- Mon Jan 29 7:12 PM
is set to make his Everton return 10 months after having surgery on a double leg break.
- Mon Jan 29 11:49 AM
Sam Allardyce has confirmed Ireland captain Seamus Coleman
will be back in the Everton squad for Wednesday's Premier League clash against Leicester.
|It [VAR] will help for sure,
Silva said. I think it's important. We were in control in that moment. It was really hard for us. It's really frustrating. We had just one player in our box. It's clear where he is in that moment and it's clear on the second touch [by Ramsey] where the ...
Clearly, we didn't deserve this result,
Silva said. It didn't reflect the performance of both teams.
I saw him and analysed him,
Silva told Sky Sports. Of course, when you sign one Brazilian player to come to the Premier League, sometimes you have doubts about adaptation.
Arsenal are a strong side so we must play at our best level,