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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

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3 Man Utd 3 0 0 9
4 Everton 2 1 0 7
5 Hull 2 0 1 6
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Juventus interested in Axel Witsel after Everton move rejected - Lucescu

With Juan Cuadrado and Axel Witsel deals nearing completion, the ESPN FC crew wonder if Juventus are now the frontrunners to lift the UCL trophy this season.

Zenit St Petersburg manager Mircea Lucescu has said that Italian champions Juventus have expressed interest in Axel Witsel, while also revealing that the player turned down an offer from Everton.

Witsel, 27, has already said he plans to stay with the Russian club this season after his name had been linked to numerous teams in recent weeks.

However, Lucescu told Dolce Sport: "We had a serious offer from Everton for Witsel, but the player rejected it.

"Now he has two days to find an agreement...

Everton edge a narrow win vs. Stoke in which Mason Holgate impresses

An unfortunate own goal by goalkeeper Shay Given, after a Leighton Baines penalty kick, gave Everton a 1-0 win over Stoke City.
Ronald Koeman spoke highly of his side's defence and prideful fan base following their 1-0 win over Stoke City.

An eventful 1-0 win against Stoke on Saturday has perennial slow starters Everton heading to the international break with seven points from nine, their best points haul after this early stage since 2006-07.

This was the type of game in which Everton regularly dropped points last season but there was no late heartbreak here as the Blues won successive league games for the first time since February. After missing numerous chances of their own either side of a Leighton Baines penalty ending in a...

Fan dies after collapsing at Everton match at Goodison Park

Everton says a man who attended the team's English Premier League match against Stoke on Saturday has died in hospital after falling ill during the game.

The club says in a statement that the 51-year-old man, who was seated in the Sir Philip Carter Park Stand at Goodison Park, became unwell at 4.15 p.m. local time.

Everton said police officers, an off-duty doctor and medical staff performed CPR on the man before an ambulance arrived.

Mark Hughes says due to the new directive in place at Stoke City, he feared his side would be targeted heavily by referees.

He died shortly after arriving at a hospital.

"The thoughts and...