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Monday’s Everton News: Dyche and Tarkowski talk Burnley, Kalvin Phillips pricetag

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

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Everton defeat Burnley 2-0. Here’s how it happened. [RBM]

Watch the highlights below.

Check out some behind-the-scenes clips from the win.

I am very pleased. The most pleasing thing for me is the adaptation of the players continues to grow...the players are feeling great as you can imagine but they’re earning it. It’s a brilliant feeling - I know from playing myself and I wasn’t as good as these guys but you can feel it, you can sense it in the group, with the way that we’re stepping on to games and the way that we’re working so hard and the understanding is growing, tactically to see games through and the ability to win in different styles - and that’s so pleasing for me as a manager and the rest of the staff,” says Sean Dyche. [EFC]

Dyche also provided some injury updates on Vitaliy Mykolenko and Abdoulaye Doucoure. [RBM]

We’ve had a tough couple of seasons. Last season for me personally, but there’s a real unified group here...it’s a real group game, it’s not just about the individuals. The win at Burnley showed that with the lads that came in playing so well,” says James Tarkowski. [EFC]

ICYMI: Everton have announced their new stadium is set to open for the start of the 2025-26 season. [RBM]

Everton Women fall to Manchester City 4-1. [EFC]

Raul Jimenez received a red card in Fulham’s 3-0 loss to Newcastle on Saturday, which means he’ll miss the League Cup QF tomorrow against the Blues.

Under-21s fall to West Brom 3-1. [EFC]

Manchester City have reportedly revealed their asking price for midfielder Kalvin Phillips. [Football Insider]

What to Watch

Some La Liga, Serie A, and Championship action on today.

Full schedule of games here.

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