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Will grand old Goodison Park host Merseyside’s return to action? | Paul Wilson

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A Safety Advisory Group will meet on Monday to decide whether Everton can meet Liverpool in what would be one of the last derbies to be staged in their home of the last 128 years
It is hard to believe now, even harder when you are shoehorned into one of the most cramped and restrictive press boxes in England, but Goodison Park was a World Cup stadium once.

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Premier League plans fixture list with Everton-Liverpool set for first Sunday

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Provisional list for first three full rounds given to clubs
Teams agree to neutral venues where needed and more subs

The Premier League’s clubs have been presented with a provisional fixture list for the first three full match rounds of Project Restart, with the standout detail on the opening weekend being that Everton are set to face Liverpool on Sunday 21 June at 7pm – a game Sky plans to show on its Freeview channel.
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Everton offer Leighton Baines one-year contract to remain at Goodison Park

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Deal would extend left-back’s stay at club into 14th season
Niasse, Martina and Stekelenburg not yet offered new terms

Everton have offered Leighton Baines a one-year contract extension with the manager, Carlo Ancelotti, keen to extend the veteran’s stay at Goodison Park into a 14th season.
Baines is one of four senior Everton players out of contract at the end of the month and the only one offered new terms so far.

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Premier League: the 10 most in-form players before lockdown

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Harry Maguire, Mo Salah, Harvey Barnes and Sébastien Haller will be hoping to pick up where they left off
By Martin Laurence for WhoScored
With a return date now in place and anticipation building, it is easy to forget just how the season was left off. Bruno Fernandes had made a fine start to life in England after his arrival from Sporting in January, yet others had dipped.

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‘Quarantine our sad, sick game’: how Heysel tragedy changed English football | Simon Burnton

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English clubs’ ban from European competition, imposed 35 years ago on Tuesday, led to years of isolation until the 1990 World Cup helped to initiate change
In May 1985 the Sunday Times published a now-notorious editorial which alleged that British football was “in crisis: a slum sport played in slum stadiums and increasingly watched by slum people, who deter decent folk from turning up”.

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Food science has turned cooking into an art form for some footballers

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Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson and Mark Noble of West Ham have honed their culinary skills during lockdown while others have discovered a new interest
Lockdown has offered plenty of food for thought and for most people stuck indoors all day it’s not long before thoughts turn to food. But while many of us have spent the past weeks fine-tuning banana-bread recipes and <a href="https://www.theguardian.

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Everton’s Jean-Philippe Gbamin set to be out until 2021 with achilles injury

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Injury-hit midfielder has made only two Everton appearances
Gbamin will undergo surgery next week after training injury

Everton are resigned to being without Jean-Philippe Gbamin until next year after the unfortunate midfielder suffered a serious chilles injury on his return to training.
The Ivory Coast international will undergo surgery next week on an injury sustained in an innocuous, non-contact incident at Everton’s Finch Farm training complex on Thursday.

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My favourite game: Crystal Palace make history in the ZDS Cup final | Ed Aarons

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Palace’s 4-1 win over Everton in the 1991 Zenith Data Systems Cup was a huge moment for the club and life-changing for me
Let me start with a confession: I haven’t always supported Crystal Palace. Growing up in Croydon at the same time as Ian Wright and Mark Bright were inspiring the club whose stadium I could see from my bedroom window to reach the top flight for the first time in a decade, I probably should have done; it was the obvious choice. But I didn’t.

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Everton agree £9m-a-season kit deal with Hummel and drop Umbro

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Club exercise option to change manufacturer
Umbro has supplied kit since 2014

Everton have agreed a three-year kit deal with the Danish sportswear company Hummel worth in the region of £9m per season.
The club have been supplied by Umbro since 2014 but exercised an option to change manufacturers after one year of their latest agreement. The Umbro deal had been worth £4m-£5m per year.
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