Ronald Koeman has remastered the Everton defence with high work rate, says flying full-back Seamus Coleman
Everton have improved defensively this season because new manager Ronald Koeman has put more emphasis on a high work rate and greater solidity, according to right back Seamus Coleman.
Former manager Roberto Martinez played a more attacking style of football but under Koeman Everton have lost only one of their first seven Premier League games of the season to climb to fifth in the table.
'It's difficult doing these interviews because it looks as though you are hammering the old regime and that's not the case,' Coleman told reporters.
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