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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Hello and welcome to the Liverpool ECHO Tuesday 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. We will also have reaction to the 1-1 draw against Crystal Palace at Goodison Park on Easter Monday after James Rodriguez had his second-half goal cancelled out by Michy Batshuayi. 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. The podcast has all your favourite ECHO regulars including Phil Kirkbride, Adam Jones, Dave Prentice, Gavin Buckland, Chris Beesley, Connor O'Neill, Paul Wheelock and Sam Carroll.00:20Sam CarrollFarhad Moshiri BoostFootball finance expert Kieran Maguire believes Farhad Moshiri has been handed an Everton boost by relaxtations to Financial Fair Play [FFP].FFP was relaxed in June to help clubs following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic Maguire told Football Insider: “To a certain extent, Everton will benefit from the next year or two because Uefa have relaxed the intensity of financial fair play because of Covid.“Clubs in the Premier League are, relatively speaking, are suffering less than clubs in Europe. They have got the TV deal which is better than other European teams have. “They would love European football in time for 2024 and I think Moshiri plans more big spending until then. After that, they might move in a more self-sufficient direction.
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."A solid start from an angry Roy Hodsgon in his post-match press conference last night after he was asked whether Crystal Palace were lucky to draw at Everton.He replied: "We came back from 1-0, but we had as much possession, as many opportunities and as many chances as them. I cannot agree with your observation."However, I am pleased that we got back into it and grateful to our keeper, but their chances came quite randomly, not often from us getting cut open. Otherwise I thought we were every bit as good as Everton."He was also left 'disappointed' by a question involving Ben Godfrey and Wilfried Zaha.Read the full story HERE from 7am.Sam CarrollGood Morning!Salutations!That was not the night we wanted last night, was it?But Everton are still in the hunt for European football with nine matches of the season remaining.Here are all the big talking points from last night for you to peruse over breakfast.Let me know what you thought of the game against Crystal Palace (and what you're eating) @SamCarroll0.
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