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Everton’s Marco Silva accuses Anthony Martial of diving for penalty

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• Paul Pogba put Manchester United ahead after spot-kick saved• ‘It was not a penalty – it is clear the player dived’
Marco Silva accused Anthony Martial of diving for Manchester United’s 27th-minute penalty in their 2-1 victory over Everton.Paul Pogba scored on the rebound following Jordan Pickford’s save.
Idrissa Gueye appeared to touch the ball before Martial made contact with his leg.

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Manchester United 2-1 Everton: Premier League – as it happened

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Paul Pogba’s comedy penalty run-up routine and Anthony Martial’s lovely curler won the game for Manchester United, despite late Everton pressure
6.34pm GMT
And with that, I’m gone. Bye!
6.34pm GMT
And here’s José Mourinho. The most interesting bit is towards the end, where he defends his treatment of youn players and says that it brings success “if they don’t give up, and if they don’t have an entourage that supports their weaknesses”:
I’m happy again.

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Anthony Martial dazzles to help Manchester United edge past Everton

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This was Manchester United’s best display so far this season and a second win in eight matches was much needed. While there was another concerning error from Paul Pogba, which led to Everton’s consolation, there were further spells of the quick and slick play United are showing more of as the season enters autumn.
Romelu Lukaku was dropped for the first time of his United career, joining another of Mourinho’s supposed A-listers, Alexis Sánchez on the bench.

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Observer archive – Alf Ramsey, 28 October 1962

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Following Ramsey’s appointment as England football manager, John Arlott explained why it was the ideal appointment, Arthur Hopcraft reported on Everton vs Ramsey’s Ipswich Town, and Ray Green photographed the man and the match.
The Cool Man in Charge by John Arlott
The F.A., this time, has disarmed all reasonable criticism. Alf Ramsey was, from the outset, the ideal manager for the English team.

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Marco Silva urges Everton to show no fear against Manchester United

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• Everton have won five games at top-six clubs in last 10 years• Silva also has poor record against Premier League elite
Marco Silva has said Everton must play with personality and without fear to improve their abysmal away record against the “big six” of the Premier League, starting with Manchester United on Sunday. Everton have won only five league games in the last 10 years at the homes of the leading pack in the Premier League, losing 34 and drawing 22 of 61 matches in total.

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Everton to launch public consultation over Bramley Moore stadium project

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• ‘The People’s Project’ will canvass opinion from next month• Planning application expected to be lodged in late 2019
Everton are launching a public consultation into plans to relocate to Bramley Moore dock, with the club unlikely to borrow money via Liverpool City Council for the proposed £500m stadium and its planning application delayed for another 12 months.

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Premier League assistant managers: who are they and what do they do?

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One shares a flat with his boss, another is known as the manager’s ‘brother’. A run-down of the men who help to shape their clubs’ success
Known as Carlos, the 45-year-old Spaniard is building up good relationships with the Arsenal players, even if he is not the type to shy away from confrontation. Fiery and animated, if he feels that something needs to be said, he will say it – even to Unai Emery.

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Gylfi Sigurdsson wonder strike gives Everton win over 10-man Leicester

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This was what Everton fans had been waiting for. Their team swaggered to a first away win of the season thanks to two spectacular goals and an attacking performance oozing with skill and speed, particularly from Bernard, the Brazilian winger making his first Premier League start. Leicester showed flashes of quality, too, and equalised through a tremendous goal by Ricardo Pereira after Richarlison had volleyed Everton into the lead following a cross by Bernard.

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