i miss him. i think he acted a little too hastily in moving during the january window but i understand he needed more consistent playing time before the world cup. i'm actually surprised he's still there as i assumed he would move in the summer.
This weekend's Premier League schedule (all times Central):
6:30 AM, NBCSN: West Ham United vs. Manchester United
9:00 AM, NBCSN: Manchester City vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
9:00 AM, CNBC: Huddersfield Town vs. Spurs
11:30 AM, NBCSN: Chelsea vs. Liverpool
10:00 AM, NBCSN: Cardiff City vs. Burnley
2:00 PM, NBCSN: Bournemouth vs. Crystal Palace
Everton defeat Fulham 3:0 today at Goodison Park. After a first half with good chances by both teams but no goals by either side, the Toffees finally got the scoring in order in the 2nd half with 2 goals by Gylfi Sigurdsson and another goal by Cenk Tosun who came in as a 2nd half substitute for Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Everton travels to the King Power Stadium to take on Leicester City next Saturday.
Everton won today at Leicester City 1:2. Nice to see the Toffees finally get a win away from home and be able to hold a lead on the road as well as they've had issues with that this season. Richarlison got the scoring started early with a goal in the 7th minute and Gylfi Sigurdsson scoring a beautiful winner against a 10-man side for Leicester City in the 77th minute.
Everton will next play following next week's international break on October 21st at home vs. Crystal Palace.
Every manager (in every sport) has a shelf life. Wenger's expired a long time ago. Emery has done well. As to a future managing role, it wouldn't surprise me at all if Wenger has one more flourish in his bag.