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Tosun Stars In Latest Exclusive-Filled Everton Programme

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Cenk Tosun on sacrificing his childhood dream for the greater good. 

Manager Marco Silva writing about the electrifying effect of a fully-charged Goodison Park.

Michael Keane discussing the determination among Everton’s players to consistently prove their quality.

And former Everton defender Craig Short on the day he launched his managerial career by opening his post to a death threat.

Everton’s matchday programme for Sunday’s Premier League visit of Chelsea is jammed with a host of quality exclusives.

The latest in our series of evocative cover shots features Tosun, resplendent in his finest bib and tucker, captured in front of a shimmering dockside backdrop.

In his far-reaching interview, Everton striker Tosun details his growth from the boy in Germany who slept next to his first pair of football boots, into one of Turkey’s foremost football stars.

Tosun expands on the day dad Senol received reward for carefully guiding Cenk’s development in the form of his son being serenaded by thousands of Evertonians.

Silva recalls how the intensity of Evertonians’ support drove his team through this month's Merseyside derby and fixes his sights on Chelsea, specifically Everton’s “genuine aspiration” to overcome Maurizio Sarri’s Europa League quarter-finalists this weekend.

Short joined Everton from Derby County in 1995 and had to overcome a series of self-doubts to establish himself at Goodison Park. His managerial career was, by turns, terrifying and uplifting.

Centre-back Keane, named in Gareth Southgate’s latest England squad, hails the influence of Marco Silva on his game – and outlines the value of having to fight for his place in the middle of Everton’s defence.

David Unsworth looks back on two good results and bright performances from his Under-23s. Manager Unsworth’s charges finished goalless with Arsenal on Monday, having toppled Liverpool 2-0 at Anfield in their previous game, and hold a four-point advantage over Brighton & Hove Albion at the top of Premier League 2 with three games remaining.

Under-18 goalkeeper Nico Hansen tells the fascinating story of how, at the tender age of 16, he ditched life in Miami to pursue his professional football ambitions with Everton.

Everton Ladies news comes from teenage striker Elise Hughes, who reflects on a breakthrough three months and discusses her Everton-obsessed childhood.

Jordan Pickford is the subject of our Dream Weekend  feature, the goalkeeper revealing where he’d enjoy his favourite steak and lobster dish and who he’d be dining with.

Former Chelsea centre-half Jason Cundy provides insight on this weekend’s opponents and picks out three Everton players who could potentially cause his old team a headache.

The Everton matchday programme, priced at £3.50, will be on sale around Goodison Park and at various city centre outlets.

It will also be available from the Everton One and Everton Two megastores. Click here to order online.


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