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Iwobi: Everton offer was too good to turn down


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Alex Iwobi says that he was lured to Everton by Marcel Brands and Marco Silva who promised him that there was a place for him at Goodison Park.
The Blues’ final signing of the 2019 close season was secured right before the transfer deadline, with a deal initially worth £28m confirmed later in the evening that saw the Nigerian international move from Arsenal.




A chat with Elizabeth France, wife of the good Dr Everton, on renewed hope for the new season – possibly the make or break season under Mr Moshiri’s ownership

Lyndon Lloyd chats with Elizabeth France
I said at the beginning of the most recent of my annual chats with Elizabeth France on all things Blue that Everton Football Club is supported by some of the finest people on earth and the good Dr Everton

Silva hopeful over Gomes’s prognosis


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Marco Silva says that he and his team are hoping that André Gomes didn’t suffer any serious injury during today’s goalless draw with Crystal Palace.
The Portuguese was forced off with an ankle injury on the stroke of half-time at Selhurst Park, a blow to the team at a time when they were dominating the contest, and he will be assessed back at Finch Farm tomorrow.

Familiar story for rusty Everton against stubborn Palace


“Plus ça change…”, “deja vu”… pick your French cliché. Everton began a new season with yet another draw — their seventh in the last eight seasons — in a game that was eerily similar to the one between these two teams in late April. The script didn’t end up being written for Wilfried Zaha (or Moise Kean for that matter) and the two sides had to be content with a point apiece, one that damages neither but arguably aggrieves the Toffees more.

New season begins with frustrating draw


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Crystal Palace 0 – 0 Everton
Morgan Schneiderlin’s red card capped off an afternoon of familiar disappointment for Everton at Selhurst Park
Everton and Crystal Palace ground out their second goalless encounter at Selhurst Park of the calendar year and the Blues will be ruing another two points that got away despite Morgan Schneiderlin’s dismissal.

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