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Kane, Lukaku, Sanchez race for Golden Boot

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Ronald Koeman: Europa League finalists set standard Everton aspire to reach

Ronald Koeman has hailed Everton fans as the key to his sides superb home record at Goodison Park.
A clear objective will be to bring in players who will have more productivity for next season when we're in the Europa League.

I will be a keen observer of events in the Friends Arena in Stockholm on Wednesday when Ajax and Manchester United contest the final of the UEFA Europa League.

As manager of Everton, I am very much looking forward to playing in the competition next season, with the team having realised our objective when we set out at the beginning of the campaign of qualifying for Europe. For us, this was the first step. The final between Ajax and Manchester United will provide a glimpse as to the next step...

Everton re-establish themselves as Koeman shows promise in first season

The FC crew recall the defining moments that stuck out for them during the 2016-17 Premier League season.

A no-nonsense approach has seen manager Ronald Koeman restore belief, repair home form and return Everton to Europe. A promising first season has set the stage for continued progress ahead of an intriguing summer.

Rating out of 10: 7

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Even supporters as redoubtable and loyal as Evertonians found home matches a chore before this season. Wins were in short supply as goodwill eroded and fans lost patience.

Koeman has overcome this obstacle in impressive fashion, fixing home form to such an...

Ross Barkley dropped, poor vs. Arsenal amidst exit talk

Despite beating Everton, Arsenal will not be playing Champions League football next season for the first time in 20 years.
Despite beating Everton, Arsenal will not be playing Champions League football next season for the first time in 20 years.

A reckless Laurent Koscielny challenge after just 14 minutes handed Everton an opportunity to claim a first win at the Emirates, but this 3-1 defeat pointed to a team still very much in transition as manager Ronald Koeman finishes his first season in charge. More than 75 minutes playing against 10 men ought to have been enough to rectify a sluggish start and engineer a first win at Arsenal since Jan. 1996, but it was not always clear which team had the numerical advantage. Defeat extends Everton's...

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Too little, too late, Arsenal beat Everton but still miss out on top four

Despite beating Everton, Arsenal will not be playing Champions League football next season for the first time in 20 years.
Despite beating Everton, Arsenal will not be playing Champions League football next season for the first time in 20 years.
Janusz Michallik looks at Arsenal's forgettable season, and their need for determined players to aim higher next season.
Janusz Michallik looks at Arsenal's forgettable season, and their need for determined players to aim higher next season.
Arsene Wenger stresses his loyalty to Arsenal and discusses the club's first Champions League exclusion in 20 years.

LONDON --  Three thoughts from Arsenal's 3-1 win over Everton from the Emirates on the final day of the Premier League season.

1. Victory not enough

Even if Arsene Wenger stays on, as now appears likely, next season will be one of great change at Arsenal. For the first time since 1998, they will not be in the Champions League. Liverpool holding their nerve against Middlesbrough made victory here for Arsenal academic. They gave it a go, rolled with the punches, but were powerless to prevent...

Everton to prove a point, lay down marker for next season at Arsenal

Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol go toe-to-toe in predicting fixtures from the final match day of the Premier League season.
Arsene Wenger says Romelu Lukaku has never been a target for Arsenal, but he's been impressed with his performances.
Ronald Koeman has hailed Everton fans as the key to his sides superb home record at Goodison Park.

Everton ended a three-game winless and goalless stretch with victory against Watford in their last match, but an inability to affect their league position has seen those in blue limping through the past two months prior to their trip to face Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday.

Realistic hopes of Romelu Lukaku landing the Golden Boot ended when Harry Kane fired four goals past Leicester on Thursday. Now two goals behind Kane, a Lukaku hat trick is asking a lot of a team without an away win in seven...

Harry Kane, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez race for Golden Boot

Harry Kane applauds the fans after his four goals at the end of the Premier League match between Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur at the King Power Stadium on May 18, 2017 in Leicester, England. (Photo by Matt Ashton - AMA/Getty Images)
Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane took the lead in the Golden Boot race with four goals on Thursday.

The race for the Golden Boot will go down to the Premier League's final match day with Harry Kane entering in position to defend the honour from last season.

Kane, who scored four times in Tottenham Hotspur's 6-1 victory over Leicester City on Thursday, boosted his total to 26 goals this season. That's one more than he had last season despite playing in nine fewer games because of ankle injuries.

The 23-year-old became the 13th player, and the first for Tottenham, with five career Premier League...