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Everton star Snoeijs calls on the Toffees to bounce back

Katja Snoeijs thinks Everton has a great chance to recover quickly after their Wednesday defeat against Brighton & Hove Albion.

Everton suffered a 3-2 defeat away at Brighton & Hove Albion, who are currently struggling at the bottom of the Women’s Super League. Despite the loss, Katja Snoeijs managed to score an impressive brace to bring the scoreline closer, marking one of her best performances for Everton so far. Despite the setback, Snoeijs sees it as a chance for Everton to bounce back.

Although Katja Snoeijs played well in the second half, Everton still lost the match against Brighton & Hove Albion. However, with their next match against Reading coming up, Snoeijs believes the team needs to quickly shift their focus to that game. The match against Reading will take place on Sunday at 2 pm.

Snoeijs rues ‘disappointing result’

“It’s a disappointing result,” said Snoeijs. “We weren’t good enough.”

“Overall, they wanted it more than we did which isn’t acceptable by our standards. We can do better and we will do better.

“It’s important for us now to focus on Reading. We will analyze what we must do better, but we need a stronger mentality. 

“They wanted it more than us and for a club like Everton, that isn’t acceptable. On Sunday, we need to rectify that and put in a performance that’s worthy of a result.

“That comes with our mindset, training well over these coming days and making sure we take three points against Reading.” 

Snoeijs has been making significant progress in her debut season in the English top flight and scored five goals so far. Despite her two goals in the game against Brighton & Hove Albion, the 26-year-old felt disappointed as it did not result in points on the board for Everton.

“Personally, as a striker it’s good to get goals, you want to get as many as possible,” added Snoeijs.

“In the end though, the result is the most important thing and we’re disappointed in ourselves that we weren’t to take something from the game. 

“To get two goals means nothing in the end if it doesn’t help to secure a result. It was a frustrating night for us.”

Ethan Dempsey
Ethan Dempsey
Ethan is a lifelong football fan. When he is not obsessing over the Premier League games, Ethan likes to read fantasy tomes, watch football documentaries and waste hours upon hours on video games.


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