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Transfer Rater: Theo Walcott to Everton

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 By Ian Darke

Ronald Koeman's biggest failing at Everton: not replacing Romelu Lukaku

Stewart Robson says Everton were right to part with Ronald Koeman after the team showed no signs of improvement.
Craig Burley reacts to Ronald Koeman's dismissal at Everton and evaluates the candidates to replace him at Goodison Park.

It was not a pretty sight to see Everton fans screaming for the manager's head, the team struggling on the pitch and Goodison Park polluted by a toxic atmosphere. No, I'm not talking about this past Sunday in Everton's 5-2 defeat to Arsenal, but rather 17 months ago, when Roberto Martinez was about to get fired for finishing 11th. Now Ronald Koeman, hailed as a major coup when he was lured from Southampton, has followed him out of the exit door only five months after taking the Toffees into Europe.

Everton's...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Papers divided: Five backpages back five different Koeman successors

Ian Darke says Everton's issues are more about failing to replace Romelu Lukaku than Ronald Koeman's work this season.
Craig Burley reacts to Ronald Koeman's dismissal at Everton and evaluates the candidates to replace him at Goodison Park.
The crew answer your tweets on who will contend for The Best FIFA Men's player award next year and discuss replacing Ronald Koeman at Everton.

There is no doubt that the Everton post vacated by Ronald Koeman on Monday is a job in demand.

Various household names have thrown their hat into the ring to take over at Goodison Park, and with so much interest it is hard to pick a frontrunner.

In fact, Tuesday's backpages in the United Kingdom were COMPLETELY divided on the issue.

First up there's the Mirror, who believes that former Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel tops Everton's wishlist.

The Mail reports that Burnley's Sean Dyche is in...

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Trending: Ronald Koeman and Everton part company after poor start

While Everton sit in the relegation zone, Gab Marcotti explains why Ronald Koeman may still have time to save his job.
Don Hutchison wades through the negatives from another porous performance from Everton and what lies ahead for Ronald Koeman.
Don Hutchison wades through the negatives from another porous performance from Everton and what lies ahead for Ronald Koeman.

Monday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...

EVERTON: Ronald Koeman has left the club following the 5-2 defeat against Arsenal on Sunday which left the club in the bottom three of the Premier League.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp said he did not want to say "anything positive" about his Liverpool side after they were thrashed 4-1 at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

- Philippe Coutinho has told ESPN Brasil that the four goals his side conceded to Tottenham at...

Bad signings, no style and no hope: Why Koeman had to leave Everton

Stewart Robson says Everton were right to part with Ronald Koeman after the team showed no signs of improvement.
After an excellent start by Everton that was capped off by a Wayne Rooney goal, Ronald Koeman's side completely capitulated in the second half to lose their fifth league game of the season.
While Everton sit in the relegation zone, Gab Marcotti explains why Ronald Koeman may still have time to save his job.
After an excellent start by Everton that was capped off by a Wayne Rooney goal, Ronald Koeman's side completely capitulated in the second half to lose their fifth league game of the season.

Ronald Koeman finally ran out of goodwill on Monday as Everton called time after a once-promising tenure nosedived and ended with his team limping from one crisis to the next, culminating in a 5-2 dismantling against Arsenal on Sunday.

Here is a look at five of the reasons leading to his departure.

1. Struggling summer signings

While director of football Steve Walsh has to share a portion of the blame for a lopsided summer spending spree, a significant reason for the current malaise is the transfer...

Ronald Koeman's demise at Everton down to a squad that just didn't click

Stewart Robson says Everton were right to part with Ronald Koeman after the team showed no signs of improvement.
After an excellent start by Everton that was capped off by a Wayne Rooney goal, Ronald Koeman's side completely capitulated in the second half to lose their fifth league game of the season.
Ronald Koeman answered several questions after his future with Everton after his side dropped into the relegation zone following their defeat to Arsenal.

Ronald Koeman knew that the end was coming. He's no fool. He has been in football long enough to know how these things work. Asked to highlight any positives from Everton's humiliating 5-2 defeat at home to Arsenal, he shook his head dismissively. "Don't talk about positives," he said. "Because the final result is 5-2. Defeat at home." He paused and stared hard at the gathered press pack. "Write what you like to write tomorrow," he sighed.

He knew it was over. The press knew it. The Arsenal...

Jordan Pickford the lone shining light as Arsenal maul dismal Everton

After an excellent start by Everton that was capped off by a Wayne Rooney goal, Ronald Koeman's side completely capitulated in the second half to lose their fifth league game of the season.
After an excellent start by Everton that was capped off by a Wayne Rooney goal, Ronald Koeman's side completely capitulated in the second half to lose their fifth league game of the season.
While Everton sit in the relegation zone, Gab Marcotti explains why Ronald Koeman may still have time to save his job.
Don Hutchison wades through the negatives from another porous performance from Everton and what lies ahead for Ronald Koeman.
Ronald Koeman answered several questions after his future with Everton after his side dropped into the relegation zone following their defeat to Arsenal.

Everton continue to plumb new depths in a season of near-constant wretchedness. Despite an extensive catalogue of misery to choose from in recent months, the 5-2 defeat to Arsenal on Sunday stands as the most dispiriting of the lot.

The adventures of goalkeeper Jordan Pickford provide a snapshot of the issues placing Everton in complete disarray. On a day when the visitors scored five and could have had 10, Pickford was the best Everton player by a distance. That Pickford also had the most touches...