Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Watch the manager’s presser before Everton’s match tomorrow against Aston Villa.
Corner flags will be on high alert as Tim Cahill’s son Shae signs on as a full-term Academy Scholar. [RBM]
Everton slated to receive financial backing to the tune of £45m for their new stadium from city of Liverpool. [RBM]
The club are also close to securing up to £350m for the Bramley-Moore Dock project through the private placement market. [Global Capital, via the Liverpool Echo]
Our future home.
“I have a target in my head, as I do every year. I know I’m capable of scoring goals, I just need to get in the right positions and make good runs and they’ll come. Thankfully I’ve done that tonight and hopefully it can continue,” says Michael Keane. [EFC]
Get to know new man Demarai Gray.
U18s assistant coach Phil Jevons departs club for new opportunity at Sunderland. Best of luck, Phil! [EFC]
U23s look for another solid result today when they take on Southport. [EFC]
Happy belated birthday to this legend.
The greatest to ever do it.— Everton (@Everton) September 16, 2021
Happy Birthday, @NevilleSouthall! pic.twitter.com/r1z8aZomUx
An excellent in-depth interview with Courtney Brosnan, Everton Women’s New Jersey-born Republic of Ireland goalkeeper. [The 42]
Despite being linked with Everton, Leicester City, West Ham and Southampton, teenage right back Calvin Ramsay is staying ‘level headed’ and ‘taking everything in his stride’. [The Press & Journal]
What To Watch
Newcastle face Leeds in Premier League play. Plenty of action elsewhere, too.
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