Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
We’re into the back half of the second international break of the season, and we’re somewhat scraping the bottom of the barrel for news here.
Hundreds of Evertonians turned out at Goodison Park over the weekend for the stem cell donor clinic to support club legend Gary Stevens, who has thanked everyone for showing up. [EFC]
More Blues joined former players Neville Southall and Gareth Farrelly for the Everton in the Community third annual If You Know Your History run on Sunday morning. [EitC]
Club captain Seamus Coleman celebrated his 33rd birthday yesterday, and here are five of his best goals in royal blue.
“We have the players this year and a manager who will work tirelessly to not let us make the same mistakes.” - Andros Townsend talks about Rafa Benitez and more in an interview. [EFC]
Everton Women manager Willie Kirk is not worried by his side being drawn in the ‘group of death’ in the FA Women’s Continental League Cup. [FAWSL Full-Time]
Looks like Everton missed a big opportunity to sign summer target Matheus Nunes, with the player being called up by both Portugal and Brazil (choosing the former), and now a contract extension is in the works as well as a release clause nearly four times more than what the Blues could have gotten him for. [Record, via SportWitness]
Looks like Besiktas have told Cenk Tosun that they will take him off Everton’s hands. [Aspor, via Liverpool World]
What To Watch
Plenty of World Cup qualifying action today,
Full schedule of games here.