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Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson fires double to sink lacklustre Everton

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It is these kinds of off-colour and lukewarm performances that make it nigh on impossible to regard Everton as genuine top-six contenders.
Marco Silva overhauled his squad to the tune of more than £115m this summer, undoubtedly bolstering his front line but his side’s defending here left a lot to be desired as Callum Wilson started and completed the scoring to earn Bournemouth a second win of the season.
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Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action | Rachel Brown-Finnis

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Record crowds only added to the excitement on an opening weekend where newcomers Manchester United and Spurs both impressed despite losing
I’ve played at World Cups and in Olympics, been at tournaments where attendances and TV viewing figures have been amazing, and as players you’re thinking: “What effect is this going to have on the domestic league, and on my club?” And then a few weeks later you’re playing in front of a few hundred people, and reality hits.

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Graeme Souness reminds media of the need to think before speaking | Sachin Nakrani

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The pundit may not have meant any harm but he strayed into hurtful territory when speculating on Moise Kean’s character
Many years ago I was a told a joke that, looking back, could well have been my first experience of racial stereotyping. I can’t remember who said it, or exactly how old I was, but it has lived with me ever since.
“What do you call a black man in a suit? Guilty.”
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Everton v Wolves: match preview

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Wolves have embraced their return to European football with six wins out of six and while that form has yet to translate into a Premier League victory they will be buoyed by achieving their goal of qualifying for the Europa League. Thursday’s win over Torino was the ninth game in 36 days for Nuno Espírito Santo’s side and Everton, with new signings Moise Kean and Alex Iwobi pressing for full home debuts, have the pace to capitalise on any fatigue in the visiting ranks.

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Richarlison and Iwobi save Everton from embarrassment against Lincoln

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Marco Silva was impressed by the character his Everton side had shown after they responded to going behind here after 21 seconds to book a meeting with Sheffield Wednesday after a pulsating second-round Carabao Cup tie.
Silva has targeted good cup runs this season as Everton search for their first silverware since the 1995 FA Cup. That appeared to be little more than a distant dream as Lincoln quickly took the lead when Harry Anderson fired home Jack Payne’s cutback.

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Marco Silva begins mission to end Everton’s abysmal League Cup record

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• Manager looks for ‘something special’ in Carabao Cup • Everton’s pursuit of first trophy in 25 years starts at Lincoln
Marco Silva, on the eve of his second season as the Everton manager, identified where he was seeking improvement. “We must do better in the two cups,” he said. “Our aim is to do something special in both cups.” He must target the extraordinary to end Everton’s abysmal record in the League Cup.

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