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Luis Boa Morte has been appointed assistant manager at Everton, the club have announced.
The former Arsenal, Fulham and West Ham midfielder, 41, has teamed back up with Everton boss Marco Silva after a spell together at Sporting Lisbon.
A statement on Everton's website read: "Boa Morte, who has signed a two-year contract, joins the Blues from Israeli side Maccabi Haifa, where he was also assistant manager, and replaces Joao Pedro Sousa following his appointment as the new head coach of Portuguese side Famalicao.
"The move to Merseyside sees Boa Morte reunited with Everton manager Silva, with the pair having previously worked together at Sporting Lisbon."
Everton have made their first move of the summer by signing Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl on a three-year deal.
The 30-year-old Denmark international has signed a pre-contract agreement and will join the Toffees on July 1, when his contract with relegated Huddersfield expires.
Lossl made 69 Premier League appearances for the Terriers during their two seasons in the top flight, keeping 14 clean sheets.
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Everton manager Marco Silva has been fined £12,000 after accepting an improper conduct charge for his behaviour after the defeat to Newcastle earlier this month.
The Portuguese was furious the hosts' winning goal in their 3-2 victory was allowed to stand as Salomon Rondon was in an offside position in the build-up.
Silva confronted referee Lee Mason on the pitch at the final whistle, which led to his Football Association charge and subsequent fine.
Chelsea's hopes of a top-four finish were dented as Everton finally ended a 25-match run without a win against a top-six side with a 2-0 winRead the full story ›