Sam Allardyce: 'Morgan Schneiderlin has improved a lot'

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THEO WALCOTT gave Everton and manager Sam Allardyce a much-needed lift with a second-half victor against in-form Newcastle at Goodison Park last night.

"The difference is you have players with experience in the Premier League", Benitez said of Everton.

Newcastle are virtually assured of survival and manager Rafael Benitez said they could have gained more from the game with a little extra finesse.

Moments later Kenedy chased down Jordan Pickford and deflected the ball into the path of Ayoze Perez, but the Spaniard failed to capitalise as his ball to Slimani was over-hit and found its way back to the Everton goalkeeper.

"If you're not playing so well, they will show their disapproval".

"That diving header from Seamus was unbelievable". We didn't take our chances.

"Coleman was equally gushing in his compliments for Walcott when he spoke to The Everton Show last month: "Theo's an exciting player, he's very fast and gives defenders a lot to think about", Coleman told The Everton Show", stated the Irishman.

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Moments later, Everton went in front when Yannick Bolasie whipped in a deep cross from the right, and former Arsenal winger Walcott brought the ball down before taking his time to fire home the victor and lift Everton to 45 points from 35 games. There was only going to be one victor'.

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"To be here, to play against this team, and to expect we have to beat them easily, is not right".

"What was wrong with our style today?" replied the former England manager on Sky Sports.

'[We've] completely dominated the game and out-passed the opposition in the opposition's half.

Allardyce continued: "You can knock some of our passing that goes astray but, in all fairness, you can't really blame me for that, can you?" I don't pass the ball'.

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