- Wed Sep 27 5:25 PM
SkySports Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson has started training with the first team again after his second serious knee injury in two seasons but will need time to regain match fitness. Wilson tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in February, a and more »
- Wed Sep 27 1:56 PM
was left bloodied after the challenge against Bournemouth. Wayne Rooney
took part in training on Wednesday ahead of Everton's Europa League Group E clash with Apollon Limassol after suffering a cut above the eye in Saturday's 2-1 home win over Bournemouth. Rooney was caught by an arm...
- Mon Sep 25 1:34 PM
arrived at training with a black eye after leaving Everton’s win over Bournemouth with blood streaming down his face. The dramatic incident was the latest in a fraught few weeks for the 31-year-old. Rooney was furious at appearing to be elbowed in the face by Cherries defender Simon...
- Sat Sep 23 6:16 PM
The Everton star required lengthy medical attention against Bournemouth after he was caught in the face by Simon Francis' elbow
- Sat Sep 23 6:00 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Wayne Rooney
was left bloodied and angry after being elbowed in the face by Bournemouth defender Simon Francis. Rooney started up front with Dominic Calvert-Lewin as Everton welcomed Bournemouth to Goodison Park. The 31-year-old leapt to and more »
- Sat Sep 23 4:53 PM
Substitute Oumar Niasse scores two late goals to earn Everton a comeback victory over Bournemouth after Wayne Rooney
is elbowed by Simon Francis.
- Sat Sep 23 4:02 PM
Blood was pouring from his eye!
|I don't see a problem with us in attack, but I've got to find the right formula,
There's been a boost in the squad, we've been really pleased with the last two results,
said manager Eddie Howe. We now move onto another big game here, the mood here's very good. It's a long season and we didn't want to become detached, so the Stoke win was important. More importa...
The biggest compliment I can give Callum is that he's played 90 minutes and it didn't really look hard for him, physically,
We want to go as far as we can - the cup is not a distraction,
said Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe. The quarter-finals await the winners on Tuesday night and the games take on a different meaning then.