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The construction at Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium is officially under way. [RBM]
Moise Kean deletes all of his Everton pictures off Instagram...sigh...
Everton have collaborated with hummel on a special inclusive warmup shirt, going on sale today.
️ | We have collaborated with our technical partner @hummel1923 to raise awareness for inclusivity in sport with a specially designed warm-up shirt at Goodison Park on Saturday. #YouAreIncluded #CPH21 #ChangeTheWorldThroughSport #AllTogetherNow— Everton (@Everton) August 10, 2021
“I have had this in the past; when you lose in the last pre-season game, and it kind of galvanises the squad. You go into the week before the first game knowing what you need and how far off you are. The scoreline doesn’t look great but we know what we need to do and I am sure whoever goes out next Saturday will be ready to get three points... we know what to do and I have no doubt come the Southampton game we will be ready to go,” says Andros Townsend. [EFC]
| Everton have joined the race for Antwerp right-back Aurelio Buta. Rafa Benitez is desperate to sign a right-back before the start of the Premier League season. He will cost around €3.2m (£2.3m).— The Everton End (@TheEvertonEnd) August 10, 2021
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“I’m grateful that I am able to work in this profession and I love working hard in training every day...I see a lot of players saying life after football can be a scary thought, but it doesn’t frighten me at all. I’m not going to miss the feeling of being a footballer. It won’t leave a void in my life. It doesn’t scare me at all,” says Séamus Coleman. [Sunday World]
U23 coach John Ebbrell discusses Branthwaite return and rising star Lewis Dobbin. [EFC]
Thierry Small has officially left Everton and is a free agent. Everton will be due compensation when he joins a new club— The Bobble (@ElBobble) August 10, 2021
“It’s so nice to be back in the shirt, be back at Finch Farm and I’m enjoying my time with the team so far. It’s been nice to get this shirt back on, in my number nine as well. It’s been a while; a lot has changed in those years. But it’s still the same great Club from when I was here as a kid. I’m just so happy to be back,” says Toni Duggan. [EFC]
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Chelsea face Villareal in the UEFA Super Cup.
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