EVANS SUBBED ON DURING WIMBLEDON DRAW

Sunderland skipper Corry Evans was left on the bench by new manager Alex Neil for the away game against 10-man AFC Wimbledon in League One when the two teams faced off against each other last weekend. Corry Evans was introduced into the game just past the hour mark and he still managed to collect a yellow card as the two teams settled for a 1-1 draw.

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Hosts AFC Wimbledon took the lead in the 20th minute through English midfielder Luke McCormick. Via a spot kick. Sunderland took 15 minutes to find the equaliser to ensure that the two teams went into the break on level terms. Ex-Huddersfield Town playmaker Alex Pritchard was responsible for the goal scored by the Black Cats with ten first half minutes left on the clock. The strike from Pritchard made it two goals in two league games for the midfielder.
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EVANS, OTHERS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE

Sunderland manager Lee Johnson has stayed that Corry Evans and two others are well ahead of schedule as they close in on returning to full fitness. In his latest update on the injury victims in his team, the Sunderland boss said that Denver Hume, Corry Evans and Dennis Cirkin are all nearing full fitness after their recent spell on the sidelines. According to him, all the three players were involved in a light training session at the Academy of Light on Wednesday morning thus providing the Black Cats with a big boost ahead of the festive period fixtures.

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The Black Cats are back in form after their  recent poor form but injuries continue to affect the Lee Johnson-led team negatively and the latest update on club skipper Corry Evans, Denver Hume and Dennis Cirkin is a big boost. They are already missing the services of players such as Lynden Gooch, Aiden McGeady and Niall Huggins due to respective injuries.
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EVANS TIPS RONALDO FOR PREMIER LEAGUE GOLDEN BOOT

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With Cristiano Ronaldo set to make his second debut for Manchester United on Saturday afternoon against Newcastle United at Old Trafford, he has been tipped to end the season as the league’s top scorer. Ronaldo has already missed three league games for United because he was still at Juventus during that period but according to former Premier League player Corry Evans, that cannot stop him from not being among the goals every week. Manchester United confirmed that they agreed a deal with Italian Serie A giants Juventus for the transfer of the Portugal international superstar and it is still the talk of not o ly the country but the whole world.

Ronaldo finished last season as the top scorer in the Italian Serie A and Romelu Lukaku came second after a blistering campaign for eventual title winners Inter Milan. The two players have now switched leagues in their careers and are now both in the Premier League, meaning that there are two more players who will be challenging for the Premier League golden boot at the end of the season. Read more »

EVANS LINKED WITH TWO CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

Northern Ireland international Corry Evans is a free agent after his contract with English Championship giants Blackburn Rovers ran out at the end of last month. Corry Evans is without a club meaning that he’s free to sign for any club. The Northern Ireland midfielder has been linked with two English Championship clubs namely Stoke City and Welsh club Cardiff City in this summer’s transfer window.

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Football Insider confirmed the interest of both Stoke City and Cardiff City in Corry Evans. He has been a target for the Potters since Michael O’Neill became their manager almost two years ago. Evans was a regular in the Northern Ireland starting XI while O’Neill was in charge of the team for several years. The midfielder has been linked with a move to Stoke City since the start of the winter transfer window last year.
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EVANS MISSES OUT ON NI GAMES

Blackburn Rovers midfielder Corry Evans was recently left out of the Northern Ireland (NI) squad for the international friendlies against Malta and Ukraine. He was one of the major absentees after manager Ian Baraclough named the squad for the two friendly games.

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Corry Evans missed the two matches alongside brother Jonny Evans who was left out of the Northern Ireland squad because of injury. The Leicester City centre back missed the last three league matches of the recently concluded Premier League season as his club narrowly missed out on Champions League football.
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EVANS YET TO FEATURE SINCE INTERNATIONALS

Northern Ireland midfielder Corry Evans is yet to feature for Blackburn Rovers since he returned from the international break. He was part of the recent Northern Ireland squad for the World Cup 2022 qualifiers played last month in the UEFA section.

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Corry Evans featured for his country in the qualifier against Italy in Group C and in the international friendly defeat at the hands of the United States of America.
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Corry Evans Hopes His Ill-luck Days Are Behind Him For Good 

 While the whole world was experiencing a difficult 2020, football players were not left out of the picture. Some players endured some hard moments, while some had to suffer even worse difficulties. One of those players is Corry Evans. The Blackburn Rovers player was on the entirely wrong side of a bad year and endured several other personal issues that have played a huge part in affecting his season.


The 30-year-old has now admitted that he would really love to have an injury-free season as he hopes to bounce back from the misfortunes he faced last year. He was speaking on the club’s official website when he made the comments, adding that he continues to hope for better tidings and fortunes as we approach the mid-season of league football. Read more »

EVANS MISSES OUT ON CHAMPIONSHIP VICTORY

 

Blackburn Rovers midfielder Corry Evans was an obvious absentee for the club during the Championship win at the home of Preston North End on Tuesday night. Blackburn Rovers were guests of Preston North End at Deepdale in what a week 13 clash in the English Championship was, also known as the second tier of English football.


Blackburn Rovers were able to boost their promotion push with an emphatic win at the home of their opponents. The 1994/95 Premier League winners beat 10-man Preston 3-0. Preston North End had a man sent off towards the end of first half. Preston left-back Joe Rafferty was sent off in the 44th minute due to a professional foul in the box. Blackburn Rovers striker Adam Armstrong tucked away the resulting penalty to give his team a first half advantage. It was his 12th league goal of the new league season.
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Evans Disappointing Outing

 

Corry Evans who plays in the midfield position for Ireland featured disappointingly in his country’s defeat at the hands of Norway last week. The Irishmen were defeated by the Scandinavian country 5-1 in their UEFA Nations League fixture.


Playing at home, Evans appeared on the field just 19 minutes from the final whistle but failed to lift his team from a poor performance. This result followed a 1-1 draw for them against Romania earlier in the tournament.
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Blackburn’s Corry Evans Ready to Resume Training

Dismissals have already come from Corry Evans who was thought to be fear about his psychological scars that came from a serious injury. He also revealed that he was perfectly alright and ready to resume his training if not the season was suspended. The midfielder from Blackburn Rovers had to go through extensive surgery after he fractured a part of his skull during the drawn match in January against Preston North End. Corry Evans also suffered a broken nose and fractured eye socket because of the massive blow. Blackburn boss, Tony Mowbray believed that it will be a long path for him to recover from this kind of injury.


But the player from Northern Ireland revealed he had already started heading footballs made of sponge for practicing. He has been able to shrug off all the suggestions that the psychological damage that has been caused by the injury can last for a long time. Instead, he is currently focusing on how he can play his part when the training for Blackburn Rovers resume on 16th May. When asked about resuming his training sessions, he said that he has already started with sponge footballs and now he is trying to head a football that is fully blown up. There is plenty of time left and he is confident that he will get ready by then.
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