Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Everton’s match against Norwich City tomorrow will be a bit of an unfamiliar one, as the two sides haven’t met since 2016, which resulted in a 2-0 win for the Canaries. In their last 10 meetings, Everton have three wins, five draws, and two losses. Can Everton get back on track after a successful international break? COYB!
We talk to a Norwich City blogger about what to expect from the Canaries on Saturday. [RBM]
Marco Silva has his say on the Sidibe-Coleman conundrum. [RBM]
Silva reveals that Bernard and Delph are a doubt for Saturday and provides an update on André Gomes’ rehabilitation. [RBM]
Check out some bits of skill and recent moments of magic from the Toffees.
“It hasn’t gone well for him [João Virgínia]. I can’t speak highly enough of him as a professional, but coming in at 19 it was a big ask to come in as a starter week in, week out. We’re aware it hasn’t gone well for him but I’m sure it will resolve itself either way in the next few weeks,” says Reading FC manager Mark Bowen. [Berkshire Live]
“The Premier League is a very different championship to Serie A. I need time to adapt. If I have to focus on an immediate objective, it must be to claim a place in the starting line-up at Everton and work towards this,” says Moise Kean. [Daily Mail]
Everton U21s set to face-off against Fleetwood Town in Leasing.com Trophy second round match on Tuesday, November 26th. [EFC]
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