Ireland manager Martin O’Neill believes Seamus Coleman is world class and could play for any team in Europe.
O’Neill highlighted the significance of Coleman absence in response to Wales missing Gareth Bale in Ireland’s upcoming fixture with Wales.
O’[email protected] “Well they (Wales) may feel the same about Seamus Coleman and with Robbie Brady.
Ademola Lookman believes he feels more settled now after admitting summer transfer speculation affected his game.
England Under 21s boss Aidy Boothroyd questioned Lookman’s focus after last months England’s U21 2-1 victory over Latvia, and speaking after a MOTM performance in England’s U21 7-0 victory over Andorra, Lookman admitted Boothroyd was right.
Lookman: “It’s very important (to hear criticism) because you can get caught up in this bubble.
Lucas Digne has thanked his teammates, coaching staff and Evertonians for helping him acclimatise to English football.
Digne: “My teammates helped me a lot and the coaching staff, and the fans, too. It’s so important to have their support. I want to say ‘thank you’ to them.
“We have won two games in a row now, which is very important. Against Leicester we had a very good reaction when they scored, which was also a positive.
Kevin Mirallas has reiterated his stance of wanting a move away from Everton.
The 31-year-old Belgian international made a loan move to Serie A following an unsuccessful move to Olympiakos for the second half of the 2017/18 term.
Mirallas, who made similar comments on wanting to make his move to Olympiakos permanent, now wants to also make his Fiorentina move permanent.
‘Tom Davies doesn’t get in a single midfield in the prem but captains Everton and starts every week. Absolute dog shit him’
‘I fuckin hate Tom Davies… I’m an everton fan but I don’t play for Everton because I’m shit at footy……just like Tom Davies’
‘Why is Tom Davies anywhere near this Everton team he is absolutely shit’
If patience is truly one of the seven virtues, it must be one that some Evertonians don’t particular value when it comes to our Academy players.
A Gylfi Sigurdsson wonder-strike gives Everton 3 points at Leicester City.
Match report to follow.
GOL! Leicester 1-2 Everton (77’ Gylfi Sigurdsson)
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Everton blew their chance to progress in the Carabao Cup, falling behind to a late first half goal from Ings before Theo Walcott levelled it inside the final five minutes.
But, the penalty shootout hoodoo that has dogged Everton down the years reared its ugly head again as Southampton won the battle of the spot kicks
Tuesday night at the Grand Old Lady saw the mighty Blues in Carabao Cup action with Southampton the visitors.
Michael Keane believes he’s currently playing the best he’s played since arriving at Everton.
Keane: “I was desperate to get back. I feel like I started the season well.
“There’s a lot of competition for places and I thought the sooner I get back in the team the better, to and show the manager what I can do again.
“That’s the quickest I could have possibly come back. I’ve still got to protect my head [with strapping] for another week or so.
Marco Silva reckons it was really important for Cenk Tosun to score his first goal of the season in Everton’s 3-0 home victory over Fulham on Saturday.
Silva: It is good for his confidence and it is really important he scored.
“It is really important for all our strikers [to score], and of course, for him as well.
“I know it was difficult for him in the game against West Ham when he had a chance and didn’t score, but this is football.