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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Godfrey debut, Bolasie’s failed move, Coleman-Klopp spat

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Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Five telling stats from the Derby draw. [RBM]

The feeling is good, we wanted to compete and we did. It was a good performance, with good spirit, which was what we needed in this game,” says Ancelotti. [RBM]

Watch the highlights from the match below.

I enjoyed every second of my time on the pitch. It is an important game for the Club and the fans and there is no better game to make your debut for Everton. It is massive to make your debut for such a club as well. It is a great feeling and an amazing experience,” says Ben Godfrey. [EFC]

James’ success with the Blues has reportedly made some members of Real Madrid question Zidane’s decision to sell the Colombian. [AS]

I’m disappointed as I wanted to win the game today. The fans did, too, so in that respect it’s frustrating but in terms of the bigger picture we got a point and take it on to the next game. We didn’t lose and we want to keep that unbeaten run going,” says Dominic Calvert-Lewin. [EFC]

The Reds will be without Virgil van Dijk for several months after hisclash with Jordan Pickford. [Yahoo! Sports]

Tim Cahill has his say on the incident. [Echo]

Meanwhile, boyhood Evertonian and Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has defended Pickford. [Give Me Sport]

Apparently Seamus Coleman and Jurgen Klopp had a heated exchange on the sideline during the game. [Echo]

The Everton Women’s team also saw their 100% start to the season come to an end after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Brighton. [EFC]

We hardly knew thee.

I’m disappointed we didn’t get him [Bolasie]. I thought we had him most of the day but problems cropped up and we couldn’t get it over the line, it was too late. He was disappointed but he was partly to blame. There was things I should have known before 4 o’clock about his problems at Everton and they were problems we couldn’t overcome,” says Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock on failed move. [Teesside Live]

More of this Alex Iwobi please!

What To Watch

West Bromwich Albion face Burnley and Leeds United take on Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Full schedule of games here.

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