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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Brands on new deal, Kenwright on Super League, Women and U23s held

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Check out the highlights from Everton’s 1-0 win against Arsenal on Friday.

And the boss’ reaction.

When I came to England almost three years ago my plan wasn’t to stay only three years. My job is a long-term job and in the previous clubs where I worked, I stayed a long time. I am really happy to stay at this club longer,” says Marcel Brands. [EFC]

Everton Women draw West Ham United 0-0. [EFC]

Our home record isn’t as good as we’d like and it needs to improve quickly. Of course, the Champions League is in reach. It is a really difficult task, we know that, but we will keep fighting until the end. We have six big games, we will go into every one of them trying to win and giving 100 percent, then see where we finish,” says Ben Godfrey. [EFC]

The U23s draw Brighton 1-1. [EFC]

Bill Kenwright was asked about his thoughts on the failed Super League coup attempt. [Daily Mail]

Moise Kean has addressed the latest transfer talk regarding his future. [Echo via Gazzetta Dello Sport]

Everton linked with 30-year-old right-back Kieran Trippier, but the club is reportedly still maintaining their focus on Max Aarons. [Daily Mail]

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Leicester City take on Crystal Palace.

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