The Daily Star quote an un-named source as saying that Mirallas also had a big problem with Ronald Koeman and said that he felt lied to by the board who said he would be an integral part of the team.
Finally moving back to Olympiakos where he will undoubtedly by the star of the team, Mirallas has apparently told the “source” that he has no issues with Sam Allardyce.
“He was unhappy in Everton, even from the start of pre-season,” the un-named source was quoted in the Daily Star.
“He understood that he would not be the first choice, although when he signed a new contract, he was led to believe that he would be an integral part of the team.
“He had no problem with Sam Allardyce, because he is a new coach.
“He didn’t have a problem with Big Sam at all, more with the previous boss and the board.”
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