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English clubs are discussing plans that could see the 2019-20 season restart on 13th June, albeit behind closed doors as the nation remains in the grip of the novel coronavirus crisis.
Proposals from Uefa made public today have set out new parameters that would make it harder for clubs outside the established top four to qualify for the Champions League in the future.
Paul Wilson in The Guardian admits it’s the money men who want games played behind closed doors and any restart would be both artificial and risky
Moise Kean looks to be facing a fine as high as £160,000 by Everton after video of a late-night "quarantine" party hosted by the 20-year-old was picked up by the press.
André Gomes was beaten in his ePremier League Invitational quarter-final by Raheem Sterling but his pre-game video was another winning moment for the Portuguese.
André Gomes made comfortable work of his first match in the ePremier League invitational today, hammering Chelsea 8-0 as Everton on FIFA 20.
Social media during the shutdown [MEDIA]21 April
A selection of light-hearted and historical fare from across the Interwebs as Blues fans seek distraction while locked down during the coronavirus pandemic.
The club's medical staff say they are happy with the progress of Jean-Philippe Gbamin’s recovery from surgery on his torn quadriceps tendon.
"It took some wrangling but I was in Rotterdam when Everton won their first European trophy on an unforgettable night," writes Mark Tallentire.
Everton will be ready and raring to go when the Premier League season returns, according to English centre-back and experienced Toffee Michael Keane
For the last four weeks, Everton Football Club and Everton in the Community staff have been providing vital support and assistance for thousands of individuals and families in need across Liverpool in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic through its Blue Family initiative.
Top-flight football still has no firm resumption date but today's meeting of the 20 Premier League clubs brought broad consensus that the 2019-20 should be played to its conclusion.
It’s important to remember that football analytics goes so much further beyond raw statistics. Goals and assists are important, but there are other metrics to measure a player against, as well as the good old eye test.
Rule changes set to come into effect next season could see greater clarification of the handball rule and pitch-side monitors used more frequently in the Premier League.
The Premier League’s assessment of Everton’s naming rights deal with USM Holdings has reportedly been delayed and a decision won’t now be reached until the end of June.
Premier League players have launched a charitable fund called PlayersTogether to raise money for the National Health Service during the coronavirus pandemic.
Everton's plans for Goodison Park once the club leaves for Bramley-Moore Dock are taking shape with an outline application for planning permission submitted to the city council.
Henry Onyekuru talks to Patrick Boyland about the biggest setback in his career so far; the moment when his dream of playing for Nigeria in the World Cup and securing the work permit necessary to feature for Everton in the Premier League was taken away in the cruellest of fashions.
André Gomes admits that being isolated from his Everton team-mates and away from Premier League football is tough but he feels that the club is on the right track under Carlo Ancelotti for when the action finally resumes.
Amid controversy over the issue over pay in football, the Professional Footballers’ Association is arguing that the Exchequer stands to lose in excess of £200m in lost tax revenue if players are forced to reduce their salaries.
Updated The Premier League and its member clubs held further talks today to discuss strategies on how the 2019-20 season might be concluded as well as players wages.
Jonjoe Kenny says that he would prefer to spend another season on loan at Schalke rather than return to Everton at the end of the current campaign.