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Re: Everton v Spurs
« on: September 10, 2017, 03:51:23 PM »
On notice?

He did as expected last year and this year is very early on, with a whole new attack and difficult fixtures.

Even with that we got through to the groups of the EL, even if as expected, so I don't think any sort of wild judgements are reasonable at all.

And we have improved from what we were like before he came in.

Again, as expected, but it shouldn't be made out that he's not done what was initially asked of him.

The debate is whether we can move beyond 7th but the club won't be making that decision now.



I respect your opinion and the sense of perspective and context you provide.

Purely as a hypothetical, if you were offered the chance to replace Koeman with say Tuchel (as a random example, not saying it would happen) tomorrow with minimal fuss, would you take it?
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