Ronald Koeman

Everton

I would have made 10 subs, rages Everton boss

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London (AFP) – Ronald Koeman admitted he would have made ten substitutions at half-time after his Everton side failed to secure the win at West Ham United that would have moved them up to fifth in the Premier League table.

With sixth-placed Arsenal on FA Cup duty and Manchester United, who lie fifth, not due to face Burnley until 24 hours after Everton’s visit to the London Stadium, Koeman’s side had the opportunity to maintain the progress they have shown this season.

I would have made 10 subs, rages Everton boss

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London (AFP) – Ronald Koeman admitted he would have made ten substitutions at half-time after his Everton side failed to secure the win at West Ham United that would have moved them up to fifth in the Premier League table.

With sixth-placed Arsenal on FA Cup duty and Manchester United, who lie fifth, not due to face Burnley until 24 hours after Everton’s visit to the London Stadium, Koeman’s side had the opportunity to maintain the progress they have shown this season.

Police probe Barkley ‘assault’ video

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London (AFP) – British police said Monday they were looking into CCTV footage appearing to show Everton midfielder Ross Barkley being punched in the face in a Liverpool bar.

It comes after Everton manager Ronald Koeman warned the England star on Sunday that he will be sold if he refuses to sign a new contract at the club.

Police probe Barkley ‘assault’ video

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London (AFP) – British police said Monday they were looking into CCTV footage appearing to show Everton midfielder Ross Barkley being punched in the face in a Liverpool bar.

It comes after Everton manager Ronald Koeman warned the England star on Sunday that he will be sold if he refuses to sign a new contract at the club.

Koeman fumes over O’Neill’s failure to protect McCarthy

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman has blasted Republic of Ireland coach Martin O’Neill for failing to protect James McCarthy from injury.

McCarthy has been ruled out of Saturday’s vital Merseyside derby against Liverpool after suffering a hamstring problem while on international duty with Ireland.

Koeman fumes over O’Neill’s failure to protect McCarthy

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman has blasted Republic of Ireland coach Martin O’Neill for failing to protect James McCarthy from injury.

McCarthy has been ruled out of Saturday’s vital Merseyside derby against Liverpool after suffering a hamstring problem while on international duty with Ireland.

Barcelona Brewery Launch New Beer Inspired By Ronald Koeman’s Golden Hair (Photo)

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Light, pale, frothy and almost entirely eyebrowless, Ronald Koeman is soon to have a beer named in his honour.

Indeed, a Catalanartisan brewery have created the "Golden Koeman" lager with which to toast the 25th anniversary of Barcelona's 1992 European Cup Final triumph, in which the Dutch defender scored the only goal of the game a thumping freekick in extra time.

Pochettino? Wenger? Koeman? 7 candidates to be the next Barcelona manager

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On Wednesday night, Luis Enrique gave the announcement many had been expecting for weeks that he would leave his job as FC Barcelona manager at the end of the season. It is unusual for a...

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Everton boss Koeman open to Rooney return

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman paved the way Tuesday for Wayne Rooney’s return to the club of his youth by saying he would make the side “stronger”.

Last week Rooney said he was staying with Manchester United following persistent speculation he could make a lucrative move to the Chinese Super League.

Everton boss Koeman open to Rooney return

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman paved the way Tuesday for Wayne Rooney’s return to the club of his youth by saying he would make the side “stronger”.

Last week Rooney said he was staying with Manchester United following persistent speculation he could make a lucrative move to the Chinese Super League.

‘He Could Make Everton Stronger’ – Ronald Koeman Openly Flirts With Idea Of Signing Wayne Rooney

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With Wayne Rooney looking like more of a spent force at Manchester United with every passing week, there's a good chance his number might be upat the end of the season.

While the Chinese Super League has already come a-callin'to no avail, it's all the more likely that Rooney will end up either, A) continue clogging everything upat Old Trafford forever and a day, or B) opt for a less disruptive move to another English side.

Everton manager reacts on Twitter to Southampton's EFL Cup final defeat

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Southampton were unlucky to lose 3-2 to Manchester United in the EFL Cup final on Sunday, and this leaves the door open for Everton to qualify for European places.

It was Manchester United’s first major trophy of the season, and also Jose Mourinho’s first major trophy with his new club.

Koeman eyes Europe after Everton down Sunderland

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Liverpool (AFP) – Ronald Koeman insists he hasn’t given up on a late Europa League challenge after Everton’s 2-0 win against lowly Sunderland.

A brilliantly worked finish from Idrissa Gueye in the first half opened the scoring for Everton before Romelu Lukaku’s late finish confirmed the three points at Goodison Park on Saturday.

Koeman eyes Europe after Everton down Sunderland

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Liverpool (AFP) – Ronald Koeman insists he hasn’t given up on a late Europa League challenge after Everton’s 2-0 win against lowly Sunderland.

A brilliantly worked finish from Idrissa Gueye in the first half opened the scoring for Everton before Romelu Lukaku’s late finish confirmed the three points at Goodison Park on Saturday.

Goalkeepers on top as Boro, Everton draw

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London (AFP) – Middlesbrough goalkeeper Victor Valdes and his Everton counterpart Joel Robles shared the limelight as their sides played out a 0-0 draw in the Premier League on Saturday.

Valdes saved sharply from the in-form Romelu Lukaku and Ademola Lookman, while Robles produced a stunning late stop to prevent substitute Rudy Gestede giving Boro victory at the Riverside Stadium.

Goalkeepers on top as Boro, Everton draw

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London (AFP) – Middlesbrough goalkeeper Victor Valdes and his Everton counterpart Joel Robles shared the limelight as their sides played out a 0-0 draw in the Premier League on Saturday.

Valdes saved sharply from the in-form Romelu Lukaku and Ademola Lookman, while Robles produced a stunning late stop to prevent substitute Rudy Gestede giving Boro victory at the Riverside Stadium.

Crouch chalks up century in Stoke draw

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Stoke-on-Trent (United Kingdom) (AFP) Peter Crouch netted his 100th Premier League goal as Stoke City checked Everton's recent resurgence in Wednesday's 1-1 draw.

The former England striker became the 26th player to reach the milestone after opening the scoring for Mark Hughes' hosts with seven minutes played.

Crouch chalks up century in Stoke draw

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Stoke-on-Trent (United Kingdom) (AFP) Peter Crouch netted his 100th Premier League goal as Stoke City checked Everton's recent resurgence in Wednesday's 1-1 draw.

The former England striker became the 26th player to reach the milestone after opening the scoring for Mark Hughes' hosts with seven minutes played.

Everton have made a significant step forward under Ronald Koeman

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Identity is a throwaway term in modern football parlance. But it's important.

It can be a crutch for managers who are toiling in the nascent stages of their spell with a new club. If supporters can see a methodology forming, poor results are more tolerable.

For Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp in their respective positions at Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, supporters were contented during indifferent starts, as both men were clearly putting the wheels in motion for a significant overhaul in terms of style and personnel.

Everton have made a significant step forward under Ronald Koeman

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Identity is a throwaway term in modern football parlance. But it's important.

It can be a crutch for managers who are toiling in the nascent stages of their spell with a new club. If supporters can see a methodology forming, poor results are more tolerable.

For Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp in their respective positions at Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, supporters were contented during indifferent starts, as both men were clearly putting the wheels in motion for a significant overhaul in terms of style and personnel.

Let’s Hear It For… Tom Davies, Everton’s Latest Boy Wonder!

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Every once in a while, a performance comes along that suspends if only temporarily the deep-rooted cynicism with which you viewtop-tier professional football.

On Saturday, Everton bounced toa proficient 4-0 win over Pep Guardiola's dullMan City despite amassing only 29% of the possession and mustering four shots on target.

Official: Hull City Double Dip As Evandro And Oumar Niasse Become Marco Silva’s First Signings (Photo)

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Marco Silva has completed his first two pieces of business as Hull City coach today with a double-bubble signing of Evandro and Oumar Niasse.

Niasse arrives on a six-month loan from Everton, where the hesystematically failed to make any kind of impression to the point where Ronald Koeman began refusing to acknowledge the Senegalesestriker's very existence.

Official: French Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin Moves From Man Utd To Everton In £24m Deal

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Everton have signed Morgan Schneiderlin from Manchester United for a fee rising to a hefty £24million.

The 27-year-old Frenchman put pen to paper on a four-year-deal which sees him once again link up with manager Ronald Koeman, who he played under at Southampton.

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Schneiderlin moved to Old Trafford in the summer of 2015 after impressing in central midfield for Saints.

Schneiderlin completes £20mn Everton switch

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London (AFP) French holding midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has joined Everton from Manchester United for an initial fee of £20 million, the Merseyside club said on Thursday.

The 27-year-old signed a four-and-a-half-year contract in a deal that will rise to £24 million (27.5 million euros, $29 million) with bonuses.

Everton 1-1 Manchester United: Game in 10 Tweets as United drop more Premier League points

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Everton: Irked Fans Force Ronald Koeman To Change Colour Of His Christmas Tree (Photos)

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Ronald Koeman doesn't exactly strike us as the kind of chap who readily sways in the wind of public opinion, but still the Everton boss was forced to kow-tow to fans after upsetting them with the colour of his Christmas tree.

With the big day just around the corner, the Dutchman proudly posted a photo of his fully-festooned tree on Twitter and a rather classy effort it was too.

Austin spoils Koeman’s Southampton return

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Southampton (United Kingdom) (AFP) Charlie Austin scored after just 41 seconds to secure Southampton's 1-0 victory over Everton on Sunday and ensure Ronald Koeman experienced a painful return to his former club.

Everton manager Koeman left Southampton during the close season after two seasons at St Mary's, during which he guided the south coast club to their best Premier League finishes of seventh and sixth.

Austin spoils Koeman’s Southampton return

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Southampton (United Kingdom) (AFP) Charlie Austin scored after just 41 seconds to secure Southampton's 1-0 victory over Everton on Sunday and ensure Ronald Koeman experienced a painful return to his former club.

Everton manager Koeman left Southampton during the close season after two seasons at St Mary's, during which he guided the south coast club to their best Premier League finishes of seventh and sixth.

O’Neill accuses Koeman of ‘bleating’ over McCarthy

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Dublin (AFP) Ireland manager Martin O'Neill dismissed Everton coach Ronald Koeman's complaints about his use of midfielder James McCarthy as "bleating" on Wednesday.

Koeman blamed O'Neill for giving McCarthy too much game time in two 2018 World Cup qualifiers last month as he had just returned from a groin operation.

Koeman offers Everton escape route for Rooney

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London (AFP) Everton manager Ronald Koeman says he would love to bring Wayne Rooney back to Goodison Park if the England star can't revive his flagging Manchester United fortunes.

United captain Rooney has been relegated to the bench by boss Jose Mourinho in recent weeks after a dip in form that prompted speculation he could be on the verge of leaving Old Trafford.

Koeman offers Everton escape route for Rooney

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London (AFP) Everton manager Ronald Koeman says he would love to bring Wayne Rooney back to Goodison Park if the England star can't revive his flagging Manchester United fortunes.

United captain Rooney has been relegated to the bench by boss Jose Mourinho in recent weeks after a dip in form that prompted speculation he could be on the verge of leaving Old Trafford.

Newcastle Could Sign Talented Ireland International In January

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Newcastle are said to be in the running to sign Everton midfielder James McCarthy in the January transfer window, since James has struggled to get game time under new Dutch manager Ronald Koeman on Merseyside. It's strange but managers prefer certain kinds of players and it seems that Koeman doesn't rate the Glasgow-born 39 times [.

Sublime Lukaku ends goal drought in style

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Sunderland (United Kingdom) (AFP) Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku's longest goal drought in English football came to an end in dramatic fashion on Monday as a hat-trick saw Everton defeat Sunderland 3-0 in their Premier League clash.

The 23-year-old who hadn't scored for his club in 13 matches dating back to March scored all three in the second-half to lift his side into third in the Premier League, two points behind leaders Manchester City.

Sublime Lukaku ends goal drought in style

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Sunderland (United Kingdom) (AFP) Belgian international striker Romelu Lukaku's longest goal drought in English football came to an end in dramatic fashion on Monday as a hat-trick saw Everton defeat Sunderland 3-0 in their Premier League clash.

The 23-year-old who hadn't scored for his club in 13 matches dating back to March scored all three in the second-half to lift his side into third in the Premier League, two points behind leaders Manchester City.

Official: Tottenham Just About Pip Everton To £30m Signing Of Moussa Sissoko (Photo)

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Having spent the entire summer telling all and sundry about his plans to leave Newcastle, it took Moussa Sissoko until the final hour of the transfer window to get his wish.

Both Everton and Tottenham had £30million bids accepted for the French international but it was the latter who proved most tempting, with Sissoko just about squeaking his move to White Hart Lane through before the 11pm deadline.

Official: Yannick Bolasie Completes Move From Crystal Palace To Everton In £25m Deal (Photo)

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It's done. Yannick Bolasie's long-feted move to Everton has been officially sealed this afternoon.

Bolasie, who scored a mighty 12 goals in 122 Premier League games during his four seasons at Crystal Palace, has movedto Goodison for a fee of £25million.

The 27-year-old has signed a five-year contract and will henceforth wear the No.

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Koeman hits out at ‘crazy’ Liverpool bench

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Liverpool (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman branded Liverpool’s back-room staff “crazy” following his side’s 3-1 defeat at Anfield in Saturday’s Merseyside derby.

“It’s all about football, but we don’t make a show from the bench like Liverpool. It’s football - a hard and fair game,” Koeman told Sky Sports.

Guardiola rules out return to Barcelona

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Manchester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he will never go back to Barcelona as their coach amid growing uncertainty about present incumbent Luis Enrique’s future.

Enrique is out of contract at the Nou Camp at the end of the season, and the chances of him leaving have increased significantly after a calamitous 4-0 defeat away to Paris St-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday.

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Wenger Blames Referee For Manchester City Defeat

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Arsene Wenger blamed referee Martin Atkinson after his Arsenal side threw away a lead to lose 2-1 at Manchester City on Sunday.

Wenger, who was criticised by Everton manager Ronald Koeman for airing gripes about officials earlier in the week, felt offsides were missed in the moves for both City's goals at the Etihad Stadium.

Everton Pre-Match: Team and Statistics

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In recent games we have been playing teams which are quite frankly, crap. Tonight we go to a proper club looking to extend our unbeaten run; none of the Orc, snarling Mancs, dodgy Swiss or East Larnderners variety. Everton are proper Top Table diners.

Here are a few facts about Everton:

Goodison Park was the first dedicated football ground built in the world.