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Everton fans have been waiting a long time for their new £550million stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
However, the stadium has taken another step closer to completion and fans were treated to a behind-the-scenes look at the dressing room inside.
The target date for completion of the ground is for the 2025-26 season, so fans will still have to wait a while to see the Toffees take to their new turf.
Change is coming to football, and hopefully it doesn’t leave fans feeling blue… sorry, I couldn’t help myself.
A blue card is set to be introduced in professional football as part of sin-bin trials that could be brought into FA Cup and Women's FA Cup matches.
The trials mean the card will be the first new colour of card widely used in 50 years, but when will it come to the Premier League? Many fans will hope not for a long time.
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Manchester United’s three young stars Rasmus Hojlund, Kobbie Mainoo and Alejandro Garnacho have been a bright spark for United recently, but Erik ten Hag has warned the trio that they still have room for improvement.
All three players starred in United’s 3-0 win over West Ham on Sunday. Garnacho scored twice and Hojlund became the youngest United player ever to score in four Premier League games in a row. Mainoo’s performances of late also speak from themselves.
Read more on Ten Hag’s thoughts on their bright futures here.
Captain Son returns for Spurs after Asian Cup humbling
Meanwhile, Son Heung-Min has returned to Tottenham after South Korea were dumped out of the Asian Cup by Jordan, suffering a shock 2-0 defeat in their semi-final.
Whilst the defeat stunned South Korea fans, Spurs will be delighted to see their captain back.
The players certainly look happy!
Is Mo Salah edging closer to fitness?
Look who is back in the gym for Liverpool.
After the news of Thiago Alcantara, what a boost it will be for the Reds when Mo Salah returns.
This video is sure to make the Liverpool fans happy – maybe not their rivals though.
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Erik ten Hag press conference recap
Lots to unpick there, so what can we take from that Erik ten Hag press conference?
Here are the top headlines:
Villa too soon for Mount and Malacia
Ten Hag has revealed Sunday comes too soon for Mason Mount and Tyrell Malacia.
Mason (Mount) and Ty (Malacia) not ready.
The future is bright for the young Red Devils
Erik ten Hag has been asked about Kobbie Mainoo, Alejandro Garnacho and Rasmus Hojlund.
I think they enjoy to play together, adventure, they want to do it together. They want also to pass the ball to each other and that everyone can play to the qualities and score goals. It is brilliant they want to do it together and that is the key. Young players the future for Manchester United is quite bright with talent on board, you have to develop it.
This club wants to achieve a lot, this club wants to win trophies so very ambitious so they have to step up and bring high levels. Also against the best opposition they have to express the same threat and it is about end product.
'Every game is a final from now on'
I said to the team from the start of January every game is now a final. That was also our approach to West Ham, this is a final, we have to take this challenge and see it as a final. That will be every day now from on.
Who will replace Martinez in the side?
We have options. How to deal with that position. We have good centre halves in our squad so the others are available, Luke (Shaw) can play also there. Quite confident we can keep the process going so others can fulfil the position and also contribute playing in high levels. Those players are experienced.
Garnacho and Hojlund's rise in form
Players need time, especially young players like Rasmus (Hojlund) and Alejandro (Garnacho), they need time but also they need a team, so those effects were not there in the first half of the season.
From the start I was confident they have the potential to do what they are doing and now it is about keeping going keep moving be hungry.
'Wembley of the North ambition is good - but not my task'
'Licha is a fighter': Martinez set for a spell on the sidelines
It is a setback of course, Licha (Martinez) was returning, you see his contribution to the team when he is playing, apart from the technical skills also the mentality.
It is a big setback for Licha, he is very disappointed but he is a fighter. He will be back, stronger back and will play by the end of the season. As a a squad we have to replace him and we have players who can play there and will play there.
What is on Erik ten Hag's mind?
So, what is on the agenda for Erik ten Hag's press conference?
Manchester United travel away to Villa Park to face Aston Villa on Sunday to buil on back-to-back Premier League victories.
Will ETH update us on the extent of Lisandro Martinez's injury? When will Mason Mount be back?
We will cover it all for you here.
Will Thiago Alcantara ever play for Liverpool again?
With the news that Thiago Alcantara is set for another spell on the sidelines, the question is, will he ever pull on that famous red jersey again?
With his contract up in the summer, and his track record with injuries, I wouldn't put your money on that he will. Or am I speaking too soon?
Liverpool fans, look away now...
Thiago Alcantara is reportedly facing more time away from the pitch after sustaining a muscle injury during his five-minute cameo return against Arsenal.
The Spaniard returned to action in the Reds’ 3-1 loss at Arsenal. They were his first minutes in a Liverpool shirt in 10 months after a hip problem.
Now in to the final few months of his contract with Liverpool, will Thiago return from another setback?
Read below to find out more on the potential injury.
I think Conor Gallagher's reaction to Enzo Fernandez's free-kick is how most of us reacted too - maybe not Aston Villa Fans though.
I'm glad there were no camera's pointing at me in the office yesterday, I let out a gasp and a little noise when I saw it. An extraordinary strike.
If you want to see more of Gallagher's hilarious reaction, click the link.
Gary Neville and Roy Keane have alleged that some of the European teams that Manchester United faced under Sir Alex Ferguson were guilty of doping.
The former United stars cited Italian teams in particular. Under Ferguson, The Red Devils came up against Inter Milan, AC Milan, Juventus, Fiorentina, Roma and Lazio in Europe.
To see what they both said, read below.
Ivan Toney’s agent Jonathan Barnett has condemned the online racist abuse suffered by the Brentford striker.
Barnett has called on football authorities and social media platforms to increase their involvement with law makers to ensure perpetrators are punished.
This comes after both Brentford and the Premier League released statements also condemning the abuse.
Read more here.
Can Rasmus Hojlund continue his goalscoring form?
Rasmus Hojlund's first Premier League goal for Manchester United came against their opponents this weekend, Aston Villa, back on Boxing Day.
The Dane has netted in all of his three Premier League games since. Can he make it five from five at Villa Park on Sunday?
Seeing as Premier League chief of football Tony Scholes has admitted VAR needs to improve, we thought we'd show you which Premier League sides have suffered most.
This season there have already been a number of high-profile mistakes, notably the decision to rule out Luis Diaz's goal against Tottenham back in September for offside, despite a review showing him in fact being on.
So, who are the most affected teams? Find out here.
What is the most bizarre transfer involving a Premier League star in football history?
Following Jesse Lingard’s surprise move to FC Seoul, we want to hear your opinions on what the strangest transfer involving a Premier League star in football history was.
For me, it has to be Julien Faubert securing himself a loan move to Real Madrid after he made only eight appearances for West Ham. Funnily enough, he made even less for Los Blancos.
Let us know your opinions in the comment section.
Ever since Jurgen Klopp announced he would be leaving Liverpool at the end of the season, many names have been thrown into the mix for who could succeed him.
Xabi Alonso is the red-hot favourite at the moment, and Reds’ fans will be keeping a keen eye on how his unbeaten Bayer Leverkusen fair against Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga this weekend.
Are you interested Liverpool fans? If so, read below.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe wants a new Old Trafford to become the ‘Wembley of the North’ and as previously reported, Ratcliffe and his team have already had dialogue with Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham.
So, what should the billionaire do to transform Manchester United's ageing stadium?
Have a read here.
The Premier League have hit back at Arsenal and Liverpool over their complaints about VAR this season, after both clubs released statements earlier this campaign criticising the system.
However, Premier League chief of football Tony Scholes has admitted VAR needs to improve, acknowledging the slow speed of checks.
Read more here.
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