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Everton FC players in and out 2018/19. Here is the Everton FC First Team Squad 2018/19. The January transfer window 2018 is closed and the Summer transfer window 2018 is open and we have the full Everton transfers list 2018 with all Everton new player signings 2018/19. So here is the Everton FC squad 2018/19.
Everton FC new player in and out 2018-19. Here is the Everton FC Squad 2018-19. The Summer transfer window 2018 is here and we have the full Everton FC transfer lists and transfer wages.
Everton’s 2016/17 season was pretty good. It was their first season under new manager Ronald Koeman and they got some very good results. They did not trouble the top 6 too much, but finished a comfortable 7th, which was a significant improvement to 2015/16 under Roberto Martinez.
Their position was helped by having great players such as Romelu Lukaku. However, they have now lost their main man to Jose Mourinho and Manchester United.
Last season, in 2018, Everton sacked Ronald Koeman and hired Sam Allardyce to take charge until the end of the season. Everton had a very poor 2017/18 season and failed to compete for the top six/ seven. They made a number of signings for the season under Koeman but none of the signings really gelled into the team. Record signing Gylfi Sigurdsson flopped while Sandro Ramirez and Michael Keane were absolute failures. The only good signing was goalkeeper Jordan Pickford who had an excellent season and was the number one goalkeeper for England in the World Cup.
Now this summer, for the 2018/19 season, Everton sacked Sam Allardyce and hired former Watford and Hull manager Marco Silva.
The Everton squad had an overhaul after selling Romelu Lukaku for big money to Manchester United last seaosn. However the signings did not work out last season. Let’s see if Marco Silva can get them going this time around.
The Everton FC squad 2018/19 season will consist of these players. Here is how Everton FC will line up for the 2018/19 season.
These are the goalkeepers who will be in the Everton squad for the 2018/19 season. They were in the hunt for a new goalkeeper this summer and they targeted Jordan Pickford, who impressed for Sunderland last season. Since Sunderland were relegated, Everton found it relatively easy to sign the goalkeeper for £30 million. He has been first choice ever since.
Everton’s defence was bad last season and they struggled to keep clean sheets. They signed highly sought-after centre-back Michael Keane from Burnley for the 2017/18 season but he failed to assert himself into the first team. Their other star defenders appear to be staying at Goodison. Seamus Coleman missed most of last season after having broken his leg playing for Ireland. The Irish full-back should be fit now to reassert himself as one of the league’s best right-backs. Everton signed Colombian World Cup star and centre-back Yerry Mina from Barcelona for £27.23 million.
These are the Everton FC midfielders for the 2018/19 season. Everton signed Watford star winger Richarlison for £40 million plus bonuses. The Brazilian winger arrives every highly rated but will have to perform well and quickly in order to justify his huge price tag.
After the loss of Lukaku it was important for them to try and replace him as effectively as possible. They signed Wayne Rooney (as previously mentioned) for free and Sandro Ramirez from Malaga for £8.5million. However both failed to really help Everton much. Rooney has left for the United States MLS while Ramirez was loaned back to the La Liga. In January 2018, Everton signed Theo Walcott from Arsenal and got a new striker from Turkey Cenk Tosun. The Turkish striker looked like a promising signing for Everton after scoring some crucial goals soon after his arrival. The Toffees signed winger Bernard on a free transfer in summer 2018.
Everton’s first six games of 2018/19 season are as follows:
Everton have a somewhat favourable opening six games aside from their game against Arsenal. Their current squad is starting to look good enough to compete with them. They should be aiming to get at least 12 points from those six games.
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