Manchester United have now gone up a gear, They sold Wayne Rooney – who silently shed a tear. But Man U are now playing well – and winning more games, Now Rooney plays for his beloved home team, Everton; ‘and he’s scoring goals in his dreams.’   Now let’s hear it for the Kop, and 

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Wayne Rooney clearly likes to make a big statement. His wonder-goal against Arsenal as a 16 year old announced his arrival into world football. Later, his move to Manchester United was accompanied by a debut Champions League hat-trick against Fenerbahce and Rooney also marked his recent Everton homecoming with another spectacular goal, this time against 

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Wayne Rooney has officially announced his retirement from international football, bringing an end to his career with the Three Lions. Since earning his first cap in 2003, Rooney became a regular player in the first team squad on the international stage, and scored many goals that ensured that he was called upon regularly. The former 

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After weeks of wrangling and negotiation Everton have finally got their man and for £5 million less than Swansea were initially asking. Result! £45 million man Gylfi Sigurdsson, Iceland’s best export since fish, will now line up in an Everton side flush with new signings, some fresh faced and young, some familiar and old.  In 

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The football season is now warming up and the players are playing warm-up games, New players are on display but I don’t know their names! Pre-season it is called and it starts very soon, New talent on show which should make us swoon.   From the lower league teams to the big names we see, 

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When 24-year old striker who had 24 goals and 6 assists in a Premier League season decides to leave your favourite team, it is very normal to feel worried. Surely, that was how many Evertonians felt after Everton announced the reported £75m sale of Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United. Lukaku definitely left a big void 

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Manchester City’s recent capture of Tottenham defender, Kyle Walker, for a reported fee of £54 million, has made the English right-back the most expensive defender and Englishman in history. Walker is a fine player and offers something completely different to the players that City have had in his position in recent seasons. But the extortionate price 

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As Romelu Lukaku’s potential world-record transfer to Manchester United was announced earlier in the week, this is another example of how extreme Premier League spending has become. Manchester United believe the price tag for Lukaku is justified as the striker has a verified track record in the Premier League, having spent most of his career 

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It is easy to see the impact of Farhad Moshiri’s finance and determination to propel Everton into the Champions League picture when you analyse the club’s transfer business thus far this summer. The squad has been significantly bolstered both in terms of depth and first-team quality with the arrivals of Davy Klaassen, Michael Keane, Sandro 

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Wayne Rooney, having played 559 times for Manchester United and scoring 253 goals for the club, has now been confirmed as an Everton player, 13 years after he last graced the Goodison turf as part of the home team. But why did Rooney agree to such a move and, in the process, turn down lucrative 

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Legendary Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney has officially left Old Trafford after an illustrious 13-year career, joining boyhood club Everton on a free transfer. The striker was yesterday confirmed as an Everton player, putting pen to paper on a two-year deal, embarking on his second spell with the Toffees.   Successful and record-breaking Rooney was 

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Just when you thought Manchester United were about to sign a striker for £60 million they go and sign a different striker for £75, or is it £100?  For most of the summer it has seemed as if the signing of Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid was just around the corner. A fortnight ago stories 

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Wayne Rooney’s Old Trafford departure appears imminent. Rumours of Romelu Lukaku snubbing Premier League Champions Chelsea for Manchester United prompted a general acceptance that this deal will also see Rooney finally return to his boyhood club, Everton.   But, the question remains: why do Everton want him? Rooney has been an incredible servant for United, 

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Everton continued their summer spending spree yesterday by signing Michael Keane for a reported £25 million. The 24-year old centre back joined the Toffees from Burnley F.C. on a 5 year deal that could rise to a joint club record of £30m. Keane joins his fellow England international Jordan Pickford, Sandro Ramirez, Davy Klaassen and 

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When he joined the Sunderland football academy only aged eight (8) not many people would have expected Jordan Pickford to enjoy such a meteoric rise in such a short time.   To fine tune his goalkeeping talents Pickford was loaned to Darlington, Alfreton Town, Burton Albion, Carlisle United, Bradford City and Preston all relatively ‘unknown’ 

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So often in recent years Everton’s transfer business has been both disappointing and reactionary with players only arriving after key sales have been made. Ronald Koeman’s first summer in charge saw significant arrivals and his second is continuing in much the same manner with Jordan Pickford and Davy Klaassen both signing on Thursday. The latter 

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Everton has agreed a £30 million fee for Sunderland’s Jordan Pickford; whilst some will be alarmed that the price, this represents savvy business from Ronald Koeman.   Frustrating position Everton are stuck in a frustrating position. It is unlikely they will be able to compete for Champions League football in the foreseeable future, but it 

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Crystal Palace Summary Staying in the Premier League should be Palace’s number one priority every season but it’s been disappointing at how bad they have struggled. A team boasting Zaha, Benteke, Townsend and Cabaye should be pushing up but their defence has let them down so they were rightly in a dog fight. Big Sam 

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