Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes his predecessor David Moyes will get a positive reception when he returns to Goodison Park with Manchester United on Sunday, BBC Sport has reported.
Moyes left Goodison for Old Trafford last summer to replace the retiring Sir Alex Ferguson and was given an emotional send-off following his last home game in charge, having managed the Toffees for 11 years.
But relations between Moyes and his f...More
Roberto Martinez has admitted seeing Everton lose at home to Crystal Palace on Wednesday was a painful experience, ESPN has reported.
Goals from Jason Puncheon, Scott Dann and Cameron Jerome gave the Eagles victory, with Steven Naismith and Kevin Mirallas replying for the home side. The result leaves Everton in fifth place, a point behind Arsenal, missing out on the victory that would have sent the Toffees back into the Premier Leagu...More
Everton will be aiming to return to fourth place as they host Crystal Palace in a meeting of two sides in fine form.
An own goal by Sunderland’s Wes Brown gave Roberto Martinez’ team a seventh straight Premier League win, giving them the chance to make a fantastic season at Goodison Park even better by making the Champions League. With Arsenal getting the better of West Ham United on Tuesday, the pressure is back on the Toffees, who ...More
Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has said that his side will not feel the pressure as they battle for fourth spot in the Premier League, according to Sky Sports.
The Toffees climbed above Arsenal and into the final Champions League spot after a 1-0 win against Sunderland on Saturday.
A scrappy game and a Wes Brown own goal were enough to secure the three points for Everton at the Stadium of Light and Howard believe that the game showed...More
Arsenal and Chelsea are heading the queue to sign coveted Everton youngster John Stones, but the Toffees are not keen on doing business according to The Daily Mail.
The 19-year-old only joined the Toffees in January 2013, but his impressive performances have led to speculation that the former Barnsley youngster could be an outside bet for Roy Hodgson’s World Cup training squad, and Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger are thought to be ke...More
Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has said that his side are up for the battle with Arsenal to finish in the Premier League’s top four and qualify for next season’s Champions League, the Liverpool Echo has reported.
Victory away to bottom club Sunderland on Saturday meant that Everton leapfrogged Arsenal, who were in FA Cup action. Both sides have now played 33 games, and are in action in midweek with the Gunners now having to rely on Ev...More
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