This Everton season is exhausting. Are these guys pretty good or total crap? Watching them from week to week you would have no idea. The top teams in the Premier League routinely embarrass them, but then they will turn around and curb-stomp a lesser opponent. Truth be told, Everton as a club just haven’t made much, if any, progress this season. No one would be surprised if they finish seventh in England and head to the Europa League again in 2018-19. But the fans want more, and deserve more.
In case you missed it
Allardyce’s unconventional midfield propels Everton to three points
But has he found a long-term solution?
Everton still watching previous manager target
Blues already looking past Big Sam
Coleman left Everton game with injury
Unrelated to previous leg break though
Schneiderlin booed by Everton fans when entering game
A significant response towards the player from the fanbase
Monday’s Toffee Bites
Ladies beat Reading 2-1 - EvertonFC.com
Goals from forwards Courtney Sweetman-Kirk and Chloe Kelly helped Everton Ladies secure a deserved win over Reading in Widnes.
Pickford Has Sights Set On Seventh - EvertonFC.com
Jordan Pickford has reiterated Everton’s desire to crack the top six - but for now have their sights set on a seventh place finish to the current campaign.
Gylfi Sigurdsson reveals why Arsenal defeat can be turning point - Express.co.uk
Goodison Park has been kind to Everton this season.
Everton set to dump £30m Michael Keane in the summer window - Mirror Online
Blues braced for heavy financial hit on 25-year-old who is just one of several big-money signings yet to deliver.
What and How to Watch
Premier League: Chelsea vs West Bromwich Albion, 3 p.m. ET, NBCSN
La Liga: Deportivo La Coruna vs Real Betis, 3 p.m. ET, fuboTV
Primeira Liga: Moreirense vs Estoril, 3 p.m. ET, fuboTV
NBA: Knicks at 76ers, 7 p.m. ET, NBA TV
Suns at Warriors, 10:30 p.m. ET, NBA TV
Also, the Winter Olympics are now on so there’s plenty of once-every-four-years action going on.