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Allardyce now bookmakers’ favourite for Everton job

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Sam Allardyce has been installed as favourite by bookmakers to take the vacant Everton manager position after confirming he would be interested in taking the job if it was offered to him. The former England manager has been out of work since resigning as Crystal Palace at the end of last summer, but, despite the fact that he claimed at ...

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Everton to make shock move for Arsenal star

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He may have been one of their tormentors in chief when Arsenal thrashed Everton at home a week ago, but now comes news that the owner of the Merseyside club, Farhad Moshiri, wants to make a shock move for Alexis Sanchez. The Chile forward, out of contract in the summer, has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester City. ...

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Tottenham and Chelsea to go head-to-head for Everton star

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Tottenham are set to compete directly with Chelsea for the signature of Everton midfielder in the January transfer window. The England international Ross Barkley has refused to sign a new contract at Goodison Park and was heavily tipped with a move to Spurs in the summer, but a hamstring situation complicated matters with Everton eventually accepting a last-minute £35 million ...

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Ronald Koeman receives the dreaded ‘vote of confidence’

Ronald Koeman has received the dreaded “vote of confidence” from Everton majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri, in the wake of increasing calls for the Dutch manager to lose his job following the club’s disappointing home defeat to Burney on Sunday. This followed an embarrassing home draw against Cypriot minnows Appollon Limassol last Thursday night in the Europa League, and a humiliating ...

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Five Underrated 2017 FA Cup contenders

Crystal Palace Palace may have the worst points rate across the top four divisions in England in 2016, but they can point to reaching their FA Cup final in twenty-six years back in May as a sign that it is not all doom and gloom at Selhurst Park. The same team who beat Palace in the 1990 final repeated the ...

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Top 5 Football Records that can’t realistically be broken any time soon

Biggest losing margin in a World Cup qualifier A hapless American Samoa were decimated 31-0 by then Oceania powerhouses Australia in a 2002 World Cup qualifying fixture on 11th April, 2001. The lopsided scoreline played a significant role in the overhaul of the qualifying process that now sees smaller teams playing in a preliminary round before they face the top ...

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