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Thursday’s Toffee Bites: Muller, Thiaw & Broja linked, Simms plays first game after loan confirmed

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

Heart of Midlothian v Celtic FC - Cinch Scottish Premiership Photo by Rob Casey/SNS Group via Getty Images

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“A few years ago, I remember the time of [Phil] Jagielka, [Leighton] Baines, [Seamus] Coleman, [Tim] Howard, and I remember Goodison Park as a fortress, and the passion of the supporters. This is what appeals [to] me in this club. I think this is a historic club and the challenge for me is to approach the club to the fans, to get again that kind of spirit and fire on the pitch, [like] what I watched a few years ago.” - Managerial candidate Vitor Pereira, in a bizarre interview with Sky Sports while still going through the interview process with Everton. [RBM]

Follow along with every twist and turn of the new manager saga on our live blog. [RBM]

Evertonians have been congregating every day to protest the poor management of the club for the last few years. Last night was the biggest one so far with hundreds gathering outside Goodison Park. Here is an account of what transpired. [Echo]

Ellis Simms completed his loan move to Heart of Midlothian in the Scottish Premiership and made his first appearance on the same day, playing the second half in a 2-1 loss against Celtic. [EFC]

What a bizarre turn of events. Everton and Newcastle are two sides being linked with making a move for legendary German international and free-agent-to-be Thomas Muller! [SportBild, via Daily Mail]

Everton are one of the handful of sides along with West Ham, Liverpool, AC Milan and Napoli that are chasing after Germany Under-21 international centrehalf Malick Thiaw. [HITC]

Chelsea youngster Armando Broja is impressing on loan at Southampton, but Leeds United, Everton and Wolves are all keeping tabs on the striker. [teamTALK]

If you know your history... name the 50 players with the most Everton appearances!

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