Southampton manager Ronald Koeman looks on before their English League Cup soccer match against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, northern England, December 16, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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Ronald Koeman believes Southampton's clash with Everton at St. Mary's Saturday will provide a vital test of his team's character.Saints manager Koeman had enjoyed an almost perfect introduction to life in the Premier League during the opening months of the campaign as the Dutchman steered Southampton up to second place.Koeman, meanwhile, insists that he will not be able to afford to sign Galatasaray's Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder in the January transfer window.Everton manager Martinez revealed that the club are searching for the perfect formula to keep James McCarthy fit for the rest of the season.Everton winger Kevin Mirallas and midfielder Leon Osman will miss out against the Saints with ankle injuries, although Martinez confirmed neither player will be absent for too long.
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