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Guardian - Sat Sep 9 8:15 PM
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino and his Everton counterpart Ronald Koeman gave their verdicts following Spurs’ 3-0 win at Goodison Park, courtesy of a Harry Kane brace either side of Christian Eriksen’s strike. Koeman said it will take time for Everton to reach the level of Spurs Tottenham’...
Guardian - Sat Sep 9 5:08 PM
If Everton are to break through the Premier League’s glass ceiling and move upwards into the top six at some point they are going to have to start beating the teams likely to finish above them. There was no sign of that here. Tottenham swatted away Everton’s challenge with almost contemptuous eas...
Guardian - Fri Sep 8 10:30 PM
• Koeman further hindered by failure to land target man • Everton manager prepares to take on team he wishes to emulate, Tottenham Ronald Koeman makes no secret of his disappointment about missing out on his main striking transfer target in summer – believed to be Olivier Giroud – but is realisti...
Guardian - Fri Sep 8 6:01 PM
This is where it all started for Ronald Koeman, a 1-1 draw on the opening day of last season when Ross Barkley and Erik Lamela got the goals. Neither will feature this time and while Tottenham are bullish as Harry Kane moves into September, the Everton manager’s failure to sign a targetman means...
Guardian - Thu Sep 7 5:47 PM
Everton manager Ronald Koeman expresses his disappointment about striker Wayne Rooney after the 31-year-old’s recent charge for drink-driving. Speaking at his pre-match press conference in Halewood on Thursday, Koeman says Rooney will play in the match against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday Ronald...
Guardian - Thu Sep 7 2:25 PM
• Rooney will be ‘dealt with internally at the appropriate time’ • Everton manager says Rooney will face Tottenham on Saturday Ronald Koeman has said he is “very disappointed” at Wayne Rooney’s over the 31-year-old’s drink-driving charge and that the player will be “dealt with internally at the a...
Guardian - Sun Sep 3 10:47 PM
• Group A leaders France fail to beat Luxembourg despite hitting bar twice • Belgium win Group H after Romelu Lukaku seals 2-1 win over Greece France ’s hopes of automatic qualification hit a snag when the Group A leaders were surprisingly held to a 0-0 draw by Luxembourg in Toulouse. France, who...