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Watch Van Dijk’s epic badge thumping celebration for Liverpool in FA Cup madness

WHAT A MOMENT! Having waited seemingly since June for Liverpool to sign Virgil van Dijk, Jurgen Klopp fielded the £75m centre-back tonight for his debut in the Merseyside Derby.And in the 84th minute, he rose above everyone else to nod home a winner in front of the Kop.A beautiful moment and one we’ll remember as a defining moment of this and any season.And watch his celebration… Thumping the badge and knee sliding. He’s been waiting for as long as us, Reds.


Barkley joins Chelsea see more!!!!

Chelsea Football Club has today completed the signing of Ross Barkley from Everton.The 24-year-old has signed a five-and-a-half-year contract and will wear the number 8 shirt.Upon signing for the Premier League champions, Barkley said: ‘I'm overwhelmed, I'm looking forward to it and I'm really excited to get started.‘To be given a fresh start at a new club like Chelsea, it's unbelievable for me. I'm looking forward to continuing where I left off at the end of last season and hoping to improve and add more goals to my game.’Club director Marina Granovskaia added: ‘Ross is a player we have long admired and are certain he will prove to be an important player for Chelsea. He possesses outstanding technical and physical attributes, matched with good experience of the Premier League and a strong desire to succeed at the highest level. We welcome him to the club and look forward to seeing him in action.’Barkley arrives with a wealth of experience for a player so young, ha…

Wayne Rooney Praised After Heartwarming £750k Christmas Gesture for Trio of Charities


Sam Allardyce Names Everton's League Target & Responds to Barkley & Kone Rumours


Liverpool 1-1 Everton: Rooney Penalty Gives Lucky Toffees Point Against Reds in Merseyside Derby


FA Cup third-round draw:

Liverpool will face Everton in the FA Cup third round, while holders Arsenal will travel to Nottingham Forest.
Premier League leaders Manchester City have a home tie against Burnley, Manchester United host Derby and Chelsea are away at Norwich. Seventh-tier Hereford, the lowest-ranked side left, will face Leicester if they overcome Fleetwood at the second attempt.

Epic Marco Silva's hit back at Sam Allardyce

Watford boss Marco Silva has hit back at Sam Allardyce after the Everton manager claimed that the Portuguese's track record "has got no comparison" with his own.

Yakubu retires age 35years

Former Nigeria international Yakubu Aiyegbeni has announced his retirement from football.The 35-year-old, who spent a decade playing in England for the likes of Portsmouth, Middlesbrough, Everton, Leicester City, Blackburn Rovers and Reading, has been without a club since leaving Coventry City after just three games
in April."I would like to officially announce my retirement from professional football today," he told
"Firstly, I would like to thank God for the career I have had. I would like to thank the entire Nigerian Football Federation and my Nigerian
national team-mates for all the memorable years I had playing for the Super Eagles."I would also like to thank all the football clubs I played for.
The managers, all club staff, owners,
fellow players and my dearest family and friendsbwho immensely supported me throughout my
career."When I started my career at Julius Berger in Nigeria all those years ago (1997) I could only have dreamt of the succ…

Everton boss Ronald Koeman sacked: My future is out of my hands

Ronald Koeman is uncertainty about his future as Everton manager as ended up with a sack.

After his side slipped back into the Premier League relegation zone with a 5-2 home defeat to Arsenal.
The pressure is increasing on Koeman, who spent £150 million on new signings in the summer, following a fifth defeat in nine league matches.
Asked whether the heavy loss could cost Koeman his job, he told Sky Sports: "I don't know.
"I told the players I believe in them, the commitment of the players, but if you are negative thinking -- and everybody is doing that in this moment - all these kinds of decisions are not in my hands.
"That is normal because that is football. We have played nine Premier League games, against the first five of the Premier League last season, but this is not the position that is good for Everton.
"I understand that. I have worked a long time in football. First of all, I don't think it is too late [to turn things around]."

Everton withst…

Just in! Wayne Rooney given two-year driving ban

Wayne Rooney pleased guilty to drink driving charge at Stockport Magistrates' Court
- The former England and Man United striker hasbeen banned from driving for two years
- Rooney was arrested while driving a woman's black Volkswagen Beetle on September 1
Former England and Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has been banned from driving for two years after pleading guilty to a drink driving charge.
The 31-years-old was stopped while driving a woman's black Volkswagen Beetle in Wilmslow, Cheshire, at 2am on September 1.
The car reportedly belonged to a woman he had met at the Bubble Room bar in Alderley Edge on a night out though he was not reported to have had intimate relationship with her.
Rooney was later arrested and bailed and was charged with drink driving. On Monday, September 18, he appeared at the Stockport Magistrates' Court.
Wearing a blue suit and with his hands in his pockets, Rooney walked into the court building accompanied by a small entourage.
He ha…

Koeman 'disappointed' in Rooney

Ronald Koeman says he is "very disappointed" in Wayne Rooney following the player's arrest for drink driving but the former England captain will feature against Tottenham on Saturday.
The 31-year-old has been charged with drink driving after he was stopped by police at around 2am last Friday. Sky Sports News understands that no club fines or punishment are likely before the legal process is complete.
Rooney was back at Everton's Finch Farm training ground on Tuesday morning, as the players and manager returned following the international break, and following talks with Koeman, the former Manchester United striker will be involved this weekend.
Obviously I am very disappointed by the situation regarding Wayne Rooney," Koeman said in his pre-match press conference.

Marcus Rashford's Start to Manchester United Life Bears Remarkable Similarity to Wayne Rooney's

It's no secret when it comes to how well Marcus Rashford is doing at Manchester United.

JOHN STONES: Man City Signs England defender for £47.5m

Manchester City have signed John Stones from Everton for £47.5m, making him the world's second most expensive defender.

John Stones tells Everton he wants to join Manchester City - sources

John Stones has met with Everton's hierarchy to inform them of his wish to join Manchester City, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

Ronald Koeman quits Southampton to become Everton's new manager

Ronald Koeman has left Southampton and been confirmed as the new boss of Everton on a three-year contract.

What Mourinho told me after Chelsea’s exit — Lukaku

Belgium star, Romelu Lukaku, has said that former Blues boss Jose Mourinho did not force him out at Chelsea and revealed the Portuguese was the first person to send him a
message of support following his move to Everton.
“Choices have been made by me. By me. Not by them,” Lukaku told the Daily Express. Mourinho has been criticised for allowing the Belgian to leave Stamford Bridge, initially on loan for the 2013-14 campaign before the move was made permanent by Everton the following summer. Lukaku, who has scored in each of his last seven Premier League games, admits he is saddened by Mourinho’s exit and believes the criticism surrounding the former Chelsea
manager is unfair. “Everyone says it is Mourinho’s fault, but it is not his fault because I made the decision. I went to his office to ask if I could go. “He was the first one to say, ‘Good luck.’ When I signed the deal [at Everton] at 11 o’clock, I got a text message on my old BlackBerry saying ‘Good luck, do your bestand I will se…

Capital one cup: The last four standing

Everton will face Manchester City and Stoke City will take on Liverpool in the final four of the Capital One Cup.Everton, the only side left in the competition not to lift the trophy, will entertain Manuel Pellegrini's team at Goodison Park in the first week of January before heading to the Etihad three weeks later.Both teams overcame Championship opposition to reach the semifinal, Everton winning 2-0 at Middlesbrough and City overcoming Hull 4-1.The other semi sees Liverpool, who have won the competition a record eight times, first face a trip to the Britannia Stadium before welcoming Mark Hughes' team to Anfield.Stoke, who won the League Cup in 1972, beat Sheffield Wednesday in the quarterfinals while Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool stunned Southampton by coming from behind to win 6-1 at St Mary's
Ties to be played the week of Jan. 4 and 25:
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