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June 04, 2016, 11:31:35 PM
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Ross


Nothing in his record suggests he's a manager destined for success I'd rather we'd taken a gamble on a young upcoming manager than a journeyman coach.
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June 04, 2016, 11:32:46 PM
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Redartin


http://www.foxsports.nl/nieuws/artikel/1251454/ronald-koeman-uit-met-everton

Are Southampton looking 4m compensation for his remaining one year contract? I thought they'd have matched our wage offer to test his love for Southampton. Seems every man, and club, has their price.

BLUE KOO it is then.

Cue all the "he wasn't my no 1 choice but we'll all have to get behind him now" posts.

June 04, 2016, 11:32:55 PM
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Tinga


Nothing in his record suggests he's a manager destined for success I'd rather we'd taken a gamble on a young upcoming manager than a journeyman coach.

You defended Martinez sword in hand yet write Koeman off before he's even touched the pen to sign. You're an odd potato mate.


June 04, 2016, 11:34:10 PM
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http://www.foxsports.nl/nieuws/artikel/1251454/ronald-koeman-uit-met-everton



Ronald Koeman has been personally agree with Everton, but still waiting for a deal between the Toffees and his current employer Southampton.
Because the 53-year-old coach of the Saints has a contract until 2017, Everton will have to pay a ransom.

Allegedly brings Koeman Southampton 5 million euros. Everton are tremendous opportunities to invest in the squad. Since the Iranian-British businessman Farhad Moshiri calls the shots - February of this year - to reach the trees around Goodison Park look up into the sky.





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June 04, 2016, 11:38:28 PM
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Fynci


Cue all the "he wasn't my no 1 choice but we'll all have to get behind him now" posts.

Isn't that to be expected? I would have preferred Pellegrini or Emery but as with every Evertonian I'll be behind him!

June 04, 2016, 11:41:01 PM
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It's the first step towards establishing us back at the top.

Man City went through Mark Hughes, Roberto Mancini and Manuel Pellegrini before getting their hands on Guardiola - and their benefactors are many times richer than ours. I think we're starting from a better base with Koeman.

Welcome Big Ron Manager.
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June 04, 2016, 11:41:36 PM
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Audrey Horne

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It's the first step towards establishing us back at the top.

Man City went through Mark Hughes, Roberto Mancini and Manuel Pellegrini before getting their hands on Guardiola - and their benefactors are many times richer than ours.

Welcome Big Ron Manager.

good point that!!
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Vamos lá Everton!

June 04, 2016, 11:51:45 PM
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Ross


You defended Martinez sword in hand yet write Koeman off before he's even touched the pen to sign. You're an odd potato mate.

Sorry for having an opinion.

What's got you excited about Koeman? I remember you were one of he posters who missed the 6th place trophy so much and dismissed Cup runs out of hand, but is that it?
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June 04, 2016, 11:54:49 PM
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Sorry for having an opinion.

What's got you excited about Koeman? I remember you were one of he posters who missed the 6th place trophy so much and dismissed Cup runs out of hand, but is that it?

I just feel optimistic after it feeling pretty depressing under Martinez, it might be based on nothing much but there's something about Koeman having a Plan B when things go wrong. Southampton were also taken for a ride and had their good players taken from them but Koeman still improved them.

It may fall flat on its face with Everton but I just genuinely feel optimistic about Moshiri and Koeman. I've never seen Everton have genuine money and ambition so it's a great feeling.

June 04, 2016, 11:56:07 PM
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Sir Stealth

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Sorry for having an opinion.

What's got you excited about Koeman? I remember you were one of he posters who missed the 6th place trophy so much and dismissed Cup runs out of hand, but is that it?

Let's face it though RoKo is gonna be better than RoMa isn't he!

You think Lou Bega knocked it out of the park with Mambo number 1?!No but he kept at it!

June 04, 2016, 11:56:09 PM
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Wish people would stop saying Koeman is getting written off. People are just voicing their reservations about him due to his jobs.

Perfectly fair assessment.

June 05, 2016, 12:01:47 AM
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Sir Stealth

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Wish people would stop saying Koeman is getting written off. People are just voicing their reservations about him due to his jobs.

Perfectly fair assessment.

Aka you reckon he's gonna be shite! :thumbsup:
You think Lou Bega knocked it out of the park with Mambo number 1?!No but he kept at it!

June 05, 2016, 12:04:10 AM
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Sixx1402


It's the first step towards establishing us back at the top.

Man City went through Mark Hughes, Roberto Mancini and Manuel Pellegrini before getting their hands on Guardiola - and their benefactors are many times richer than ours. I think we're starting from a better base with Koeman.

Welcome Big Ron Manager.

There is really nothing to suggest that Guardiola will be a success though. Been with 2 teams chock full of world class players and hasn't set the world alight at Bayern. Sure they've won the league with him but so he should do with those players, i reckon top 3 will be the best for them next season. I'm cautiously optimistic about Koeman, done very well at Southampton a much smaller budget than he's about to get. Looking forward to next season, it could be very interesting.....
Ahh.....Boucheenie i presume

June 05, 2016, 12:07:51 AM
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Ross


I just feel optimistic after it feeling pretty depressing under Martinez, it might be based on nothing much but there's something about Koeman having a Plan B when things go wrong. Southampton were also taken for a ride and had their good players taken from them but Koeman still improved them.

It may fall flat on its face with Everton but I just genuinely feel optimistic about Moshiri and Koeman. I've never seen Everton have genuine money and ambition so it's a great feeling.

i think this idea that he's in a constant state of rebuilding is being over played quiet a lot. Hes being given every penny back to spend on the team and they've all gone for top money. Last summer he only sold two players you'd consider first team regulars, which I'm sure a lot of teams do during any main window.

Time will tell how good he is but he's had plenty of money in the past and his record has at best been patchy. The one thing everyone has in common is they don't want him to fail.
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June 05, 2016, 12:08:01 AM
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You defended Martinez sword in hand yet write Koeman off before he's even touched the pen to sign. You're an odd potato mate.

Odd Potato Mate....Classic  :-)
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