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Friday’s Everton News: Dyche talks points appeal, Holgate latest, Wolves build up

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

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If you look at where we were when we got the points taken to where we are now, there has been a pretty healthy shift. We don’t know what will come next (from the appeal); we will have to wait and see. But performance levels are good and the mentality is good. We are a bit stretched, that is sometimes the challenge of what it is but we get on with it and keep working hard...we are still there, fighting and working hard, and I still believe we have the players to get more from the season than what we are currently getting,” says Sean Dyche. [EFC]

Dyche has also confirmed that Idrissa Gueye and Ashley Young will miss out tomorrow against Wolves, while Abdoulaye Doucoure is 50/50. [EFC]

Hear more from the manager below.

Following recent rumours, it looks like Mason Holgate’s time at Southampton is coming to an end.

Wolves leading goalscorer Hwang Hee-chan is being touted for a return tomorrow against Everton following an injury against Brentford on Wednesday. [beIN SPORTS]

Arsenal remain in the mix for Amadou Onana this upcoming transfer window. [The Standard]

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