Published: Mon, March 13, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Koeman ready to sign Lukaku's contract for him!

Koeman ready to sign Lukaku's contract for him!

Saturday's comprehensive win over West Brom has afforded Everton a seven-point gap over their closest competitors in the battle for a continental spot.

Koeman was delighted with his team's "professional" performance and was particularly pleased with the way they dealt with West Brom's aerial threat.

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Ronald Koeman's self-confidence must have been through the roof - praising the Blues' strike force as a collective who will "always score goals", explaining that his side "have those sorts of players".

"What we like is that strikers find the best position in that moment and that's what happened with this game".

I am really pleased because it's hard against West Brom.

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'The boy is so strong, so good on the ball. But maybe after six points then we come closer and then maybe something is possible.

That was quickly added to by a second before the break as Koeman's side entered the interval in charge.

"Sixth would be unbelievable", said their manager, Ronald Koeman.

The playmaker has been accused of inconsistency in recent years, and he was briefly left out of the Everton side by Ronald Koeman earlier this term, but it only seems to have brought the best out of him. "I think of course he will be in the squad".

Everton won the reverse fixture 2-1 back in August, with goals from Kevin Mirallas and Gareth Barry cancelling out Gareth McAuley's opener for West Brom, and it's likely to be another game of fine margins between two good teams on Saturday. "He has a lot more freedom now in the team".

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