Defender Seamus Coleman believes Everton need to be winning at places like Chelsea if the team is to take the next step under Marco Silva.They have won just five games in 62 matches against the top six in the last 10 years and the Toffees’ stand-in captain in the absence of Phil Jagielka believes that … (Date:11/09/2018 22:48) Read full article >>

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Silva: Silva is a common surname in the Portuguese language, namely in Portugal and Brazil. It is also widespread in regions of the former Portuguese Empire in America, Africa and Asia, including India and Sri Lanka. Movement of people has led to the name being used in many places Da Silva is the fifth mo