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Substitute Lucas Pérez was not ready, says West Ham’s Manuel Pellegrini

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• Michail Antonio came on as Pérez had not warmed up• Pellegrini denies West Ham owners put him under pressure
Manuel Pellegrini said Lucas Pérez was left on the bench during West Ham United’s win at Everton as he was not ready to replace the injured Marko Arnautovic.
Pérez was clearly unhappy at the decision of the West Ham manager, who celebrated his 65th birthday at Goodison Park with a crucial first win of the Premier League season.

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West Ham’s Andriy Yarmolenko proves his worth in victory at Everton | Jonathan Wilson

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Ukrainian provides perfect birthday gift for Manuel Pellegrini with two goals towards a first league win of the season
In West Ham’s situation any win will do. They are off the mark, off the bottom of the table and, on Manuel Pellegrini’s 65th birthday, they ensured they avoided the worst start to a league season in the club’s history. In the goals and all-round performance of Andriy Yarmolenko there were even tentative signs that the summer signings may turn out to offer some value.

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If tapper-uppers won’t change their ways then penalty must be points | Daniel Taylor

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It is unusual Watford have pressed their case against Everton over Marco Silva and more or less every club does it, but fines don’t deter and repeat offenders should lose points
The most blatant “tap” I ever heard about goes back to the days when it was quite the norm for the members of the FA’s international committee to use their positions as a way of making clandestine approaches to players from the England team.

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Premier League investigates if Everton made illegal approach for Marco Silva

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• Watford angry over Everton’s conduct over manager last season• Silva eventually moved to Goodison Park this summer
The Premier League has asked a law firm to investigate if Everton made an illegal approach for Marco Silva when he was Watford’s manager last season.
The 41-year-old Portuguese coach was heavily linked with Everton after they sacked Ronald Koeman last October but Watford refused to release Silva, rejecting significant offers of compensation from the Merseyside club.

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Maurizio Sarri leads way for Premier League newcomers at Chelsea | Paul Wilson

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The Italian has made the most impressive start of the seven managers new to the top flight or on fresh assignments, while doubts already dog Manuel Pellegrini and Neil Warnock
There are no fewer than seven new managers in the Premier League this season, four of them completely new – Maurizio Sarri, Unai Emery, Nuno Espírito Santo and Slavisa Jokanovic – and three others with previous experience but in new club situations.

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Playmaker Pickford recognises the limits of his footballing ability

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The England goalkeeper’s talent with his feet makes him a trailblazer for his country but he says tricks are a step too far
It was Ruud Gullit who gave us the line about “a goalkeeper is a goalkeeper because he can’t play football” and, though that can probably be held against him now, it is also fair to say not many people would have argued when he said it, in 1997, as the player-manager of Chelsea.
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Dominic Calvert-Lewin rescues point for tepid Everton against Huddersfield

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Not even the introduction of Ademola Lookman could save this game from instant forgettability. The substitute came closest to conjuring a winning goal in the second half, when his cross was almost touched in by Gylfi Sigurdsson, though that is not to suggest a player on loan at RB Leipzig last season proved a point or confirmed the wisdom of Everton keeping hold of him.

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Kurt Zouma insists Chelsea career is not over despite Everton loan

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• French centre-back under contract at Stamford Bridge to 2023• ‘I want to show I can come back … I need some game time’
Kurt Zouma has insisted a loan to Everton does not signal the end of his Chelsea career and he will ultimately prove himself at Stamford Bridge. The 23-year-old is expected to make his full debut for Marco Silva’s team against Rotherham United in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday with Michael Keane out <a href="https://www.theguardian.

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