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Everton desperately need change to stop what all fans know is coming
The tragedy when the Titanic sank was that a crew member had spotted the iceberg the ship was heading for but it was too late to prevent disaster. The same notion applies to Everton’s current situation as the disastrous path they have set also leads downwards and in their case exits the top flight of English football for the first relegation in 72 years.

Last season, despite posting a joint-lowest equivalent points total in the club’s 134-year Football League and Premier League history, the Blues narrowly escaped relegation, only surviving with a dramatic 3-2 comeback win over Crystal Palace in their last home game. . The ECHO’s front page proclaimed: “We love you Everton – don’t let us experience this again!” and added: “The Toffees secured Premier League continuity in one of the most memorable nights in Goodison’s long history… but it should not have come to this.”

Read Chris Beesley’s analysis of yesterday’s defeat, here.

Everton Women got off to a flying start to the year as Jess Park put in a stunning display against Reading
Everton marked the return of the Women’s Super League with their first win of 2023 as they beat Reading 3-2 at Walton Hall.

Merseyside Reach’s Women’s Correspondent, Beth Lindop, is on the scene to pick up all the action this afternoon.

Moyes ‘fought to save his job’
West Ham United are reportedly considering a potential short and long term replacement for David Moyes.

That is according to a report by the Daily Telegraph, which claims that Moyes is struggling to save his job after West Ham’s recent defeat to Wolves left his side in the Premier League relegation zone.

The report goes on to claim that ‘dream promises of the likes of Mauricio Pochettino and Thomas Tuchel are out of reach, with the club aware no man will accept an offer.’

It has also been claimed that options like Nuno Espirito Santo and Rafa Benitezwill be looked at as potential firefighters until the end of the season, it has been mooted’.

Everton face West Ham at the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

West Ham United manager David Moyes during the defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers

Everton ‘in Zapata talks’
Everton are reportedly in talks to sign Atalanta forward Duvan Zapata.

That’s according to the Sunday people, who report that the Blues are in talks to sign the forward on loan with an option to buy for £15m in the summer.

A hamstring problem has limited Zapata’s appearances this season, the report claims. The forward was linked with a move to West Ham United over the summer.

Duvan Zapat celebrates his second goal during the UEFA Champions League Group D preliminary match between Atalanta BC and Ajax Amsterdam at Gewiss Stadium on October 27, 2020

Everton ‘face the Ings battle’
Wolves are reportedly ready to rival Everton for Danny Ings.

That’s according to the Sunday People who report that Julen Lopetegui’s team is also in the market this month to strike reinforcements.

The report claims Villa boss Unai Emery is willing to let the 30-year-old leave permanently as he looks to get a new forward of his own this month.

Danny Ings of Aston Villa

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