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Everton fan 'can't look in the mirror' after being slashed in the face

Credit: Jay Burnes

A 'devastated' Everton fan says he 'can't look in the mirror' after being slashed in the face before the clubs FA Cup tie with Millwall.

Jay Burns posted a picture of himself in a hospital gown on Facebook with his cheek stitched up.

New footage shows yobs trading punches outside Surrey Quays station in South East London yesterday - before a thug rakes a knife down Jay Burns' cheek.

Credit: Social media video

It follows the emergence of online videos shows crowds brawling outside Surrey Quays station before the game. The Met confirmed a man in his 20s had been found with a "slash wound" to the face. No arrests have been made.


Richarlison's heartfelt message for Everton fans

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Today I’ve started a new chapter with the Toffees, the People’s Club. My shirt is now blue & white and I will wear it with pride and honour.

"I promise to give 100% commitment and effort on the pitch, as I have done in every match since I first starting playing. I will work hard to achieve success with this great and prestigious club! Thank you to Everton for the confidence put in me, and to the fans for your kind messages. I look forward to meeting you all soon at Goodison Park!"

– Richarlison
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