"To be fair, the medical staff are overseeing all of it and they're in contact with Everton and all their scientists".
After being rested by the Netherlands for their World Cup qualifier with Sweden on Tuesday due to a hip injury, midfielder Davy Propper will be fit enough to play against Everton. I'm not interested in his comments.
Brighton return to action after the worldwide break on Sunday with a home Premier League tie against Everton.
"The player had several problems physically and we tried to solve that problem".
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Holland failed to reach their second successive major tournament this week after finishing third in their World Cup qualifying group.
"For that reason I'm happy that we play on Sunday (this week) and we can have a normal training session today". But I'm Everton manager and that's the important thing and nothing else.
"No", he said. "I am not surprised they put my name in because they did the same some years ago".
"It's not realistic now because we have other business to do with Everton". Whilst the Merseyside club invested over £100 million pounds on new players in the summer, the departure of striker Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United has left them short on goals up front, having scored four times so far in the top flight this season. We need to win and we need to change our situation in the table and that starts this Sunday. "Let's hope he will be totally fit". We've got three games now in the space of eight days or so, so it is important for us to start well and get a good result against Brighton.
This global break proved to be an excellent one for Gylfi Sigurdsson and Iceland in general as the tiny nation qualified for its first ever World Cup competition, to be held next year in Russian Federation.