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Thursday’s Everton News: Newcastle buildup, Godfrey links, new stadium update

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday.

Everton Training Session Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images
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Always good news:

Everton have something they haven’t had since David Moyes - and the Premier League can’t take it away. [Echo]

Sean Dyche met with the media ahead of the clash with Newcastle. [RBM]

Newcastle United injuries: Eddie Howe said some of his players are ‘very close’ to a return heading into fixtures against Everton and Tottenham Hotspur. [Shields Gazette]

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]

Everton Training Session Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

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:

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]

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.

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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