All posts tagged with: Ronald Koeman

Wolves on a roll

We are approaching the halfway stage of a thrilling Championship season and Wolves look to be running away with after embarking on a sensational run. They were not given much of a chance before the campaign began after finished 15th in 2016/17, just seven points above the relegation zone. Aston Villa and Middlesbrough were the… Read more →

Crystal Palace Season Preview: new style

Until this summer’s appointment of Frank De Boer, Crystal Palace have tended to favour experienced, British managers with a reactive setup. Has that approach helped the club retain it’s Premier League status, or has it limited the skillset of the players? Supporter Jay Crame from highly recommended blog The Eagles Beak has his say. It… Read more →

Everton Season Preview: Toffees back on track?

Football’s traditionalists will argue a seventh place finish should be the minimum expectation for a club of Everton’s stature and history. However, it is hard to see 16/17 as anything other than a year of impressive progress under Ronald Koeman, following the chaos of the previous regime. Supporter Adam Partington from the excellent Grand Old Team speaks to The Football Lab… Read more →

Koeman and Cuco to be re-united?

Seamus Coleman’s bad injury while on international duty with Ireland has placed added emphasis on Everton’s need for a right-back this summer. Coleman is set to be out of action for the next six months and it remains to be seen how quickly he will recover his performance levels, which had been strong prior to… Read more →