the pot and a...

Three at the back – Following a trend or habitual thinking for Koeman?

During the 2016/17 Premier League season, no fewer than seventeen teams dabbled with playing three at the back in many or even just a few of their games. A...