Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Yesterday, Everton fell to Arsenal 3-2. The Blues will be back in action on Sunday, March 1st against Manchester United at home.
Everton's miserable streak at the Emirates continues. Here’s how it happened. [RBM]
Watch the highlights below.
Grade the players (and manager) from the match. [RBM]
“We are going in the right direction, but these are mistakes we have to learn from. Offensively we had a good performance, but the fact that we were not so good defensively means we go home without points,” says Ancelotti. [RBM]
Everton are reportedly keeping a close eye on 24-year-old midfielder Ozan Tufan. [Sport Witness]
“I am so glad to be back in the team, to help everybody to reach what we want. We have big goals. The feeling is really good. It is not the result I wanted on my comeback. But I am happy to be back and to help the team. We need to look forward and for the next games. We have three tough games coming next and we want to be ready,” says André Gomes. [EFC]
Blues rumoured with previously-linked midfielder Morgan Sanson. [Express]
“Anyone would hope to play more, that is undeniable. I always try to be ready every time I am called into question. I try to do my best when the team needs me. I would like to play more,” says linked defender Daniele Rugani. [HITC]
Everton’s new stadium is slated to be completed in the fall of 2023. [Echo]
Everton U18s defeat Sunderland U18s 7-2.
| Our U18s won 7-2 at Sunderland this afternoon. Great result, Blues! #EFCU18 #U18PL— Everton Academy (@EvertonAcademy) February 22, 2020
⚽️ Sean McAllister
⚽️⚽️⚽️ Thomas Cannon
⚽️⚽️⚽️ Lewis Dobbin pic.twitter.com/UFHK4HRk7D
“There are similarities between Pep and Carlo. They have both won and been very successful. They have both managed fantastic clubs and fantastic players. They both have a winning mentality. It is still early stages but I am really excited for the future,” says Fabian Delph. [Echo]
What To Watch
Liverpool face West Ham United in Premier League play.
Full schedule of games here.