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Everton want Wenger to replace Allardyce



With Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger seemingly on his way out of the club, the Frenchman could still end up staying in the Premier League.

According to the Daily Star, Everton are eyeing Wenger to replace Sam Allardyce.

On Sunday, the Gunners were beaten 2-1 at Brighton, their fourth successive defeat.

It increased speculation over Wenger’s time at the club.

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With Everton planning to fire Allardyce following a miserable run of their own, Wenger could be offered another opportunity to remain in England.

Toffees owner, Farhad Moshiri, believes Wenger “is the ideal candidate to revive the Merseyside club’s fortunes”.

Moshiri previously co-owned a 15% in Arsenal with Alisher Usmanov and is expected to make his move in the summer.

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Everton 1-0 Arsenal: Everton third FA table




Arsenal are looking for a win at Everton to strengthen their top four credentials

But the Gunners are far from home and dry as they must play no fewer than five of their last games away from home and currently have a wretched record on the road.

Phil Jagielka’s early goal, it put one in mind of the final years of Arsene Wenger’s reign.

Everton proceeded to a third successive victory and clean sheet, issuing a setback to Arsenal’s top-four hopes.

The Gunners end the weekend in fourth place, but they’ve won just once away from home in the league since November and this lifeless performance will have to worry manager Unai Emery.

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Everton 0 vs 2 Man City: City move ahead Liverpool




Manchester City defeated Everton with Joan Laporte and Gabriel Jesus on target, seeing them leapfrog Liverpool at the Premier League summit.

And it also means that the Reds now face a fight to win this league title.

Liverpool have not been firing on all cylinders of late.
Newcastle beating Manchester City last week gave them the perfect chance to extend their lead. Had the Reds beaten Leicester, they would have gone seven points clear.
But football is a funny old game.

And, just a week after Jurgen Klopp’s side dropped points, City are now back on top.

The win over Everton was not vintage City. Certainly not the swashbuckling side that you expect from Pep Guardiola’s side.

But make no mistake about it. This was the mark of champions.

At this stage of the season, you don’t have to win pretty. Goals galore are not the order of the day.
Instead, merely picking up the points is the priority. And City, in the last seven days, have responded emphatically.

Before the Leicester game, Liverpool fans felt the ball was in their court.

But after a dire 1-1 draw at Anfield, and another stalemate against West Ham at the London Stadium on Monday, City are in the ascendancy.

The way they breezed past Arsenal on Sunday was significant.

City were not at their blockbuster best then, either, but picked up a key three points.
History suggests it is matches like these that will decide the Premier League table come May.

And City beating Everton on a gloomy night at Goodison Park may yet be the biggest result yet.

Guardiola’s side have tough tests to come.

But so too do Liverpool, who face daunting games against United and Tottenham before the season’s end.

United will do everything in their power to stop the Reds winning the title.

And you can forgive them for wanting to throw the game against City to ensure their fiercest rivals, the ones around long before the Abu Dhabi money, do not take the prize they covet most.

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Chelsea vs Everton: Sarri, Marco Silva explain touchline clash




Chelsea boss, Maurizio Sarri has explained what seemed like a touchline spat with Everton manager, Marco Silva during their 0-0 game on Sunday. (more…)

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