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Pay cuts, furlough or deferrals: what are the Premier League clubs doing?

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From Arsenal to Wolves, we look at what the clubs are doing regarding pay for players, non-playing staff and casual staff
Arsenal continue to monitor the situation regarding player and staff wages and are playing an active role in the Premier League’s discussions. But there has been no decision taken and the focus has been on ensuring casual employees are looked after. All will be paid as normal until 30 April with the situation reviewed thereafter.

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My favourite game: Everton v Bayern Munich, 1985 Cup Winners’ Cup

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I was a ballboy that night and even though Jean-Marie Pfaff tried to waste time by miscontrolling my perfectly weighted passes Everton sent Bayern packing
When Søren Lerby sauntered into the Goodison cauldron without shin pads even my 13-year-old eyes could see it was a reckless act. Nearly 35 years on, the artful Bayern Munich midfielder’s decision can now be dismissed as the quaint machismo of a bygone age.

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Merseyside’s red and blue mobilise forces in fight to save local livelihoods

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Football takes back seat during coronavirus crisis as Liverpool and Everton rally round communities and regular haunts
The Winslow on Goodison Road would have been heaving with Evertonians before and after the Merseyside derby on Monday but never opened its doors because of the suspension of the Premier League. Unless football resumes inside the stadium opposite within two months, they may not open again.

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Lampard praises midfielder Billy Gilmour after 4-0 win against Everton – video

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The Chelsea manager Frank Lampard praised Billy Gilmour after the team’s 4-0 showcase against Everton, saying the midfielder had the ‘balls’ needed to perform in difficult areas of the pitch.
Meanwhile, Everton’s manager Carlo Ancelotti said that ‘today it was wrong from the beginning’ as the team had their worst performance since appointing him in December

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Olivier Giroud continues fine form to cap Chelsea’s 4-0 cruise past Everton

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Chelsea took a grip on fourth place thanks to their biggest home win of the season, crushing Everton with a brilliant attacking display. Goals from Mason Mount, Olivier Giroud, Pedro and Willian were enough for them to move five points clear of fifth-placed Wolves and ensure that Carlo Ancelotti endured an unhappy return to Stamford Bridge.
This was comfortably Everton’s worst display since his appointment in December.

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s central role in Everton revival put Euros in sight

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Carlo Ancelotti says his No 9 can be one of Europe’s best strikers as fine form puts him firmly on Southgate’s radar
Timing is everything, especially for strikers. When to run. When to jump. When to shoot. When to take an extra touch. Get a couple of these things right and you stand a chance of doing well; get all of them right and you could be as good as Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

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Everton’s Carlo Ancelotti says he holds no grudge against Chelsea over sacking

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Ancelotti reflects on ‘two fantastic years’ before Bridge return
Dominic Calvert-Lewin joins Holgate with new five-year deal

Carlo Ancelotti has said he holds no grudges against Roman Abramovich or Chelsea as the Everton manager prepares to face his former club for the first time since his ruthless dismissal in 2011.
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Carlo Ancelotti avoids touchline ban after red-card rant at referee

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Ancelotti angry at disallowed goal against Manchester United
Everton manager fined £8,000 by FA over incident

Carlo Ancelotti has avoided a touchline ban but been fined £8,000 by the Football Association for his behaviour after a late Everton goal was disallowed against Manchester United.
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Premier League ‘likely’ to go behind closed doors because of coronavirus

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‘It may happen in the coming weeks’, says Everton’s CFO
Premier League: season could be curtailed by outbreak

The spread of coronavirus means it is likely Premier League matches will be played behind closed doors this month, a leading club executive has admitted.
Sasha Ryazantsev, Everton’s chief financial officer, said banning fans from matches in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus would be a decision “forced” on clubs.

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