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Everton's Wayne Rooney: 'No issue' with Sam Allardyce over Liverpool sub

Everton's Sam Allardyce addresses questions about Wayne Rooney's reaction to being substituted.
Everton's Wayne Rooney was visibly upset after being subbed off midway through the second half of the Merseyside Derby.

Wayne Rooney insists there is no rift between him and Everton boss Sam Allardyce following the ex-Manchester United man's angry reaction to being substituted during this month's Merseyside derby.

Rooney, 32, was taken off with more than half an hour remaining at Goodison Park and his unhappiness was obvious as he left the pitch.

After the incident, Allardyce said there is no problem between him and Rooney and the player confirmed as much on Thursday.

Rooney told Sky Sports News: "It's me that...

 By PA Sport

Everton apologise to Sam Allardyce over fan survey to rate his performance

Everton's Sam Allardyce addresses questions about Wayne Rooney's reaction to being substituted.
Everton boss Sam Allardyce did not get disappointed when only a few journalists turned up to his press-conference ahead of Liverpool game.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Sam Allardyce says he received an apology from Everton chairman Bill Kenwright after the Merseyside club invited fans to rate the manager and his coaching staff.

Everton distributed an annual questionnaire -- aimed to shape the club's strategy at engaging with supporters -- via email to season ticket holders and club members that included the chance to mark Allardyce's performance out of 10.

The fans were asked just how much they agreed with the statement: "I have a high level...

Ademola Lookman transfer hopes depend on Everton situation - RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig want to make Ademola Lookman a permanent signing.

RB Leipzig hope to sign on-loan Everton winger Ademola Lookman on a permanent basis but said it would depend on what happens at Goodison Park amid uncertainty over the future of manager Sam Allardyce.

Lookman, 20, joined Leipzig on a six-month deal without an option to make the transfer permanent in January.

The England under-20 international has appeared in seven Bundesliga matches, starting three, and the club want him to stay at the Zentralstadion beyond the summer.

"If it were down to us, I'd...

Sam Allardyce savaged as Everton fans voice fury after miserable campaign

Swansea moved five points off the bottom three thanks to a Jordan Ayew goal in a home draw with Everton.
Swansea moved five points off the bottom three thanks to a Jordan Ayew goal in a home draw with Everton.
Swansea moved five points off the bottom three thanks to a Jordan Ayew goal in a home draw with Everton.

A wide-ranging survey sent by Everton to supporters caused quite the frenzy since its release on Tuesday. Topics ranged from media portrayal of Everton to reasons for supporting the club, touching on the role played by international supporters.

These surveys are commonplace as Everton often seek the views of fans but this one has attracted attention due to questions relating to the direction of the club and matters on the pitch.

Each question needed a rating from 0 to 10, with 0 signalling...

 By PA Sport

Everton invite fans to rate Sam Allardyce out of 10 in club survey

Everton's Sam Allardyce addresses questions about Wayne Rooney's reaction to being substituted.
Everton boss Sam Allardyce did not get disappointed when only a few journalists turned up to his press-conference ahead of Liverpool game.

Everton fans have been given the chance to formally mark manager Sam Allardyce out of 10 as part of a club survey.

Since his appointment in November, the former England boss has come under fire from a section of supporters unhappy about his style of football and the results it has been getting.

Allardyce, who maintains he is ploughing ahead with plans for next season, has continually brushed off the criticism and a fortnight ago told journalists: "Your lives are really run by Facebook, Twitter and...