Five reasons Everton can make the top six a top seven next season
Everton have made the slot between the top six and the rest of the table their own this season. Isolated for much of the campaign, Ronald Koeman’s first campaign as boss of the Toffees has been a satisfactory one, even though it will end without a trophy and no substantial gains made towards breaking into the top six.
There is a new air of ambition around Goodison Park after the word of investment from Farhad Moshiri. The appointment of Koeman has been regarded as a step forward for the club and performances like their 4-0 thrashing of Manchester City give hope that next season will be one to remember.
Seventh place will not be good enough for a demanding Evertonian fanbase next term, though. Progress either in the cups or in the league is needed if they are to prove themselves as anything more than an upper-midtable irritant to the big boys.
Here are FIVE reasons the Toffees could become something really special next season…