Walcott Ends Goal Drought As Everton Edge Out Newcastle

Lynette Rowe
April 24, 2018

"Theo's come up with his third goal since he arrived and it was the victor".

It was Walcott's first goal since January as the Goodison Park hosts moved up to eighth in the Premier League.

Allardyce has been under fire for Everton's dour style of play since he was hired in November and fans called for his dismissal following a draw at struggling Swansea City in their previous match.

The victory also served to improve the Toffees' recent dominance over Newcastle, a side they have now beaten in five successive league meetings, and ended the visitors' impressive run of four straight wins in the process. His effort found Phil Jagielka, but he could only put his stretching volley over the crossbar from close range. We've moved on, I've got no gripes against who did it, it's gone, let's not let it happen again, let's move forward.

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"We think the little robot could be a massive boon for children with complex needs, whose conditions mean that they cannot be everywhere they want to be in person", said Dyer.

Some fans have criticised Everton's performances under Allardyce, but the ex-Newcastle boss felt his side played well against his former team. We found it very hard to break them down because they had all 10players behind the ball in their own half and you have to be patient. You can knock some of our passing that went astray, but you can't knock me for that.

"We are thrilled to have had the chance to do this for Jack and we hope it has provided him with a memory he will always treasure", said Scott McLeod, Head of Engagement at Everton Football Club. "We completely dominated the game", Allardyce said on Sky Sports. I'm working with a squad of players that I've inherited and all the staff behind the scenes are striving to make them better. The final pass is the difference, especially in the Premier League.

Benitez's main task this season has been to keep Newcastle in the Premier League and with 41 points on the board, the Magpies are assured of their spot next season as the manager looks towards the next game against West Brom.

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