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Tranmere Rovers host Newcastle United and Bolton play Aston Villa in Carabao Cup second round draw
The draw also sees Crawley Town host Fulham, Everton making the trip to Fleetwood Town and last season's National League champions Stockport County host Leicester City .
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Railway strikes cause headaches for travelling football fans across the country this weekend
Manchester United fans will have to leave early from their trip to Brentford to make the last train home, while Newcastle and Leeds supporters face a scramble to avoid overnight public transport.
Everton discover Carabao Cup second round opponents after draw
Everton will make the trip to League One opposition in the second round of the 2022-23 Carabao Cup
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Everton switch focus to Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Mohamed Camara
SIMON JONES: The Goodison club have been pushing hard to re-sign their former midfielder and had hoped to finalise a deal this week.
Everton told they will soon have an '€80m' player on their hands after transfer
Everton have paid big money for Lille star Amadou Onana, but Belgium's U21 boss thinks he knows what they are doing
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Everton and Wolves among Premier League clubs targeting Strasbourg's Ludovic Ajorque
Sources have indicated to Sportsmail that Wolves have submitted an unsuccessful offer for the former Angers player. Ajorque was watched by English scouts against Monaco on Saturday.
Everton 'exploring loan-to-buy offer for Southampton striker Che Adams'
Frank Lampard is eager to bolster his attacking options especially with Dominic Calvert-Lewin set to miss the first month of the season.
Transfer news RECAP: Man United target Milinkovic-Savic 'looks more likely to stay at Lazio'
TRANSFER NEWS RECAP: Manchester United were handed multiple transfer blows, with both Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Cody Gakpo 'edging towards staying at Lazio and PSV'.
Amadou Onana is a tackling machine hailed as 'one of the most talented young players in Europe'
Everton turned a lot of heads earlier this week when they signed 20-year-old defensive midfielder Amadou Onana from Lille for £33.5 million.
Everton interested in signing Coventry striker Viktor Gyokeres
Frank Lampard's side are limited in the centre-forward position following Richarlison's £62million move to Tottenham, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin set to miss up to six weeks with an injury.
Frank Lampard heaps praise on new £33m Everton star Amadou Onana
Onana has signed a five-year deal and he is expected to be joined soon by Idrissa Gueye, who is finalising his return to Merseyside from Paris Saint-Germain.
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Carabao Cup draw - Everton drawn away to Fleetwood Town in second round
Everton and 12 other Premier League clubs will discover their opponents in the the second round of the Carabao Cup tonight
Dramatic pictures highlight progress made on Everton new stadium
Everton have been working on the construction of their new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock for a year
Everton new stadium will be a game changer as plan emerges
The Liverpool ECHO's business of football writer Dave Powell looks at the impact Everton's new stadium will have on the club, 12 months after work started on it
Everton could repeat David Moyes transfer trick with Zlatan Ibrahimovic replacement
Reports claim that Coventry City's Viktor Gyokeres is one of the names on Everton's list as they look to strengthen their attacking options
Everton fans give clear Frank Lampard verdict after vital club changes
Everton supporters who responded to the ECHO's Big Forum are backing Frank Lampard and his staff to succeed with more transfers on horizon
Conor Coady opens up on 'six tough weeks' at Wolves ahead of signing for Everton
The 29-year-old was left out of Bruno Lage's lineup for their opening day defeat at Leeds United and that was seemingly the final straw to force a move away
The Everton Football Club Latest Football News
- Tue, 09 Aug 2022 13:00:18 +0000: Everton sign rising Belgian talent Amadou Onana in €40m agreement - Everton | The Guardian
- Toffees beat competition from West Ham for Lille midfielder
- Young player fifth signing of summer window at Goodison
Belgium international midfielder Amadou Onana has joined Everton in a deal worth up to €40m.
Everton beat off competition from West Ham to secure the powerful 20-year-old, who has signed a five-year contract at Goodison Park. The club will pay €36m plus €4m in add-ons to Lille, who signed Onana for almost £6m from Hamburg only a year ago, plus 20% of any future sell-on fee.Continue reading...
- Mon, 08 Aug 2022 21:41:38 +0000: Conor Coady joins Everton on loan as Wolves sign Guedes for £27.5m - Everton | The Guardian
- Coady wants to play regular football ahead of World Cup
- Guedes arrives from Valencia to boost Wolves attack
Everton’s new signing Conor Coady has pledged to “help the club move forward” after completing a season-long loan move from Wolves. Bruno Lage sanctioned the temporary exit of his captain to allow him to play regular football in the buildup to the World Cup. Everton will have an option to buy the England centre-back at the end of the season.
Wolves, meanwhile, have made the Valencia forward Gonçalo Guedes their second summer signing in a £27.5m deal.Continue reading...
- Sat, 06 Aug 2022 19:21:06 +0000: Everton 0-1 Chelsea: Premier League – as it happened - Everton | The Guardian
Jorginho scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot, while Everton defender Ben Godfrey was stretchered off with a bad ankle injury
2 min: Everton advance and Vitally Mykolenko picks up the ball on the left touchline but is unable to get a cross in. He plays it backwards.
1 min: Chelsea get the ball rolling, their players wearing white shirts with light blue stripes, white shorts and blue socks. Everton wear their customary home kit of blue shirts, white shorts and white socks.Continue reading...
- Sat, 06 Aug 2022 18:48:31 +0000: Jorginho on the spot to earn Chelsea hard-fought opening win at Everton - Everton | The Guardian
It was not a statement performance to launch a new season under ambitious new owners yet Chelsea found rare encouragement at Everton nevertheless. “Maybe it was not the most exciting game in the history of the Premier League,” Thomas Tuchel massively under-stated; “But a win is a win is a win.” A potentially significant one, given Chelsea’s recent toils at Goodison Park.
Jorginho’s penalty late in first-half stoppage time ended a run of four successive league defeats for Chelsea at Goodison. Tuchel’s team were dogged not decisive, solid not spectacular, and lacking in penetration despite a lively contribution from Raheem Sterling.Continue reading...
- Fri, 05 Aug 2022 21:30:11 +0000: Lampard believes ‘beautiful’ survival battle has made Everton stronger - Everton | The Guardian
Manager believes sense of togetherness on and off the pitch can push club forward after successful battle against the drop
The noise outside Goodison Park is much quieter than when impassioned Evertonians inspired their team towards safety in May but Frank Lampard can hear it just as clearly. Another fight for survival. First manager to be sacked, according to the bookies. Whatever unfolds, a crash course in management at opposite ends of the Premier League table has made Lampard better-equipped to handle it.
“I don’t mind that,” he says of the doom-laden prophecies that accompany Everton into the season. “I’m not immune to hearing it. I know it’s there in certain places. If you come off a relegation battle and lose a player of high value to the team on the pitch [Richarlison] I think it’s understandable. I understand when I listen to the radio and people say we’re probably going to be in a fight again. That’s no problem. Other clubs are probably being told they’re going to be in the European places. It means nothing at the minute.Continue reading...