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And our three thoughts. [RBM]
Seamus Coleman has been reinvented under the watch of Carlo Ancelotti. [RBM]
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“It’s exciting times but obviously it’s only three games, we’re not getting carried away. We’ll keep working and keep continuing to hopefully play well,” says Dominic Calvert-Lewin. [EFC]
Here’s manager Willie Kirk talking about his side’s performance.
| “I’m delighted we don’t have a day off on Wednesday – we have a cup semi-final to look forward to. We talked about turning dreams into reality. We’ve done that today, and that’s really important."— Everton Women (@EvertonWomen) September 27, 2020
️ @WillieKirk on #EFC's #WomensFACup quarter-final triumph... pic.twitter.com/uMXK1G43TR
A Twitter campaign started by an Everton fan - FinKitch - has seen popular Everton song ‘Spirit of the Blues’ rise to the top of the UK iTunes charts on Sunday. He first started by putting the song to different videos, with fellow Blues chiming in with their own versions as well making the song go viral on multiple forms of social media.
Check out his Twitter page for most of the videos, but to the best of our knowledge this video (or a version of it) started it all a fortnight or so ago.
“You learn a lot training with the First Team because it’s a harder challenge playing against these top professionals, especially with the new signings we’ve brought in. They all help me a lot,” says Ellis Simms. [EFC]
“For me it is not a penalty. This is the VAR sometimes, they come in to kill the game. We can do nothing. It is very, very hard to take it because after the penalty everything changes,” says Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson on controversial handball call. [Evening Standard]
Blues are reportedly in the hunt to sign 16-year-old Swedish midfielder Imam Jagne. [Echo]
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