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Wednesday’s Toffee Bites: Everton’s final 23-man squad, Ancelotti’s Davies outlook

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Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Does Bernard deserve a place in Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton? [RBM]

Watch some behind-the-scenes clips from the Derby here.

Apparently Liverpool’s players and managers are continuing to fan the flames lit during the game, with Georgino Wijnaldum the latest to pipe up. [RBM]

Ex-Blue Sandro Ramirez scores seconds after coming on for new club SD Huesca (goal at 0:51).

Tom [Davies] can improve because he is still young, although he has more experience than our other young players. I think Tom has the advantage that he can play in all the positions in the midfield. He needs to be patient because there is a lot of competition in the team, in all the positions,” says Ancelotti. [EFC]

With both international and domestic transfer windows now closed, Everton have announced their final 23-man squad for the rest of the calendar year until the next transfer window. [Premier League]

Anicio Caldeira Duarte, Bernard; Calvert-Lewin, Dominic*; Coleman, Seamus; Davies, Thomas*; De Andrade, Richarlison; Delph, Fabian*; Digne, Lucas; Doucoure, Abdoulaye; Gbamin, Jean-Philippe; Godfrey, Benjamin Matthew*; Holgate, Mason Anthony*; Iwobi, Alex*; Keane, Michael Vincent*; Kenny, Jonjoe*; Lossl, Jonas Bybjerg; Marques Loureiro, Allan; Mina Gonzalez, Yerry Fernando; Olsen, Robin Patrick; Pickford, Jordan Lee*; Rodriguez Rubio, James David; Sigurdsson, Gylfi Thor*; Tavares Gomes, Andre Filipe; Tosun, Cenk.

*signifies homegrown player

Leon Osman talks his start at the club, favorite memories, and more. [EFC]

I have been here for just over a month and I’ve been working every day in training on various aspects. Every day is an opportunity to learn and it’s a case of training hard and listening to what the coach has to say. I think every day we can get better and better. I think, moving forward, we will be completely in sync with each other and be able to get the best out of each other as a team,” says Allan. [EFC]

Everton goalkeeping coach Alan Kelly reportedly requested that João Virgínia get the start in Everton U23’s 0-0 draw against Spurs U23s the other day. [Echo]

What To Watch

Plenty of UEFA Champions League action on today.

Full schedule of games here.

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