Nathan Patterson made another late cameo for Scotland and both Amadou Onana and Idrissa Gueye played the full 90 minutes for their countries as all three Everton players ended up on the winning sides in international action this evening.
Paul McParlan joins us to discuss the Spurs game, the 10-game run-in general where, hopefully, Everton are well clear of danger before crunch time comes. They predict whether the Blues will stay up before pondering a scenario where the club are handed a transfer embargo.
Alex Iwobi says he credits Frank Lampard with revitalising his career but admits that Everton are only now starting to get the results that the quality he believes exists in the squad deserves because of the hard work demanded by new boss Sean Dyche.
According to a report by the Mail on Sunday, a number of Premier League clubs are seeking clarification over the decision to refer Everton to an independent commission over alleged breaches of financial rules just months after they were told the club were in compliance.
Paul The Esk joins us to give his perspective on the bombshell last Friday that Everton have been referred by the Premier League to an independent commission for an alleged breach in the Profitability & Sustainability rules.
Jordan Pickford and Vitalii Mykolenko were on opposite sides of this evening's Group C clash at Wembley in European Championships qualifying as England beat Ukraine 2-0.
Nathan Patterson got his first competitive minutes since the first week of 2023 when he came on as a substitute for Scotland against Cyprus this evening.
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The Ellesmere Port-born player spent 16 seasons with Everton, forced a change in the rules of the game with his famous corner in 1924 and went on to have a 13-year career in North America
Watching Jarrad Branthwaite play football brings back memories of first seeing John Stones strut his stuff in front of the Everton faithful, and draw their ire, only for him to go on and become an excellent centre-half for Manchester City.
"If you’d have told me that one day Everton would be in a mess and we needed someone to get us out of it, I know which man I’d pick"
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