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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
13 Burnley 5 3 8 18
14 Everton 5 2 9 17
15 Bournemouth 4 4 8 16
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Everton need a reality check: Moyes is the best they can get

Two weeks ago, as Marco Silva's reign as Everton manager lurched towards its inevitable ending, graffiti was daubed on the walls of Goodison Park. Sprayed in white on the blue-painted brickwork, it read: "No Hughes, Moyes, Howe - SILVA OUT - F---Moyes."

The views of one disgruntled supporter don't reflect the position of every Evertonian, but if radio phone-ins and message boards are a true gauge of the supporters' feelings, whoever used that spray can at Goodison certainly understood the sentiment...

Emery in Everton talks but deal unlikely as ex-Arsenal coach targets Premier League return - sources

Steve Nicol discusses whether Duncan Ferguson has made his case for the permanent Everton job after beating Chelsea.
A US-based photographer was at the heart of the action for Duncan Ferguson's managerial debut.
Alejandro Moreno says Marcelino to Arsenal rumours won't happen as he has seemingly already ruled himself out.
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Unai Emery has held talks with Everton and would be keen on a return to the Premier League although a deal now looks unlikely, sources have told ESPN.

The 48-year-old was sacked by Arsenal in November after 18 months in charge and a run of seven games without a win.

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Sources close to the coach have told ESPN that Emery...



If the Premier League did trades like NBA or MLB: Would Tottenham swap Eriksen for Man United's Dalot?

We're more than one-third of the way into the Premier League season and if the league operated under NBA or MLB rules, teams would currently be scrambling to figure out which players they could shuffle in and out of their doors. Title-chasers would be seeking out the final piece to put them over the top. Champions League contenders would be searching for starters. Mid-table teams would consider selling off stars for future prospects. Oh, and relegation fighters would be hunting for anyone who could...