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Tuesday’s Everton News: Chelsea victory reaction, 777 takeover update, Doherty linked

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday.

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Jarrad Branthwaite has opened up about the half-time message Sean Dyche delivered to his Everton side during their win over Chelsea. [Echo]

“The manager said at half-time there were a lot of tired legs out there with three games in a week and we just had to dig in, and the best teams do that.

"The best teams dig in and find a result, and we are starting to build that as a team. Build that mentality to stay in games and win games.”

Can someone please tell me how this is NOT violent conduct. FA make Nicolas Jackson ban decision after clash with Everton defender Nathan Patterson. [Echo]

Everton FC v Chelsea FC - Premier League Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images

Everton takeover: 777 Partners still on track to acquire 94% of Toffees as date is set for Moshiri sale. [Team Talk]


Well done to Everton for pushing back from the incredibly insensitive poverty chants from supporters of clubs across the country. [BBC]

What is the surprise factor behind Vitalii Mykolenko’s recent fine form? [EFC]

Everton are interested in signing 17-year-old Irish winger Aodhan Doherty, who currently plays for Linfield in his home country of Northern Ireland. [Football Fancast]

Michael Keane is a doubt for Everton’s trip to Burnley which could give Ben Godfrey the chance to take the place of the suspended Jarad Branthwaite. [Echo]

Today’s Talking Point focuses on Everton’s win over Chelsea and the supporters’ reaction to a big week. [Echo]

Dyche: A winning mentality is a powerful thing. The Everton manager was on fine form after the 2-0 win over Chelsea, after being asked what a ‘real Sean Dyche team’ was. [Premier League]

For those of a certain vintage. I watched this one at home because my Dad said it would be too crowded and it wouldn’t be safe sitting on the bar in the Gwladys Street End.

Evertonians across the globe have raised almost £19,000 in support of the Royal British Legion’s annual poppy appeal by bidding on signed, match worn shirts. [EFC]

Everton Women 1-0 West Ham: Match Recap | Blues resurgence continues. [RBM]

Can Sean Dyche be the Manager of the Year?

Everton Under-18s and Women’s side are in action this week - and supporters can watch both games live for free! Up first is Leighton Baines’ side who welcome Stockport County .to Goodison Park in the FA Youth Cup third round on Tuesday (7pm GMT) On Wednesday, the Women’s side welcome Liverpool for the Merseyside derby in the League Cup at Walton Hall Park (7pm GMT). [EFC]

Danish twins Karen and Sara Holmgaard were beaming with delight after the pair combined to secure a 1-0 win for Everton over West Ham United on Sunday. [EFC]

Sean Dyche saluted Lewis Dobbin for taking his Everton chance - having given his own son the same advice this season. [Liverpool World]

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