Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Everton fall to QPR in penalties. Watch the highlights below.
“I am very pragmatic, I am disappointed – I will be disappointed maybe today and tomorrow but I will start working already on the next game and it is another challenge for us. If we work in the same way we did today and the attitude is similar, we will improve the other things and, little by little, the team will be more consistent, more solid,” says Rafa.
The manager also added that the calf injuries sustained by Lucas Digne and Andre Gomes were both minor. [EFC]
The Everton squad has received their official FIFA 22 ratings—and it’s not too pretty. [Echo]
Former boss Koeman isn’t having the best time at Barca so far.
Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman on verge of sack as crisis club aim to rediscover identityhttps://t.co/1CVgdKk5na pic.twitter.com/D4f3uIFvif— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) September 20, 2021
It gets even better. Roberto Martinez is reportedly linked with the managerial position when/if Koeman gets the boot. [Goal]
Hope the WiFi is good where James is going.
Al-Rayyan have signed James Rodriguez. He has already underwent a medical and a “special official announcement” of the signing has been scheduled. (Source: @NicoSchira) pic.twitter.com/TcUsYiGD7R— Everton Blue Army (@EvertonBlueArmy) September 21, 2021
If you were flooded with a few emails from Everton regarding a survey or two, you can check out some of the results here.
Check out this Twitter thread with some behind-the-scenes looks at the new stadium.
Late to put these up due to being on holiday but it was a great experience visiting the Bramley Moore Dock site as part of the @EFC_FansForum new stadium project group.— Christopher Halsall (@CHalsall1) September 20, 2021
Here are 7 nuggets of information from the day I found most interesting: pic.twitter.com/Y7wfJTdzee
What To Watch
Some more Carabao Cup play (sigh), as well as plenty of action from the MLS, La Liga, Serie A, and Ligue 1.
Full schedule of games here.
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