Roberto Martinez believes Steven Naismith has been one of the revelations of Everton’s season, Sky Sports has reported.
The Scot was a fringe player in his first year at Goodison Park, having been brought to Merseyside from Rangers by David Moyes and subsequently struggling to win a regular place in the XI.
Little appeared to have changed initially under Martinez but the former Wigan Athletic manager has said that now Naismith has f...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has said that he will not rush defender Phil Jagielka back from injury to cover for the loss of Sylvain Distin, Sky Sports reports.
Jagielka has been out with a hamstring injury since the end of February and is still not fully fit to return to the first-team.
Despite the 31-year-old’s recuperation, Martinez could have his hand forced after defender Sylvain Distin picked up a similar injury last weeke...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has said he would like to keep on loan striker Lucina Traore at the club beyond the end of his current loan spell, Sky Sports has reported.
The imposing striker, who stands at six foot eight inches, signed in January on loan for the rest of the season from AS Monaco who weeks earlier had signed from Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala.
Although injury has blighted his stay at Goodison Park - he has made j...More
Everton Goalkeeper Tim Howard has said that Everton fans were wrong to boo Manchester United manager David Moyes on his return to Goodison Park, according to BBC Sport.
David Moyes made his first visit to Goodison Park on Sunday since leaving the club in favour of Manchester last summer.
Despite a successful 11-year stint with the club, Moyes was faced by a reception of boos throughout the 2-0 loss to his former side.
"We have bril...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has told of his delight after his side completed the league double over Manchester United with a 2-0 victory at Goodison Park on Sunday, BBC Sport has reported.
Both goals from the home side were scored in the first half, with Leighton Baines netting the first from the penalty spot after Phil Jones had handled, before Kevin Mirallas fired home an angled shot. Everton threatened further goals after the...More
Sunday may be the first time that David Moyes returns to Goodison Park, but when he was in charge of Everton, he gave his Manchester United predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson plenty to think about in a series of entertaining matches, which included several sensational comebacks:
It was the opening game of last season and all eyes were Man Utd’s new signing, Robin van Persie. The Dutchman had to be content with a place on the...More
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