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Daily Telegraph - Sat Sep 30 1:18 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Ronald Koeman says he is not worried about his Everton future after a disappointing start to the season and has rejected the claim he spent £150 million to rebuild his squad over the summer. Koeman joined the legion of managers adopting the 'net spend' and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sat Sep 30 4:22 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Jose Mourinho has underlined Romelu Lukaku's importance to Manchester United by insisting he will give no consideration to resting the Belgium striker until Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns from injury. The United manager also confirmed Paul Pogba's torn and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri Sep 29 12:04 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Jose Mourinho has got a problem on his hands because it can be hard to stay humble when you crush Champions League opposition like this away from home. Manchester United have not played with this sort of panache in Europe for years. The Portuguese and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Sep 26 7:52 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Wayne Rooney could feature in an Everton-themed version of the popular online game Angry Birds as part of the club's new shirt-sleeve sponsorship deal with the game's developers. Premier League clubs are permitted to carry sponsors on the sleeves of and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Sep 26 6:39 AM
Telegraph.co.uk He was substituted early again at the weekend, with his 55th-minute replacement Tom Davies helping turn the game against Bournemouth in Everton's favour. Koeman is standing by his fellow Dutchman, but admitted Klaassen is struggling. “He needs time. and more »
Daily Telegraph - Mon Sep 25 8:16 AM
Telegraph.co.uk It was a weekend where the Premier League's heavyweights flexed their muscles and claimed victories, while elsewhere Everton finally got back on track. Brighton ground out a hard-fought win over Newcastle, as Watford sucker-punched Swansea to earn a
Daily Telegraph - Mon Sep 25 4:27 AM
Telegraph.co.uk The recent history of Liverpool can be told in its high-scoring draws. Everton 4-4 Liverpool, 1991. Liverpool 3-3 AC Milan, 2005. Liverpool 4-4 Arsenal, 2009. Crystal Palace 3-3 Liverpool, 2014. And as Jamie Vardy stepped up to take his penalty on and more »