Koeman Reveals Reason Not Play Everton Everest Player

Koeman Reveals Reason Not Play Everton Everest Player

Manager Ronald Koeman decides not to lose the most expensive player in Everton’s history, Gylfi Sigurdsson, as his side win 2-0 over Hajduk Split in the Europa League play-offs leg at Goodison Park Stadium on Thursday (17/08/2017).

Everton managed to win over Hajduk Split thanks to goals donations from Michael Keane (minute 30) and Idrissa Gana Gueye (45 ‘).

The result is very good for Everton stock to face the leg 2 which will take place at home to Hadjuk Split, Poljud Stadium, on Thursday (8/24/2017).

Before the game was held, Everton took advantage of the moment to introduce Gylfi Sigurdsson to the public Goodison Park.

Status Sigurdsson is the king of England League free kicks in the last six years.

He is also a master executor for dead balls.

His presence is believed to be public Everton will be very useful to increase the coffers of club goals in the leg 1 Europa League.

However, Ronald Koeman chose not to play Sigurdsson.

The reason, the physical condition of Iceland’s 27-year-old player has not recovered 100 percent.

In fact, Koeman also admitted that he has not decided to play Sigurdsson in the second weekend of the Premier League 2017-2018 against Manchester City at Etihad Stadium on Monday (21/08/2017).

“We will do some tests to see Gylfi’s physical state, but he really needs a chance to play but it will be done if he is needed in this game,” Koeman told Everton TV.

“I also do not know if he will be involved in Monday’s game and we will make the decision on Sunday (20/8/2017),” he said.

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