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So shocking: Newcastle United has made another pronnouncement for Everton’s £60 million star.

 

 

It was surprising to witness such a titan of the English game—one of the pioneers of English premier football—get penalized ten points, especially considering the severity of the punishment in relation to the offense.

 

A minor gripe about the punitive ruling is that there was a tiny £19 million excess outside of the Premier League’s profit and sustainability guidelines. As such, protests are warranted.

 

But now, rumors are starting to spread that a number of competitors may be waiting to take advantage of the turmoil around Goodison Park to lure away the star players—who are arguably too excellent to stay attached to a team fighting for relegation.

 

Dominic Calvert-Lewin is one such player who Newcastle United may like to sign, according to TeamTalk.

 

 

It appears the Magpies have developed a fondness for the Merseyside club, as evidenced by the fact they signed Anthony Gordon from the Toffees back in January and have expressed interest in both Madou Onana and Jarrad Branthwaite.

Nevertheless, given that Everton intends to “fight to hold on to the player,” they might be deterred by the £60 million valuation placed on the 26-year-old only last year.

 

After contributing 26 goals across all competitions the next season, he added to his 15 goals from the 2019–20 campaign to further solidify his ascent to the top.

 

But catastrophe would hit in the years that followed, bringing with it a series of unlucky illnesses that the different executives gravely mishandled. Attempts to hasten the star striker’s recuperation only made it take longer.

 

Sean Dyche’s methodical approach has been the only reason he has been able to make a genuine comeback. Everton moved up to 14th place, eight points above the drop, prior to their ten-point deduction last Friday.

 

No matter the amount, losing Calvert-Lewin would be devastating for the Toffees, as he is essential to everything well done by the team.

 

 

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Verified: Everton Women’s treasure Emily Ramsey answered a foreign phone call.

The Lionesses Twitter account has revealed that Emily Ramsey, the star player for Everton Women, has been called up to the England Under-23s squad for their upcoming international matches against France and Spain.

 

Having competed for her nation at the Under-17 and Under-19 levels, Ramsey will be looking to make her first appearance for England at this level.

 

The 23-year-old, who typically fills in for first-choice goalkeeper Courtney Brosnan, has proven she is worthy of an international call-up after making two appearances for Brian Sorensen’s team in the WSL this season.

 

Deserved Acknowledgment

Everton Women’s season has been poor thus far. After a 2-2 draw with Bristol City last time out, they currently lie third from bottom in the WSL with only five points from seven games. They have also yet to win at home this year.

 

Despite having limited playing time, Ramsey has demonstrated remarkable statistical performances, and with Brosnan’s poor play, she will be vying for a spot in the starting lineup.

 

The 23-year-old has an average save percentage of 76.8% per 90 shots, which puts her in the top 8% of players. She also scores highly in Post-Shot xG-GA, which is essentially a measure of how many goals she has conceded compared to what one would expect to concede.

 

 

Ramsey will be looking to improve from her current position and demonstrate that she can be counted on as a regular at both the club and international levels.

The most recent international call is probably going to give her even more confidence.

 

 

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