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This Toffee TV video previews Everton’s Europa League clash with Russian side FK Krasnodar on Matchday 2 of the competition.

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Who will succeed David Moyes?

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David Moyes became the shortest serving post-war Manchester United manager as they sacked their first manager in little under twenty-years a year exactly to the day they claimed their 20th Premier League crown against Aston Villa with a Robin van Persie hat-trick.

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How Do You Solve A Problem Like Apostolos ???

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So , then , Apostolos ; The Ladies Favourite , but apparently , not the Manager’s . Nor the previous incumbant’s , nor , it seems even U-21 Manager Alan Stubbs’ , as it goes . He has consistently refused to even consider a Loan move – despite being informed by both Moyes and Bobby that this would be his avenue to First Team Football at Goodison . This at a time when we are suffering our worst injury crisis , specifically to offensive players , in 2 Seasons or more . Yet , he is behind Joel Robles as regards potential for involvement any given Saturday . So , the question becomes , what to do with Vellios ??? Continue reading How Do You Solve A Problem Like Apostolos ???

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Rafa

Aurelio De Laurentiis, Napoli’s club president, has stated that ex Liverpool and Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez has agreed a two-year deal to become the club’s new head coach. Napoli have been looking for a replacement for current boss Walter Mazzarri who revealed last weekend that he is leaving Napoli this summer. Mazzarri is expected to become the new head coach at Inter Milan.

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Mario Balotelli’s return to Milan, this time to play for AC rather than Inter, made the headlines on Transfer Deadline Day and a few days later he is back in the headlines again. At times at Manchester City he was known as Stupid Mario but on Sunday evening he was certainly Super Mario by scoring twice, including a last minute winner from the penalty spot, in Milan’s 2-1 victory over Udinese.

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