Double-injury rules Calvert-Lewin out of return Bournemouth trip

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin definitely won't be involved when Everton go back to Vitality Stadium to face Bournemouth this weekend after it was revealed he has dislocated a shoulder as well as straining a hamstring.

The striker sustained the latter injury in the 2-0 defeat to Leicester last Saturday but has reportedly been dealing with the shoulder problem for longer.

He now won't play until after the World Cup, a blow that will deprive Frank Lampard of his first-choice striker for a Premier League game that has taken on added importance following the Blues' defeat to the Cherries in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday evening.

Calvert-Lewin was already a doubt for this coming Saturday when Frank Lampard revealed that the club were waiting on word from a specialist regarding the player's hamstring which has been an issue on occasion since he returned from a more serious quadriceps tear at the start of the year.

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He will now get the seven week hiatus between now and when the domestic programme resumes after Christmas to mend both his shoulder and leg muscle in the hope of bolstering Everton's prospects of staying out of relegation danger in the New Year.

The 25-year-old's injury set-backs put paid to any hopes he had of forcing his way into the England squad for Qatar this month but Jordan Pickford and Conor Coady have been selected by Gareth Southgate, while Amadou Onana will be in the Belgian party in the Middle East and Idrissa Gueye's call-up by Senegal will be confirmed when the African nations releases their final squad tomorrow morning.


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Michael Lynch
1 Posted 10/11/2022 at 14:46:08
The lad must be distraught. Can't believe the bad luck he's having with injuries, considering he looks strong and athletic.

How did he dislocate his shoulder and carry on playing? There was no sign of that injury during the match was there?

Kim Vivian
2 Posted 10/11/2022 at 14:49:46
How, when, where, at what point did he dislocate a shoulder?

I find that a bit bizarre because you don't play on after your shoulder's dislocated. I don't even remember him having treatment other than to his leg.

Roger Helm
3 Posted 10/11/2022 at 15:09:13
Presumably a partial dislocation of the shoulder, which went back in place spontaneously, or perhaps an injury to the joint between the collarbone and shoulder blade.

Anyway, he will have a good few weeks off to recover before returning to help with the forthcoming relegation battle.

John Raftery
4 Posted 10/11/2022 at 15:14:38
Ominous. If his shoulder popped out without serious ligament or tissue damage it is possible to pop it back and carry on playing. The risk with that is it worsens with each repeat episode until an operation is unavoidable. The recovery is usually 3 months.

It is imperative we sign a front-line striker in January.

Dave Lynch
5 Posted 10/11/2022 at 15:17:10
Just unload him ffs and buy a striker who isn't made of glass.
Ben King
6 Posted 10/11/2022 at 15:23:18
I wonder if he dislocated it against Fulham when he smashed into the post? He didn't look right for the remainder of that match. Kudos to him if so: he's desperate to help the cause (which is why it's annoying hearing blues disparage him).

That said: not buying support for him or a player that can play instead of him (Maupay is a good foil but not a main striker) was criminal: a multi million pound business started production without any main production machinery in place….no wonder competitors have gained a strong advantage.

I hope the Summer of 2022 won't be defining as the transfer window that consigned Everton once and for all to relegation.

Lee Courtliff
7 Posted 10/11/2022 at 15:40:04
I remember him holding his shoulder against Fulham too.

I also remember Andrei Kanchelskis dislocated his shoulder against Man Utd in September and was back by October.

Granted, he wasn't fully fit but at least he was playing.

Brian Murray
8 Posted 10/11/2022 at 15:50:24
If Calvert-Lewin was near Aintree, they would put him in a big white tent and wait for the bang.

Move on from him and study a players medical history before buying. When he was skinny, he had no injuries until he bulked up. Just saying

Kevin Molloy
9 Posted 10/11/2022 at 15:54:09
There seems to be a theme here of us playing this lad when he's injured. You can probably talk about Gbamin in the same bracket.

Two careers potentially down the Swanee.. if I was them I'd be none too pleased with the club.

Minik Hansen
10 Posted 10/11/2022 at 16:06:55
I once got a real bad knock on my right shoulder and kept playing without pain until after the match when my body cooled down. The day after, I couldn't lift my arm up!

Who knows, for those that ask when it happened to Calvert-Lewin, maybe something similar happened to him.

Andy Crooks
11 Posted 10/11/2022 at 16:17:01
Dave @ 5, unload him to whom?
Eddie Dunn
12 Posted 10/11/2022 at 16:40:33
Rest is not always a successful solution to these injuries. I notice Kalvin Phillips had to go under the knife to sort out his problem.

I know plenty of local lads here in Wales who have had recurrent shoulder dislocations – once it's happened once, there is a greater chance of it popping out again.

I expect that Hollingsworth will be on the case and Dom will get back asap.
If he did do it going for goal against Fulham, then some of the pathetic commentators on here should feel embarrassed. Calvert-Lewin has always given his best (and been rushed back more than once).

Tony Abrahams
13 Posted 10/11/2022 at 16:56:06
He first suffered the injury but has tried to carry on playing. Was this because of his love for Everton, or to try and force his way into Southgate's World Cup squad, some might ask? My own view was that he was looking too heavy up top, but maybe it's because he's been trying to protect this newest injury.

This is a massive blow because we already have one of the least potent forward lines in the Premier League, and definitely need to bring in another forward after Christmas.

Eddie Dunn
14 Posted 10/11/2022 at 17:18:28
Indeed, Tony, there is nothing to suggest that he will be match-fit for ages... we are in big trouble. Good job the World Cup is on.
Kieran Kinsella
15 Posted 10/11/2022 at 17:23:55
He is like that guy from the kids' game, Operation. Every time he shows up at Finch Farm, the buzzers start flashing over any part of his body somebody comes into contact with.
Darryl Ritchie
16 Posted 10/11/2022 at 17:23:56
Calvert-Lewin is an injury waiting to happen. He wasn't a prolific scorer, even when healthy.

Maupay can't score. Rondon?… remember Rondon. Our midfield has trouble passing, never mind scoring.

Unless we can find some goals in the second term, we will be in another battle to stay up.

Duncan McDine
17 Posted 10/11/2022 at 17:34:22
This is some shitty news. He'll be gutted. Injuries are happening so often to Calvert-Lewin that you have to wonder if he'll ever get a chance to fulfil his potential.

Maupay and Rondon were both “desperation signings” and let's face it, the January transfer window will not be littered with quality available strikers.

It feels like we're in for another loooong, backs-to-wall season, where survival is the only goal. How depressing.

Barry Rathbone
18 Posted 10/11/2022 at 17:36:43
Hope medical science has improved since Bryan Robson did his and broke down in the World Cup. I remember wincing as he simply turned and his shoulder fell out exactly as mine used to. It stopped me playing and still gives me jip 40+ years later.
Jason Hewly
19 Posted 10/11/2022 at 17:42:11
This explains why Calvert-Lewin has been so lacklustre in games recently. These injuries could have something to do with how much football he's already played.

He hit the first team early as all-action centre-forward and, 5 years down the line, it's catching up to him. We need to buy a high-calibre striker (Toney or Zaha?) and give Calvert-Lewin a proper long-term program to get himself right.

Tony McNulty
20 Posted 10/11/2022 at 18:18:08
I am sure we often criticise players for underperforming, when they are probably carrying painful injuries necessitating pre-match injections.

They need rest (which they won't get) and most likely shouldn't be on the pitch at all.

Calvert-Lewin at his best was a good target man who led the line well. He was never a goal poacher nor likely to be another Harry Kane.

What is clear is that we need someone up front who can get the goals. Finding someone in January is going to be a tough task. Maybe one of the strikers we have out on loan could fit the bill. They couldn't do much worse than what we have at the moment.

Geoff Lambert
21 Posted 10/11/2022 at 18:18:17
Did sombody say sicknote????
Paul Kernot
22 Posted 10/11/2022 at 18:34:27
I watched Broja again in Chelsea's Carabao Cup game. Although they were playing City & had few opportunities, I certainly don't see him as the answer to our striker prayers.
Tony Everan
23 Posted 10/11/2022 at 19:11:25
The World Cup break has come at a very good time for us. The Fulham, Leicester, Bournemouth games (against mid-table clubs) have put us into a death spiral, each game being worse than the last.

The break gives us a chance to get Dominic fit again and find a forward who can bring some desperately needed goals and assists. Thelwell's got his work cut out with that one, may be back in for Kudus, Brereton Diaz, or both?

Tony Hill
24 Posted 10/11/2022 at 19:35:38
My hope is that the last two games will cause Lampard to release the handbrake. We have nothing now to lose by playing on the front foot.

Oh to see an Everton team freed from fear. Go out and enjoy. We don't have to be reckless, just courageous. At this apparently bleak moment in our history, let's honour our proper heritage and see where it takes us. I don't think any fan would blame the manager if we saw that.

Brian Harrison
25 Posted 10/11/2022 at 19:39:42
Whatever you think of Calvert-Lewin as a player, you cant help but feel sorry for him with the spate of injuries that he has had from last season onward. As Barry said, I remember Bryan Robson having all sorts of problems with his shoulder, let's hope that Dom's problems don't last as long as Robson's.

Just as well we are due to have a break which will give him 5 weeks to recover from his shoulder problem and his hamstring problem.

But for me it underlines Lampard's mistake in not signing another striker once Richarlison left. Let's not forget we played our first 5 games of the season with Gordon as a false 9. And Lampard only signed Maupay days before the window closed, so that tells me he didn't really fancy him but obviously his other targets fell through.

Playing Maupay as the lone striker in place of Calvert-Lewin just doesn't work, so who he plays up top against Bournemouth will be interesting.

Dennis Stevens
26 Posted 10/11/2022 at 19:40:38
Dislocated shoulder? Didn't stop Beckenbauer!
Danny O’Neill
27 Posted 10/11/2022 at 19:46:24
Michael Boardman
28 Posted 10/11/2022 at 19:59:12
Kudus - no chance, Brerton-Diaz, he's already said he isn't moving in January, so he's got a deal elsewhere. Let's just see what transpires.
David West
29 Posted 10/11/2022 at 20:03:48
I'm not going to bash Calvert-Lewin – he's obviously trying.

Has he rushed himself back too quick, hoping to go the World Cup? He hasn't set the world alight in the few games he's played so, if he has rushed back, it's all been for nothing!

Goals is what this team needs. We are more solid, harder to beat so, although January is not ideal to be looking for a goal getters, it's a must now!

Maupay might be 10-goal-a-season man, but that was playing most of their games; he's not getting 10 sitting on the bench.

Just mix the front men up. Play Gray and Maupay up front? Try losing Gana or Onana to get an extra front player in? We need to try stuff!!!

The back 4 with 1 holding midfield player should be solid if we are causing problems at the other end.

Offence is the best form of defence!!!

Michael Lynch
30 Posted 10/11/2022 at 20:04:09
We haven't replaced Richarlison, and we haven't replaced Calvert-Lewin - both of whom, to all intents and purposes, are gone.

Coady and Tarkowski are our best chance of staying up this season but, even with a more solid centre to the defence, if we can't score goals we're heading to the Championship.

Remember whose goals kept us up in the end against Palace – Calvert-Lewin's and Richarlison's.

Dave Abrahams
31 Posted 10/11/2022 at 20:13:51
Dennis (27),

What about Gerry Byrne, dislocated his shoulder early in the 1965 FA Cup Final and carried on for the rest of the game and extra time; different breed of player in those days on entirely different rates of pay.

Bring back National Service, and Corporal Punishment never hurt anyone, I say!!

Peter Moore
32 Posted 10/11/2022 at 20:30:14
Some players seem more injury prone than others. Harry Kane is a similar size yet seems to be much luckier in the injury stakes.

We need Calvert-Lewin to have some better luck fitness-wise for sure. Get well soon, Dom. Keep your chin up, worse things happen at sea etc.

Sean O’Hanlon
33 Posted 10/11/2022 at 20:31:42
As I've said previously, I have the greatest respect for all of our travelling supporters, especially those who traveled all the way down to Bournemouth to watch that pitiful display of non-football on Tuesday.

But for God's sake, don't make the same mistake twice in a week! Surely you must have something better to do on Saturday, rather than make that mammoth journey down to the south coast to watch that shower of shite. Don't punish yourselves!

The team obviously do not care about the loyalty of its supporters, and the sacrifices they make to watch their team. All they're concerned about are their over-inflated wage-packets.

Tom Bowers
34 Posted 10/11/2022 at 20:39:49
Much as we all thought and hoped that we could move forward from last season, it hasn't happened and the rest of the season looks bleak without the right people up front.

The Calvert-Lewin injury saga continues and with only Rondon and Maupay in the wings who will get the goals and, more to the point, who will create the chances.

The Iwobi bubble seems to have burst of late along with Onana, coupled with the inconsistency of Gray and Gueye leaving us in disarray.

Everton have been paying big money over the last few years for new gaffers and they have all failed but can they have all been to blame?

Tom Davies looked good in his early days but has gone backwards and it seems Gordon is going the same way.

Maybe they should have taken Chelsea's bid and used the money for a striker. Hindsight is of course 50/50.

Rob Halligan
35 Posted 10/11/2022 at 20:40:23
Dennis # 27. A broken neck didn’t stop Bert Trautmann either in the 1956 FA Cup final. Though having seen some You Tube videos of it, he did look to be in some considerable pain.
Michael Boardman
36 Posted 10/11/2022 at 21:08:39
Straw Poll. No money involved, would you swap Fat Frank for Dyche
Mike Gaynes
37 Posted 10/11/2022 at 21:13:45
Michael, my straw says no way in hell.

500 games and a lifetime 35% winner?

Hard pass.

Tony Abrahams
38 Posted 10/11/2022 at 21:25:58
Don’t laugh Sean@33, but I’ve just got a hell of a lot more enjoyment watching The Aussie’s playing The Kiwi’s, in the women’s rugby league World Cup, than I got watching Everton the other night!
Dale Self
39 Posted 10/11/2022 at 21:29:43
Michael you are a gameshow genius. Since I've given Frank some crap I'd say no since the players would probably not take to going into survival mode. Dyche could provide some serious discipline at the back but there is not enough up front for his pedestrian attack. I would maybe have done that when Paellardici left but would not make that change now.

I'm not even sure if I would be giving Frank the tap on the shoulder without knowing who Thelwell has his eye on for January. On the other hand, Villa picked up Emery and Wolves picked up Lopetegui. I don't think either of them will be in the bottom 6 in March. Forest, Southampton and probably Leeds are expected to be down there with this team if we don't get it together.

Jim Bennings
40 Posted 10/11/2022 at 21:40:16
As much as I'm sympathetic to Dominic Calvert-Lewin, we simply can't be a charity case.

DCL will be lucky to score 5 goals this season if we are honest with ourselves.

Maupay doesn't suit the way we play and isn't the answer clearly from what we've seen so far.

Rondon is tripe, no future here, will probably never kick a ball for Everton again.

What are the other options?

Derek Knox
41 Posted 10/11/2022 at 21:59:06
Can things get any worse for us ? I'm convinced now, as someone once suggested Finch Farm was built on an Old Sacred Indian Burial Ground. Our attack was toothless enough before this, and I fear another defeat may hasten Frank's P45.

No to mention what it would do for morale, which is most probably rock bottom, but it is only down to them (the players) to grasp the Bull by the Horns and start earning both corn and survival. Any poor result will have a long time to fester with this WC Break. Whereas a win could spark new belief, and of course confidence.

Will Mabon
42 Posted 10/11/2022 at 22:19:29
Derek, call it a curse, call it witchcraft... I always say something in the fabric, for there certainly is.

My late father, an eminently positive man as well as massive Evertonian said to me once, Everton are not a lucky club and have to work hard for their success. This would be early 70s. It was the only such thing I ever heard him say.

As to DCL, it all seems to be falling apart for him. He played so many games earlier on in a combative and physical role with no injuries whatsoever.

Players unlucky to have an unsuitable physique usually show signs earlier than this often continually breaking down with the same recurring injury. This being Everton, Dominic is building a list of varying ailments to add to the weirdness.

Guy must be pretty frustrated about it all. We can but hope.

Tony Hill
43 Posted 10/11/2022 at 22:42:07
Will @42, it's a mystery. We've talked about "luck" in sport before on here and there are books about it. You can sense it, good and bad, and the way it's shared out – in life generally, of course, not just sport.

Sometimes I think it's an illusion and is just a collision of circumstances. Then I think No, it's allotted – and if ever there were a persuasive case of that, it would be Everton FC.

God knows, perhaps.

Brian Wilkinson
44 Posted 10/11/2022 at 23:03:37
Good job Rondon turned down a move, get ya boots out lad.
Will Mabon
45 Posted 10/11/2022 at 23:10:07
Tony, I know exactly what you mean.

There are forces and energies beyond our control and full comprehension. They are there, we know it, but we can't frame and express them to our own accepted measures of "proof".

Someone knows, somewhere...

Tom Bowers
46 Posted 10/11/2022 at 23:20:41
Have to admit Calvert-Lewin is more and more looking like a lost cause.

Just missing too many games for the last season and a half after hitting some top form and getting into the England set-up.

I feel for the lad but as you say we cannot be a charitable cause and may have to get a real class replacement soon. I would even take a chance with badass Mitrovic.

It's worrying times again but now the board has to make some serious decisions about a January signing and about Lampard and his staff.

Laurie Hartley
47 Posted 10/11/2022 at 02:35:22
Jim #40 - “what are the other options”. For the next game and the two in December – Wolves (H) & Man City (A) – the harsh reality is that there are none as far as I can figure out.

However, the one option the manager hasn't tried is to play Rondon and Maupay together. They may even complement each other and provide a target for the long passes that both Coady and Tarkowski are capable of.

Why long ball? Because quite simply we haven't got the midfielders capable of playing through a team.

Seemingly the fringe players got a chance to stake their claim on Tuesday – except Rondon. Is this because the manager is going to play him on Saturday, or because he has written him off completely? We will know the answer to that question when we see the starting line-up.

Sean Roe
48 Posted 11/11/2022 at 06:57:38
Finding a striker that is likely to score enough goals to keep us away from the wrong end of the table is never going to happen in January. Finding a 20-goal-a-season striker that is willing to join Everton at any time in the near future is never going to happen.

For me, we need two attack-minded players in January that can get us five goals each and hope our improved defensive displays allow us to nick a few 1-0 wins.

Jim Bennings
49 Posted 11/11/2022 at 06:58:50
Calvert-Lewin has scored 8 league goals since December 2020.

Now I'm not unsympathetic as I said, I know he's been injured in the past year of that, but his goal return for various reasons is not good enough for us anymore.

We need to seek his replacement as soon as possible.

Mick O'Malley
50 Posted 11/11/2022 at 08:02:06

I couldn't agree more, it's time to move on from Calvert-Lewin.

No-one will convince me that spending £15 million on Maupay was a better idea than getting the likes of Michy Batshuayi on loan for the season.

We seriously need to scout Europe in the transfer window for a forward who can get us a few goals, and it's about time the rest of the team stepped up and started contributing, We seem to do okay when we take the lead but, if we go a goal behind, we look lost and impotent.

Ajay Gopal
51 Posted 11/11/2022 at 08:11:51
While his extended injury problems are extremely frustrating for both Calvert-Lewin and the fans, I would counsel patience and support. He has the desire, talent and physicality to be a top, top striker, which he has only been able to show us tantalising glimpses of.

With better service around him, he could very well turn out to be a very prolific striker. I see that possibility with the likes of Garner, McNeil, Iwobi, Patterson, Mykolenko feeding him passes that he can run on to or knock back for other runners.

At the moment, I would like him to recover fully, and build up his strength and flexibility, and closely watch videos of Haaland's goals who has a similar style of play but obviously with a different level of productivity.

In the meantime, I hope Thelwell is working overtime to strengthen our attacking options in the January transfer window.

Steve Shave
52 Posted 11/11/2022 at 08:12:29
Mick @50 I agree.

I don't mind Maupay and have nothing against him but agree that we should have filled that place with a loan signing whilst we lined up the ducks.

Same goes for McNeil, I quite like him too but he is not the answer to our problems. Signed for a combined £30M where that money could have been spent on someone like Gapko who would have added real attacking verve and threat IMO.

Thelwell has done okay since coming in on limited funds but the above two signings are a little baffling.

Mark Andrews
53 Posted 11/11/2022 at 09:11:15
Buy a striker or get relegated. It's that simple.
Brian Hennessy
54 Posted 11/11/2022 at 10:40:57
Worrying update from Franks press conference today. Seems Calvert Lewin has three injuries, not just two and the knee problem has surfaced again.

Lampard said:
"Then he still has the knee [problem], so he's been getting through with some issues.

"The knee is probably the most prominent injury that we want to get right. It's a similar injury to what he had before - it's been aggravated, so this period gives us time to get it right.

Jim Bennings
55 Posted 11/11/2022 at 11:03:52
Massively concerning going on what Lampard said about Calvert-Lewin.

Going back earlier from what we knew in summer, it's not even about getting him on the pitch, it's about keeping him on it and having him at 80 or 90% fit.

We've seen careers wane and wane in the past due to injuries. Darron Gibson, James Vaughan, Fabian Delph, Jack Rodwell – all from their mid 20s basically never put 10 games together ever again.

Unfortunately Calvert-Lewin looks to be going much the same way, we won't even be able to cash in on him soon.

Ray Smith
56 Posted 11/11/2022 at 11:30:39
I know it's hindsight but we turned down Almiron, who wasn't playing as well as he is now. However, as I say hindsight is a wonderful thing.

Tony @13,

I think you've hit the nail on the head. Calvert-Lewin has been playing with injuries in the hope of getting in the World Cup squad; now that's gone, the real injury situation is revealed. I'm sure those in the know would have tried to advise/counsel him, to no avail apparently.

Getting rid, as some on this thread suggest is not the answer, and who would buy him anyway? Forget England, Dom, for the near future anyway. Get properly fit, and concentrate on getting back into the side even as an impact sub, but certainly not a starter when the time comes (whenever that may be).

Rondon and Maupay, I never really considered that combination, and still don't see it working; however, it might just work, especially after the last humiliation at Bournemouth!

With regard to signing a quality striker, who's out there, and more importantly, who would come?

We have to stand by Frank, despite some of the derisory comments on this thread.

Until Kenwriight and his cronies go, there will be no more glory days, just the annual avoidance of relegation. I've been through the good times as well as the bad, however; once an Evertonian, always an Evertonian.

Is there a gem waiting in the wings at Finch Farm?

Fran Mitchell
57 Posted 11/11/2022 at 11:39:44
We need a striker, no doubt.

Maybe Calvert-Lewin can find his fitness and form, but we should treat that as a possible bonus and not something to rely on.

We need a reliable focal point, maybe Moussa Dembele, whose contract is up at the end of the season, or try again for the lad at Chelsea, or maybe someone like Danny Ings, who hasn't had a great time at Villa, but is the type of striker we need.

Danny O’Neill
58 Posted 11/11/2022 at 11:59:54
Rob @33, Trautmann was discussed on another thread. For those who haven't seen it, there's a really good film about his story.

"The Keeper"

Great watch.

Brian Murray
59 Posted 11/11/2022 at 12:22:07
Brian @54.

Did Frank mean Calvert-Lewin has aggravated his knee or the fans?

Either way, we need to move on.

Christy Ring
60 Posted 11/11/2022 at 12:32:12
We need a striker one way or the other in January. Frank says Calvert-Lewin should be back for Boxing day, playing on after dislocating his shoulder for 3 games strapped up, was to benefit his club, how would he make the England squad all strapped up?

Try and show a bit of compassion. My only worry is, how much will our biggest problem this club has, Moshiri & Kenwright, give Frank to spend on a striker? Hope it's more than the £12M he got to spend on Maupay, and the money upfront.

Mike Gaynes
61 Posted 11/11/2022 at 17:59:10
Dom may or may not be back for Boxing Day, but I see no chance he'll stay in the line-up. A recurrent shoulder dislocation can't be fixed with rehab or therapy or training or pumping iron in the gym. It can only be permanently repaired with surgery, and it's a procedure that requires a long recovery time.

We cannot count on Dom this season. Whatever minutes he plays and goals he scores will be a bonus.

January is crucial.

Rick Tarleton
62 Posted 12/11/2022 at 15:57:51
A dislocated shoulder did stop Bryan Robson by the way. The players and formation selected today meant that once we went behind we were finished. Praying that actually saying that "out loud" will make it wrong.

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