Ronald Koeman unravelled: The man behind Everton's best start since 1978

, 19 September, 4comments  |  Jump to most recent
Paul Joyce provides a nice summary of the changes wrought by the Dutchman that have restored discipline and order to Everton and propelled the Blues to a return of 13 points from 15 to start the new season.

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Paul Black
2 Posted 20/09/2016 at 12:03:21
Did we even consider Koeman before we appointed Martinez?
Jason Broome
3 Posted 20/09/2016 at 14:03:50
I used to think he was the wrong choice and I was a little to quick to judge him to be fair. I am happy to eat humble pie.

I'm liking what I'm seeing and I'm seeing similarities between his character, his style and his philosophy with Sir Alex Ferguson.

Unlike our former manager, he doesn't appear to be a flash in the pan. He seems to be as honest with himself as he is with the players and isn't afraid to change tactics.

He may turn out to be the marquee and best signing Everton have made in a long time.

Paul Black
4 Posted 20/09/2016 at 19:41:37
Jason if he stays with us for long enough, as a coach, he may just become the best of anyone. Having said that, I have been known for floating around in my head sometimes but it's difficult to deny that it's the first time for years I've felt so exited without the any angst.

I just can't imagine him doing anything that hasn't had a ton of consideration and I reckon he gets well backed with his immediate staff. Who knows where all this leading? Got to dash 5 minutes before kick-off... 4-2'ish
Matt Traynor
5 Posted 21/09/2016 at 07:46:56
Koeman certainly unravelled last night.

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