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Everton 2017/18 Home kit Small

Everton 2017/18 Home kit Small

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Condition: ★★★★★ 

This kit is in brand new condition. It was manufatured by Umbro and it's a size Small.

During the 2017/18 season, Everton Football Club had a mixed performance in various competitions. Here's a summary of their performance in the major competitions:

  1. Premier League: Everton finished 8th in the Premier League in the 2017/18 season with 49 points. They won 13 matches, drew 10, and lost 15.

  2. FA Cup: Everton had a decent run in the FA Cup but were knocked out in the 3rd round by Liverpool after a 2-1 loss.

  3. EFL Cup (Carabao Cup): The team reached the 4th round of the EFL Cup before being eliminated by Chelsea.

  4. UEFA Europa League: Everton had a disappointing performance in the UEFA Europa League. They finished bottom of their group and failed to progress to the knockout stages.

Overall, it was a somewhat underwhelming season for Everton as they couldn't match the high expectations of their fans in all competitions.

During the 2017/18 season, Everton had several notable players in their squad. Some of the key players during that season included:

  1. Wayne Rooney: The veteran English forward returned to Everton from Manchester United and was a significant presence in the squad.

  2. Gylfi Sigurðsson: The Icelandic midfielder was a key creative force in the team, known for his playmaking abilities and set-piece expertise.

  3. Jordan Pickford: The young English goalkeeper had an impressive season and was known for his shot-stopping abilities. He was also the first-choice goalkeeper for the England national team in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

  4. Theo Walcott: The speedy English winger joined Everton from Arsenal during the January transfer window and added pace to the team's attack.

  5. Idrissa Gueye: The Senegalese midfielder was known for his ball-winning and defensive skills in the midfield.

  6. Leighton Baines: The experienced left-back was a stalwart in Everton's defense and a long-serving player at the club.

  7. Phil Jagielka: The club captain at the time, Jagielka was an important figure in Everton's defense and provided leadership on the field.

  8. Morgan Schneiderlin: The French midfielder was known for his ability to control the midfield and break up opposition attacks.

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