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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Ancelotti talks first year at club, Isco latest, and more

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

The Blues will look to improve to a three-match win streak when they face off against Arsenal tomorrow. Check out the highlights from their last encounter below.

Everton Women defeat Manchester United 1-0 but are still knocked out of the FA Women’s Continental Cup. [RBM]

It was not a perfect night as Allan had an injury. It’s a hamstring injury. We have to check in the next few days but, for sure, he will stay out although not so long, I think,” says Ancelotti. [RBM]

Moise Kean scores (again) for PSG (goal at 3:02).

Yes, of course [I want to stay past 2024], but it doesn’t mean we can’t be competitive before the end of this contract. We can win trophies before then. We have to continue to improve. We are fighting for a European position and with a chance in the Carabao Cup,” says Ancelotti. [EFC]

U18s boss Paul Tait reflects on influential meeting with Carlo Ancelotti. [EFC]

Lewis Gibson is keeping his head high after a tough start with loan club Reading. [Reading FC]

Isco is reportedly content with staying put at Real Madrid for the time being. [Euro Sport]

What To Watch

Some action in La Liga, Bundesliga, and the Championship today.

Full schedule of games here.

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