Ronald Koeman insists Everton can still secure Champions League place
- Author: Regina Holmes Feb 27, 2017,
Feb 27, 2017, 0:56
Despite the ongoing speculation, Dutchman Koeman - who is less than 12 months into a three-year deal following his arrival from Premier League rivals Southampton - is not interested in renewing his contract at Goodison Park. The blue shirt is good for me.
Hard not to smile when we've got Schneiderlin, Gueye, Davies and Barkley in our midfield.
"Above us is still a gap but we know some teams need to play tomorrow or even teams like United after this weekend and maybe it's never ended. I hope it is not the last".
Romelu Lukaku scored his 17th league goal - making him the Premier League's leading scorer - to wrap up victory after Idrissa Gueye had smashed home his maiden Premier League goal just before half-time.
Lukaku charged in from the right and held off the challenge of former Everton team-mate Bryan Oviedo before slotting a finish beyond Pickford; ensuring the Belgian striker equalled Duncan Ferguson's 60-goal Premier League scoring record for the Toffees.
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Sub Kevin Mirallas screwed an effort wide from a tight angle in a rare foray forward with 20 minutes to go with the game still in the balance. So I've got to believe it's going to happen.
Moyes returns to his former club on Saturday for only the second time since departing for Manchester United in 2013, having capped his reign by leading them into the Champions League in 2005. "I still think we can win three or four games somewhere - and we are going to have to do that in the run-in". "His actions mean we might not have to pass the ball back to the goalkeeper and we can push up as a team".
"I need those players, who we paid big money for a lot of them, to stand up and show what they can do".
"I was not trying to take the mickey out of Bournemouth, it was just more the enjoyment of the game". We are not getting him enough service but it is because we are not getting enough good ball further up the pitch.