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Monday’s Everton News: Dyche on derby defeat, Tarkowski on referee controversy

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

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Everton fall in Merseyside Derby 2-0. Watch the highlights below.

There was a different side to us today - the commitment to defend properly, keep our shape and the energy was very pleasing. We weren’t as free-flowing as we had been - there were too many soft giveaways with the ball - but the defensive side I was pleased with and going down to 10 men, I was pleased with until the penalty. I think there’s been positivity all season. It’s a different kind of positivity today. This one gets taken away from us. The fans saw their team giving everything and I’m sure they’re frustrated,” says Sean Dyche. [EFC]

Hear more from the manager below.

We’re really frustrated. We had a man sent off, they had a penalty which I haven’t seen back but at the time it didn’t feel like a penalty to me at all, their lad [Konate] I think should have been sent off and they then get him off the pitch to save him. It’s frustrating...I don’t feel like we got what we deserved today,” says James Tarkowski. [EFC]

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Everton Women fall to Manchester United 5-0. [EFC]

Watch the highlights below.

Jack Harrison reflects on his time in the MLS and how it’s transformed him into the player he is today. [The Guardian]

Could Everton try a second approach for Leeds youngster Crysencio Summerville in January?

Everton’s new stadium continues to look better by the day.

Tarkowski and McNeil also took a tour of Everton’s new home.

What to Watch

Spurs take on Fulham today. Some La Liga and Serie A action on, too.

Full schedule of games here.

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