Yes, I can give you an explanation.
Basically, it all depends whether the phrasal verbs are separable or inseparable. Did you realise that there were two different kinds of phrasal verbs? You are correct in thinking that the pronoun must go in the middle position, but this rule only applies to separable phrasal verbs, such as "see her home'. This doesn't apply to inseparable ones.
I presume that the phrasal verb you are thinking of is 'to get round someone', meaning to use your charm to persuade someone. This is an INSEPARABLE phrasal verb, so the pronoun has to go at the end.