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Everton limping towards summer


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Same old story for Everton


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Romelu Lukaku hitting 20 goals one of few bright spots in Everton's season

Romelu Lukaku snatched a late winner for Everton to rebound from two consecutive defeats.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez expresses his delight with his side's concentration following Everton's 2-1 victory over West Ham.

Away form is one of the numerous problems that afflicted Everton this season. Even with three points from a 2-1 win at West Ham, just a fifth away win of the season, the Blues end their away quota having lost 10 of 19 while scoring a mere 21 in the process.

But even in this most unpredictable of seasons, with Roberto Martinez's men capable of the great and the grim, often in the same game, there was a familiar air to the outcome of this match. Sam Allardyce must rue the day Everton and Romelu Lukaku...

Baines injury leaves Martinez seeking attacking impetus vs. West Ham

Roberto Martinez has confirmed Leighton Baines has undergone surgery while also talking about his Everton side's European prospects.

Two sides vying for European football, albeit via the complex method of the UEFA Fair Play league, elevate an otherwise relatively inconsequential match between Everton and West Ham.

Three points and a place behind their hosts, an Everton win represents a chance to salvage a top half finish from a season in which expectation and reality greatly differed. Unwanted league-highs in points dropped from winning positions (19) and errors leading directly to goals (15) speak volumes.

The increased early...

Tired Everton limping towards the summer with reinforcements needed

Sunderland striker Danny Graham's first goal for the club may have been a fluke but its significance could not be under-estimated as the Black Cats took another step towards Premier League survival.
Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat and Everton manager Roberto Martinez react to Sunderland's shocking victory over Everton.

Familiar failings at both ends of the pitch underpinned Everton's 2-0 defeat to Sunderland on Saturday, although the visitors rode their luck and received a helping hand from favourable decisions and telling deflections. Two extremely fortuitous goals at one end, and a shot against the post and strong penalty claim at the other, formed the post-match talking points. However, the hard luck narrative merely diverts from a home performance lacking in several areas.

A first home defeat of this calendar...

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Chelsea chasing Everton's 'defender of the future' John Stones

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses some of the summer's transfer storylines, including whether Yaya Toure will leave Manchester City.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears ...

Chelsea chasing 'defender of the future'

John Terry won't last forever. Surely even Jose Mourinho knows that. Thus, it's little surprise that Chelsea have been linked with Real Madrid central defender Raphael Varane for most of 2015. Mourinho was the man to bring the Frenchman to the Bernabeu in 2011. And as the West London club look for the man to organise...

Everton's European dilemma front and center in Premier League's final weeks

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Ross Dyer talk Roberto Martinez's decision to keep Tim Howard as his top-choice keeper.

Last week marked 28 years since Everton last held the league title, while Wednesday signalled the 30th anniversary of the 1985 title-winning campaign, when the Toffees cruised to an eighth league title with five games to spare. Three defeats in the last four matches merely gave the table a less lopsided look -- Howard Kendall's team still cantered home by a 13-point margin. The European Cup Winners' Cup soon followed and only a narrow FA Cup final defeat to Manchester United denied a historic treble.


Everton back in familiar territory with poor display in loss at Aston Villa

Roberto Martinez bemoaned his side's first half display in Everton's 3-2 defeat at Aston Villa.

Just six days and 45 minutes of football is all it took Everton to restore normal service to this disappointing season. No shots -- on or off target -- in the first half epitomised their miserable 3-2 defeat at Villa Park.

The home side were everything their opponents were not, everything Everton had been when beating Manchester United 3-0 less than a week ago. There was only one team making any effort to impress in this match.

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The six-match unbeaten run became a distant memory as the match wore...