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“The red card was a joke, it was not intentional, for sure it was not violent. Maybe it was a yellow. He was running behind and he had contact with the ankle of the opponent. He did not have intention to hurt the player or use violent conduct. It was not the right decision...we will appeal, for sure,” says Ancelotti. [RBM]
Grade the players (and manager) from the loss. [RBM]
Watch the highlights here (if you dare).
“We’re not a perfect team and we were going to lose a game at some point, but hopefully we can learn from it. We’ll definitely bounce back and we’ll learn from this,” says Anthony Gordon. [EFC]
“It is a great joy to be able to play alongside James, he is like my brother. He is not just a good person who keeps me focused, he is somebody who can professionally help me. He brings something to my life. It is great sharing every day with him. Hopefully, we can achieve our objectives together,” says Yerry Mina. [EFC]
Look away now...Moise Kean scores brilliant brace for PSG.
“There is just a different belief among us. And the team did not let us down in the Derby. By coming back twice against a Liverpool side that played so well, it showed the big strides being made at Goodison Park,” says Wayne Rooney. [The Times]
A new hotel is reportedly in the works just a stone’s throw away from the Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium site. [Echo]
The People’s Club.
I’ve been thinking about you Evertonian a lot lately for a while and now something to say thank you for letter cheers pic.twitter.com/00K04tdwXx— Michael (@Dull41Mike) October 23, 2020
What To Watch
Brighton take on West Brom and Spurs face Burnley. Some action in La Liga, Serie A, and Bundesliga, too.
Full schedule of games here.