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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

David Moyes' dismal run as Man United manager resulted in positive changes

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol questions if Chris Smalling is the long-term answer for Manchester United's back line after the club announced the defender's new contract through 2019.

"Stuck with Moyes, stuck with Moyes, Man United, playing football the negative way," jeered a gleeful Goodison Park crowd on April 20, 2014, as Everton beat Manchester United 2-0. Roberto Martinez, David Moyes' bright, shiny replacement, had engineered his predecessor's downfall in alluring style.

That terrace anthem was erroneous; the following afternoon saw senior United sources suggest that Moyes was soon for the sack, though the deed was not done until the following day.

In the interim, Moyes...

Everton penalty taking situation another bad sign this season

Everton manager Roberto Martinez praises Burnley for their play and comments on the pecking order of penalty kick takers.

Oh, for a return to those heady days when a Leighton Baines goal and subsequent celebration followed an Everton penalty, when beating the opposing goalkeeper from 12 yards appeared simple. Ross Barkley's failure from the spot in the 1-0 win over 10-man Burnley leaves the Toffees with the unfortunate distinction of more unsuccessful penalties (three) than any other team in the Premier League this season.

Tom Heaton's save from Barkley marked the second botched Everton penalty since the turn of the...

Everton need an overhaul despite Roberto Martinez saying otherwise

Roberto Martinez looks ahead to Everton's home game against a Burnley side he believes will play without any fear.

Goodison Park plays host to four of Everton's final six matches and the first of those is relegation-threatened Burnley on Saturday. While the visitors fight for survival, a late push for the top half and an increase in merit payments are the extent of the Blues' end of season dealings.

Top scorer Romelu Lukaku may return from injury but there are doubts over one or two others within squad as the Toffees seek a rare league double -- QPR are the only team beaten home and away by Roberto Martinez's...

Everton stuck on repeat and wishing season would end

Everton boss Roberto Martinez reckoned his side's 1-1 draw at Swansea felt like a defeat.

Everton's season is stuck on repeat, each setback tending to echo those gone before. The recent three-match winning run halted on Saturday as the Blues summarised this campaign in the space of 90 minutes with a 1-1 draw at Swansea.

The ever-increasing tally of points squandered from winning positions stands at 19, which is currently the difference between this mid-table obscurity and fifth place and a chance to replicate last season's push for Europe. Those wasted points would see Everton a point...

Everton must improve attacking options with or without Lukaku

Everton boss Roberto Martinez praises his side's maturity in their tough 1-0 win over Southampton.

A battling 1-0 win over Southampton dragged Everton to three successive wins for the first time this season. It is the Toffees' best sequence since a seven-match winning streak last season and erases any shred of doubt over league status.

That the hosts gained a measure of revenge for a 3-0 defeat in the reverse fixture owed much to an excellent save from the much-maligned Tim Howard. In a match low on quality and attempts on goal, the American clawed a seemingly certain goal to safety, signalling...

Romelu Lukaku and Mino Raiola combination unhelpful for Everton

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik and Tommy Smyth talk Romelu Lukaku and whether his agent Mino Raiola is warranted in saying he is better than Diego Costa.

Players changing agents is rarely a talking point. That is, unless your new agent happens to be the outspoken Mino Raiola, an Italian-born representative boasting Mario Balotelli and Zlatan Ibrahimovic among his clientele.

No sooner had Roberto Martinez rubbished claims of Romelu Lukaku's change of agent suggesting a player looking towards the exit than Raiola left little doubt as to his plans for his new client.

"If we had met each other earlier, he wouldn't have played for Everton," said Raiola.

Not...