As Everton eye European qualification, manager counters argument that he cannot build winning teams from the bottom up

In Carlo Ancelotti’s eighth game as Everton manager he delivered something Marco Silva never achieved in 18 months – a comeback win in the Premier League. Victory in his ninth would continue the club’s managerial bounce, taking them joint sixth, a point behind Tottenham, and injecting a little more substance into the theory that another dismal season at Goodison Park could yet end in European qualification. “Nothing special,” was Ancelotti’s assessment of his work so far. “I am not a magician … until now.”

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