Ronald Koeman

Everton

Everton can forget about appointing this manager,

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A Spanish football expert insists Everton can forget about luring Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone to Goodison Park.

Sky Sports claimed that Simeone is majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri’s top target to take over from Ronald Koeman, but ESPN journalist Dermot Corrigan has dismissed the idea via his Twitter page.

Tuesday Kickoff: Arsenal eyes Keylor Navas, Everton after Diego Simeone and more

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English coaching searches headline the news while one Premier League club could be eyeing a CONCACAF star.

Arsenal is reportedly eyeing Keylor Navas as Petr Cech's replacement. (REPORT)

Everton's ownership reportedly wants to bring in Diego Simeone as club manager following the firing of Ronald Koeman.

4/6 favourite gives his verdict on the task facing new Everton manager

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Sam Allardyce has revealed his blueprint for getting Everton out of trouble.

The former England boss is currently 4/6 favourite to be appointed as the club’s new manager following Ronald Koeman’s sacking two weeks ago.

David Unsworth has overseen three defeats as Everton’s caretaker manager and Allardyce has now staked his claim to take over at Goodison Park.

Dyche departure would be ‘blow’ for Burnley

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London (AFP) – Burnley’s Jack Cork said it would be a “massive blow” for the club if manager Sean Dyche leaves for Premier League strugglers Everton.

Dyche celebrated five years in charge last week but remains heavily linked with the Toffees, whose caretaker boss David Unsworth is striving to make an impression before this month’s international break.

Vardy gives Puel perfect start as Leicester boss

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London (AFP) – Jamie Vardy gave Claude Puel the perfect start to his Leicester City reign on Sunday as the former Premier league champions returned to their counter-attacking best, brushing aside managerless Everton 2-0.

In a throwback to their 2015-16 title-winning season, Leicester caused problems for the visiting side from the start, breaking with pace and purpose as Demarai Gray proved a real handful for the struggling Merseyside team on just his second league start of the campaign.

Top quality manager open to an approach from Everton, he would be a terrific addition

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Everton have sacked Ronald Koeman after a poor start to the season and the Toffees have put their U23s manager David Unsworth in charge for now.

However, it is believed that Everton are looking for a quality long-term replacement for the Dutch manager and they have identified the former Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel as a target.

Does Mesut Ozil only perform well when Arsenal face smaller teams?

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Arsenal totally over-ran Everton on Sunday with a record amount of shots on target for this season, and Mesut Ozil himself was sublime with an assist and a goal and creating 8 chances for his team-mates, sending Everton into the relegation zone and putting the final nail into Ronald Koeman's coffin. But according to the [.

Everton put Unsworth in temporary charge after Koeman sacking

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London (AFP) – Everton on Tuesday appointed their Under-23 coach David Unsworth as caretaker manager following the sacking of Ronald Koeman.

The 44-year-old will be in the dugout for Wednesday’s intimidating trip to champions Chelsea in the last 16 of the League Cup.

Unsworth is a firm favourite with the fans having served the club with distinction as a player, making 350 appearances during two spells at Goodison Park.

Reports: Phil Neville And Ryan Giggs Wish To Be Considered For Everton Managerial Vacancy Despite Not Really Being Managers

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Phil Neville is reportedly interested in stepping into the vacant managerial vortex at Everton, following Ronald Koeman's departure on Monday.

We suspect Neville is interested in the same way Pies would like to discover an envelope stuffed with folding money on our doormat every morning, but let's press on.

Bilic seeks Cup respite to league troubles

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London (AFP) – West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is under even more serious pressure after Ronald Koeman’s sacking by Everton on Monday but he will hope for a filip in Wednesday’s Last 16 League Cup action.

Media reports suggest that Bilic, who made his name as Croatian national coach, has been given two matches to salvage his job but a trip away to in-form Tottenham Hotspur is probably not the sort of challenge one would want as one of them.

Bilic seeks Cup respite to league troubles

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London (AFP) – West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is under even more serious pressure after Ronald Koeman’s sacking by Everton on Monday but he will hope for a filip in Wednesday’s Last 16 League Cup action.

Media reports suggest that Bilic, who made his name as Croatian national coach, has been given two matches to salvage his job but a trip away to in-form Tottenham Hotspur is probably not the sort of challenge one would want as one of them.

Everton need to act fast – Sam Allardyce is their man

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Everton’s sacking of Ronald Koeman has sparked plenty of rumours about who should take over, but only one man should be in the frame – Sam Allardyce.

Sean Dyche, Chris Coleman, David Moyes and Carlo Ancelotti have all been linked to the job and while there are arguments to be made for each of them, Allardyce is the standout candidate.

Everton looks for a new manager

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Monday's soccer news starts with Ronald Koeman no longer the manager of Everton. The club fired Koeman on Monday, the day after a 5-2 home loss to Arsenal in the Premier League. Everton lost 2-1 at home to Lyon in the Europa League on Thursday. The club is currently in 18th-place, at the bottom of four clubs tied on eight points.

Retro Football: Rough, Tough Barcelona Defender Ronald Koeman Dresses Up As Tintin For Magazine Photoshoot, 1993 (Photo)

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Long before he was Everton's latest former manager, Ronald Koeman was a damn fine, imposing centre back with skin pale as milk and hair of the finest spun sunlight.

During his time at Barcelona in the early 1990s, Koeman aquired the nickname 'Tintin' due to the physical similarities he supposedly shared withHergé's courageous cartoon creation of the same name.

Monday Kickoff: Everton dismisses Koeman, Mbappe wins Golden Boy and more

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A Premier League club has made a change following a poor start to the season.

Everton has parted ways with Ronald Koeman following the team's poor start to the 2017 season, which currently sees the club in a relegation battle. (REPORT)

Kylian Mbappe was recognized as European soccer's Golden Boy for 2017.

Official: Everton Confirm That Ronald Koeman Has Left The Club With Immediate Effect

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October 2nd, 2017: Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri gives his "full and total support" to Ronald Koeman after spending £140million over the summer and overseeing a less than impressive start to the season, including a 1-0 defeat to Burnley the previous day.

Arsenal: Gunners Cruise To Victory Over Everton As Pressure Mounts On Ronald Koeman (Video)

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Everton slipped into the relegation after a 5-2 drubbling at the hands of Arsenal at Goodison Park on Sunday.

Arsenal started superbly but after failing to make the most of a number of good chances, it was none other than Wayne Rooney who would open the scoring,

The goal came after the pedestrian Granit Xhaka was robbed in midfield, before Rooney produced a fine curling long-range strike which recalled his famous goal against the Gunners in 2002.

Rooney goal in vain as Arsenal send Everton into drop zone

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Liverpool (AFP) – Wayne Rooney recreated his famous first league goal for Everton against Arsenal on Sunday but it was not enough to prevent his struggling team falling to a 5-2 defeat and into the Premier League bottom three.

Goals from Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette proved pivotal as Everton continued their worst start to a season in nine years, with this latest reverse adding to the mounting pressure on Everton manager Ronald Koeman.

Rooney goal in vain as Arsenal send Everton into drop zone

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Liverpool (AFP) – Wayne Rooney recreated his famous first league goal for Everton against Arsenal on Sunday but it was not enough to prevent his struggling team falling to a 5-2 defeat and into the Premier League bottom three.

Goals from Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette proved pivotal as Everton continued their worst start to a season in nine years, with this latest reverse adding to the mounting pressure on Everton manager Ronald Koeman.

Koeman supported by Everton board, needs to beat Arsenal, 11/4 to be axed next

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Everton boss Ronald Koeman says the club’s board have supported him, but he admits a defeat against Arsenal on Sunday could signal the end of his time at Goodison Park.

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Everton head into the game 16th in the Premier League and without a win in their last four games in all competitions.

"Dishevelled" Everton boss blasted, weight questioned, he's not in control

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Former Crystal Palace owner Simon Jordan believes Ronald Koeman’s “dishevelled” demeanour is sending the wrong signals to Everton’s players.

Thursday’s 2-1 defeat at home Lyon in the Europa League has heaped further pressure on Koeman, with the Dutchman now long odds on to be the next Premier League manager to leave his role.

Lyon beat Everton to pile pressure on Koeman

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Paris (AFP) – Lyon piled the pressure on Everton manager Ronald Koeman with a 2-1 Europa League win at Goodison Park on Thursday, while Olivier Giroud’s acrobatic late strike snatched Arsenal a 1-0 victory over 10-man Red Star Belgrade.

Nabil Fekir’s penalty put French side Lyon ahead early on as Everton struggled for inspiration with Wayne Rooney rested and watching on from the stands.

Koeman feels secure as Everton boss after Moshiri talks

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman believes he is not in immediate danger of being sacked after holding talks with the club’s majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.

The Dutchman has been under pressure after his team’s poor start to the campaign despite extensive transfer spending in the close season.

Koeman feels secure as Everton boss after Moshiri talks

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman believes he is not in immediate danger of being sacked after holding talks with the club’s majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.

The Dutchman has been under pressure after his team’s poor start to the campaign despite extensive transfer spending in the close season.

Rooney rides to Everton’s rescue, Gabbiadini saves Saints

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London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney came to Ronald Koeman’s rescue as the Everton striker’s last-gasp penalty salvaged a 1-1 draw at Brighton, while Manolo Gabbiadini’s brace gave Southampton a 2-2 draw against Newcastle on Sunday.

Everton boss Koeman was on the brink of another damaging defeat after Anthony Knockaert put Brighton ahead eight minutes from full-time at the Amex Stadium.

Rooney rides to Everton’s rescue, Gabbiadini saves Saints

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London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney came to Ronald Koeman’s rescue as the Everton striker’s last-gasp penalty salvaged a 1-1 draw at Brighton, while Manolo Gabbiadini’s brace gave Southampton a 2-2 draw against Newcastle on Sunday.

Everton boss Koeman was on the brink of another damaging defeat after Anthony Knockaert put Brighton ahead eight minutes from full-time at the Amex Stadium.

Rooney rides to Everton’s rescue

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London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney came to Ronald Koeman’s rescue as the Everton striker’s last-gasp penalty salvaged a 1-1 draw at Brighton on Sunday.

Everton boss Koeman was on the brink of another damaging defeat after Anthony Knockaert put Brighton ahead eight minutes from full-time at the Amex Stadium.

Rooney rides to Everton’s rescue

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London (AFP) – Wayne Rooney came to Ronald Koeman’s rescue as the Everton striker’s last-gasp penalty salvaged a 1-1 draw at Brighton on Sunday.

Everton boss Koeman was on the brink of another damaging defeat after Anthony Knockaert put Brighton ahead eight minutes from full-time at the Amex Stadium.

Massive test for Koeman, Everton will sack him if he fails to deliver in these 3 games

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Ronald Koeman has had a tough start to the season and it seems that the club’s hierarchy is losing their patience with the Dutchman.

According to Daily Mirror, Everton will look to sack the former Southampton manager if he fails to deliver this month.

Koeman spent around £150m this summer but his team looks worse than last season.

Everton’s Moshiri backs under-fire Koeman

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman still has the “total support” of majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri despite the club’s dismal start to the season.

The big-spending Toffees have won just twice in the league and their record of seven points from seven matches leaves them two points clear of the drop zone, in 16th place.

Everton’s Moshiri backs under-fire Koeman

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman still has the “total support” of majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri despite the club’s dismal start to the season.

The big-spending Toffees have won just twice in the league and their record of seven points from seven matches leaves them two points clear of the drop zone, in 16th place.

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Four big surprises after the first 10 Premier League gameweeks

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With the Premier League match week 10 officially over, and the season more than 25% in the books, now is a good time to take a look back at some early surprises in the 2017/18 campaign. Some of these happenings are positive, and some are negative. While the ‘big six’ are currently about where they should be, let’s focus on four particularly surprising instances when looking at the table right now.

Four big surprises after the first 10 Premier League gameweeks

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With the Premier League match week 10 officially over, and the season more than 25% in the books, now is a good time to take a look back at some early surprises in the 2017/18 campaign. Some of these happenings are positive, and some are negative. While the ‘big six’ are currently about where they should be, let’s focus on four particularly surprising instances when looking at the table right now.

Michy Batshuayi, Harry Kane, the end for Ronald Koeman…Names of the Premier League Week 9

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In the past week we had the first managerial casualty of the season with Craig Shakespeare losing his job at Leicester City. The weekend's Premier League fixtures added to the drama with high scoring...

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Koeman comes unstuck at Everton

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London (AFP) – Ronald Koeman became the third Premier League managerial casualty of the season on Monday when he was sacked by Everton.

The 54-year-old Dutchman - who guided Everton to seventh in his first season in charge last term - paid the price for a desperate start to the campaign despite having spent £140million ($185mn) in the close season.

Koeman comes unstuck at Everton

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London (AFP) – Ronald Koeman became the third Premier League managerial casualty of the season on Monday when he was sacked by Everton.

The 54-year-old Dutchman - who guided Everton to seventh in his first season in charge last term - paid the price for a desperate start to the campaign despite having spent £140million ($185mn) in the close season.

Ronald Koeman sacked by Everton

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London (AFP) – Ronald Koeman became the third Premier League managerial casualty of the season on Monday when he was sacked by Everton.

The 54-year-old Dutchman - who guided Everton to seventh in his first season in charge last term - paid the price for a desperate start to the campaign despite having spent £140million ($185mn) in the close season.

Bilic and Koreman seek League Cup respite

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London (AFP) – Slaven Bilic and Ronald Koeman are two managers under serious pressure who will hope to ease a little of it on Wednesday with West Ham and Everton in League Cup last 16 action.

However, both former Croatian national manager Bilic and Dutch football great Koeman face monumental tasks away from home with West Ham taking on in-form Tottenham Hotspur and Everton travelling to champions Chelsea.

Bilic and Koreman seek League Cup respite

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London (AFP) – Slaven Bilic and Ronald Koeman are two managers under serious pressure who will hope to ease a little of it on Wednesday with West Ham and Everton in League Cup last 16 action.

However, both former Croatian national manager Bilic and Dutch football great Koeman face monumental tasks away from home with West Ham taking on in-form Tottenham Hotspur and Everton travelling to champions Chelsea.

Koscielny injury boost the key to Arsenal beating Everton?

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In order for Arsenal to beat Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday you would think that we would have to improve in quite a few areas, even though the Toffees are on a terrible run of form and lacking in confidence with Ronald Koeman one of the few Premier League managers under more pressure than [...]