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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Richarlison talks Silva, new manager rumours, and more

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

Everton Training Session Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Tomorrow, Everton face Chelsea at Goodison Park in Duncan Ferguson’s first match as temporary manager. In their last 10 meetings, Everton have three wins, three draws, and four losses. Everton defeated the Pensioners their last time out this past March in a 2-0 victory. COYB!

If you haven’t heard already, Marco Silva has been sacked, with Duncan Ferguson charged to take over against Chelsea tomorrow. [RBM]

We argue that Everton's problems go beyond the manager, and sacking Silva won't cure all. [RBM]

Watch Big Dunc’s first presser ahead of tomorrow’s match.

Five telling stats from Everton’s Derby defeat. [RBM]

Some extended highlights (if you dare watch).

Everton release info on the upcoming rematch against the Reds.

The responsibility of where we are was not just down to the coach, it is down to the players too. Everyone at the club is responsible, everyone at the club is under pressure and it is down to us to wear the shirt and do as well as we can on the pitch. We hope we can react as soon as possible because we are low in the table and we need to start playing well and start winning,” says Richarlison. [Mirror]

There are reports that Shanghai SIPG FC manager Vítor Pereira could be on Everton’s radar. [Daily Mail]

People say David Moyes is a step back - I’d argue a step back is good for Everton at the moment. The steps forward Everton have made in the last three or four years haven’t got them anywhere,” says Leon Osman. [BBC]

We hear Carlo Ancelotti is also one of these four.

The club could also be looking at Atlético Madrid manager Diego Simeone. [Express]

What To Watch

Villarreal face Atlético Madrid in La Liga play while Inter play Roma in Serie A action.

Full schedule of games here.

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