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Kean On Ancelotti Influence

Teenage striker ready to learn from decorated countryman.

Moise Kean says he will “learn so much” from new Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti – and is aiming to show why the Blues moved to bring him to Goodison Park last summer.

Striker Kean has featured in all three games of Ancelotti’s embryonic reign, his third Premier League start at Newcastle United on Saturday sandwiched by outings from the bench against Burnley and Manchester City.

Everton were beaten 2-1 at City on New Year’s Day after both Ancelotti’s first two games in charge ended in victory.

Ancelotti was working in Serie A with Napoli last season and watched former Juventus player and three-cap Italy international Kean at close quarters.

Equally, Kean knows all about compatriot Ancelotti’s pedigree as a three-times Champions League winning boss who has refined the games of a host of world stars.

“He is a very, very good coach,” Kean told evertontv.

“I can learn so much with him.

“We have played well [under Ancelotti], played good football and enjoyed being with the ball.

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02:01 Wed 01 Jan 2020

ANCELOTTI ON PROMISING SIGNS FROM CITY CLASH

Boss speaks after 2-1 defeat at Etihad Stadium.


“[He is asking me] just to enjoy what I am doing and work hard and be professional.

“For him that is very important.

“We speak about the team and where I can play.

“Getting the start [against Newcastle] was good.

“I am going to be ready for all the matches to show the coach why I am here.”

Kean appeared as a substitute in the three matches immediately preceding Ancelotti’s arrival.

He lasted only 18 minutes before being replaced in a 1-1 draw at Manchester United but three days later came on for the second half to help Everton recover a two-goal deficit in their Carabao Cup quarter-final tie with Leicester City.

Kean played the closing 10 minutes of the 0-0 Goodison draw with Arsenal – caretaker manager Duncan Ferguson’s final match in charge – and was introduced three minutes before Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s decisive strike against Burnley on Boxing Day.

After starting the 2-1 win at Newcastle, he stoked an Everton revival against City.

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02:00 Wed 01 Jan 2020

HIGHLIGHTS: MAN CITY 2-1 EVERTON

Richarlison on target but Toffees edged out.


Kean had a hand in the goal for Richarlison which cut the hosts’ two-goal advantage in half and was narrowly off target with an acrobatic volleyed effort as Everton, ultimately fruitlessly, pursed an equaliser.

Ancelotti next takes his side to Liverpool for an FA Cup third round tie on Sunday.

“We played well against a good team [City] and tried to do our best,” added Kean, who won Serie A with Juventus last term and switched to Everton ahead of this campaign.

“Manchester City played well and we take more experience from playing against a team like this.

“Day by day and match by match, we grow.

“It will be a good match at Liverpool.

“We are excited about the game and it is always good to play a derby.

“Now we are thinking about Liverpool and we’ll be ready for this match.

“We are all together and will always try to do our best.

“I have kept my head up and worked hard.

“When I come onto the pitch I try to do my best and be ready. Always.”

02:56 Thu 02 Jan 2020

Kean On Ancelotti Influence

Moise Kean says he will “learn so much” from new Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti – and is aiming to show why the Blues moved to bring him to Goodison Park last summer.

Striker Kean has featured in all three games of Ancelotti’s embryonic reign, his third Premier League start at Newcastle United on Saturday sandwiched by outings from the bench against Burnley and Manchester City.

Everton were beaten 2-1 at City on New Year’s Day after both Ancelotti’s first two games in charge ended in victory.

Ancelotti was working in Serie A with Napoli last season and watched former Juventus player and three-cap Italy international Kean at close quarters.

Equally, Kean knows all about compatriot Ancelotti’s pedigree as a three-times Champions League winning boss who has refined the games of a host of world stars.

“He is a very, very good coach,” Kean told evertontv.

“I can learn so much with him.

“We have played well [under Ancelotti], played good football and enjoyed being with the ball.

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02:01 Wed 01 Jan 2020

ANCELOTTI ON PROMISING SIGNS FROM CITY CLASH

Boss speaks after 2-1 defeat at Etihad Stadium.


“[He is asking me] just to enjoy what I am doing and work hard and be professional.

“For him that is very important.

“We speak about the team and where I can play.

“Getting the start [against Newcastle] was good.

“I am going to be ready for all the matches to show the coach why I am here.”

Kean appeared as a substitute in the three matches immediately preceding Ancelotti’s arrival.

He lasted only 18 minutes before being replaced in a 1-1 draw at Manchester United but three days later came on for the second half to help Everton recover a two-goal deficit in their Carabao Cup quarter-final tie with Leicester City.

Kean played the closing 10 minutes of the 0-0 Goodison draw with Arsenal – caretaker manager Duncan Ferguson’s final match in charge – and was introduced three minutes before Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s decisive strike against Burnley on Boxing Day.

After starting the 2-1 win at Newcastle, he stoked an Everton revival against City.

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02:00 Wed 01 Jan 2020

HIGHLIGHTS: MAN CITY 2-1 EVERTON

Richarlison on target but Toffees edged out.


Kean had a hand in the goal for Richarlison which cut the hosts’ two-goal advantage in half and was narrowly off target with an acrobatic volleyed effort as Everton, ultimately fruitlessly, pursed an equaliser.

Ancelotti next takes his side to Liverpool for an FA Cup third round tie on Sunday.

“We played well against a good team [City] and tried to do our best,” added Kean, who won Serie A with Juventus last term and switched to Everton ahead of this campaign.

“Manchester City played well and we take more experience from playing against a team like this.

“Day by day and match by match, we grow.

“It will be a good match at Liverpool.

“We are excited about the game and it is always good to play a derby.

“Now we are thinking about Liverpool and we’ll be ready for this match.

“We are all together and will always try to do our best.

“I have kept my head up and worked hard.

“When I come onto the pitch I try to do my best and be ready. Always.”