Football Soccer Britain - Everton v Middlesbrough - Premier League - Goodison Park - 17/9/16. Everton manager Ronald Koeman applauds the fans at the end of the game. Reuters / Scott Heppell
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Everton manager Ronald Koeman reaffirmed his commitment to the Premier League club on Thursday, knocking down speculation of a move to his former club Barcelona.This year marks the 25th anniversary of Barcelona's first European Cup triumph at Wembley Stadium, when Koeman scored the extra-time winner against Italy's Sampdoria.Barcelona's current coach Luis Enrique is leaving the Spanish champions at the end of the season and Spanish media have linked Koeman with a return to the Nou Camp.Everton sit seventh in the Premier League and Koeman said new players would be brought to help challenge next season for a Champions League place.
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