Good evening, Everton fans. Here are the evening news headlines for Saturday, September 19.

Pelic: Rodriguez was waiting for Gibbs to react

West Bromwich Albion coach Slavin Bilic says Everton star James Rodriguez He knew what would happen when he went to the ground after being shoved in the face by Kiran Gibbs, which witnessed the latter’s expulsion.

Everton managed to win 5-2 at Goodison Park, thanks to Gibbs’ sending off before the break.

Bilic was also sent off the stands after protesting with officials, and claimed after the match that Gibbs’ red card could have been avoided.

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“First and foremost, we just have to blame ourselves, and we can’t do it at any level in football.” He said .

James Rodriguez cut it and stayed afloat and then (Gibbs) responded on that basis. The referee gave him no other choice but to give him a red card.

“ But if he’s clever, clever, and if he can get off when Rodriguez filmed him, I don’t think he’s reacting.

“It would definitely be a yellow card for Rodriguez and definitely not a yellow card for Gibbs.

“He didn’t come down and interact with his hand. If you do, especially with a player waiting for that, then that means he’s straight red and we can’t complain.”

Evaluation of Everton players after the victory of West Bromwich Albion

Rodriguez W. Dominic Calvert Lewin They were the top performers in Everton’s big win over West Bromwich Albion.

The latter scored a hat-trick, while the new Rodriguez impressed him again, opening his club account and creating chances all the time.

There have also been eye-catching displays from the likes of right Now And Lucas Denny Carlo Ancelotti’s team continued their impressive start to the season.

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Here we have evaluated all players A dominant afternoon at Goodison Park.

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Barry felt “unwanted” at Everton in the final season

Gareth Barry He revealed that he did not feel “wanted” in his final season at Everton after four years at the club.

The midfielder left Toffees for West Brom in 2017 after establishing himself as a celebrity in the club.

Barry admitted that he had intended to stay at Everton for more than four years.

“It was so weird, I haven’t really talked about it” Barry told ECHO .

“I kept seeing my name linked to the other teams and participating in upcoming player deals and I just felt like I didn’t want much.

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“ Now Ronald came out and said he was desperate to keep me, so I’m not sure if it was him or the hierarchy above him that feels like my time is over.

“As I did, in all my clubs except Villa – but like at Man City when I joined Everton – once I felt unwanted, I looked forward to going and playing elsewhere. I wanted to continue playing football with the first team.

“I was not desperate to leave the club, to be honest. I always supported myself and even that year I saw myself playing matches.

“But I felt, for some reason, the club didn’t want me much and it was the right time to go. It was a tough move, and I definitely wouldn’t have considered a fifth year at Everton.”

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