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Pre-match press conference: Ronald Koeman [video]


Filed: Friday, 21st April 2017
By: Staff Writer


Everton boss Ronald Koeman is seeking to continue the Blues' run of good form against West Ham.

The Hammers have incredibly failed to win any of their last ten home fixtures against the Toffees, who go into the game on the back of consecutive wins against Leicester and Burnley.

And the Dutch boss admitted that he would be delighted if Andy Carroll, who is reported to be struggling for fitness misses out - whilst suggesting that the move to Stratford has been "really difficult for them".

Hear what else Koeman had to say about the match during his ppre-match press conference.


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