Leighton Baines believes Everton have to target a lengthy run in the Europa League despite the difficulty of their group, Sky Sports has reported.
The Toffees get their European campaign underway on Thursday with the visit of Bundesliga side Wolfsburg, who, along with Lille and Krasnodar, form what Baines feels is one of the toughest groups of the competition.
“I heard our group described as being like a Champions League group in te...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has dismissed claims that he is not intent on experiencing success in the Europa League, insisting that trying to win it is one of his key targets for this season, reports the Daily Mail.
The Toffee’s first European match since the 2009-10 season takes place on Thursday as they welcome German club Wolfsburg in Merseyside. Group H also comprises French high-flyers Lille and Russian club Kuban Krasnodar...More
Roberto Martinez has revealed that Everton captain Phil Jagielka is not guaranteed a starting place in his side with the defender still struggling to find any sort of form, Sky Sports is reporting.
The central defender made it in to England’s World Cup squad over the summer but struggled to produce his best form for his country – being at fault for Uruguay’s winner that all but ended hopes of qualifying from the group stages.
West Bromwich Albion host Everton on Saturday with both sides having two points to their name and looking for their first win of the season.
After decent performances in draws against Sunderland and Southampton, the Baggies let themselves down with a mistake-ridden performance at Swansea City in the last game. The Welsh club proved to have too much nous, which will be a concern for Alan Irvine heading into this match against his for...More
Everton midfielder Darron Gibson has admitted it is ‘now or never’ for him as he returns from a 10-month injury lay-off, the Daily Mail has reported.
The 26-year-old picked up an anterior cruciate ligament while playing for the Republic of Ireland in October 2013, and he finally made his comeback on Wednesday, starting for his country as they defeated Oman 2-0 at the Aviva Stadium. He played for 70 minutes before being replaced by Gl...More
Leighton Baines has praised Samuel Eto’o for the way in which he has settled in to life at Everton, Sky Sports has reported, after the former Chelsea striker marked his debut with a goal against his old club.
Eto’o spent last season at Stamford Bridge and left at the end of the campaign when his contract wasn’t renewed, eventually signing a two-year deal with the Toffees in time for the visit of Jose Mourinho and co to Goodison Park....More
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