Four Everton problems Koeman must solve after the internationals

Everton’s season has been baffling. Despite their 5-0 battering at Chelsea on Saturday, Ronald Koeman’s Toffees remain seventh in the Premier League, level with Manchester United and just six points adrift of the top four. This is some going considering they’ve also been beaten at Burnley and have only won once in league action since mid-September!

The Merseysiders made a blistering start to the campaign with 13 points from their first five games, but their form has nosedived of late, with issues cropping up all over the pitch for their Dutch manager.

The international break, although frustrating for fans, has come at the ideal time for Koeman, as the ex-Southampton chief is presented with the best part of two weeks to get the salt and pepper pots out and make a plan to turn things around at Goodison Park.

With that in mind, here are FOUR things we at Football FanCast believe he needs to address by the time Swansea arrive on the banks of the Mersey in their next Premier League fixture.

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