- Mon Mar 12 2:15 PM
Everton's record signing Gylfi Sigurdsson
will see a specialist to confirm the extent of a knee injury amid fears his season could be over
- Mon Mar 12 2:07 PM
The Everton midfielder is to see a specialist to assess a knee injury that the club believe will keep him out for some time
- Mon Mar 12 1:28 PM
• Iceland midfielder faces scan to determine length of layoff • World Cup now a concern for influential playmaker Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson
is to see a specialist amid concerns his season has been ended by a knee injury which could also put his World Cup participation in doubt. The Icelander pla...
- Mon Mar 12 1:09 PM
The Iceland star's World Cup participation could also be in doubt due to a knee injury
- Mon Mar 12 12:48 PM
Everton midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson
is to see a specialist amid concerns his season has been ended by a knee injury which could also put his World Cup participation in doubt.
- Mon Mar 12 12:31 PM
Everton's Gylfi Sigurdsson
injured his right knee against Brighton on Saturday. Gylfi Sigurdsson
will see a specialist on Monday and undergo additional tests after he injured his right knee in Everton's 2-0 win against Brighton on Saturday. The club said in a statement that Sigurdsson "could be s...
- Mon Mar 12 12:30 PM
will see a specialist on Monday evening after he sustained a knee injury in Everton's Premier League win over Brighton on Saturday.
- Mon Mar 12 12:15 PM
Sigurdsson required treatment on his knee during the game but was able to play on until the final whistle at Goodison Park. However, the club now fear he may have damaged knee ligaments.
- Mon Mar 12 12:00 PM
will see a specialist this evening to determine a timeframe for recovery from the knee injury he sustained in Saturday’s Premier League win over Brighton at Goodison. It is anticipate
- Sat Mar 10 7:46 PM
Will he be back to face Stoke City?
- Sat Mar 10 4:40 PM
English Premier League: Anthony Knockaert red card (80') Everton 2-0 Brighton
- Thu Mar 8 12:59 PM
is back in the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time since suffering an horrific double leg fracture in March last year. Martin O'Neill has welcomed his captain back into the side.
|We came here to try to do everything to try to win the match, not come here to see and just to block them,
Our one was a clear penalty, not like the first one,
Silva said. The referee is there in that moment and it looks like my player touched the ball.
We played and created chances… like I promised we would, we came here to try to do everything to win the match,
said manager Silva.
The record isn't the best but this reflects how it's difficult to play there, how they are a good team as well,
says Silva. What we have to do is to be ourselves, to respect the opponent because they have enough quality to cause problems for us.