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Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

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Marco Silva has plenty to ponder
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What a busy day yesterday was for the Blues, with lots of news and not much of it good either.

Let’s kick off on a positive note. The club announced early in the day that major stakeholder Farhad Moshiri was now officially the majority stakeholder. What does that mean, and what are the ramifications? More here. [RBM]

We’re getting into the last few games of the international break, and therein begin Everton’s issues.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin made a late cameo for the England Under-21 side in a win over Latvia, but then hobbled off with an unspecified injury. [RBM]

Seamus Coleman pulled out of Republic of Ireland’s game yesterday, and it appears he’s suffered a stress fracture to his foot. [RTE]

And it doesn’t matter if you’re not playing for Everton this season either, the injury bug will still find you.

Sandro Ramirez left with an injury while training with Real Sociedad where he’s out on loan for the season. [Sport Witness]

Not all internationals were filled with bad news though.

Richarlison made his full debut for Brazil, wearing the #9 against El Salvador and started with a bang, winning the penalty for the opener before a golazo made it 2-0. He would add another in the second half for his brace before coming off, uninjured!

Another striker on a hot streak is youngster Fraser Hornby, who scored twice to make it five goals for the Scotland Under-21s in just two games. [EFC]

What To Watch

We’re done with the international break for another month, and players will start trickling back to Finch Farm.

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