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Everton protests growing


Everton still a work in progress


Everton can pose City problems


Martinez not learning lessons

 By Kevin Palmer

Everton manager Roberto Martinez hails Bill Kenwright, club's transfers

Everton legend Peter Reid says John Stones deserves credit for his professionalism during the transfer window, with Chelsea ultimately failing to secure the young defender from Goodison Park.
Everton's transfer window was nothing short of a success according to their manager, Roberto Martinez.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez has told ESPN FC that his club demonstrated real ambition in the transfer window and that he hopes the business they completed this summer will sustain another strong challenge in the Premier League.

Martinez inspired a concerted push for Champions League football during his first season at Goodison Park, coming up two points short of a top-four finish in 2013-14 but struggling to maintain that momentum last season.

The demands of Europa League football took...

 By Chris Wright

Everton fans serenade Chelsea target John Stones with Beatles chant

With his transfer saga very much looking as though it's going to rumble on till deadline day, it's probably safe to say that most Everton fans have had their fill of hearing about Chelsea's protracted pursuit of John Stones.

Indeed, the Toffees faithful sent a musical message out to the Chelsea top brass before Saturday's game against Tottenham at White Hart Lane, with the travelling hordes adopting a Beatles classic to send a musical message to Roman Abramovich.

However, thanks to a bit of cunning...

John Stones composed amid Chelsea links but Everton lack creative spark

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says John Stones may yet make a move to Chelsea in the transfer window.

John Stones' committed performance in Everton's 0-0 draw at Tottenham was a fine way to draw a line under his transfer saga involving Chelsea.

The travelling support at White Hart Lane were at their witty best on Saturday, revelling in an inventive adaptation of a Beatles classic and informing Chelsea: "Money can't buy you Stones."

And yet while Stones showed his mind is focused on Everton, Roberto Martinez has plenty to ponder with the rest of his side.

Goalkeeper Tim Howard -- an unfamiliar hero...

John Stones to Chelsea talk tests Everton resolve ahead of Spurs clash

Everton manager Roberto Martinez discusses the John Stones transfer saga and their new addition, Ramiro Funes Mori.

As Everton prepares for a testing fixture against Tottenham on Saturday, its turbulent week could prove to be a blessing in disguise. An unsettling 36 hours revealed a group of players, their manager and a chairman demonstrating bullish determination and considerable ambition.

A shock start to the week threatened to descend into a full-blown nightmare, as a transfer request from John Stones and a team on the brink of an embarrassing League Cup exit prepared to inflict potentially lasting damage.


Everton must stick to not-for-sale stance with Stones

ESPN FC's Brian McBride thinks a move to Chelsea might be a little premature for young defender John Stones, saying Everton is the perfect environment to learn.

John Stones handing in a transfer request is the hammer set to smash a giant hole in Everton's season. For a squad still short on quality and a fan base accustomed to quality players putting Goodison Park in their rear view, the exit of Stones is a painful prospect and an idea that the club should not entertain at this stage.

The club stance, largely on the back of the recent television deals, is that the books are balanced and Everton are no longer a selling club, which is something manager...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Everton protests grow louder as club fail to keep pace in Premier League

After their 3-0 win against Southampton on Saturday, Everton manager Roberto Martinez insists a settled squad is the key to his team's performances.
Everton fans have shown their disapproval in plane form.

On Sunday, Roberto Martinez exhibited typical positivity when asked whether defender John Stones would be staying at Everton in the face of Chelsea's continued heavy interest.

"That's the plan," said Everton's manager after his team had lost 2-0 at home to Manchester City. "We have enjoyed his development and the way he has grown in the last two seasons. He just puts a smile on your face when you see John Stones defending."

Earlier in the Goodison Park stands, club director Jon Woods had been rather...