David Moyes's Everton could be set to line up against their Chilean namesakes CD Everton, after the South American club revealed they are hoping to arrange a friendly as part of their centenary celebrations. Officials from CD Everton visited England last week and attended the Toffees's 3-0 victory against Bolton Wanderers at Goodison Park, being given a gift during the half-time break to honour their 100-year achievement.
And the Chileans are hoping for a return to British shores in the summer after Antonio Boise, president of CD Everton, revealed talks are taking place about a friendly between the sides on Merseyside. "We received a present during half-time and the whole stadium applauded in an incredible way," he told Terra CL. "We have also received a proposal to play a friendly match against Everton in England to help celebrate 100 years of our club. I will have more news on the matter in March."
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