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Thursday’s Everton News: Pickford advances, Gaffer’s Day, Philogene saga, new stadium updates

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
It was Gaffers Day for the first team.......prepare to die! Here’s some more information on some of the physical fitness work Sean Dyche’s coaching team does.

5-Minute Race Test at @Everton - baseline to approx 50m and back- 5 minutes continuous- cover as much distance as possible - our GPS used to track their TD The players’ max aerobic speed (MAS) calculated by dividing their TD by the time (300 seconds). pic.twitter.com/d5sedpndMt — STATSports (@statsports) July 10, 2024

Jarrad Branthwaite returned after extra time off for international duty to undergo a lengthy gym workout, while the rest of the squad took to the grass for the first time as they began preparations for this summer’s pre-season schedule. [EFC]
Iliman Ndiaye finishing, Branthwaite reaction, and more - five things spotted in Everton training. [Echo] The future of Jaden Philogene is turning into one of the craziest transfer sagas of the summer, with Everton, Ipswich Town, Crystal Palace and now Aston Villa all pushing to sign him. [Team Talk]
Jordan Pickford’s England are through to the final of the European Championships – after coming from behind to beat the Netherlands on Wednesday evening with the Everton #1 making a couple of important saves in the match. [EFC]
Pickford says he was ready to “thrive off” the pressure of England’s Euros semi-final against the Netherlands. [ITV]
Andy Cole says Jarrad Branthwaite is ‘exactly what he’s worth’, and that Manchester United should pay up. [DAZN]
The latest project update for the Everton Stadium.

Josh Stephenson, the 18-year-old Millwall Academy Player of the Season for the 2023-24 campaign has been linked with a move to Everton. [London News]
Manchester City defender Issa Kabore has emerged as a transfer target for AS Roma despite rivalled interest from Everton. [City Xtra]

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