Walcott: Coleman is heartbeat of Everton locker room

By Paul Vegas Everton attacker Theo Walcott says Seamus Coleman is the heartbeat of the locker room. The duo have worked well in unison since they were united at Everton in January, with Walcott moving to Everton from Arsenal and Coleman making his return to action after he broke his leg playing for Ireland against Wales last year. on Tribal Football …read more

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Surely this can be handled better?

Everybody knows Sam Allardyce will be leaving at the end of the season. We know it, the players know it, Moshiri knows it, Sam knows it. This doesn’t stop the circus continuing on into town though and we remain a laughing stock. …read more


Leeds keen on Everton defender, midfielder fit for Huddersfield and more: Everton news round-up

By Brian Gosden The news cycle surrounding Everton never stops and as such, it can be difficult to keep up to date with everything that’s going on. Therefore, we’ve rounded up everything you might have missed from yesterday into one place. Leeds hopeful of securing deal to sign defender this summer Everton are interested in handing young defender Matthew Pennington a new contract at Goodison Park, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post. The … Read More Ozyakup booed off pitch after Everton interest According to Sport Witness, Oguzhan Ozyakup was booed off by Besiktas fans this weekend amid Everton interest. Since leaving Arsenal’s academy in … Read More Schneiderlin should be available for Huddersfield clash Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin picked up a dead leg in Monday’s 1-0 victory over Newcastle, but is not expected to miss the next game on … Read More For more stories similar to those above, visit the Read Everton homepage. You can also add this site to your newsletter offering in your settings. The post Leeds keen on Everton defender, midfielder fit for Huddersfield and more: Everton news round-up appeared first on Read Everton. …read more


Everton defender Keane appreciates Allardyce management

By Paul Vegas Everton defender Michael Keane credits manager Sam Allardyce for his form revival. Keane struggled to live up to his 25million fee as Everton’s form collapsed in the first half of the season and he admits it was tough dealing with the first major setback in his career. on Tribal Football …read more

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