He cost £72million.
by: Andy Hunter at Goodison Park — The Guardian 7 Dec
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored twice after Richarlison’s early opener for Everton in a 3-1 victory against Chelsea in Duncan Ferguson’s first match as temporary manager
by: James Ross — West London Sport 7 Dec
Everton v Chelsea
by: Calvin — SB Nation: Royal Blue Mersey 7 Dec
Toffees looking for a fresh start to the season under a new manager
by: N/A — BBC 7 Dec
A much-improved Everton hustle their way to victory over Chelsea in caretaker manager Duncan Ferguson's first match in charge.
by: Josh Barker — 101 Great Goals 7 Dec
Duncan Ferguson stakes claim to become permanent Everton boss after victory over Chelsea.
Everton 3-1 Chelsea: 5 talking points as Dominic Calvert-Lewin double seals Toffees win - Mirror Online
by: David Maddock — Mirror Online 7 Dec
Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored twice for Everton as Richarlison also hit the target in a 3-1 victory over Chelsea to give Duncan Ferguson victory in his first game as caretaker boss
by: N/A — Sports Keeda 7 Dec
Frank Lampard left Olivier Giroud out of Chelsea's matchday squad to face Everton, who named Theo Walcott in their starting XI.
by: Greg Wilcox — The Telegraph 7 Dec
It may not come as a huge shock - considering his fearsome reputation - but Ferguson has called for the Everton players to "bleed on the pitch".
EVE vs CHE Dream11 Match Prediction : Everton Vs Chelsea Best Dream 11 Team for Premier League 2019-20 Match
by: Jatin Hasija — THE SPORTSRUSH 7 Dec
EVE Vs CHE Dream11 Team And Match Report: Everton ardently strive for the new manager bounce today when they take on Chelsea.
Gallery: Duncan Ferguson is set to lead Everton out against Chelsea - here's how we predict the line-up could look
by: Elliott Cuff — Read Everything: Read Everton 6 Dec
So, Marco has finally gone. It is sad that it had to come to this, but it really was a decision that needed to be taken. Farhad Moshiri obviously had a vision in which Silva was an instrumental component, but sometimes luck is against you, and...
by: Jonathan Jarvis — Snack Football: Live 4 Liverpool 6 Dec
Trent Alexander-Arnold was lucky not to see red in the Merseyside derby on Wednesday night, according to Darren Bent.
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