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West Ham United held Everton FC to a barren draw as both sides clashed in the Premier League.

The result was more devastating for the visitors as it was yet another setback in the bid to make the top five at the end of the season.

TheHammers successfully nullified the attacks of the Toffees as Jose Fonte and James Collins were at their best in the game played at the London Stadium. Even the top scorer of the league RomeluLukakudid not have a chance to get a concrete attempt at goal.

Andy Hinchcliffe dont consider to put bid on Rooney

Andy Hinchcliffe doesn’t think that there is any need for Everton to be emotional and place a bid for one of their old boys Wayne Rooney because at this stage, he may not be the right player for them.

As per Hinchcliffe, Everton has made big strides ahead in the recent times. They have been trying to blood in new talent and form a young, energetic squad and with Ronald Koeman at the helm, they have also made it a point to adopt a style which looks good on the pitch.


Aaron Lennon is set to start for Everton when they host their Merseyside rivals Liverpool on Monday evening at Goodsion Park because his electric pace will cause problems for a much slower James Milner down the right wing.

The 29-year-old winger started in the match between Everton and Arsenal in which Everton eventually won 2-1. Although he had a poor and quiet game, he showed glimpses of what he can give to his team going forward. He gave his marker some problems on the wing but his final ball let him down at times.


Aaron Lennon has revealed that Everton players are no longer permitted to make use of their mobile phones during meal times.

The protocol has been implemented by the new Everton manager Ronald Koeman, and said to be just one of a countable number of changes the new coach has made since his arrival at the club in the summer.

The Dutchman has ensured players lose weight, adopt faster time-saving and work harder in training sessions as well as restricting the usage of their mobile phones during meal.
“Ronald Koeman is really good,” The 29-year old Lennon told Match Magazine, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo.