Chelsea‘s unbeaten start to the Premier League campaign has continued, albeit after dropping two points against a dogged Everton side at Stamford Bridge. Which players impressed while others struggled on this occasion? Continue reading
Gylfi Sigurdsson netted his 50th Premier League goal with aplomb two
weeks ago, during the Toffees’ 2-1 away win over Leicester. It was a
fantastic finish, one that epitomised the Iceland international’s
return to form after a forgettable first campaign on Merseyside last
season under different circumstances. Continue reading
Kurt Zouma has publicly insisted that his Chelsea career is far from over, instead saying that he will prove himself once more in west London after his current loan spell on Merseyside is complete this season.
Bournemouth came from behind to rescue a point at home against Everton during an eventful second-half today. But how did some players in particular fare?
Everton recorded their first Premier League win of the campaign with a narrow 2-1 victory over Southampton, but how did some of the players fare on Merseyside? Continue reading
On Saturday, England won an international youth title for the sixth time in the last two years. The Under-21s, managed by Aidy Boothroyd, claimed the Toulon Tournament for the third successive year after coming from behind to defeat Mexico 2-1. Of the youngsters involved in the Three Lions’ matchday squad, 14 are currently contracted to Premier League teams. If recent reports are to be believed, that number will rise this summer.
Ronald Koeman has revealed his disappointment at being dismissed, a day after Everton relieved him of his managerial duties on Merseyside.
Nathaniel Chalobah has been one of Watford’s best performers this season, but a freak knee injury in training has him sidelined until the start of 2018. Now’s the time for fellow summer signing, Will Hughes to step up and prove he’s ready for the Premier League challenge ahead.
Watford have completed the signing of Fluminense forward Richarlison for a fee believed to be £11.5m, as Marco Silva makes important steps to boosting his frontline ahead of the new campaign. Continue reading