- Sun Aug 19 8:13 PM
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- Sat Aug 18 5:20 PM
It was not victory that distinguished the first home game of Marco Silva’s Everton reign from what had preceded it but the entertainment and enjoyment that accompanied a hard-fought win over Southampton. Goodison Park endured a tense, nervous finale but this was an absorbing first win for Silva a...
- Fri Aug 17 10:30 PM
• Everton manager admits his own English skills must improve • ‘Richarlison has settled in well but he has to learn English’ Marco Silva has told his summer signings Richarlison, Bernard and Yerry Mina they have to learn English to immerse themselves in the Everton squad. Richarlison made an imme...
- Fri Aug 17 4:59 PM
• England manager will assess goalkeeper at Goodison Park • Southgate to attend Crystal Palace v Liverpool on Monday Gareth Southgate will attend Southampton’s game at Everton on Saturday to scrutinise first-hand the progress of Alex McCarthy
in the visitors’ ranks as the England manager consider...
- Fri Aug 17 3:51 PM
Rúben Neves will have had fantasy football nerds in virtual ecstasy after the Wolves midfielder’s goal and assist against Everton proved their scouting ability. Leicester need to take an even closer look at Neves in order to atone for their disappointing display at Old Trafford. Jamie Vardy’s ret...
- Fri Aug 17 3:23 PM
There was an immediate improvement from last season in Everton’s forward play and work rate in the Premier League opener at Wolves and Goodison Park craves more of the same in Marco Silva’s first home league match having endured Sam Allardyce’s soul-destroying approach last season. Mason Holgate...
- Fri Aug 17 9:08 AM
Today’s fluff starts with an earthquake A little over a week after the drama, excitement and largely underwhelming-apart-from-Everton actuality of England’s transfer deadline day it is Italy’s turn to bring the curtain down on the summer market. They have until the clock strikes eight in Rome on...
- Fri Aug 17 12:45 AM
Chelsea and Arsenal promise goals and flaws, Fulham need to tighten up at Spurs and will sparks fly again when Benítez meets Warnock? With two teams in flux, Chelsea’s derby with Arsenal is a meeting that promises goals. Both sides are vulnerable in defence and dangerous in attack. Although beate...
- Thu Aug 16 1:00 PM
Careful what you wish for Newcastle and Everton fans – more competition could stave off a European Super League, but forward-thinking billionaires may find other corners to cut It’s a good thing that Alisher Usmanov is not, so far as we can tell, Sacha Baron Cohen in disguise. Otherwise there wou...
- Wed Aug 15 10:30 PM
• Director of football Brands: ‘Maybe the market value was lower’ • Brands rejects claims club overspent on agents for Yerry Mina Marcel Brands, Everton’s director of football, has rejected Manchester United claims that excessive agents’ fees were paid to sign Yerry Mina from Barcelona but admitt...
- Mon Aug 13 8:25 AM
Guendouzi is one of Arsenal’s few reasons to be cheerful, Naby Keïta is a thrilling talent no matter whose shirt he’s wearing, and Richarlison already looks worth the money Wherever Arsène Wenger was watching, he would have approved of Mattéo Guendouzi’s presence at the base of Arsenal’s midfield...