Rangers didn't spend cheaply and look what happened to them - Jeff J Mitchell
The English don't understand Black Friday, but then again neither do I... But Everton live and die by Black Friday like player moves.
Today is the day after Thanksgiving in the US, where people get up at ungodly hours and stand in long lines for an eternity to save some money. For some people it's worth it, for some people sleep is more important after eating a what a whole village should eat.
For Everton, pretty much our whole squad was bought on Black Friday like deals.
So I think Everton fans will understand and enjoy the concept of Black Friday. Not everyone can afford Louis Vitton and Gucci TV's and diamond studded shoes like Man City, Chelsea, and Man U.
On to the links:
-- An early preview.
Howard Kendall: Everton FC cannot take in-form Norwich for granted - Liverpool Echo
"Norwich will arrive at Goodison on the crest of a wave tomorrow after beating Manchester United last weekend."
Everton Focus - Moyes forced to come up with Plan B with Fellaini suspended
"Everton look back to get on a winning track when Norwich City visit Goodison Park on Saturday, but David Moyes will have to do without the team’s player of the season so far, Marouane Fellaini. Supporters will be forgiven for hoping Fellaini’s absence is not a harbinger of things to come."
Everton FC forward Steven Naismith steadily learning royal blue way - including ramifications of defeat - Liverpool Echo
"Steven Naismith admits he is still learning what it takes to be an Everton player but at least he has got one painful lesson out of the way."
Everton FC not doubting themselves says Sylvain Distin - Daily Post North Wales
"Sylvain Distin has hit back at suggestions Everton's bubble has burst after defeat to Reading last weekend."
Everton step up Forren chase | Orange UK
-- FC Copenhagen's boss declares that he won't let go of Forren cheaply.