Rafa Benitez said Everton fans understand the difficulties of the transfer as he releases Ben Godfrey’s update

Rafa Benitez said Everton fans understand the club’s “difficulties” in the transfer market due to fair play regulations.

Benitez He also said that he felt the support of the majority blues The fans soon after he was appointed and acknowledged a small group of fans at the Corporate Fund who chanted his name after the 2-1 win over Huddersfield Town.

The Spaniard believes Everton can see the spirit that prevailed in the team’s opening three games of the season and hopes he and the players will show their willingness to “fight” for the club.

“I think the majority of the fans have been fantastic from the start and they know when to start playing and the players are showing commitment on the pitch and the fans are happy with that,” Benitez said.

“We try to improve every player and they understand the difficulties of financial fair play for us and appreciate that we are professionals and fight for our club.

“The main thing for me is that they know we are going to do our best here every minute and every hour.”

Meanwhile, Benitez confirmed Ben Godfrey was not selected for the match with Huddersfield as a precaution.

Godfrey is no longer in isolation, having missed his first two league games of the season, but has not been fit enough to play against Huddersfield, despite traveling with the team to John Smith Stadium.


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