Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has credited manager Ronald Koeman for helping him rediscover the love of football.
The Frenchman was brought to Goodison Park in the January transfer window for around £ 20 million from Manchester United. Everton had made Schneiderlin as one of their primary transfer targets several months ago, and they had to resist attempts from the likes of Tottenham in order to sign the 27-year-old. Schneiderlin spent a huge chunk of the first half of this campaign on the bench or in the dugout – as he largely featured in the match day squad.
Schneiderlin was clearly not favoured by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. He was brought to the club by former boss Louis van Gaal, who left the club in the summer. Continue Reading