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Opposition Premier League manager hails Everton as tough task

By Elliott Cuff Arsenal boss Unai Emery believes Everton will be a difficult opponent for his side on Sunday, despite the Blues most recent disappointing result against West Ham. Everton lost 3-1 to the Hammers last Sunday in Marco Silva’s first truly poor performance of the season, and will be looking to hit back against the Gunners this weekend. However, the Toffees haven’t ever beaten the North London side at the Emirates Stadium, while they haven’t beaten the club on their own turf since 1996. However despite the odds being heavily stacked in Arsenal’s favour, coach Emery believes that Everton will certainly be no walkover, with Silva’s side sure to be determined to prove doubters wrong. Talking to the club’s official website, Emery said: They have a very big history and a good coach with good players too. Their start has been good with lots of good moments in their games, and other moments like in their last match against West Ham. They didn’t win that important match [against West Ham] but maybe this is why they can be more dangerous to us because they come here and need to show their supporters that they are better than the last match. They lost against West Ham and they want …read more

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Everton v Arsenal – Alex’s XI

By Alex Hives Alright then. You out there. You good Everton lad you; the one who has a season ticket, the one who cares about the club, the one who can see that where we’re going is a good place, and it’ll take time – I like you. You keep doing you. Next up, I’m talking to the rest of you. Those weird Facebook Dads and weirder ‘football Twitter’ lads that type things simply to get reactions. Yeah I do the same, but I do it better than you. You’re the type to champion #SilvaOut online after the man has lost just one game in his time at Everton, and he has been here less than 4 months. You need to stop. I’m not going to dignify you with much more than that. Marco Silva is here to stay, Marcel Brands is here to stay, and Instagram posts of our players smiling and out for meals are here to stay. No, they shouldn’t all be locked up until they win a game. No, absolutely nobody cares that you think ”there showin no pashun, put me in id die for the bloos”. You’re an embarrassment and you need to stop. On a more professional note, Marco Silva is improving Everton. …read more

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Marco Silva delivers injury update on summer arrival

By Luke Osman Everton manager Marco Silva has delivered an update on the condition of summer signing Andre Gomes. The Portugal international was a late arrival at Goodison Park during the summer transfer window, as he completed a season-long loan switch from Barcelona. However, Gomes has not yet made his Everton debut as he continues to nurse a long-standing hamstring issue. This problem was worsened as he aggravated the injury towards the end of August. The 25-year-old had reportedly further damaged his hamstring in his recovery from the problem, but Silva has clarified these claims, insisting that the midfielder is making progress in his rehabilitation. Speaking ahead of his side’s trip to Arsenal, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo, Toffees boss Silva revealed how Gomes is progressing. With these type of injuries you cannot say eight days, 10 days, it is a muscle injury and sometimes you expect three or four weeks and in one moment, the report I have, says it will be two more weeks. I think, and what I expect after speaking to the doctor and with Andre on Tuesday, is that maybe after Fulham he will be ready to start full sessions with the team, that is what we expect. In this moment, and …read more

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Silva: Mina in full training all week

Everton manager Marco Silva has revealed that Yerry Mina has been in full training all week ahead of their clash with Arsenal on Super Sunday. …read more

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Arsenal v Everton: Fantasy six-a-side

Billy Lumsden evaluates Sunday’s fantasy six-a-side elite player options as Arsenal host Everton at the Emirates Stadium, live on Sky Sports. …read more

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Theo Walcott Admits He ‘Fell Out of Love With Football’ at Arsenal Ahead of Weekend Return

By Robbie Copeland ​Theo Walcott has opened up on the end of his time with Arsenal, admitting he ‘fell out of love’ with the sport in his last 18 months working under Arsene Wenger. Walcott swapped London for Merseyside in January after almost 12 years under Wenger, and returns to the Emirates with his new club Everton this weekend, hoping to give new Arsenal boss Unai Emery something to think about. Ahead of his Emirates return, he explained that his lack of playing time towards the end of his Arsenal career… …read more

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