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Donny van de Beek suffers another injury blow as midfielder is ruled out for Everton

Donny van de Beek’s loan at Everton isn’t according to plan and his season has taken another turn for the worse ahead of Everton’s showdown with Leicester this weekend. Van de Beek failed to start a single game in the Premier League this season and was eventually shipped out to Frank Lampard’s Everton in January, where he became a mainstay in the Englishman’s first-choice line-up.
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Yerry Mina and Donny Van De Beek return for Everton’s game with Leicester

Everton have Yerry Mina and Donny Van De Beek back available for Wednesday’s Premier League clash with Leicester at Goodison Park. Defender Mina is fit after missing out since early February due to a quadriceps injury, while on-loan midfielder Van De Beek can be called upon again following a minor thigh issue and being ineligible for the 1-0 win over his parent club Manchester United last time out.
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Full debutant Donny Van De Beek praised for key role as Everton ease past Leeds

Everton boss Frank Lampard was full of praise for Donny Van De Beek after the midfielder shone on his first start in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Leeds Manchester United loanee Van De Beek’s impressive full debut included having a key role in the opening goal headed in by Seamus Coleman in the 10th minute.Lampard said of the performance produced by the Holland international, who played alongside Allan in a 4-4-2 formation: “I sort of expected that, because I knew Donny as a player from the outside, brought him here because of his talents in terms of he can play, his...
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Ralf Rangnick explains why Donny van de Beek did not play at Manchester United

Donny van de Beek's lack of playing time at Manchester United was due to having too much competition for a place in midfield, according to interim manager Ralf Rangnick.Van de Beek joined Everton on loan on the final day of the January transfer window having failed to start a Premier League game during his time at Old Trafford this season, under either Rangnick or his predecessor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.The Netherlands international made appearances in five of Rangnick's 10 games in charge since taking over in early December, but only started the Champions League dead rubber against Young Boys.Rangnick said that...
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