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Starlet Patterson watches from the bench again as Everton crash to defeat at Norwich

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Nathan Patterson has slotted straight into the Everton squad in his favoured Ibrox position- watching from the bench. 

The Murray Park starlet was listed as a substitute today as Rafa Benitez’s side lost 2-1 away to Norwich with one Everton fan getting onto the pitch but stopped by stewards as he tried to ‘raise a point’ with the former Liverpool boss. 

After watching Jonjoe Kenny at right-back last week Patterson got the chance to see Seamus Coleman in his position as Everton’s miserable run extended to one EPL victory in 12 matches. 

Norwich, who included Grant Hanley and Teemu Pukki in their starting XI found them 2-0 in front after just 20 minutes thanks to a Michael Keane own gal quickly followed by a strike from Adam Idah. 

Half-time substitute Richarlison pulled a goal back on the hour mark but with 19 points from 19 matches Patterson finds himself at a club locked in a relegation battle with Norwich just six points behind after their third win of the season lifted them above Newcastle and Burnley into third bottom place. 

Next Saturday Patterson will be reunited with Steven Gerrard as they sit on opposite benches watching Everton slug it out at home to Aston Villa. 

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2 comments

  • KC67 says:

    Rafa and Mourinho are both finished at the top level. Both would have the cheek to turn their noses up if they were ever offered the chance to manage Celtic.

    Whoever paid over 2 million for Patterson deserve all that’s coming to them. Championship for you Rafa.

  • Kyogos Dream Team says:

    Everton reporting fee between 1.8 & £3M that’s why he’s oan the bench! The FILTHS £12M wae add ons is as believable as their 55 Titles in 9 Yrs lol!

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