Everton fans are absolutely crucifying Ronald Koeman, after the former Toffees boss tweeted his displeasure with some poor customer service.
Quite a lot went wrong towards the end of Koeman’s Everton career, but most of all his signings were a complete disaster.
While the departure of Steve Walsh this summer probably shows it wasn’t all Koeman’s doing, the Dutchman’s summer spending spree was quite simply awful.
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Of all the players the Toffees brought in, only really Jordan Pickford represents both immediate success and significant value if they decide to sell the keeper on.
Davy Klaassen was perhaps the pick of the bunch as far as bad signings go, making just seven league appearances at Goodison after his £23.6m move.
Everton fans will of course be expecting bigger and better things this summer thanks to the arrival of Marcel Brands and Marco Silva, and they are hilariously bashing Koeman after he rather bizarrely tweeted at a flip-flop company over their “lack of service”.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
Sounds like some footballers you ordered this time last year. Fully paid for and went missing.
— steve doyle (@toffee5000) June 25, 2018
?? or they all just looked like they were playing in those flip-flops
— JayT (@Jaytee1878) June 25, 2018
You left Steve Walsh in charge again didnt you? Big mistake. You will end up with 45 pairs of loafers in January when he gets back from Italy.
— Neil (@NeilA1878) June 25, 2018
We’ve been thinking the same with Yannick Bolasie
— Shoey Mc (@ShoeyEFC1234) June 25, 2018
A Ronald Koeman signing not turning up. Fancy that.
— Damian (@OhPleaseBeQuiet) June 25, 2018
Pay back for giving us Bolasie ???
— Matt Vicary (@Vicaz22) June 25, 2018
Check the same place as the Arteta money. Bill will explain.
— Paul Devine (@PaulDevine70) June 25, 2018
12 months ago I paid for 4 season tickets hoping to see Everton play some football Ronald, lack of service was an understatement
— Jenny Hughes (@Jennyefc1982) June 25, 2018
You spent 200 million and a whole team went missing
— Tain (@iamtainer) June 25, 2018
13 months ago, we ordered a new left back and a striker. Paid my season ticket in full and neither arrived..karma
— Rob Smith (@Rob99Smith) June 25, 2018