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Recall for Barkley

Ross Barkley has returned to Everton after his loan spell with Sheffield Wednesday ended.

The 18-year-old spent two months at Hillsborough featured in 13 matches, starting 12 of them, scoring 4 and winning the player of month award.

With David Moyes having injury problems at Goodison Park at the moment, in particular Phil Neville, Darron Gibson and Kevin Mirallas, Barkley will return to Everton with immediate effect.

Everton skipper Phil Neville underwent knee surgery on Friday and will be out for up two months, while Darron Gibson is still recovering from a thigh strain and Kevin Mirallas struggling with a hamstring problem.

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Writer: Yak Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 19 2012

Time: 2:00PM

Your Comments

You are welcome too him. All we need is Mark Hughes to take Bothroyd back and we can return to winning ways. Thats if Dave Jones can get the stars out of his eyes.
Radon Barrier
Majority Sheffield Weds fans I met said he had a tough start, but got better and better the longer he played, would've thought 4 goals from 12 games for a midfielder is a decent result considering it was his first football club other than Everton he has played for, still a youngster and meeting the other players. Grateful he is back, I have seen him in an Everton shirt performing at this level, so I know he is capable of great things, hopefully gets a chance now to show his quality.
Rob-EFC
If the lad gets a chance and plays well with the crowd roaring him on, he is more than capable of being an Everton great!
evertonmandan
 

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