Koeman feels that Rooney already proves their value to Everton
Everton manager Ronald Koeman was after the home win at Stoke City (1-0) proud of Wayne Rooney, the player who, in his comeback at Goodison Park immediately accurate.
“Wayne felt from the first minute to the last.”, said Koeman Saturday after the end against the BBC. “He showed his experience, and that is the reason that we have achieved.”
The goal from Rooney meant his first goal since thirteen years for Everton, the club where he started his career, before he in 2004 to Manchester United left.
Despite the victory was Koeman not happy with the play of his team. “It was not our best experience in our own home, but we have the three points. We can do much better than we have today.”
Everton, last season as the seventh ended in the Premier League, has a heavy string for the bow. The next few weeks to play The Toffees successively against Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.
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