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Hear from captain James Tarkowski following the defeat.
Everton Women forward Martina Piemonte suspended for next three matches. [EFC]
David Ornstein has his say on Everton’s FFP ruling that saw the club docked ten points by the Premier League. [NBC Sports]
Check in on the new stadium latest. [EFC]
Former Everton manager Rafa Benitez has not been having the most pleasant time in Spain this season. [BBC]
Everton Women defeat Aston Villa 2-1, with the Blues climbing away from the bottom of the table.
Hopefully Amadou Onana is back in the squad soon. He was at Goodison Park for yesterday’s loss against Manchester United.
Everton midfielder Amadou Onana continues to receive treatment for a calf issue. Onana has been missing from First Team training this week, after being released from the Belgium camp last week, to continue his recovery. The injury is deemed not serious pic.twitter.com/8TNprHpJ50— The Bobble (@ElBobble) November 24, 2023
The boss also discussed Beto’s absence which saw the forward missing from the squad yesterday.
“The screen thing is a farce. Everyone’s talking about speeding the game up. And they go over to the screen and we all know what the outcome is.
“Good or bad decisions, just get on with it. Just call it, get on with the decision and we’ll all move on. Why are they standing there staring at it? I haven’t seen a referee overturn one yet.” - Sean Dyche is pretty unimpressed that no referee ever chooses to ignore the VAR review when called over to view things on the pitchside monitor. [Reuters]
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Fulham take on Wolves. Some La Liga and Serie A action on, too.
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