Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
“The feeling [coming on] was great. I was waiting for this moment for a long time. I have been patient and working hard to come back. It was not easy. Finally, being there on Monday night was unbelievable...when I came here, it was like a second family. Everybody in the Club was working around me. You feel like you are home, you know? It is special,” says Gbamin. [EFC]
We’re with you all the way!
Coleman talks team’s partnership with former club Sligo Rovers. [EFC]
Best wishes to Everton youngster Katia Kouyate who underwent a successful hamstring surgery.
Op was successful we give all thanks to the most high road to recovery big season to come ✌ pic.twitter.com/GHMPRgzNXo— Katia Kouyate (@KatiaKouyate) April 6, 2021
Brighton manager Graham Potter talks his side’s injury latest before Monday’s match.
Graham Potter's pre-Everton presser has started. #BHAFC— Andy Naylor (@AndyNaylorBHAFC) April 8, 2021
Webster and Burn both trained this morning. "That's good for us, we'll see how they respond."
Aaron Connolly (bruised foot) hasn't trained yet this week, so he is doubtful. https://t.co/8dqa1z4OJh
Evertonians can expect a lot of departures this summer as Marcel Brands continues to clean house. [Echo]
U18s manager Paul Tait is hopeful for a strong return after injury from Tyler Onyango. [Echo]
What To Watch
You can watch Fulham take on Wolves before the Blues face Brighton on Monday.
Full schedule of games here.