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  1. First 90 minutes for Godfreypublished at 08:15 1 December

    Everton defender Ben Godfrey completed his first 90 minutes since he suffered a fractured fibula on the opening day of the season against Chelsea.

    The 24-year-old has been featuring for the Everton Under-21s in recent fixtures but played the full game for the first time in their 2-1 win over Mansfield Town, which secure their place in the last 16 of the Papa John's Trophy.

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  2. Gueye has faith in Lampardpublished at 13:54 29 November

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    Idrissa Gana Gueye has revealed how impressed he has been by Frank Lampard since returning to Everton and has backed the manager to take the club forward.

    Gueye re-joined from Paris St-Germain in August having spent a spell at Goodison Park between 2016 and 2019.

    In an interview with the club's website, external he revealed how gripped he was by the Toffees' battle against relegation last season and spoke of his admiration for Lampard.

    The Everton boss faced criticism for recording just one win in eight games in all competitions before the break for the World Cup.

    “When the gaffer called me, first of all, it was a pleasure for me to talk with him,” said Gueye on his return to Merseyside.

    "He explained he wanted to bring me back to try to help the team and bring the club to where it deserves to be — in the top positions, but we know that isn’t coming in one day.

    “The manager knows where he wants to go, that’s the first thing. Then, after, he knows how to get there.

    “He knows how to get those messages to the players; he knows the right way every time.

    “For example, sometimes we’ll have a meeting and going into it I’d be thinking about something and think ‘I should speak to the manager about this’, then, in that very meeting, he addresses exactly what I’ve been thinking about.

    “For me, he’s been great. There’s a really good feeling and I’m very happy to work for him."

  3. FA Cup third-round draw detailspublished at 15:09 28 November

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    The draw for the FA Cup third round takes place at Anfield this evening between 19:00 GMT and 19:30.

    It will be broadcast live on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer and marks the entry of Premier League and Championship clubs to the famous competition.

    Top-flight numbers to watch out for:

    1. AFC Bournemouth

    2. Arsenal

    3. Aston Villa

    7. Brentford

    8. Brighton & Hove Albion

    12. Chelsea

    14. Crystal Palace

    15. Everton

    16. Fulham

    19. Leeds United

    20. Leicester City

    21. Liverpool

    23. Manchester City

    24. Manchester United

    27. Newcastle United

    29. Nottingham Forest

    35. Southampton

    39. Tottenham Hotspur

    42. West Ham United

    44. Wolverhampton Wanderers

  4. Garner out for at least two monthspublished at 10:23 24 November

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    Everton will be without James Garner until "the back end of January or early February", says manager Frank Lampard.

    Garner, 21, injured his back before the World Cup break, while Lampard has also offered an update on Tom Davies' knee injury and Yerry Mina's hamstring complaint.

    "Tom is three weeks-ish, which is a positive result as we were worried about him," said Lampard.

    "Yerry is similar, three to four weeks.

    "Unfortunately, James Garner is going to be more than that. He’s probably going to be back at the back end of January or early February. It’s a disappointing injury."

  5. 'Courtois and Neuer' - Pickford on the best goalkeepers at the World Cuppublished at 14:16 23 November

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    Jordan Pickford gave praise to Thibaut Courtois and Manuel Neuer as the goalkeepers he looks up to at the World Cup.

    The Everton goalkeeper, who started the opener against Iran, has kept three clean sheets in 14 Premier League games leading into the tournament.

    Asked about the keepers he admires, he replied: "Thibaut Courtois - he had an unbelievable season at Real Madrid last year and Manuel Neuer, he's been around for a long time. There is a lot of talent at the tournament."

    The Three Lions beat Iran convincingly 6-2, with Pickford pulling off a remarkable one-handed save in the second half.

    On the save, he added: "The practice that we've put in all week helps me making saves like the finger-tip one against Iran. I was waiting and waiting and I got a nice top hand on it. The resulting penalty came from a throw-in on that side, which was disappointing, but I was happy with the save.

    "We were 4-0 up and conceded an easy goal and then the penalty was indifferent. I am never going to be happy conceding a goal, but we'll build towards USA and hopefully get a clean sheet."

  6. David ‘Doc’ Johnson diespublished at 11:38 23 November

    Everton have announced former player David ‘Doc’ Johnson has died at the age of 71.

    He was the only man to score a winning goal in a Merseyside derby for Everton and Liverpool until Peter Beardsley equalled the achievement more than two decades later.

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  7. 'We are trying new ideas' - Colepublished at 12:47 22 November

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    Ashley Cole says Everton have been focusing on improving in the final third during their mid-season trip to Australia.

    The first-team coach said: "We’re so focused on working on training and coming up with the ideas because goals win games.

    "We are trying new ideas out on the training pitch and hopefully we see the benefits in the next game.

    "We are always striving for the best and to perform at a high level. The back end of last week was a difficult time for us but it’s been a great opportunity to come here, meet fans, play against good opposition and focus on what we have been trying in training.

    "The focus is on us but we are a very determined group of staff and, of course, we always strive to be better."

  8. 'Some of it comes down to what we can do in January'published at 13:00 21 November

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    Frank Lampard has hinted Everton may pursue attacking options in the January transfer window.

    The Toffees are on tour in Australia and overcame Celtic on penalties over the weekend following a 0-0 draw.

    Lampard told the club's website:, external "We don’t want to over-analyse certain areas of our game - this week isn’t for that. It is to play and get minutes into players and, of course, we know we need improve in front of goal in terms of our clinical nature. Some of that comes down to improving and some of it comes down to what we can do in January."

    Lampard says defender Yerry Mina will need a scan on a hamstring issue.

    And in analysing his defence, Nathan Patterson drew scrutiny as he continues to settle in following his move from Rangers in January.

    "Pats was really good for us at the start of the season," said Lampard.

    "Then he got an injury while playing with Scotland and since he has come back in, he has still been finding his feet to get back to those levels but as a young player that is normal. He needs to push on now.

    "I was always confident about the attacking side of his game, but as a young player I wanted to see him defensively. At the start of the season it was spot-on and I think he really needs to continue focusing on that side of it."

  9. Price shines in first Everton startpublished at 10:59 21 November

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    Teenage midfielder Isaac Price says he is relishing life under Frank Lampard after making his first Everton start in Saturday's game with Celtic in the Sydney Super Cup.

    The Toffees are on tour in Australia with the World Cup now up and running and Price is making the most of some of his senior team-mates being away.

    "It was great to start against Celtic - the atmosphere was unbelievable!" said 19-year-old Price. "I found out on the morning of the game and I was buzzing.

    "Having Abdoulaye [Doucoure] next to me gave me confidence, let me play more and I thought we played pretty well.

    "I thought I did okay but I've still got things to work on, wanting the ball more, but I'm happy with the way I played."

    After a goalless draw, Everton edged out the Scottish champions on penalties and Lampard described Price as "the best player on the pitch".

    "The stature of the manager, the way he played when he was a player, he's someone to learn from and someone to pick things up off every day," he said.

    "It's been good having a few under-21 team-mates out here with me. We've all played together for years so it helps having them on tour."

    Everton's next game is against Western Sydney Warriors at CommBank Stadium on Wednesday (08:45 GMT).

  10. Pickford notes 'unbelievable journey' as he closes in on 50 capspublished at 10:06 21 November

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    Jordan Pickford says reaching 50 caps for England "would be unbelievable" as he prepares for their opening game of the World Cup against Iran.

    The Everton keeper is currently on 45 so would need England to reach at least the quarter-finals to achieve the milestone in Qatar.

    "It would be unbelievable for me," he told BBC Radio 5 Live's World Cup Daily podcast. "The journey I've been on since I was a six-year-old playing in the streets with my brother and his mates.

    "It has been some journey for myself and my family - it's amazing. But let's take one step at a time. It's our first group game so let's get the win and then look forward."

    Commenting on Pickford, former Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock admitted he has not been the England number one's biggest advocate but can see where Pickford has made progress.

    "I'd always said that as a defender, I'd like to have a calmer keeper behind me," he said. "But you can see he has worked on it.

    "When he gets up after a save, it's almost like he counts to keep calm and stay relaxed.

    "He's never let Gareth down and always performed well for England."

    Listen to full discussion on Pickford from 14'40 on BBC Sounds

  11. What's your one World Cup wish?published at 16:23 17 November

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    Jordan Pickford: Deliver for England like you always do, as our number one.

    Conor Coady: Be the voice you were in the Euros. England need your leadership, on or off the bench.

    Do that and you'll return strong and confident for Everton's run in.

    Check out the full piece here

  12. Coady speaks about Terry parallels and 'outstanding' Pickfordpublished at 13:04 17 November

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    Conor Coady has praised manager Frank Lampard for his relationship with the players at Everton as the Blues defender gears up for the World Cup.

    Coady met the media at England's training camp before the opening game against Iran on Monday and admitted he appreciated Lampard comparing him favourably to former Chelsea skipper John Terry.

    "It's a moment when you hear things like that and it fills you with pride," he said. "I play under a fantastic manager at Everton. He's good with the staff and players and he's absolutely brilliant."

    The 29-year-old also praised club colleague Jordan Pickford, saying he fully expected him to perform as England's number one.

    "He's been outstanding and people see him as a shot stopper but even more than that, he's a great person," Coady said. "He's so good to have around.

    "I've been lucky enough to play in front of him for England before but now this season I've had the chance to experience his quality and character every day.

    "He's a great friend of mine."

  13. Everton getting loose on Bondi Beachpublished at 09:19 17 November

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    The Blues arrived in Australia on Wednesday to prepare for the Sydney Super Cup, where they play Celtic on 20 November.

  14. Stopping goals was on Everton's mind in the summer window; scoring goals will be for Januarypublished at 16:45 16 November

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    After a torrid few days in Bournemouth, Everton must now take stock, regroup and find solutions.

    Those not involved in the World Cup have flown to Australia for two friendlies, but thoughts will be very much on home, and how the side can improve from Boxing Day onwards.

    The transfer market will be open in January, and you would imagine recruitment will be a big part of manager Frank Lampard’s thinking in terms of finding those solutions.

    The club successfully made the defence much stronger in the last window with the additions of Nathan Patterson, Conor Coady and James Tarkowski, but it's further up the pitch where concerns now lie. Goals win matches, and Everton need more of them when the domestic season resumes.

    Hopefully Dominic Calvert-Lewin will emerge fully fit after the break, while Tom Cannon looks to have great potential - though it would be unfair to heap that kind of pressure on the 19-year-old just yet. He will surely be PART of the answer, rather than the answer itself.

    Proven goalscorers are not easy to find in January, but Everton must hope they can find at least one to help stabilise their league position.

  15. 'To sign off with arguably the worst performance of the season leaves a sour taste'published at 14:08 16 November

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    Everton's last three performances has posed questions over desire in the squad, according to Greg O'Keeffe of The Athletic.

    Speaking to BBC Radio Merseyside he said: "To lose their last game at Goodison then have that hugely frustrating result in the Carabao Cup - same old, same old.

    "And then to sign off with arguably the worst performance of the season, and what has to be one of the worst performances in some time - and that’s saying something - leaves a really sour taste.

    "They will be alarmed at how things have gone and any progress made against Crystal Palace feels pretty diminished by that performance.

    "They will be worried about the lack of desire. One thing that Lampard has done is bring the squad together and capture a spirit, especially the way he got them over the line last season.

    "So to see that undermined a little bit will furrow a few brows. The break for the World Cup will give him a chance to start solving some problems both in the players' heads and then also the various dysfunctional parts of the team."

    Listen to the full interview on BBC Sounds