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On Saturday, Everton defeated Watford 3-2. The Blues will be back in action on Saturday, February 8th against Crystal Palace at Goodison Park.
Everton defeat Watford 3-2. Watch the highlights below.
Jean-Philippe Gbamin reportedly requires more surgery and will likely be out the rest of the season. [RBM]
Check out a full recap from Friday’s Transfer Deadline Day. [RBM]
And read up on Everton’s loanees in action this past month. [RBM]
“We’ve watched a lot of Morgan [Feeney] in the U23s at Everton and members of the staff have gone to watch him as well and we’ve all come back saying the same thing, which is what a great attitude to the game he has. He’s a good addition to the group. It’s his first loan but I’m very confident and very positive about it, and I think he will come here and be a really good success,” says Tranmere Rovers boss Micky Mellon. [TRFC]
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Today I had the opportunity to surprise Ashley, his beloved family and some of his friends. We had such an amazing day together. Ashley is a huge Evertonian and unfortunately he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. I've heard of his story and situation. You inspired me and I will never forget this time we had together. Today we've won inside and outside the pitch! Congrats team for the fantastic comeback and thank you Ashley for your strength, courage and passion! I'll be here cheering up for you and your family COME ON YOU BLUE
“Lewis [Gibson] is a player that we have been tracking for a while and we are really pleased to see him join us until the end of the season. We anticipate that he will make a real impact in our team from now until the end of the season,” says Fleetwood Town boss Joey Barton. [FTFC]
“I am very happy with these two goals but even more because the team was brilliant today. To score is nice but now we need to keep going and continue with the work,” says Yerry Mina. [EFC]
What To Watch
Full schedule of games here.