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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: New stadium latest, Meis comments, Gordon development

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

Work has Begun on the Foundations of Everton’s New Stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

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“While Goodison is a very special place, let’s not forget that Bramley-Moore Dock is a very special site in a very special city for a very special club.
“Those things all coming together is the magic and it’s going to be unique; not just another stadium.”
Architect Dan Meis is back in the fold for Everton’s new stadium, and has been talking about what his role currently is. [EFC]

Everton yesterday released a video to mark all the work that has been done on the new stadium site between August and November 2021. [EFC]

We took a look at players in every position that will be free agents this coming summer and would fit in at Everton. [RBM]

A number of players at Manchester United are dissatisfied with the playing time promised them, including Everton target Donny van de Beek. [ESPN]

“He’s showing the potential we always thought he had. I think he’s started to mature as a person as well. He’s at that age now, at 20, where he’s starting to grow up, and I think he’s showing that in his performances.”
Everton Under-18 coach Paul Tait on Anthony Gordon grabbing a brace on debut for England Under-21. [EFC]

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