Everton fans delighted with defender vs Leicester: "Absolute legend", "What a man"

Posted February 02, 2018

Shiny things. Things to distract from issues we don't really want to address.

However, Allardyce said it isn't certain that Coleman will play again this weekend. His bombarding runs up and down the line caused havoc in the first half and allowed Everton to push up against Leicester. This may be what helped him complete five successful dribbles during the game, three more than the rest of the Everton squad combined.

The Gunners have beaten Everton more often in league games than any other side has beaten another in the history of the Football League (95).

Ahead of Saturday evening's trip to Arsenal, Allardyce backed the England global hopeful's decision to swap clubs. He played 30-plus games last season and scored 19 goals.

"And obviously then, when I moved back over here after that month at home, the support I've had from all Evertonians has been great and I just wanted to repay that faith".

There were long odds on Everton signing anyone on deadline day, even with the best online live casino in the United Kingdom but the Blues eventually managed to get the signing over the line, and despite it not being the left back that many crave, Evertonians are happy with the capture. This resulted in Mahrez refusing to travel with the squad down to Goodison with the hope it would go through. Gray hasn't been in the game.

Everton vs Leicester City: Everton faces Leicester City today in the English Premier League.

I've been an Arsenal fan for more than twenty years and I can't remember a more disappointing season than this one.

Everton should have gone two goals ahead on 36 minutes when a Sigurdsson free kick was only partially cleared and Walcott and Sigurdsson worked another cutback for Niasse who incredibly put his shot wide when it looked easier to score.

Arsenal have acquired some serious firepower, and although Kevin Hatchard believes they have some big issues to address, they should blow away a fragile Everton defence.