Everton's away game at Leicester City has been moved to Sunday 8 May (kick-off 2pm BST) as the Foxes have progressed to the Europa Conference League semi-finals.
The game at King Power Stadium was originally set to take place on Saturday 7 May at 3pm BST but has been rescheduled following Leicester's victory over PSV Eindhoven on Thursday night setting them up to play Roma on Thursday 5 May.
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1 Posted 16/04/2022 at 14:26:08
2 Posted 16/04/2022 at 16:30:34
3 Posted 16/04/2022 at 17:12:26
As for Richarlison - thought he was happy and wanted to help us win things or was that just a few matches? 🤔
4 Posted 16/04/2022 at 17:39:16
On the Leicester game, hoping that actually helps us with them having an eye on the Europa Conference League semi-final.
5 Posted 16/04/2022 at 17:51:47
If he goes, it will be a career move or because the club want to cash in. Probably a combination of both.
Love this clip. He and Mina might be doing what is expected, but definitely giving back to the community and the young supporters.
Yeri does him on the dance moves by the way!!
6 Posted 16/04/2022 at 22:14:39
That said, the damage done by Moshiri and his chosen ones to our prospects of ever achieving top half or better in the next season or two cannot be ignored.
We have a horribly uncoordinated squad the cost of which has already killed any chance of creating a successfully coordinated squad in the next season or two (minimum) whereby even top half may be achieved.
Is it any wonder that the three or four players or so, actually coveted by potentially even moderately successful clubs, want to seek such clubs to validate their professional credentials?
Of course our Frank and HIS team may be able to turn our water into enjoyable wine next season (even if "vintage" remains way off) and if they do I'll get pissed on it in tribute to them alone.
If they don't I won't blame them either, and that's the chief conundrum to me vis-a-vis the "football world". We're now rightly long seen as the most giving basket case club in the Premier League. It's cost Moshiri £half a billion to do it but for now his lunatic amenability is enjoyed, still, by the grasping agents of not so good players.
.,,,,,,,, in that he's got a lot in common with Kenwright.
7 Posted 16/04/2022 at 22:32:31
So it would seem it's the club trying to cash in but, at the quoted £50M, I would keep him. It's like having 2 players anyway.
8 Posted 16/04/2022 at 23:32:56
I think you're being rather harsh on the soothsayer from "Up Pompeii".
9 Posted 16/04/2022 at 23:33:10
Anthony # 1 - that is an horrific schedule. Makes our next home game another “must win”.
10 Posted 17/04/2022 at 02:34:35
11 Posted 17/04/2022 at 06:19:51
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