Ronald Koeman needs Romelu Lukaku to get Everton back on track | Paul Wilson

Impressive start to the season has been tempered by a run of five without a win but there is enough talent out wide to arrest their run against West Ham

Wayne Rooney heading back to Everton makes a great story but let’s face it, Ronald Koeman was only answering a question. Probably as keen as anyone else to change the subject after five winless games, the Everton manager was not about to turn down the invitation to wax lyrical about a Goodison old boy, though he has enough problems at the front of his own team without importing an extra enigma from Manchester United.

Another Everton old boy is on Merseyside on Sunday, and Slaven Bilic returns in charge of a side unbeaten in October, with two wins and a draw in the Premier League and a place in the last eight of the League Cup at Chelsea’s expense.

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