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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Unsworth out?

In today’s links: Williams disappointed, Martina OK, and Allardyce excited

Olympique Lyon v Everton FC - UEFA Europa League Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images

Everton are a disaster. It seems that no manager can fix what is well and truly broken at this club. The players look apathetic, off the pace and directionless. Scoring goals seems impossible and stopping them seems even less likely.

One positive: ditching the Europa League means all efforts can go towards the league. Based on current form, the Toffees need all of the help that they can get. Good grief.

In case you missed it

RECAP: Everton dumped out of Europe
Three losses in four games ends Europa League campaign.

Everton sound out Sam Allardyce and Guus Hiddink for manager’s job
Is Big Sam really the man to guide Everton out of trouble?

Toffees Mailbag: Everton’s horrific Halloween edition
Answering your most irreverent but relevant Everton questions.

Friday’s Toffee Bites

Sean Dyche wary of Southampton after playing down Everton rumours - Sky Sports
Sean Dyche says he is fully focused on his job at Burnley ahead of what he predicts will be a testing trip to Southampton on Saturday.

Sam Allardyce rubbing his hands together after Lyon game -
Big Sam will have been rubbing his hands together after watching Everton lose to Lyon tonight.

Football Manager 2018 - The wonderkids you need to sign - Liverpool Echo
Any of this lot take your fancy for your FM18 Everton save?

Williams' "Hurt" At Europa League Exit -
Captain for the night Ashley Williams says Everton were left “hurt” by the manner of their defeat in Lyon.

Unsworth: Remain Positive And Stick Together -
David Unsworth says Everton must “remain positive and stick together” following their elimination from the Europa League - with an important Premier League clash against Watford just three days away.

Martina Released From Hospital -
Cuco Martina has been released from hospital and will travel back to Merseyside with the rest of the Everton squad on Thursday night.

What and How to Watch

La Liga: Real Betis vs Getafe, 4 p.m. ET, beIN Sports
Bundesliga: Eintracht Frankfurt vs Werder Bremen, 3:30 p.m. ET, FS2
Ligue 1: Rennes vs Bordeaux, 3:45 p.m. ET, beIN Sports
Championship: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Fulham, 3:45 p.m. ET, ESPN3
FA Cup: Hyde United vs Milton Keynes Dons, 3:45 p.m. ET, fuboTV
NBA: Celtics at Thunder, 9:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

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