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Guardian - Tue Jul 24 10:40 PM
Everton have completed the signing of Brazilian Richarlison , for a fee of £40m. The player joins up with former manager Marco Silva, who brought the player to the Premier League with Watford. In an interview with Everton TV, Richarlison revealed how Silva ‘became like a father’ to him Continue r...
Guardian - Tue Jul 24 9:16 PM
Young Brazilian showed all-round ability in first Premier League season and Silva believes their partnership can help revive new club “We need to be calm with him, ” said Marco Silva, then Watford’s manager, of Richarlison in September. “Of course everybody’s happy with him but we need to be calm...
Guardian - Tue Jul 24 8:16 PM
• Player was at Vicarage Road last term under Marco Silva • Silva became new Toffees boss at the end of May Richarlison has completed his move to Everton from Watford which is hopes can help his “dreams to become a reality here at one of the biggest clubs in England”. The five-year deal will cost...
Guardian - Mon Jul 23 7:49 PM
German can learn from his Everton counterpart Jordan Pickford if he is to improve and stay at Anfield Maybe, just maybe, Loris Karius needs to stop seeing himself as an artist and start thinking like a scientist? Perhaps his faith in the powers of instinct could do with being underpinned with a f...
Guardian - Sun Jul 22 9:00 PM
With just weeks until the big kick-off Arsenal, Liverpool and West Ham have been among the biggest spenders A new manager has arrived and five players have joined, with key signings in goal, defence and, not before time, defensive midfield. Unai Emery has since declared his squad “complete”, with...
Guardian - Sun Jul 22 1:00 PM
Last summer’s big spending ended in disaster, which may deter others from trying to catch the Premier League’s elite The good news for football followers is that the Premier League will shortly be back. The bad news is that, if your club did not finish in the top six last season, it will almost c...