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Name Fabian Delph
Gender Male
Ethnic xxxx
Job xxxx Footballer
Desc A popular figure at City, but surplus to requirements after the arrival of Angelino. Delph has missed Everton’s first two Premier League fixtures with injury

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Org xxxx National Team
Club as Player Everton
  Manchester City

2016 04 09 Retrieve

[Fabian Delph discusses his supernatural sightings] I see ghosts all the time. Genuinely. I think I’ve seen about four. When I first signed for Villa I stayed in a hotel there was a lot of things moving in the room, a lot of bangs. And about four months ago I saw, in my house in God’s country [Yorkshire], I saw two ghosts in the bedroom. I don’t think they’re there to harm me. But I’ve definitely seen them. It was just a split second and then they were gone. The one four months ago, that actually was carrying a body, it went out onto my balcony, then disappeared

2019 07 25 Retrieve

[Fabian Delph says he made the switch to Everton from Manchester City to boost his chances of playing more for England] Playing for England is massive for me, so if I’m playing more regularly, there’s more chance of me being selected

2020 02 22 Retrieve

[Fabian Delph has said that he owes everything to Mikel Arteta ahead of Everton’s trip to Arsenal on Sunday] Mikel was incredible for me. He was the reason why I stayed in the team as long as I did. I owe everything to him. He was fantastic with me, always very honest. In my first year at City, I had been hit and miss with injuries. I didn’t play as much as I would have liked and had the opportunity to go. Mikel said: ‘I don’t want you to leave. I feel there is a spot here. The way we want to play is different to what a lot of people have seen but you are very capable of doing it’. We worked on it a few times in training and I decided to stay. Everything he said came true – I knew he would end up as a manager

If your boss gets the sack, you will get a reaction because you want to impress your new boss. That happens at every club and in every walk of life. There are similarities between Pep and Carlo, they’ve both won and been very successful. They’ve both managed fantastic clubs and fantastic players – they both have a winning mentality. It’s still early stages but I’m really excited for the future