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With John Stones making his first England start, we compiled a list of young Evertonian England stars – the good and the bad… England team group (top row left to right) Daniel Sturridge, Phil Jones, Joe Hart, Gary Cahill, John Stones and Jordan Henderson. (bottom row left to right) Wayne Rooney, Raheem Sterling, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Leighton Baines and Jack Wilshere before the International Friendly at Wembley Stadium
Click here to see who makes the list.
This is a really great read.
Those of you that follow the blog daily will know that our deputy sports editor, David Prentice, made his way to Scotland yesterday for a poignant and moving ceremony rededicating the grave of Alex “Sandy” Young.
The forward’s tale is both a sad and a strange one and yesterday Everton kept a promise a long time in the making.
Click here to read the full story.
Here’s John Stones, who was delighted after making his first England start last night.
Here’s some highlights from last night’s game – it was nice to see both Stones and Baines performing well.
Here’s today’s Liverpool ECHO back-page:
Liverpool Echo back page September 4 2014
Our top story today and Graeme Sharp believes Steven Naismith can top the scoring charts in the Premier League this season.
Everton FC v Chelsea FC at Goodison Park in the Barclays Premier League. Steven Naismith celebrates his goal.
Sharpy says: “I think he’s been fabulous from day one.
“He wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea when he arrived and supporters didn’t really take to him but I’ve said time and time again his workrate and his commitment was exceptional.
“He’s probably a player’s player and some supporters didn’t recognise what he did. But I’m delighted for him now. He’s playing really really well and he’s on fire in front of goal. His finishing is excellent.
“He is a real threat.”
Click here to read more.
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We’ll have all the action after another exciting night of international football, you’ll have to excuse the sarcasm. At least John Stones and Leighton Baines did themselves justice in a dull victory over Norway last night.
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