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Samuel Eto'o

33-Year-Old Forward     Everton  Premier      Full Name: Samuel Eto'o Fils


Birthdate:  March 10, 1981    Birthplace:  Douala, Cameroon    Nationality:  Cameroon    Height:  5' 10"    Weight:  165 lbs    

November 22, 2014    Samuel Eto'o News

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Eto'o came on as a sub and recorded the assist on Leon Osman's match-winner in Saturday's 2-1 win over West Ham.

Eto'o has been quite the spark plug for the Toffees and after starting three matches in a row, he was still effective coming off the bench. If anything were to happen to Romelu Lukaku, Eto'o would be the likely starting striker.

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Samuel Eto'o: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

November 9, 2014

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Eto'o got a start in the midfield in the 1-1 draw to Sunderland Sunday.

Eto'o has now made three consecutive starts and it appears he's found his way into the weekly starting XI at midfield. The midfield is a relatively new position for Eto'o, so he may be a good source of assist rather then goals going forward. Let's see what happens when Mirallas comes back from injury in a couple weeks.

October 26, 2014

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Eto'o turned back the clock Sunday recording two goals and playing a full 90 minutes in the 3-1 win over Burnley.

This may be the only game all season Eto'o plays a full 90 minutes, but it's a fantastic sign from the veteran. He is tough to use in fantasy because he doesn't play consistently, but he is a nice signing for Everton to take some of the load off Romelu Lukaku's shoulders. If they continue to start Lukaku and Eto'o together, the attack could become very dangerous.

September 12, 2014

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Eto'o picked up a knock against Chelsea before the international break and he could be held out of Everton's match against West Brom on Saturday. "Samuel Eto'o got a little knock in the game against Chelsea at the moment he scored and we are going to be a little cautious," Everton manager Roberto Martinez said Friday.

Even when he is fit, Eto'o is not a consistent starter for the Blues, with Romelu Lukaku dominating the playing time up front.

August 30, 2014

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Eto'o was a sub in the 70th minute and found the back of the net within ten minutes in his debut for Everton in the 6-3 loss to Chelsea.

It was a disappointing effort from Everton but a promising effort from their newest signing. Eto'o will surely be used as their super sub and could provide late goals all year. With that said, its hard to rely on him for fantasy as he will almost never play a full 90 minutes.

August 27, 2014

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Eto'o has announced his international retirement.

Eto'o, who officially signed with Everton on Tuesday, goes down as Cameroon's all-time leading scorer. He scored 56 goals in 118 caps for his country. Entering the final stages of his illustrious career, the 33-year-old striker will be able to put his full focus into the Toffees following his retirement from international play.

August 26, 2014

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Eto'o signed a two-year contract with Everton on Tuesday on a free transfer from Chelsea.

Eto'o was released from Chelsea at the end of last season, and had been flirting with a number of clubs before putting pen to paper on a permanent deal with Everton. He scored nine goals for Chelsea last season in 16 starts.

August 26, 2014

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Eto'o is reportedly close to signing a two-year contract with Everton, the Telegraph reports.

Eto'o was been linked with practically every club in Europe after he was released by Chelsea following his one-season stay with the club, and he reportedly was close to joining Liverpool too. However, the extra contract year may be enough for Everton to solidify his signature, as he will certainly be used as a striking mentor to Romelu Lukaku, who still figures to get the starts up front for the Toffees.