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Richarlison joins Tottenham but Everton fans still hail Brazilian a hero

Tottenham are on the verge of signing Richarlison after agreeing a £50million (plus add-ons) deal with Everton.With personal terms agreed and medical tests a formality, the Brazilian is about to become Antonio Conte's fourth summer signing, following Yves Bissouma, Ivan Perisic and Fraser Forster through the door at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.It comes as a blow for Frank Lampard and Everton, who were keen to keep hold of Richarlison, whose goals played a major part in helping the club stave off relegation last season. But most Toffees fans don't appear to be holding anything against the 25-year-old forward, with many on social media hailing him an Everton hero.READ MORE: Richarlison set for Tottenham medical after Spurs agree £50m transfer fee with Everton"Fair play to Richarlison I wish him all the best, modern day cult hero," one Everton fan tweeted."You promised you were gonna keep us up and you did.
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Jamie Redknapp's love life - 25 second divorce, 'devastated' Louise and Maya Jama link
Jamie Redknapp played football for England from 1989 to 2006 and has enjoyed an extensive career within the sport, having played for AFC Bournemouth, Southampton, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.The sports star played more than 237 games whilst at Liverpool and has a huge background in football, being the son of football manager Harry Redknapp, the cousin of Frank Lampard and the nephew of Frank Lampard Sr.Despite his successes on the field, Jamie’s love life has had its ups and downs throughout the years.READ MORE: Jamie Redknapp teases secret project with dad Harry as they match on Father's DayHe married Eternal singer Louise Nurding, in 1998 and the pair had two boys together but unfortunately split in 2017 after almost two decades together.Continue reading to find out more about Jamie’s dating history.Louise’s career began in 1992 aged just 15 after she was scouted in a club by a music producer who was forming girl group Eternal.She introduced him to Kelle Bryan, who she had met at 11-years-old and went on to sing in the band together with the current Loose Women star.Whilst they were on tour with Take That, Louise was introduced to Jamie by Robbie Williams.Their relationship grew but Jamie reportedly wanted to take things slow, so the couple went steady for a while.They eventually married at a private ceremony in 1998 after Jamie proposed to the singer in Bermuda, which was set to be their wedding venue just a week later.She gave birth to their first child Charley in 2004 which led her to take a step back from her singing career and welcomed Beau in 2008.Back in 2015 she told The Express that she would like to have a daughter as her family is “a boys club” so she “can feel a bit left out”.However, this wasn’t meant
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Chelsea legend Ashley Cole buys £20K security dog after horror knifepoint robbery
Arsenal, Chelsea and England defender, who is currently coaching at Everton alongside former team-mate Frank Lampard, told Nottingham Crown Court earlier this year of how the 2020 break-in left him certain he was going to die. Sharon, who shares a son and a daughter with the iconic ex-left-back, posted an Instagram story to her 5,500 followers this week that showed a German Shepherd in protection training accompanied by a devil emoji and the caption: "My baby went to school today." That upload included the Instagram handle of her partner and the original post, which was shared by Elite Protection Dogs from their official page.The company’s website, which shows prices starting from £20,000, says: "All our puppies come from military and police backgrounds with generations of experience."Cole, 41, and his Italian model partner have led a quiet personal life since their meeting around the year of 2014, which is believed to have taken place during his spell with AS Roma.Their relationship was thrust into the limelight two years ago after news of a robbery at their home became public, and again when footage of his conversation with police was shown in court.Cole said at least four men broke into his Surrey home in January 2020, with Kurtis Dilks, 34, later charged with being part of the gang who allegedly smashed their way into the home with a sledgehammer and threatened to cut the former defender's fingers off.Dilks denies robbing the couple and the trial continues.Cole said at the time: "I was on my knees, waiting to either be killed...
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Patrick Vieira 'lashes out' at Everton fan as Toffees pitch invade in unsavoury scenes
Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira scuffling with a group of Everton supporters following the Toffees' 3-2 victory at Goodison Park on Thursday night.The Frenchman was walking across the pitch after the game before being mobbed by a number of manic fans, who had invaded the pitch to celebrate Everton securing their Premier League survival.Vieira reacts when one man appears to tap him on the head, and is seen lashing out at the fan and trying to trip him up as he backs away, and soon after, a handful of others fans swarm in and start shoving the Palace boss.Eventually, Vieira backs away and heads for the tunnel again, but he can count his lucky stars things didn't get too out of hand."Everton need docking points for that," one fan wrote in response to the footage."Not exactly the kind of manager you want to be messing with, those fans got off lightly," wrote another.It comes just two days after Sheffield United star Billy Sharp was headbutted in the face by a Nottingham Forest supporter during a pitch invasion at the City Ground following the Championship play-off semi-final between the two sides. Should more be done to prevent pitch invasions? Let us know what you think in the comments section belowThe unsavoury scenes marred what is sure to be an unforgettable night for Everton fans after they secured Premier League survival in dramatic fashion by coming back from two goals down to win 3-2.Goals from Jean-Phillipe Mateta and Jordan Ayew had given Palace a commanding lead heading into the break, but Frank Lampard's side came out all guns blazing in the second half to turn the game around.Michael Keane grabbed the home side's first of the afternoon before Richarlison equalised with 15 minutes to play.
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Everton fans force Liverpool supporter to remove flag just yards from Goodison Park
Everton supporters forced a cheeky Liverpool fan to remove a flag from their window just yards from Goodison Park ahead of their crunch relegation clash against Brentford on Sunday.Reds and Blues fans might share neighbourhoods across Merseyside, but even the most brainless among them couldn't have seen this ending well.As scores of hopeful Toffees supporters made their way to the ground they noticed a flag in the window of a house with the caption: 'Liverpool marching on Wembley Way' - which had presumably been pinned up for the FA Cup final the day before.Purposefully antagonistic or not, fans began banging on the window demanding that the Liverpool fan inside take it down.After a brief verbal scuffle, the flag came down, much to the amusement of the baying Blues fans who were busy flipping the bird and shouting obscenities."Don’t know how this local thought hanging a Liverpool flag one block from Goodison on Everton’s biggest match of the year was a good idea but after groups of toffees have banged on her window she’s been forced to take it down," one Everton fan wrote in a since-deleted tweet.What's more likely, Everton getting relegated or Liverpool winning the quadruple? Let us know what you reckon in the comments section.Frank Lampard's started brightly against Brentford, looking for a win that would all but secure their Premier League survival, and were duly rewarded when Dominic Calvert-Lewin bungled the ball home after just 10 minutes - but momentum shifted drastically shortly after when Jarrad Branthwaite got himself sent off for tripping Ivan Toney who was through on goal.The visitors equalised via a Seamus Coleman own-goal, but despite being under the cosh, Everton re-took the lead right on half-time through
Frank James Lampard OBE (born 20 June 1978) is an English professional football manager and former player who is the head coach of Premier League club Chelsea. As a player, he is widely considered to have been one of the greatest midfielders of his generation
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