As it stands, it’s not only the British public that is on lockdown as British football has also had to follow suit.
Following a very poor start to the season, Everton are now in much better form and will be hopeful they can get back into the European places come the end of the campaign.
Much like many a season before it, the second half of 2019/20 has been about nothing but time for Everton, and the countdown to another summer transfer window.
It’s just a matter of when and not if Liverpool will win the 2019-20 Premier League title and the Reds could do it as early as Monday night in the derby.
Everton visit Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday aiming to continue their resurgence under new manager Carlo Ancelotti.
As one of the 12 founder members of the Football League it is fair to say that Everton are firmly entrenched as an institution within English football.
Everton still remain in the hunt for European football this season, following a resurgence since Carlo Ancelotti took over.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti was given a straight red card after the final whistle in the 1-1 draw against Manchester United, but his bond with Evertonians just grows stronger and stronger.
Everton spent big on Moise Kean last summer. The forward arrived from Juventus on a five-year deal that could be worth up to €30 million to the Toffees if all add-ons are met.
All Evertonians will agree that one of the best moments of Everton’s season happened in their most recent 3-2 defeat to Arsenal.
Everton midfielder Andre Gomes says he is sad about the result but that he is delighted to be back on the pitch for Everton after making his return from injury in the 3-2 defeat to Arsenal today.
Everton Football Club has appointed Laing O’Rourke as ‘preferred contractor’ for its new 52,000 capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock on Liverpool’s waterfront.