Funniest Twitter reactions : Ronald Koeman uses Liverpool colour to decorate his home

This is hilarious! Everton manager Ronald Koeman has been slammed by fans for using red colour in his Christmas tree.


Christmas is coming, Christmas trees are dazzling the two halves of Merseyside, but the blue half of the Merseyside is showing no mercy to the Everton Manager Ronald Koeman.

The Toffees boss put up a Christmas tree in Liverpool color, red and posted the picture on social media. Little did Koeman know that the fuming Evertonians would see red in an innocent Christmas tree.

It’s high time Koeman learns how the apparently innocent colors, blue and red epitomizes and divides the loyalties at the Merseyside. The former Southampton boss’s red coloured Christmas tree is considered somewhat to be Liverpool-colored.

Everton’s current form is not helping things either, they have won just one game in their last nine. 5-0 thrashing by Chelsea and 1-0 defeat to Koeman’s former club Southampton have not gone down too well for the Everton fans.

Yesterday, Koeman tweeted: ”Almost #christmastime #busyfootball#period” with the Red Tree.

Such was the incoming flak for the colour, Koeman was compelled to revert to color to harmless white and appease the furious fans.

Koeman tweeted again to calm things down, with the caption: ”Better colour?”

The coach got so moved by the whole ‘Christmas Tree Fiasco’, his final tweet read: ”I Think there are more serious problems in the world, than making a big story out of a !!!”

The Dutch manager seems to be amidst a learning curve, on and off the pitch. Not only on the football field, but also his decoration at home seem to be under scrutiny. Everton fans called his Red Decoration ”disappointing”. But, on an honest note, having a go at the manager for a Christmas tree, is appalling to say the least.

Everton are currently at the seventh position in the English Premier League Table, registering 19 points from 13 fixtures.

Here are the funniest, best reactions from Social Media, on the whole saga




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