How Ronald Koeman’s Everton record compares to their other PL managers

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Ronald Koeman has paid the price for Everton‘s poor start to the season – but how does his overall record in the Premier League compare to his predecessors at Goodison Park?

Despite an extremely busy, not to mention expensive, summer transfer window, Everton have won just two of their opening nine matches and find themselves in the relegation zone.

Koeman left Southampton to take charge of Everton ahead of the 2016-17 season and arrived at Goodison Park with an excellent reputation.

But how does the 54-year-old’s Premier League record in charge of the Merseysiders stand up against the club’s previous managers?

Only Joe Royle has delivered a trophy since the inception of the Premier League in 1992, but we’ve ranked the managers in terms of points per game.

1. David Moyes
P426 W172 D123 L130
Points: 642
Points per game: 1.51

2. Ronald Koeman
P47 W19 D12 L16
Points: 69
Points per game: 1.47


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3. Roberto Martinez
P113 W43 D34 L36
Points: 163
Points per game: 1.44

4. Joe Royle
P97 W36 D31 L30
Points: 139
Points per game: 1.43

5. Howard Kendall (1992-93)
P60 W22 D11 L27
Points: 77
Points per game: 1.29

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6. Walter Smith
P144 W41 D42 L61
Points: 165
Points per game: 1.15

7. Howard Kendall (1997-98)
P38 W9 D13 L16
Points: 40
Points per game: 1.05

8. Mike Walker
P31 W6 D9 L16
Points: 27
Points per game: 0.87

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