Everton new boy Cenk Tosun is the cover star of January’s edition of the Everton
The Turkey striker became Sam Allardyce’s first signing as Blues boss after he completed a move from Besiktas, and he speaks extensively on why he was so keen to move to the Toffees, and his confidence that he can replicate his scoring prowess here in England.
Joining Tosun in the issue is Michael Keane. The Three Lions defender has had a lively start to his Everton career but insists he made the right choice swapping Burnley for the Blues back in the summer.
Fellow defender Ramiro Funes Mori has watched the likes of Yannick Bolasie and James McCarthy make their returns from long-term injury and he tells the Everton magazine that he intends to follow suit – and has one eye on the World Cup in Russia over the summer.
There is the usual coverage of the Under-23s, Under-18s and Ladies, with David Henen and Michael Collins discussing first-team ambitions, and Blue Girls midfielder Olivia Chance revealing her childhood dream to compete on the biggest sporting stage of them all – the Olympic Games.
Mike Walker looks back on his turbulent 10 months at the Everton helm, former Toffees and England keeper Rachel Brown-Finnis hails the impact of summer signing Jordan Pickford, and Joe Parkinson opens up over the knee injury that curtailed his playing career.
And if that wasn’t enough, Andy Johnson explains why Dominic Calvert-Lewin has caught his eye, we meet new backroom staff Dr Ryland Morgans and Martyn Margetson, and John Motson tells of his affinity with Everton.
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