- Tue Oct 24 10:58 PM
EVERTON caretaker manager David Unsworth is desperate to take a chance to land his dream job as Ronald Koeman’s successor at Goodison Park.
- Tue Oct 24 9:49 AM
Burnley boss Sean Dyche admits it is “very flattering” to be linked with the managerial vacancy Everton.
- Tue Oct 24 7:50 AM
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- Mon Oct 23 11:36 PM
Sean Dyche, Thomas Tuchel, Carlo Ancelotti, Ryan Giggs
and David Unsworth are all in the running for the Everton job, plus more.
- Mon Oct 23 10:30 PM
EVERTON want to hijack Leicester’s move to make Burnley’s Sean Dyche their new manager.
- Mon Oct 23 6:09 AM
Ings has suffered two long-term knee problems, keeping him sidelined for much of the last two seasons.The former Burnley forward has said he has "a big part to play in this football club, " with manager Jurgen Klopp a fan -- and the Sun says the Liverpool boss is willing to let him leave on loan...
- Sun Oct 22 10:30 PM
Dyche is among the favourites for the Leicester job and has also been linked with a move to Everton
- Sun Oct 22 7:17 AM
After suffering from an injury nightmare in his two years at Liverpool, it’s no real surprise that reports claim Danny Ings could be set for a loan exit. The 25-year-old joined the Reds in 2015, but has been limited to just 12 appearances in all competitions as he’s suffered one bad injury after...
This Is Anfield
- Sun Oct 22 5:00 AM
Liverpool may allow Danny Ings to leave the club on a temporary basis in January, as the striker looks to …
- Sat Oct 21 10:30 PM
The injury-hit striker will be allowed to leave the club in January if he cannot win a place in Jurgen Klopp's plans
- Fri Oct 20 9:50 AM
SEAN Dyche believes Manchester City are beginning to show signs of looking like Pep Guardiola's all-conquering Barcelona side.
|I think Steven (Defour) and Johann (Berg Gudmundsson) will be touch and go for the weekend,
said Dyche. Both are making forms of progress but I'm not sure if they'll make it.
Defour will be touch and go,
said Dyche. At this stage, we've got to be sensible with it.
There were some excellent tackles last night,
He [Klopp] didn't reference Daniel Sturridge 's cheating when he went down, nothing near him, and he got a free-kick for it,