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Rafa Benitez insists he knows how to break Everton out of their three-game losing streak. [RBM]
Watch the highlights below (if you dare).
“Obviously, when you’re not winning football matches it’s never nice. It’s not a great feeling for a player, a manager or a supporter. But we have the confidence in the dressing room. Before this run we were on a great one – at home and away. We know we have the quality in the dressing room and we have the Goodison Park faithful at our side on Sunday. We know they’ll be there in numbers and, hopefully, we can give them a performance to be proud of and, most importantly, three points against Spurs,” says Andros Townsend. [EFC]
Get better soon, Dom!
New Everton Women manager Jean-Luc Vasseur looks for his first win with the club in today’s test against Leicester City. [EFC]
Follow the new boss around over his first days at Finch Farm.
/ @JeanlucVasseur— Everton Women (@EvertonWomen) November 2, 2021
Our cameras followed the Boss for his first days as manager of Everton Women. #EFC #UTT
The U21s fall out of the Papa John’s Trophy after their 1-0 loss to Hartlepool. [EFC]
Just months after being appointed to the Board of Directors, Sarvar Ismailov is leaving the club citing personal and health reasons. Alisher Usmanov’s nephew has been instrumental in bringing in sponsorship for the Women’s side leading to their big spending summer.
Everton Football Club can confirm that Sarvar Ismailov has stepped down from his duties for personal and health reasons. He has resigned from the Club’s Board of Directors and the positions of Owner’s Executive Representative and Sporting and Commercial Director at Everton Women.— Alan Myers (@ALANMYERSMEDIA) November 2, 2021
Lucas Digne’s status for Sunday’s match against Spurs is up in the air after missing out against Wolves on Monday. [The Athletic]
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