Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti is expected to chop and change his Toffees squad once the transfer market opens.
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by: Harry Diamond — The Football Faithful 13 Jul
Seamus Coleman has blasted Everton's 'shocking' display at Wolves and says the players 'can't keep hiding behind managers' following their poor performances.
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