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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Jamie Vardy to be Everton’s top summer target

In today’s links: Everton lose to Burnley, Arteta for manager and Moshiri under the microscope

Everton v Leicester City - Premier League Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images

There are no words left. This Everton team is a disgrace. Sam Allardyce needs to go. He no longer cares about wins or losses. He’s coaching out the string and cashing checks. The defense is a sieve. The attack lacks venom. And what is the panacea that the team’s scouts have come up with? A 31-year-old Jamie Vardy.

I’m done.

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Monday’s Toffee Bites

Sam Allardyce admits criticism from Everton fans is 'not nice' - Mirror Online
“It’s not what you want to hear, but you have to accept the responsibility when you’re the No 1," said the former England manager.

Everton 'ready to battle Arsenal to make Mikel Arteta manager' - Liverpool Echo
Former Blues favourite linked with shock return as rumours increase.

Everton line up sensational move for Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger - Daily Star
Everton are set to offer Arsene Wenger an immediate return to Premier League management if he is sacked by Arsenal.

Farhad Moshiri be warned: At Everton, it has gone to mutiny - Daily Mail Online
Unity. The word defines Everton, somuch so that the title of their song for the 1995 FA Cup final was All Together Now. It is still played at Goodison to this day. It is no longer in supply at this proud club.

Everton FC make Jamie Vardy 'their number one summer transfer target' - Daily Post
The Blues are linked with the Leicester and England striker despite uncertainty over Sam Allardyce's future.

'Sharper' Tosun Vows To Kick On -
Determined Cenk Tosun says scoring his first Everton goal against Burnley on Saturday has given him a huge boost in confidence.

Coleman: It's Up To Us To Perform -
Seamus Coleman insists that he and his teammates know it is up to them to give Everton supporters a positive end to the 2017/18 season.

What and How to Watch

Premier League: Crystal Palace vs Manchester United, 3 p.m. ET, NBCSN
La Liga: Celta de Vigo vs Las Palmas, 3 p.m. ET, beIN Sports
NBA: Pistons at Cavaliers, 7 p.m. ET, NBA TV
Trail Blazers at Lakers, 10:30 p.m. ET, NBA TV
NHL: Maple Leafs at Sabres, 7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN

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