Koeman is worried about game Everton after new defeat
Everton manager Ronald Koeman gave the Sunday after the 1-0 defeat at his former club Southampton that he is concerned about the play of his struggling team.
“I’m not worried about the results, I’m worried about what I see on the field,” said Koeman after the duel in the St. Mary’s Stadium against Sky Sports.
Everton started strongly in the first Premier League season under the Dutch coach with thirteen points from the first five matches, but since then the ‘Toffees’ in eight duels only six points to grab. The club from Liverpool has thus come down to the seventh place.
“I’m particularly concerned about how we competitions start, and that we struggle to be good in the organization,” said Koeman, who saw his team against Southampton after only 41 seconds behind came a hit of Charlie Austin.
“Last week we had also a wakeup call to how we in the first half played against Swansea City (1-1, red.) and now we got within a minute a goal against while we have the kick-off had. It’s incredible.”
“That bad start made it very difficult for us. The whole first half was not good. We had some problems with their strikers and that is strange, because we know how they play.”
The Premier League-duels of Sunday in the picture
Everton has in the return of Ronald Koeman to his old club with a 1-0 lost to Southampton.
Southampton-striker Charlie Austin made all after 41 seconds the only goal in the St. Mary’s Stadium.
Koeman stepped in last summer after two years from Southampton to Everton.
Manchester United played at home with a 1-1 draw against West Ham United.
United manager José Mourinho for the second time this season in the tribune sent.
The Portuguese was furious as Paul Pogba in his eyes unjustified, a yellow card was given by referee Jonathan Moss and kicked a water bottle away.
Arsenal won with 3-1 by Bournemouth.
Theo Walcott signed for the 2-1.
Daryl Janmaat played with Watford against Stoke City.
Stoke City won by an own goal The Gomes.
When Stoke City were Bruno Martins Indi and Erik Pieters in the base.
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Koeman knew such a nasty return to Southampton, the team that he has in the past two season, respectively the seventh and the sixth place in the Premier League led.
“It was nice to see some people from Southampton back to see, but the result is not good”, said the former trainer of Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord.
“I have very good memories at Southampton, but it is very disappointing to be here to lose.”
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