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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: Arteta interviewed, doesn’t know where the money went

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

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Lots of interesting news from yesterday as the international break starts winding down and we ramp back up to Premier League action.

The big news for the day was the withdrawal of Seamus Coleman from the Republic of Ireland squad with a foot injury - will he be fit for Sunday? [RBM]

Staying with international action, Cenk Tosun played the full ninety and is yet to break his duck for the season, but set up the equalizer as two late goals sealed Turkey’s 3-2 win away at Sweden.

Here are some very interesting similarities between Marco Silva and Roberto Martinez, and how they began their Everton tenures. Can the Blue under Silva continue like they did under Bobby? [Liverpool Echo]

While still looking back at the recent past, here is an excellent interview with former player Mikel Arteta on his time with the Blues, and how highly he is regarded by the fans. [EFC]

The only Everton player named in FIFPro’s 55-man shortlist for their World 11 is yet to play a single minute for the club. [RBM]

Kevin Mirallas claims that he left Everton because he saw the writing on the wall regarding his future with the Blues. [Click Liverpool]

If you believe the CIES Observatory valuations, then Everton overpaid for Yerry Mina and Richarlison, while letting Davy Klaassen go for less than what he’s worth. [CIES]

The latest episode of Everton Unseen is out, and it covers the international break.

What To Watch

More UEFA Nations League games on today, with Gylfi Sigurdsson’s Iceland playing Belgium and Spain (who beat England over the weekend) hosting World Cup runners-up Croatia. England play Switzerland in a friendly while Richarlison might get the start for Brazil against El Salvador in a game being played in the US.

The England Under-21s, with five Blues in the squad, play away at Latvia in a qualifier. All the television and live streaming info can be found here.

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