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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Burnley 14 12 12 54
8 Everton 13 10 15 49
9 Leicester 12 11 15 47
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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Hirving Lozano focused on World Cup amid PSV to Everton rumours

After Mexico's preliminary World Cup roster was announced, Herc Gomez talks about which players he wouldn't take to Russia.

Hirving Lozano said he is solely focused on his role with Mexico at the 2018 World Cup amid links with a move from PSV Eindhoven to Everton.

Mexico winger Lozano, 22, is one of the young players to watch in Russia 2018 and a potential transfer from club side PSV has been rumored, but he maintains that his immediate objective is to focus on the World Cup with El Tri.

The move of Marcel Brands from PSV to become Everton sporting director has sparked some talk that 22-year-old Lozano could be a transfer...

Everton are making positive changes but it's vital they get the right people in

The FC panel pore over the next manager odds for West Ham and Everton.
Mark Ogden discusses David Moyes' departure from West Ham and Sam Allardyce's sacking at Everton.

Everton sacked their third manager in two years on Wednesday as the club released a statement confirming the inevitable departure of Sam Allardyce. It has been a case of "out with the old and in with the new" this week, with Everton starting their latest rebuild in earnest amid a flurry of behind-the-scenes activity. Everton are not noted for their decisiveness (not always a bad thing) but there has been a refreshing purpose and transparency attached to the clean-up operation taking place since...

 By Nick Miller

Sam Allardyce, David Moyes served their purpose but ultimately long-term ambition won out

Mark Ogden discusses David Moyes' departure from West Ham and Sam Allardyce's sacking at Everton.
The FC panel pore over the next manager odds for West Ham and Everton.

Sam Allardyce and David Moyes can consider themselves reasonably unlucky to be out of a job this week. Reports indicate that Moyes simply lost patience with a club that showed little indication they wanted him after he did the job he was hired to do, while Allardyce's Jupiter-sized ego rarely allows him to contemplate the notion that any adverse outcomes are his fault.

Both clubs could have made solid cases had they wanted to keep their men. Allardyce tightened Everton's defence and got them to...