Being sacked by Everton appears to be the quickest route to a decent international management job...
Who will replace Hughes at Stoke? The two obvious choices? The 'rank outsider'? The Ryan Giggs?
Ryan Giggs rules himself out of a job he was never in the running for as Swansea eye two ex-PL bosses...
"Using the word slavery is too much but it is very difficult, that is all I can say." Big words.
West Brom have a number of options, depending on what they prioritise: Safety or style?
Oumar Niasse has yet again been the bigger man and thanked Ronald Koeman for his time at Everton.
Nobody cares about 'the United way' or a lack of deference to Everton's history when things are good.
Former Everton boss Ronald Koeman has revealed that he had Olivier Giroud "in the building".
A Dutch newspaper says the blame for Everton's horrendous start should be shared.
Why did Everton sack Koeman? The tactics, the 'arrogance', the red Christmas tree, his licence plate...
Ronald Koeman said nothing of his red Christmas tree, but did thank Everton for their time.
Ronald Koeman has left the club after a 5-2 defeat to Arsenal plonked them in the relegation zone.
No system, no plan, no support, and seemingly no future at Everton for Koeman. There is surely no way back.
Ronald Koeman is running out of things to criticise at Everton, so is taking aim at referees.
Think things are bad at Everton? Well David Moyes is being lined up to replace Ronald Koeman.
A late penalty and a draw, but Everton still look wretched. How long does Koeman have?
"In football, maybe it's only one point but it is a different picture." Koeman is finding the positives...
There's no doubt about the big game of the weekend. We are tingly. And so is Joel Matip; he has done this before.
Roy Keane aimed a dig at Everton over the fitness of James McCarthy. Koeman flat bats it.
Poor results against Brighton, Arsenal and Leicester in October could seal Koeman's fate...
"Maybe in this situation it is good to have an international break. I don't know." Sounds good, Ronald.
Ronald Koeman, Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pellegrino all say there is nothing to see here. Oh there is, fellas.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman still has the "total support" of majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.
Koeman admitted he was not unhappy with Everton despite their 1-0 loss to Burnley...
That is not a compliment, Ronald Koeman. Martin Keown lays into "slow, ponderous" Everton.
Ronald Koeman accused Everton of having been "scared" and "afraid" to play the ball forward.
The manager who refused to give Oumar Niasse a squad number last year saw this coming, apparently...
Are Leicester and Liverpool ready to go again? Will Man United score four? Can Koeman turn things around?
"In holding the ball, in his movements. He can be more clinical," says Koeman of Calvert-Lewin.
"He's in my mind for the weekend," offers Koeman with one hand, before taking away: "But I have 29 players."
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