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21 November 2022 - 22:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Hello and welcome to the Liverpool ECHO's Monday live blog for all your very latest Everton news, rumours and transfer gossip. The ECHO will provide breaking stories, reaction and comment to all the big talking points from Goodison Park as well as keeping tabs on transfer market gossip from around the world. Anthony Gordon is reportedly being monitored by Tottenham Hotspur after Chelsea failed with an attempt to sign the attacker in the summer. Meanwhile, England kick off their World Cup campaign this afternoon when they take on Iran at 1pm in Qatar. Jordan Pickford is expected to start in goal for the Three Lions with Conor Coady settling for a place on the bench. Get involved and send your thoughts to @LivEchoEFC. And don't forget to subscribe to our FREEEverton FC newsletter, our YouTube channel and listen to our Royal Blue Podcast, with all your favourite ECHO regulars including Joe Thomas, Chris Beesley, Connor O'Neill, Gavin Buckland and Paul Wheelock. 22:23Connor O'NeillNathan Patterson exclusiveNathan Patterson was determined to take a penalty against Celtic despite being asked by Frank Lampard: "Are you sure?"The ex-Rangers man said he put his hand up to take a spot-kick because he enjoys performing under pressure - and admitted it had extra meaning being against his former Old Firm rival. Patterson took the decisive third penalty, putting Everton 3-0 up and essentially taking the shoot-out beyond the reach of the Scottish champions.Speaking to the ECHO in Sydney, the 21-year-old said he was pleased to get another 90 minutes under his belt after his return from injury and also expressed his admiration for the Blues fans who have turned out in Australia to back the team.Read the full story from Joe Thomas here.Nathan Patterson scores his penalty against Celtic (Image: Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images)ShareComments20:04Connor O'NeillDennis Geiger linkedShareComments18:02Connor O'NeillKlaassen scoresAnother former Everton man on target in the World Cup.ShareComments15:45Connor O'NeillThe Big Everton ForumThe first part of season has been packed with headlines at Goodison Park both on and off the pitch - and it's time to hear your thoughts on everything related to Everton FC.The Blues headed into the break for the World Cup languishing in 17th place in the Premier League - a point above the relegation zone - after seven defeats, five draws and just three wins. Everton have also been knocked out of the Carabao Cup after a disappointing third-round exit at the hands of Bournemouth.Poor performances on the pitch have seen Frank Lampard, and his players, come under the spotlight and the anger from away fans which greeted a league defeat to the Cherries on the south coast before Qatar 2022 gave a glimpse of the troubles which could lie ahead if there is not an upturn when the league action resumes.Construction of Everton's new stadium is progressing well, although there have been some question marks over Farhad Moshiri's stewardship of the club in the longer term, especially relating to FFP and transfers .The Liverpool ECHO have launched our winter survey as Everton supporters are urged to speak about the team, Lampard, the need for investment, Moshiri's ownership and transfers. We want to get a clearer picture about things that really matter to the fanbase and where the biggest priorities ought to lay.Have your say about the Blues by clicking here.Everton manager Frank Lampard, owner Farhad Moshiri and the club's fansShareComments15:35Connor O'NeillStunning from PickfordShareComments15:09Tom CavillaIdrissa Gueye starts for Senegal!Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye has been named in Senegal's starting eleven to take on the Netherlands at 4pm.This is the second fixture to take place in Group A, following on from Ecuador's victory over Qatar yesterday afternoon.Senegal XI: Mendy, Sabaly, Koulibaly, Diallo, N Mendy, Kouyate, Gueye, Cisse, Diatta, Sarr, Dia.ShareComments14:09Tom CavillaPlymouth boss shares Everton aimPlymouth Argyle manager Steven Schumacher has revealed his ultimate aim is to one day become Everton manager.Schumacher has impressed in his current role in charge of the Pilgrims, who sit top of League One after 19 matches played despite being relentlessly pushed by title favourites Ipswich Town and Sheffield Wednesday. Plymouth last season last their manager Ryan Lowe to Championship side Preston North End and Schumacher may soon be tipped to take on a bigger job if he continues to work his magic in the third tier.Outlining his career aims in an interview with Football League World, he said: “Long term? (Chuckles) I’m just focused on the next game if I’m dead honest. But, obviously, like all managers I’ve got ambition and I want to manage at the very top if I can. My team was Everton, so if I could ever get to the Premier League and manage Everton, that would be the dream come true." Steven Schumacher, manager of Plymouth Argyle ShareComments13:15Tom CavillaAustralian Evertonians get unique Z-cars rendition as damning familiar statistic paints false pictureEverton clinched the Sydney Super Cup in a game that was more entertaining than the goalless scoreline suggested.The makeshift side faced familiar issues up top but still created more than the statistic of no shots on target indicates, though it was also reliant on Asmir Begovic's brilliance at the other end. Frank Lampard later said he was pleased with "elements" of the Blues' display - though he added the circumstances of the game, with some players still feeling jetlag and injuries and international duty forcing him to play some key men out of position, meant there was only a limited amount he could learn from it.One positive he could take was the performances of the Under-21s he gave an opportunity to. Their displays are among some of these moments that may have been missed from Everton's win in the headline match of the competition Down Under.Blues get shock as sides walk onto pitchWhile Celtic were essentially listed as the home team, no-one quite expected the introduction the teams received as they walked out of the tunnel at the Accor Stadium. The Blues may not have anticipated entering the pitch to Z-Cars but probably didn't expect to be serenaded by Celtic and Liverpool anthem You'll Never Walk Alone. Joe Thomas has more, here.Everton fans during the Sydney Super Cup match between Celtic and Everton at Accor Stadium. Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images. (Image: Everton FC via Getty Images)ShareComments12:11Tom Cavilla'Spoke to Lampard' - Mohammed Kudus reveals Everton transfer talks after failed summer moveAjax attacker Mohammed Kudus has revealed he was 'really close' to signing for Everton during the summer transfer window.

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. Kudus has reached double figures for goals this season after 21 matches played, in addition to registering two assists.Everton were linked with a £15million move for the Ghana international, whose transfer value is likely to have skyrocketed as a result of his eye-catching displays.Addressing the speculation surrounding his future during the summer and how a move to Goodison Park so nearly occurred, Kudus told Star Connect on Joy TV: “I was really close to joining Everton."To read more, click here.Mohammed Kudus of Ajax in action (Image: Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)ShareComments11:43Tom CavillaRodrigo Becao latestRodrigo Becao's Udinese future remains unsolved as speculation over the next move of the Brazilian continues. A latest update on the centre-back comes from Messaggero Veneto, who state the centre-back has been rejecting contract offers from his current employers since last month.Out of contact in 2024, the above report claims the player could come to an agreement whereby he pens a new deal with Udinese to increase his market value prior to a sale.This will reportedly be possible if the Serie A side 'promise to sell' Becao for a fixed fee of between £13million and £17m. Rodrigo Becao celebrates during the Serie A match between AC Monza and Udinese ShareComments10:11Tom CavillaEngland to no longer wear 'OneLove' armbandEngland's opening World Cup fixture versus Iran continues to be overshadowed by off-field issues surrounding host country, Qatar.Ever since being awarded the right to stage football's greatest tournament back in 2010, questions have been asked regarding the legitimacy of their successful bid and suitability to be at the centre of such an event due to concerns relating to human rights and the criminalisation of same-sex relationships.Aiming to send out a message promoting diversity and inclusivity during the World Cup, captains of nine countries had drawn up plans to wear a 'OneLove' armband but have since backed down on this proposal.What is the meaning behind the OneLove armband?The 'OneLove' armbands are part of a campaign to "promote inclusion and send a message against discrimination of any kind."Initially kick-started by the Netherlands ahead of Euro 2020, Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Wales represent the 10 countries who had decided to support this scheme in Qatar.Belgium, Denmark, England, Germany, Holland, Switzerland and Wales are the seven countries who have today announced they will no longer take part.Various social campaigns were set to feature on the armbands throughout each round of the World Cup, with other themes including: #SaveThePlanet, #ProtectChildren, #EducationForAll and #BeActive.Harry Kane will not wear the OneLove armband in the World CupShareComments08:16Tom CavillaSpurs 'continuing to monitor' Gordon Tottenham Hotspur are 'continuing to 'monitor' Anthony Gordon's situation at Everton ahead of the January transfer window.Gordon was subject of interest from the Lilywhites during the summer, though it was Chelsea who officially made a move for the winger. Graham Potter's side saw a £45million offer knocked back by the Blues and failed to reach an agreement over a deal for the 21-year-old.It remains to be seen as to whether or not Chelsea renew their interest in the Blues' No.10 when the transfer window reopens, though Tottenham could well test the resolve of the Everton board according to latest reports.Football.london have claimed Spurs will pay close attention to any developments with Gordon's future in case an opportunity arises to make a move. The north London side, of course, already secured the services of one Everton player in recent months after recruiting Richarlison in July.Anthony Gordon of EvertonShareComments07:36Tom Cavilla'I was on the lash' - Everton forward went from police cell to Goodison hero in less than 24 hoursDuncan Ferguson wore the Everton number nine shirt with pride and it was the proudest moment of his career when he managed the club he so dearly loves.A beacon of hope to so many during the club’s low points of the 90s. Such is the bond between Ferguson and Everton supporters, the Scot once described the club as: 'My family and my life'.Ferguson is the ultimate Everton modern day great. A player worshipped by Blues for playing his part in some unforgettable Goodison Park moments.No-one will ever forget the night he scored against Manchester United. Or his brace against Charlton Athletic following his return to the club from Newcastle United.However, on this day 28 years ago, the love affair between Everton and Ferguson started. A whole month after he initially joined the club on loan from Glasgow Rangers.Arriving on Merseyside with Rangers team-mate Ian Durrant, Ferguson joined a club in crisis. Everton were rock bottom and heading down.To read more, click here.Duncan Ferguson (Image: (Popperfoto via Getty Images/Getty Images))ShareCommentsCharlotte CoatesNotts Forest linked with Michael KeaneNottingham Forest fans have reacted to being linked with a move for Everton defender Michael Keane for £15 million.Recent reports have suggested Keane could leave Goodison Park in the winter window and Forest are keen to add defensive reinforcements.Michael Keane of Everton gives instructionsShareCommentsCharlotte CoatesMorning, BluesGood morning Everton fans and welcome to our LIVE blog.Stay tuned for all of the latest news today.ShareComments

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