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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Ancelotti talks league return, Coleman reflects on time at club, and more

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

A quick Q&A with Mason Holgate.

Alex Iwobi chimes in with a Q&A of his own. [EFC]

I didn’t ask for this armband, it was given to me because people see something in the attributes I have. In my 11 years at Everton I have had good and bad training sessions but one thing I’ve never lacked – not one single day – was 100-per-cent commitment. It is the same in games and it is important to give your all. But the role has definitely changed a bit in this period,” says Séamus Coleman. [EFC]

Everton in the Community continues to support those in need. [EFC]

A classic from 2010.

Our goal is to finish the season well and to try to be competitive in all the games – not like the last [at Chelsea], which was not good. We have to finish well, then see if there is a possibility to plan the next season. Nobody knows exactly what will happen [with a resumption date] – we are waiting for the advice and to see what will happen,” says Carlo Ancelotti. [EFC]

A Derby to remember from 2006.

Blues linked with Jack Grealish. [Daily Star]

Odsonne Edouard is another that has been linked as well. [Daily Star]

Looking fresh, André!

After spending about nine years at Everton for some reason, I realised that I needed a change. I wanted to win trophies and I wanted to play in the Champions League. I felt at Everton, I have achieved all I needed to at that moment,” says Joseph Yobo. [Goal]

Miss ya, Rom.

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