Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Always good news:
Everton Director of Football Kevin Thelwell has insisted he is not sure how long talks over the potential takeover by 777 Partners are going to take, in a new admission ahead of the January transfer window. [VSI Sporting Directors’ Podcast]
Dominic Calvert-Lewin is available for Everton’s clash with Newcastle United. [EFC]
Tottenham Hotspur are set to try and sign Ben Godfrey once the January transfer window opens. [Caught Offside]
A lawyer’s view on Everton’s potential compensation payout to the relegated teams:
It's reported that Everton are looking to settle compensation claims made by various clubs who have been relegated from the Premier League. It's not at all clear that they are required to do so 1/13— Matt Stanbury (@thepubliclawyer) December 5, 2023
Eddie Howe has spoken out about the upcoming match at Goodison:
“They have made big strides as a team and have been very, very competitive. And I think the biggest challenge for us is to make sure we compete as they do. They’re a very strong, physical team and got obvious strengths. They will pose questions for us defensively which we have to answer.” [Newcastle World]
Braiden Graham is already justifying Everton’s faith with an ‘incredible’ impact off the bench during Linfield’s dramatic Northern Ireland League Cup quarter-final victory over Larne on Tuesday night. [HITC]
The Archibald Leitch truss pattern in the brickwork pic.twitter.com/0Muc0LKXPs— Everton Stadium (@EvertonStadium) December 1, 2023
This month, Everton is celebrating five years of its award-winning equity and inclusion campaign, All Together Now. [EFC]
Vasco da Gama, the Brazilian club controlled by prospective Everton owners 777 Partners, are facing a last day of the season battle to avoid relegation. [Echo]
Former Everton forward Oumar Niasse scored a hat-trick on his debut for non-league Macclesfield against Tranmere Rovers.
How about this for Oumar Niasse first goal for the Silkmen and completing a hat-trick pic.twitter.com/Zq6QITIgLf— Macclesfield FC (@thesilkmen) December 5, 2023
Everton reporter Chris Beesley goes to the house of long-serving Blues kit manager Jimmy Martin. [Echo]
What to Watch
Everton host Newcastle in Premier League action along with West Ham travelling the five miles to take on Tottenham.
Full schedule of games here.
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