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EVERTON - Digne: "We deserve more points "

13.09.2018 11.00 by Chiara Biondini  read 433
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Everton summer signing Lucas Digne has been talking to Sky Sports about his new club’s start to the season.

“We deserve more points because some games we deserved to win and it was not possible,” the former Barcelona defender said. “But football is like this. We are unbeaten, it’s positive and we need to win the next game to continue the run. The fans want to see the good mentality and the fighting spirit, and we want to prove every time to the fans when they watch the game that we have a good mentality and we work a lot and we want to win every time.”

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