Allardyce said he was delighted with the defender's return but suggested that he might be rested at the weekend when Everton are due to head to Arsenal, a prospect that Coleman says he accepts, however reluctantly. "I've never seen anybody come back from 10 months out and perform for 90 minutes", Allardyce said of the 29-year-old full-back this morning.
"I am thrilled to have the opportunity to play for Everton and I can not wait to pull on the royal blue jersey for the first time and give my all for the supporters", Mangala said. "They had a very strong record when they came here and the challenge will be identical", he told the club's official website. "We just have to make sure we can keep him fit and in the team every week". The performance wasn't always comfortable but most of the time we were.
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"We have to have an assessment this morning on when do we play him again".
Walcott scored his first goals for the club to help secure the points, but also showed signs of forming a promising partnership with Coleman on the right wing.
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And a good thing too, as Everton boss Sam Allardyce is supremely confident they will be able to abuse their hosts' defensive frailties and get a result at the Emirates. There's every reason why their short run of invincibility could stretch beyond five games, going by the opponents they are up against today and on Saturday (Swansea City at home).
Now eight points from fourth-placed Chelsea, it's imperative that the Gunners improve their consistency, starting on Saturday in a match where Wenger's side will come up against a familiar face in the shape of Theo Walcott.
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Everton winger Theo Walcott has hit the ground running with a first-half brace which put the Toffees two goals ahead at Goodison Park on Wednesday night in a performance that had supporters literally singing.
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