Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Check out RBM writer Tom’s preview of today’s match against Crystal Palace. [RBM]
Hear more from the manager below.
777 Partners continues to make headlines for investigations and potential lawsuits. [Josimar Football]
Meanwhile, it sounds like we are still some ways away from any kind of Premier League approval for the proposed takeover. [The Athletic]
MLS youngster Brandan Craig is currently on trial at the club.
Sources: Brandan Craig, a Union Homegrown player, is currently on trial at Everton F.C.— José Roberto Nuñez (@JoserNunez91) January 15, 2024
Craig, 19, has been part of the Union organization for the majority of his life and earned a Homegrown contract in 2020.
He has appeared 38 times for Union 2 and scored 3 goals. In terms of… pic.twitter.com/liY3hxoeXJ
There should (hopefully) be some more positive Everton news coming from the Daily Mail as Tim Howard has officially signed on as their new sports columnist. [Daily Mail]
Lewis Warrington has returned from loan side Plymouth Argyle due to injury.
Lewis Warrington's loan spell has been ended early due to injury.— Plymouth Argyle FC (@Argyle) January 14, 2024
More information here ⤵️#pafc
Everton Women set to face off against Nottingham Forest in the Fifth Round of the Adobe Women’s FA Cup the weekend of February 10th. [EFC]
Looks like we’ll have to hold our breath and pray Everton’s new sanction ends well.
Everton believe their imminent appeal hearing will effectively render the new charge groundless. They have already argued any overspend was due to loan repayment costs that were entirely incurred from stadium development costs. [@TeleFootball] pic.twitter.com/1M4ssNB8hT— EFC DAILY (@EFCdaily_) January 15, 2024
Everton continue to get the short end of the stick.
Everton Women defender Elise Stenevik and midfielder Lucy Hope talk about their return to the team following injury rehab on the sidelines. [EFC]
Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region Steve Rotheram has released a statement on Everton’s newest charge.
I have grave concerns about today's @premierleague announcement and the transparency of the entire process.— Steve Rotheram (@MetroMayorSteve) January 15, 2024
This is not about one club.
This is about ensuring our game is open and fair. pic.twitter.com/7bsB6m5CNC
What to Watch
Matchday! Everton take on Crystal Palace in their FA Cup Replay.
Full schedule of games here.