- Current club: Feyenoord (Coach (sport)
- Date of Birth: 21 March 1963
- Birthplace: Zaandam, Zaandam, the Netherlands
- Position: Defender
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Ajax captain is sat inside Finch Farm's boot-room after completing his transfer to Everton for a fee in the region of £24m. He poses,
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Sadio Mane has become the latest injury concern for Liverpool after it was confirmed the forward has broken a bone in his hand.
On October 10th, we carried a report from Mundo Deportivo, who claimed that Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt has emerged as a priority Barcelona target and Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman ‘recommended’ the Blaugrana to secure his services.
The arrival of Manuel Pellegrini was supposed to usher in a new era at West Ham United, one where the east London side would finally realise their potential as a leviathan and begin climbing the ranks of the Premier League.
Dutch defender Cuco Martina will leave Everton this summer, with a move to the Championship looking increasingly likely. The player, who has been transfer listed by the Toffees, has been linked with moves to Norwich City, Stoke City and Middlesbrough.
German champions Bayern Munich are reported to be monitoring the performances of Everton and England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford at this summer's World Cup in Russia. The 24-year-old made a £30 million move to Merseyside from relegated Sunderland last summer and is expected by many to be The Three Lions' first choice between the posts in the upcoming tournament.
In the Netherlands, the name "Kluivert" is a one fondly associated with one of the country's best ever strikers, Patrick Kluivert. However, his son Patrick Kluivert has emerged from his father's shadow and is fast becoming one of Holland's best young footballing prospects.
When Ronald Koeman was appointed as manager of Everton, with The Toffees spending huge sums of money, a new era of success was anticipated at Goodison Park. However, after struggling to get his new players to gel together as a team and their position in the Premier League deteriorating, Koeman was dismissed from his role. Whilst he no longer works for the club, it has been reported today that Koeman, now the manager of Holland, is still receiving 90 percent of his wage from the Premier League club.
Arsene Wenger's long career at Arsenal Football Club may well be coming to an end with the legendary Invincibles a far cry from this current crop of players. Many believe that a new lease of life will revitalise The Gunners, but a departure from The Emirates does not necessarily signal a departure from the Premier League for the Frenchman.
Sam Allardyce's attempts to recover the disastrous first half of the season at Everton will see him turn to West Bromwich Albion defender Jonny Evans during the January transfer window.
New Everton manager Sam Allardyce has reportedly earmarked Watford skipper Troy Deeney as his number one target for the winter transfer window.
Diego Simeone has ruled himself out of the Everton job as he intends to remain with Atletico Madrid for the next couple of years at the least.
New West Ham United manager David Moyes is reportedly planning an approach to sign Kevin Mirallas from Everton this winter.
Chelsea has made nine changes to his lineup for tonight's League Cup clash against Everton.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has admitted that it is "very flattering" to have been linked with the vacant Everton managerial job. Ronald Koeman was fired by the Goodison Park board yesterday after a poor run of results.
“Write what you want to write.” These are the now infamous last words of Ronald Koeman, who had his head placed on the chopping block at Everton’s Finch Farm yesterday and subsequently lost his job.
Everton have ended their association with manager Ronald Koeman following the Toffees' 5-2 defeat at the hands of Arsenal on Sunday afternoon.
Everton are reportedly considering replacing manager Ronald Koeman with ex-boss David Moyes. The 54-year-old has had unsuccessful spells with Manchester United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland since leaving the Toffees in 2013.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has insisted that he is not worried about being sacked despite being under 'a lot of pressure' to please the club's faithful.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the club will retain the services of first-team trio Alexis Sanchez, Aaron Ramsey and Laurent Koscielny for Sunday's trip to Everton.
Arsenal legend Robert Pires believes Mesut Ozil is unhappy with manager Arsene Wenger after the club underspent during the summer transfer window.