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Ancelotti puts Everton back in title conversation - media reaction

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Everton remain title outsiders but Ancelotti has put them back in the conversation It is 34 years since Everton last won the league title and while they remain outsiders this season, Carlo Ancelotti has put this grand old club firmly back in the conversation again.

Everton moved back up into the Premier League’s top four with a 2-1 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers.



It was a particularly satisfying victory for Carlo Ancelotti’s side who were without a recognised striker in their starting line-up but goals from Alex Iwobi and Michael Keane secured a big three points at Molineux.



Carlo Ancelotti took great satisfaction from this victory.

Carlo Ancelotti was weeks away from the sack at Chelsea, nearly 10 years ago, when Everton last secured three points at Molineux.

Michael Keane's late header took Ancelotti's side within a point of city rivals Liverpool and with the Reds taking on new leaders Manchester United this weekend, Everton could make further strides if their weekend game at Covid-hit Aston Villa goes ahead.

But Keane's far post header secured victory, although Neves hit the woodwork with a late free-kick, to leave Carlo Ancelotti's side back in the European picture.
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