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Wednesday’s Toffee Bites: Allan pens farewell, Rondon scores, Gordon assist

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

England U21 v Germany U21 - International Friendly Photo by Simon Stacpoole/Offside/Offside via Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

We came up with a squad of players both past and present who have always played like their lives depended on it against Everton. [RBM]

I never had the mindset that it wasn’t going to work here. I had the mindset that I’d turn it around and when the opportunity came with the new manager, I used it as a new chapter of my life and said to myself, ‘Forget the past. What’s happened has let’s go again’. What I realised here is fans appreciate 100 percent, as long as you show that you can do everything because there’s a reason you’re here at Everton - because you have ability...I have the ambition to achieve as much as I can for this club, it’s a great club with so much history and we want to create more history,” says Alex Iwobi. [EFC]

Toni Duggan will not feature in the remainder of the Women’s season after announcing her pregnancy. Congrats, Toni! [EFC]

Allan pens his farewell to the Blues. All the best, Allan.

Anthony Gordon assisted the winner for the England Under-21s in their 3-1 win over Germany yesterday (assist at 3:56). James Garner also made an appearance and was inches away from a goal (clip at 2:22).

Alex Iwobi also started for Nigeria in their 2-1 loss to Algeria.

Salomon Rondon scored for Venezuela and paid tribute to his father who sadly passed away a few days ago (goal at 2:28).

Fabian Delph has announced his retirement.

Under-21s midfielder Jason Metcalfe signs new deal. [EFC]

16-year-old Everton defender Ishé Samuels-Smith, who has started training with the first team as of late, was named to The Guardian’s ‘Next Generation 2022’ list. [The Guardian]

To no surprise, Everton have one of the youngest teams in the league this season.

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Not too much action on today as the international break starts to wind down.

Full schedule of games here.

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