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Everton champion? Sassuolo in Europe? Virus shakes up big leagues
Fans assuming that Bayern Munich would already be cruising toward its ninth consecutive Bundesliga crown or that English champion Liverpool would have started to shake off its rivals early in the season could not be wider of the mark.
Liverpool denied by VAR in derby draw with Everton
Champion Liverpool was foiled by VAR as it was held to a 2-2 Premier League derby draw with Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday after a late effort from Jordan Henderson was ruled out.
Everton to host Liverpool at Goodison in potential title decider
Liverpool's clash with Everton on June 21 will be played at Goodison Park after Liverpool City Council gave the go-ahead for both sides to complete their remaining Premier League fixtures at home.
Champions League is not 'mission impossible' for Everton: Ancelotti
New Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti said getting the Merseyside club to compete in the Champions League was his long-term goal, a project similar to his successful stint at Paris St. Germain eight years ago.
Stalemate shows work to do for Ancelotti, Arteta at Everton, Arsenal
Carlo Ancelotti and Mikel Arteta were shown the huge jobs that lie ahead as Everton and Arsenal managers respectively as they watched their new sides play out a drab 0-0 draw at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Ancelotti agrees on deal to take over as Everton manager
Carlo Ancelotti agreed a deal to take over as Everton’s manager and may forgo money he is owed by Napoli under the terms of his dismissal in order to speed his appointment at Goodison Park.
Ancelotti in talks to take Everton job
Everton held talks with Carlo Ancelotti on Monday as the club continues the search for Marco Silva’s successor.
United's foundations at risk unless Solskjaer rids club of 'weeds'
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said prior to the humiliating 4-0 thrashing by Everton there would not be wholesale changes to Manchester United personnel in the close season, but Gary Neville, for one, believes he should think again.
Jesus scores twice to send Man City top
Gabriel Jesus scored twice as Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League with victory over Everton at Etihad Stadium.
Inconsistent Liverpool still has to develop, says Klopp
Liverpool is still seeking to strike the right balance between defensive solidity and attacking fluency, according to manager Jurgen Klopp.
Reds eager to have Salah fit for Everton
Jurgen Klopp said Liverpool is "trying everything" to get Mohamed Salah fit for Saturday's Premier League clash with rival Everton, but he does not yet know if his 38-goal talisman will be available.
Everton ban fan, police probes Goodison Park brawl
Merseyside Police are investigating the brawl that broke out on the pitch between players from Everton and Olympique Lyon in the Europa League on Thursday.
Rooney departs to muted applause
The oddity of Wayne Rooney’s glittering 13-year Manchester United career is that he departs for Everton to only muted applause. Despite a record that features a glut of trophies and personal achievements a strong sense of “Ta-ra Wayne, it’s about time” prevails among supporters.
Rooney back in Everton shirt
Wayne Rooney confirmed he has rejoined Everton from Manchester United while Romelu Lukaku appeared to confirm he is moving in the opposite direction by saying he did not think twice about agreeing to join the Red Devils when the opportunity arose, describing the club as the “biggest in the world”.
Rooney in Everton talks over possible reunion
Wayne Rooney is in advanced talks with Everton about rejoining his boyhood team with the potential move centering on the Merseyside club matching the £250,000-a-week basic salary he earns at Manchester United.

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