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Toffees seek upward trajectory

Everton Oct 31, 2014
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McGeady frustrates in Everton draw

Everton Oct 23, 2014
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Everton look to guarantee Europa qualification against strong Wolfsburg

Everton manager Roberto Martinez explained his side are taking it game-by-game as they look to reach the latter stages of the UEFA Europa League.

Everton sit on the cusp of Europa League progress, top of Group H with two games remaining. In their quest to advance, though, the Toffees must navigate what is, on paper at least, the toughest of their three away matches in the group phase.

Win against Wolfsburg on Thursday and the Blues will emerge as group winners with a game to spare; a draw guarantees qualification but potentially leaves the door open for Wolfsburg to snatch top spot in the final round of fixtures.

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In the September meeting,...

3 days ago

Leon Osman heroic for Everton in his 400th appearance

Everton escaped with a 2-1 victory thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Leon Osman.

Everton and West Ham meet again in May, and it may take the two sets of players until then to cool down after this bad-tempered encounter that ended in a 2-1 win for the Toffees. The only comfort for Everton from this bruising game was the unbeaten run stretching to seven matches as Roberto Martinez's men moved to within striking distance of the top four.

There is an argument for injuries affecting the football on display, though in West Ham's case it appeared a deliberate ploy to revert to type,...

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Martinez must turn to youth to get over terrible injury problems

Everton manager Roberto Martinez spoke to the media on Thursday ahead of their Premier League meeting with in-form West Ham United.

For perhaps the first time in his tenure, Everton chairman Bill Kenwright will find his club's supporters in unanimous agreement with him this week.

As Ireland assistant Roy Keane voiced a rather bizarre theory about Everton manager Roberto Martinez and his alleged pressuring of players to snub international duty, Kenwright replied with, "I'm a big fan of Roy Keane, but he does say some stupid things." One brief sentence was all it took to draw a line under the episode.

While that nonevent fades...

Nov 14, 2014

Football's finest rivals: Liverpool vs. Everton 1984-89

Every club has a rival, a target for so much of their enmity. Very few, however, are fortunate enough to have an opposing team so good it pushes them higher.

In Formula 1, Niki Lauda eventually came to see it as a blessing to be facing someone like James Hunt: it made him better. It was also a theme Roy Keane picked up in his recent book, as he discussed Manchester United's long rivalry with Arsenal at the turn of the millennium. "They might just have had an edge over us," he wrote, "but it was...

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Nov 11, 2014

Player of the Season so far: Your club's best performer in the Premier League

The ESPN FC crew respond to your tweets and discuss the candidates for EPL MVP thus far and question whether or not Craig Burley will ever manage.

With the season in full swing, who has shone in the Premier League? We asked our ESPN FC bloggers who has been their club's player of the season so far ...

- Europe: Star players for the continental clubs so far

Arsenal: Alexis Sanchez

In a season when Arsenal have lurched from the less than sublime to the beyond ridiculous, the Chilean stands head and shoulders above anyone else. Desire, work rate, energy, application, a hunger to make an impact on games and the end product to back it up. So far...

Nov 9, 2014

Draw with Sunderland leaves Everton facing nervous days over the break

Leighton Baines saved a point for Everton after Sebastian Larsson's free kick put Sunderland ahead.

Match officials appear under increased scrutiny this season. Performances such as the one Lee Mason served up in Everton's 1-1 draw at Sunderland merely justify the level of attention focused on the standard of refereeing in the Premier League.

Despite awarding Everton a penalty, which Leighton Baines duly converted, Mason still managed to infuriate the visitors. Still, before any talk of Mason's torrid afternoon, it is worth noting the continued influence of Baines.

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