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Blues In Scotland

Players are training in Scotland on the first day of the pre-season tour.

Blues In Scotland

Everton's players have arrived in Scotland for the first tour of the 2009/10 pre-season campaign.
 
Ten first-team players have made the trip north, including Club captain Phil Neville, defenders Tony Hibbert and Leighton Baines and midfield duo Leon Osman and Marouane Fellaini.

Louis Saha, Dan Gosling and James Vaughan have also joined the party, but international stars Joleon Lescott, Tim Cahill, Steven Pienaar, Tim Howard and Jack Rodwell have been given extended breaks.

Long-term injury absentees Yakubu, Victor Anichebe, Phil Jagielka and Mikel Arteta have remained in Liverpool to focus on their rehabilitation.

Everton new boy Shkodran Mustafi has made the trip though as he aims to get used to life with the Toffees following his move from German outfit Hamburg.

>Mustafi deal completed
>Blues report back
>Pre-season on evertonTV

Though the Blues will not play a game during the four-day trip, the camp will act as preparation for Friday's friendly at Bury.

Travelling squad: Carlo Nash, John Ruddy, Iain Turner, Tony Hibbert, Leighton Baines, Phil Neville, Leon Osman, Marouane Fellaini, Louis Saha, Dan Gosling, Lukas Jutkiewicz, James Vaughan, Jose Baxter, James Wallace, Hope Akpan, Seamus Coleman, Shkodran Mustafi, Kieran Agard, Shane Duffy

evertonfc.com and evertonTV will be following the Blues every step of the way this week and throughout the pre-season.  Countdown to the Premier League kick off with us.

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clive millingtonsteve cheers for clearing that up for us i forgot about the 2 england games i am not a big follower of the national team and must of missed the artical on yobo when i was on holiday

Wednesday 8th July 17:02 Report Comment

Steve McClellandClive, it says on another article on this site that joeseph yobo has been given an extended break after being called up to the Nigeria squad. Lescott was with the England squad, whether he played or not he is entitled to a break like the rest of us!

Wednesday 8th July 03:07 Report Comment

clive millingtongood question mark why no lescott as far as i know hes not played and also like hugh said where has yobo gone ?

Tuesday 7th July 20:02 Report Comment

Nick Mortarteta will be back in september, but looking forward to seeing this mustafi,i personally can't see lescott being at Everton when the season starts.

Tuesday 7th July 19:47 Report Comment

mark bradburyWhy no Lescott? he`s not been playing internationals over the summer has he?

Tuesday 7th July 18:02 Report Comment

John HauWelcome back boys! One things for sure it's hard to have a even worst start than last season, so it could only be better! With the right addition, we know you guys could finish in the Top 4.

Tuesday 7th July 16:27 Report Comment

Hugh DanielsInteresting - Joe Yobo not mentionned anywhere here????

Tuesday 7th July 14:11 Report Comment

Will Arteta be ready for Arsenal?

Tuesday 7th July 13:51 Report Comment

Charlie Sharplesgot a good feeling sbout next season coyb

Tuesday 7th July 12:20 Report Comment
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