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“Expensive Rubbish” – Eamon Dunphy Slams Everton After Liverpool Humbling

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Unsurprisingly, Eamon Dunphy didn’t mince his words on his return to TV punditry as he ran the rule over Everton’s performance in which they fell to a 5-2 defeat to Merseyside rivals Liverpool at Anfield.  A brace from Divock Origi and goals from Xherdan Shaqiri, Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum gave the Premier League leaders a comfortable, straight-forward victory over …

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Troy Parrott Named On Tottenham Bench Ahead Of Everton Clash

Irish U21 international Troy Parrott has been named on the Tottenham bench for the first time in the Premier League ahead of Spurs’ clash with Everton this afternoon. The 17-year-old has never made a squad in the top flight for Spurs but is included among the substitutes for the game at Goodison Park. Tottenham captain Harry Kane did not travel …

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Everton Sign Djibril Sidibe As Competition For Seamus Coleman

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Everton have signed a new right-back as competition for Seamus Coleman. Djibril Sidibe has joined the Toffees on a season-long loan from AS Monaco. Everton have the option to sign the World Cup-winning defender on a permanent deal at the end of the Premier League season. The 27-year-old was part of the Monaco team that won the French title in …

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“I Text Him Last Night And Said, ‘Look, You’ve Got A Big Part To Play In This Ireland Team”

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“He needs a fresh start.” When James McCarthy suffered a double-leg break against West Bromwich Albion in January 2018, the television cameras panned away to a worried-looking Seamus Coleman sitting in the stands. The Republic of Ireland captain was still recovering from a similar injury, 11-days away from making his return to the first-team after nine months on the sidelines. …

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Seamus Coleman Opens Up On Homesickness After Move To Everton

Everton and Ireland captain Seamus Coleman has opened up on his battle with homesickness following his move to Everton from Sligo Rovers ten years ago. Coleman has been an integral part of the Toffees’ side for the past number of years and is currently the eighth longest serving one club player in the Premier League having made the move to …

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Millwall Promise Life Bans For Fans Guilty Of Racist Chanting

Millwall have said they will ban for life any supporters found guilty of racist chanting during a win over Everton Saturday as the Football Association launched their own inquiry into a video published online. English second-tier club Millwall knocked Premier League side Everton out of the FA Cup with a dramatic 3-2 victory. But there was crowd trouble outside The …

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Three Systems McCarthy Could Deploy To Facilitate Doherty & Coleman

Mick McCarthy’s second tenure as Ireland manager is edging closer with the former Wolves and Sunderland manager working hard behind the scenes to assess his player pool and potential tactics. The 59-year-old has been busy trying to recruit players like Patrick Bamford and Nathan Redmond and contacting others who may have been disgruntled under the last regime. One of those …

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Report: West Ham Linked With Move For Ireland’s James McCarthy

Everton and Republic of Ireland midfielder James McCarthy is reportedly set for a move away from Goodison Park following an injury-hit last couple of years with the Merseyside club. McCarthy recently returned from a double leg fracture which he sustained almost a year ago while attempting to block a shot from West Brom striker Soloman Rondon. The Daily Mail are …

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Spurs Thrash Everton In Eight Goal Thriller

Tottenham Hotspur showed why manager Mauricio Pochettino is a wanted man by thrashing Everton 6-2 at Goodison Park on Sunday to close to within six points of Premier League leaders Liverpool. Spurs have had to cope with the unwanted attention of Pochettino being linked with the Manchester United job following Jose Mourinho’s sacking this week. But they showed no signs …

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Jesus Fires Man City Back To Premier League Top Spot

Manchester City laid down the gauntlet to Liverpool by leapfrogging their title rivals back to the top of the Premier League with a 3-1 win over Everton at the Etihad on Saturday. Gabriel Jesus enjoyed a welcome return to form by scoring his first league goals in four months either side of half-time to put City two goals up. Dominic …

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Watch: Seamus Coleman Left Red-Faced After Unfortunate Own-Goal

Seamus Coleman was the victim of some bad luck as he scored an own-goal against Watford in today’s Premier League matchup. It was Watford’s Gerard Deulofeu who started the move against his former-club, finding Kiko Femenia who crossed into the box where Roberto Pereyra managed to connect. Hitting the post, the ball then rebounded into the path of Ireland’s Seamus …

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Jordan Pickford Apologises For Howler Against Liverpool

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Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford apologised on Sunday to fans for his blunder that handed Liverpool a 1-0 victory in the Merseyside derby at Anfield but said he is mentally strong enough to bounce back. The England international misjudged a looping, miskicked shot from Virgil Van Dijk, appearing to push the ball upwards before it bounced on top of the bar …

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