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The future of Everton FC: where do they go from here?

With the sacking of Rafa Benitez, Everton find themselves with a lot of unsatisfactory issues around the club. After a defeat to lowly Norwich, and without a win in four, the Toffees sit 16th in the table, and are massively underachieving in terms of the expectations of the fans.

Marine In The Community thriving year on from Tottenham Hotspur match

When Marine began their FA Cup journey in 2020 against Barnoldswick Town, nobody could have imagined what took place just four months after. Seven rounds later, they faced Tottenham Hotspur, top of the Premier League. Merseysportlive reporter Sam Millne looks back at the impact of that game a year on.
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Liverpool’s rising Covid cases forces Arsenal fixture postponement

Liverpool's request to postpone their Carabao Cup semi-final tie with Arsenal tomorrow has been approved by the EFL. It comes after the club closed its training facilities on Merseyside amid rising positive Covid cases among staff and players.
Rafa Benitez - Sean Dyche new Everton boss?

Ex-Liverpool star tips Burnley boss for Everton job as Benitez pressure mounts

Former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore has suggested Sean Dyche could be a good fit to manage Everton amid mounting pressure on current boss Rafa Benitez. Dyche, manager at Burnley since 2012, has enjoyed six consecutive seasons in the Premier League after gaining promotion back to the top flight from the Championship in 2016.
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New Year’s Northern Premier League action as Warrington win

The new year was welcomed in with another win for Marine who continue to sit pretty atop the Northern Premier League West tree thanks to their 0-1 win at Prescot Cables, which attracted almost 1,000 spectators – the division’s biggest crowd of the day.

Festive Football: Bootle beat Marine and Cables lose against Linnets

Non-league football proved it’s alive and kicking in Sefton as more than 2,000 people turned out to watch Bootle beat Marine 0-3 in the Northern Premier League West - the eighth tier of English football. The match, which sold out well in advance, was the first league meeting between the sides for 70 years and lived up to expectations, for the visiting supporters at least, as Bootle stunned The Mariners by scoring three without reply.

Jurgen Klopp: Premier League Covid-19 crisis highlights ‘impossible’ fixture schedule

As the pressure mounts on the Premier League to take an emergency break after a surge in Covid-19, Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp hopes it will lead to discussions to fix the packed winter fixture schedule. The Reds beat Newcastle 3-1 at Anfield last night (December 16) without Virgil van Dijk, Fabinho, or Curtis Jones, who had all returned potential positive tests of the virus before kick off.
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Jurgen Klopp calls for transparency from Premier League on Covid-19

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes more transparency would make the issue of Covid-19 postponements more understandable. Klopp was asked before his side plays Newcastle tomorrow why the Premier League hide players and staff with positive Covid-19 tests.

AFC Liverpool draw Abbey Hey in FA Vase fourth round

By Sam Millne AFC Liverpool have been drawn away to Abbey Hey in the fourth round of the Buildbase FA Vase. AFC Liverpool are now just four games away from Wembley after beating Pilkington 1-0 in the third round of the...

Howard hat-trick sees Skelmersdale United ease past struggling Padiham

Three set-piece goals for in-form Michael Howard led Skelmersdale to a 3-0 win over Padiham. The victory sees the Blueboys extend their unbeaten run to 14 games and remain just one point behind leaders Macclesfield.




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