Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
From being afraid to leave his home during his time at Barcelona to becoming one of Everton’s (and the league’s) best midfielders this season, it has certainly been a ride for André Gomes. After an injury early on in the campaign kept him sidelined for several weeks, the 25-year-old Portugal international has come into his own and has shown how vital he is to the team’s success this season. Here’s hoping Everton’s midfield maestro can finish off the season on a high note and sign permanently with the club sooner rather than later.
Meanwhile, Everton set their sights on 22-year-old Birmingham striker Che Adams to potentially compete with Dominic Calvert-Lewin next season, as it is becomes more apparent that Cenk Tosun’s days with the club are numbered.
24 years ago yesterday, Daniel Amokachi “accidentally” substituted himself on in Everton’s FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham and the rest, as they say, is history. Read the story and watch the incredible moment below. [RBM]
Check out our loanee recap from this past week’s action. [RBM]
Check out behind-the-scenes footage from Sunday’s 1-0 win over Arsenal.
Everton begin work on commemorative statue of Alan Ball, Howard Kendall, and Colin Harvey. [EFC]
Check out the results from a recent Everton Fan Survey. [Echo]
The (costly) case for and against Europa League football. [Echo]
Sheffield United fans seem to have taken quite a liking to loanee Kieran Dowell.
“We are very happy with how we are playing at the moment,” says André Gomes. [EFC]
Gylfi Sigurdsson says Everton are playing the best he’s seen since arriving at the club. [EFC]
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