Everton can climb table - Kendall

25 November 2010 04:34
Former Everton manager Howard Kendall says the Blues are a better team than the Premier League table suggests.David Moyes' side currently lie 14th, two points above the relegation zone. [LNB]But Kendall, who twice guided Everton to the First Division title, told BBC Radio Merseyside: "You can't knock their attitudes or performances. [LNB]"I think they've been unfortunate not to be higher in the table with the way they've performed, it's just the results that have been disappointing." [LNB]He added: "I think they are good enough to be well up there. If you look at the likes of Bolton and Stoke, I think man for man and the way they've performed, Everton are better. [LNB]"But it's all about points and I think they are quite capable of putting a run together." [LNB]Kendall, who had three spells in charge at Goodison Park, also singled out Irish full-back Seamus Coleman for particular praise.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "I think he's got a little way to go but at the same time he's an exciting prospect," said Kendall. [LNB]"There are not many with the pace and the ability to go past players at this present time."

Source: BBC_Sport