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Everton and West Ham 'want Barcelona striker Martin Braithwaite' as Nou Camp chiefs demand £15m
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Agent of Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz, Alvaro Torres, has revealed that he has received requests for ‘information’ concerning his client, amid interest from both Everton and Liverpool. Calcio Napoli 24 claimed earlier this month that the Toffees were keen on signing the Spanish midfielder this summer, with Carlo Ancelotti keen to bring a new midfielder […]
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Everton are interested in signing Barcelona forward Martin Braithwaite following the end of the season, according to Sport (as translated by Sport Witness), with Carlo Ancelotti set to launch a summer rebuild. The Denmark international joined Barcelona as an emergency reinforcement in January following a lengthy injury sustained by Ousmane Dembele, signing a four-and-a-half-year contract […]
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Everton are interested in signing Atletico Madrid’s Santiago Arias, according to Antena2, as the Toffees look to find an ideal long-term solution to their right-back issues. Djibril Sidibe and Seamus Coleman have rotated as Everton’s starting right-back this season, although neither have been able to particularly establish themselves as the clear candidate to be first choice. […]
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Everton will refuse any attempt to sign Moise Kean in the summer, either on a permanent or loan basis, according to the Liverpool Echo – a decision that would symbolise the club’s faith in the player. Signed from Juventus for a significant fee last summer, Everton would probably have hoped to have seen the 19-year striker adjust […]
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Carlo Ancelotti is preparing an official offer of €40m (£36.6m) for Napoli midfielder Allan, according to journalist Nicolo Schira, as the Italian looks to bolster his options. Everton have been frequently linked with the Brazilian midfielder since the January transfer window, where Ancelotti reportedly called the player directly in a bid to bring him to Merseyside. Nothing […]
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Carlo Ancelotti is working fast on securing his first major signing as Everton manager, with Lille having received three offers for Gabriel Magalhaes, according to L’Equipe (via GFFN). Le10 Sport reported a couple of months ago that Everton could look to reignite interest in the 22-year old defender in the summer, after having missed out in […]
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Chelsea return to Premier League action today when they face Everton at Stamford Bridge. The Blues registered a very good win during the week in the FA Cup against Liverpool and will look to do the same against another Merseyside team in Everton. Frank Lampard’s men need the win to extend their gap over fifth-placed Manchester United, who are just three points behind them in the league and play later in the day against Manchester City. Everton come into this game in a decent run of form, having lost just one of their last six league games. The last time
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Crystal Palace have not had a good start to 2020 as they are still searching for their first win of the year. Roy Hodgson’s men have lost two and drawn three of their five league games of 2020, losing their last two games against Southampton and Sheffield United at home. They have yet another tough test this weekend when they travel to Goodison Park to face Everton. The Magpies have been on a roll in the league and are undefeated in the last four Premier League games. The last time these two sides faced in the league was the opening
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Matchday 26 will be played over two weekends, and we take a look at what to expect when the defending champions feature.
Everton will hope to keep their impressive form going when they face Crystal Palace. Here is the predicted Everton lineup.
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Thanks to the newly introduced winter break, the teams in the Premier League have some breathing space, going into the business end of the campaign. But that will mean that this weekend will see just eight teams in action, with the rest happy to take that break before returning to action in the next week. Everton welcome Crystal Palace in an interesting game at Goodison Park but the rest of the games all include teams that are fighting for relegation. Just three points separate Brighton and Watford at the bottom as they face off at Amex stadium this weekend in
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Everton were interested in signing Lille defender Gabriel in the January transfer window, but a deal to bring the Brazilian to Goodison Park did not work out for the Toffees. The 22-year-old central defender has been with the French club since joining them in 2017. As per Le10 Sport, Everton made a bid for him in the January transfer window but Lille rejected it as they felt that the bid did not match their valuation of the Brazilian. Premier League side Arsenal were also interested in signing him. The report states that both these Premier League sides could renew their
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According to a recent report by Spanish news outlet Sport, Premier League outfit West Ham.
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According to a recent report by Le 10 Sport (translated by Sport Witness), Everton have.
According to a recent report from Sport as cited by Sport Witness, Everton are said.
The post Everton Interested In This Barcelona Attacker Valued Around €18m: Should Ancelotti Go For Him? appeared first on The 4th Official.
According to a recent report by ForzaRoma, Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has instructed his scouts.
The post Everton Boss Eyeing A Move For This Italian Midfielder: What Will He Bring To Goodison Park? appeared first on The 4th Official.
In a recent post on Twitter, renowned journalist Nicolo Schira revealed that Everton were planning.
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In a recent interview with Football Insider, former Leeds United striker Noel Whelan shared his.
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Moments that made the Premier League: Wenger stays silent as a football dynasty is founded
Deep in the bowels of Ewood Park in the Autumn of 1996, Arsenal’s players took their seats in the dressing room at half-time as they awaited the manager’s appraisal of their efforts during the opening 45 minutes of a rather bland clash with Blackburn Rovers. The Gunners were a goal up courtesy of an early …
QUIZ: Name every relegated Premier League team since 1992
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Tweets of the Week: Boris Johnson, Coronavirus and the greatest goal of the month competition ever
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Podcast: Best Premier League XI never to win the title
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This day, that year: David Moyes debuts in the Premier League with Everton, 18 years ago
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Why Everton should keep hold of Moise Kean amidst interest from Roma According to Liverpool Echo, Roma are one of the several clubs interested in signing Everton forward Moise Kean in the summer. Kean, 19, came through the youth ranks of Torino and Juventus before making his appearance in Serie A for the latter last […] More
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Why Everton should swoop in Thiago Silva on a free transfer this summer According to Sportal (h/t The Liverpool Echo), Everton are weighing up a summer swoop for Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva. The 35-year-old has enjoyed another solid campaign with Paris Saint-Germain, making 30 appearances in all competitions, including six in the Champions League. […] More
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Why Everton should plot a summer swoop for Santos star Yeferson Soteldo Santos president Jose Carlos Peres has spoken to Calciomercato (h/t The Liverpool Echo), claiming that Everton are interested in signing Yeferson Soteldo. Signed by Santos from Huachipato in January 2019, Yeferson Soteldo has scored 10 goals and provided 7 assists in 36 games […] More
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Why Ciro Immobile to Everton would be a fantastic move According to 90min.com (h/t The Express), Everton are interested in signing Lazio forward Ciro Immobile in the summer to bolster their attacking unit. Immobile, 30, came through the ranks of Salernitana and Juventus’ youth system and played for several clubs including Torino, Borussia Dortmund and […] More
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Why Jose Callejon would be a good addition to Everton According to The Athletic (h/t Sky Sports), Napoli’s Jose Callejon has emerged as one of Everton’s top summer transfer targets. Callejon, 33, came through the ranks of Real Madrid’s youth system and moved to Espanyol for regular game time. After three successful seasons with the […] More
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Why Everton must make a move for AS Roma’s Cengiz Under Back in January, the Bleacher Report (h/t The Sun) had claimed that Everton were interested in signing AS Roma winger Cengiz Under and had contacted his representatives to see if he is available. However, no deal materialised during the winter transfer window and he […] More
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- Wed, 25 Mar 2020 11:59:00 +0000: My favourite game: Everton v Bayern Munich, 1985 Cup Winners' Cup - Everton | The Guardian
I was a ballboy that night and even though Jean-Marie Pfaff tried to waste time by miscontrolling my perfectly weighted passes Everton sent Bayern packing
When Søren Lerby sauntered into the Goodison cauldron without shin pads even my 13-year-old eyes could see it was a reckless act. Nearly 35 years on, the artful Bayern Munich midfielder’s decision can now be dismissed as the quaint machismo of a bygone age.
It was 24 April 1985, the night Howard Kendall’s Everton came of age to blow away the West German giants and reach the European Cup Winners’ Cup final. Somehow Lerby survived unscathed. Not so Bayern’s red shield of invincibility.
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- Sat, 21 Mar 2020 07:00:32 +0000: Merseyside's red and blue mobilise forces in fight to save local livelihoods - Everton | The Guardian
Football takes back seat during coronavirus crisis as Liverpool and Everton rally round communities and regular haunts
The Winslow on Goodison Road would have been heaving with Evertonians before and after the Merseyside derby on Monday but never opened its doors because of the suspension of the Premier League. Unless football resumes inside the stadium opposite within two months, they may not open again. “We just have to take it on the chin and try to recover,” says the pub’s general manager, Dave Bond.
The Arkles on Anfield Road might well have staged a title-winning party for Liverpool fans this Saturday, many having circled Roy Hodgson’s return with Crystal Palace as the day their 30-year wait was most likely to end. “Saturday will feel hollow for me as a Liverpool fan of over 50 years,” admits Paul Tremarco, the pub’s manager. “But even for a passionate football fan sport takes second place at the moment.”
It is almost Shankly-esque to see the players, fans and manager working together for societyContinue reading...
- Thu, 19 Mar 2020 13:06:28 +0000: Everton's new stadium can 'unlock economic potential' after crisis - Everton | The Guardian
- Northern Powerhouse Partnership director praises project
- Hope is for work at Bramley-Moore dock by end of year
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Building Everton’s new stadium later this year will help boost economic confidence and unlock potential in the wake of the inevitable slowdown because of coronavirus, according to Henri Murison, the director of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership. He believes the “mega-project” will be important in boosting the region’s short- and long-term prospects.
Liverpool city council’s public consultation period on the planning permission for the stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock ends on Friday and it is understood Everton do not expect any additional delay caused by coronavirus. Work is expected to start in the final quarter of this year. It is also understood the constructors, Laing O’Rourke, do not foresee any problems in terms of labour from September onwards.Continue reading...
- Mon, 09 Mar 2020 09:00:02 +0000: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action - Everton | The Guardian
Phil Foden gets a reality check, Chelsea’s veterans show their worth and West Ham’s board have a decision to make
The rehabilitation of Luke Shaw has been a success of Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s reign. A player given harsh treatment by José Mourinho may never turn into the first-choice England left-back he looked set to be as a teenager at Southampton but his recent repurposing as a left-sided centre-back has revealed extra dimensions to his game. It is a highly specialised position, one only really suited to those games where Solskjær sets his team up to soak up pressure, but since Shaw was deployed there at Liverpool in January, 3-5-2 has been the default formation for United’s more testing fixtures. Shaw’s presence also gave Brandon Williams licence to overlap, though both were put through plenty of defensive work by Manchester City. At 24, Shaw has become a senior figure guiding young blood through matches, something inconceivable under Mourinho. John BrewinContinue reading...
- Sun, 08 Mar 2020 19:08:23 +0000: Lampard praises midfielder Billy Gilmour after 4-0 win against Everton – video - Everton | The Guardian
The Chelsea manager Frank Lampard praised Billy Gilmour after the team's 4-0 showcase against Everton, saying the midfielder had the 'balls' needed to perform in difficult areas of the pitch.
Meanwhile, Everton's manager Carlo Ancelotti said that 'today it was wrong from the beginning' as the team had their worst performance since appointing him in December
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- Olivier Giroud continues fine form to cap Chelsea's 4-0 cruise past Everton