Ronald Koeman replaces Roberto Martinez to become new boss at Everton- Ronald Koeman has become the new manager at Everton after Roberto Martinez left the post on Tuesday, 14th June 2016. Veteran Spanish footballer ended his managing career at Everton on 12th May. Now onwards, Ronald Koeman will be the new man at this post.
Roberto Martinez has been the manager of three football clubs named – Swansea City, Wigan Athletic and Everton. His success rate was at peak when he managed the first football club of which he was the manager since 24 February 2007 to 15 June 2009.
He later joined Wigan Athletic on 15th June 2009 and held the post for four years, till 5 June 2003. He scored maximum 175 points and achieved the less percentage of success which was just 29.1%. His further career as a manager of Everton again crested with winning rate 42.7% of that club.
Ronald Koeman Leaves Southampton FC
Ronalt Koeman left Southampton FC to join Everton and replaced Roberto Martinez. This huge man has played the similar role for eight clubs in his entire career. Everton will be the ninth club where he will join as a manager and Roberto Martinez will not be present at the post as he has left it in May 2016.
Ronald Koeman, as a manager of previous football club has maintained a good track record of winning the matches with good success rates. All his wins have been ranging in 40 to 50%. He’s expected to remain consistent on his efforts to obligate his club grab more conquests in the upcoming matches.