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Thursday’s Everton News: Onana returns, Coleman importance, Godfrey exit rumours

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday.

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Leon Osman believes that Everton are moving in the right direction after struggling in the early days of the season.

“There is a clear message and a collective understanding of that message. You can see a plan from the moment Everton take to the pitch and every player understands their role within the team - that’s important. I definitely feel like it’s going in the right direction.” [EFC]

Premier League clubs are reportedly set to vote on a potential ban on loan moves between associated clubs in the January transfer window. [Echo]

Liverpool’s Liverpool’s Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has spoken about transportation in and around new Everton Stadium. [BBC Radio Merseyside, via Everton News]

Tottenham, Newcastle and Rangers are now being named as three of the clubs in the race to sign Everton defender Ben Godfrey in January. [90 Min]

Geoffrey Blunt takes a look at the important role that Seamus Coleman continues to play at the club. [RBM]

Everton youngster Francis Okoronkwo has signed a new deal at Goodison Park to pledge his long-term future to the club. [Team Talk]

Well done BAZ!

Who are the eight faces in the Everton directors’ box after year of changing power at the club? [Echo]

Everton’s latest ‘Bred a Blue’ podcast series features a boyhood Toffee whose football journey thus far has taken him from Kirkdale to Berlin, with several outposts in between! [EFC]

Crystal Palace are set to be without four first-team players for their Premier League clash against Everton at Selhurst Park on Saturday. [Premier League Injuries]

Vitalii Mykolenko impact has skyrocketed under Sean Dyche - and key Everton numbers show it. [Echo]

What to Watch

UEFA Europa League and Conference League matches on tap including Liverpool, Aston Villa and Brighton.

Full schedule of games here.

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