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Barkley and Lukaku among Everton disappointments at Bournemouth

A wonder-strike from Junior Stanislas saw Bournemouth bring Everton's flying start to a halt.
A wonder-strike from Junior Stanislas saw Bournemouth bring Everton's flying start to a halt.
Ronald Koeman stressed Bournemouth was the better team in the first half and will not have to fight against relegation.

Everton began slowly and paid the price at Bournemouth, as Ronald Koeman saw his team lose their first league game of the season. The manager has plenty to ponder at the end of a poor week, in which Everton also went out of the EFL Cup, and his team cannot continue to give opponents 45-minute head starts and expect to rescue matches. How Everton respond to successive defeats is the first significant test of Koeman's tenure.

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The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.

Chelsea will look to hit back after last week's 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool when they travel to bitter rivals Arsenal on Saturday evening. 

Manchester United, meanwhile, are stuck in a rut. Yes, they won against League One Northampton in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night, but it's two defeats in a row in the league ahead of the visit of champions Leicester.

Elsewhere, Manchester City have a 100 percent record under Pep Guardiola, and the latest team to try and stop them, Swansea, lost 2-1...

Barry, Lukaku to boost Everton as they look to rebound against Bournemouth

Everton manager Ronald Koeman recognizes Romelu Lukaku's talent as a striker, but says he still has much room for improvement.

Perhaps it was fate handing Everton a shock 2-0 defeat in the EFL Cup against Norwich on Tuesday night. The loss marked manager Ronald Koeman's first defeat in seven competitive fixtures with the club. No Everton boss has ever gone unbeaten through his first seven games.

For those with less faith in divine intervention, the loss was a disappointing reality check. Too many changes and poor performances, especially from the players called into the team, led to a tame exit from a tournament that had...

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Ronald Koeman has Everton on the right path despite EFL Cup exit

Everton manager Ronald Koeman recognizes Romelu Lukaku's talent as a striker, but says he still has much room for improvement.
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Ronald Koeman has impressed so far this season.

Tuesday's exit from the EFL Cup at the hands of Championship side Norwich City was a disappointment for Everton. Since replacing Roberto Martinez in June, Ronald Koeman had delivered an almost instantaneous improvement at Goodison Park.

Until that 2-0 loss, Everton had exhibited a freshly competitive edge. They are unbeaten in the Premier League, in which they sit second after five matches with 13 points from five games. But, more importantly, had seemed a world away from the soft underbelly that...

 By Chris Wright

Romelu Lukaku pranks new Everton teammate Yannick Bolasie

It would seem that Romelu Lukaku has struck up a bond with Yannick Bolasie ever since the latter arrived at Everton over the summer.

While we're only a few weeks into the new season, the pair -- both of Congolese descent -- have already been giving each other a bit of friendly banter on social media.

Indeed, it all came to the fore on Saturday when the Toffees teammates continued their back and forth over just who got the final touch on the hotly disputed third goal against Middlesbrough.

Everton and Idrissa Gueye enjoying life under Ronald Koeman

Everton boss Ronald Koeman hailed Gareth Barry's display on his 600th Premier League appearance.

A controversial Middlesbrough goal from Alvaro Negredo after 21 minutes woke Everton from their slow start to such an extent the home side overturned the deficit and had the game won 3-1 by half time.

After the hosts ran riot with three first half goals, the two teams went through the motions in the second half as the Blues comfortably closed the game out to win four of their first five games for the first time since 1978-79.

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Even at this early stage, matches under Ronald Koeman are without...