April 13, 2024

Anthony Gordon thinks that his forthcoming match against Everton at Goodison Park will be “no different” than any other.

The 22-year-old attempted to force an exit by filing a transfer request, and during the January transfer window, he left the Blues for Newcastle United in a transaction that might have cost up to £45 million.

Gordon is set to make his second visit to Everton’s stadium on Thursday night. In April, he made his debut there as a late substitute in a 4-1 victory over Newcastle.

The English forward downplayed this head-to-head against his former employers, reflecting on the game and what it means for him personally. However, he and his teammates acknowledged that they are aware of “the environment” that awaits them on Merseyside.

Gordon said to NUFC TV, “This upcoming game is no different for me than any other.” “It’s another game I want to perform in and win the game,” he continued. We’re in a great position right now. We are aware of the setting we will be entering on Thursday. We must be prepared for the fact that it is not a secret. We want to win this game, which will undoubtedly be tough.

First-choice goalkeeper Nick Pope will be out for a while as he will be out for a considerable amount of time following his shoulder dislocation sustained during his team’s 1-0 victory over Manchester United on Saturday night.

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According to a recent report from the Telegraph, Pope may potentially miss Newcastle’s second game against Everton in April if he is sidelined for five months.

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