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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Digne promises strong finish, Venezuelan striker linked, and more

Recapping all of yesterday’s Everton news

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

After the appointment of Everton’s third manager in three years and a new director of football, have fans set their expectations for this season too high? Meanwhile, more transfer updates emerge and we look at a young midfielder currently out on loan who could play a big role in the team next season.

As Everton’s season draws to a close, we discuss why this season wasn’t a (total) disaster. [RBM]

La Liga president Javier Tebas linked with Premier League executive chairman role—here’s why we hope it doesn’t happen. [RBM]

Check out our recap from Everton Ladies 3-1 loss to Manchester City. [RBM]

Lucas Digne promises strong finish to season. [Echo]

After a pre-season injury ended his hopes of a first team spot, 22-year-old midfielder loanee Joe Williams has been impressing for Bolton Wanderers. [Echo]

Could 29-year-old Newcastle striker Salomón Rondon solve Everton’s goalscoring problem? [Chronicle Live]

Millwall charged by FA following match against Everton last month. [Echo]

Leaving Everton remains one of my biggest regrets, says former Everton star Anders Limpar. [EFC]

Jordan Pickford and fiancée Megan Davison welcome new addition to family. [Echo]

What To Watch

We (somewhat warily) herald the long-awaited return of the Premier League, with Everton’s next opponent Cardiff City in action as they face off against Watford, while West Ham takes on Fulham.

Full schedule of games here.

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