For the FOURTH year in a row, Everton have been linked with signing out of favour Jason Koumas, as West Brom manager Bryan Robson has decided he doesn’t want a player who, in his 10 games last season, failed to end on the winning side.
David Moyes was said to have tried to bring Koumas to Goodison from Tranmere in the Summer of 2002, but the Welsh midfielder went to West Brom for Ã‚Â£2m after telling the Liverpool Echo he would love a move to Everton.
However, it seems he has no future at The Hawthorns, as his manager described him as having “a disappointing attitude.”
Robson said, “The road is closed for him here. He is a great talent but the last manager [Megson] tried his best to change him and I’ve tried as well.”
“He has got fantastic ability. Someone out there might just do it but I need people who want to work hard and be part of our team spirit. Often if you have got team spirit you can achieve a lot more than your skills might justify.”
Sounds like just the sort of player we want then. Steer clear Davey.
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