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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Lukaku snaps back at angry Everton supporters

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Hello, Blues! Welcome to Toffee Bites, a new daily (Monday through Friday) post that compiles all of the Everton news that we either didn’t get to, or just isn’t quite big enough for it’s own independent piece.

Consider this your one stop shop for Everton news. Down in the comments section, feel free to discuss anything from the news articles linked here, matches later in the day or whatever else is going on in your life.

Onto the bites...

Everton's short-lived attempt to sell their own beers - Liverpool Echo
In the late 1980s, Everton wanted to launch their own beers - but their business plan met a press backlash

More information on Everton's newest scout - HITC
Steve Walsh keeps adding to his talent-evaluating team

Everton 'school of science' offers salvation from school of hard knocks - The Telegraph
Everton proves every day that it is much more than just a football club

EFC grad McAleny turned down "more money" to join Fleetwood Town - Liverpool Echo
McAleny ends a 13-year association with Blues by joining the League One side

New official membership scheme means fans can 'get more Everton' - ToffeeWeb
The lads at ToffeeWeb do a nice job of breaking down a new package that EFC are offering for 2017/18

Deulofeu to Roma? - Liverpool Echo
Geri is still an Everton player, but his future is very much up in the air

Lukaku hits back at Everton fans - Metro News
The big Belgian striker took to Twitter to vent a little bit.

Niang holds out for Arsenal over Everton - Read Everton
Everton want the AC Milan reject, but he thinks he’s too good for Merseyside

Prince Edward opens Everton's People's Hub - Liverpool Echo
Everton in the Community debuted their campus for locals to interact and better themselves

Football Birthdays

Paolo Maldini (b. 1968)
Samir Nasri (b. 1987)
Diego Falcinelli (b. 1991)
Joel Campbell (b. 1992)

Did we miss anyone? Is it your birthday? Let us know down below.

What to watch

Football: no U21 Euros or Confederations Cup action today
MLB: Cubs @ Nationals, 7:05 p.m. ET
Tennis: Aegon International, Round of 64, begins at 6 a.m. ET
College World Series: Florida vs. LSU, Finals Game 1, 7 p.m. ET

Let’s hope for another day of exciting Everton news! COYB!