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O'Farrell: Stones deserves nod

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Transfer Assessment: Everton

Everton Sep 3, 2014
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Arsenal expose Martinez's flaws

Everton Aug 24, 2014
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Understated Barry the glue that binds Martinez's Everton

Everton boss Roberto Martinez praised his side's defensive display following their 2-0 win at West Brom.

At a ground on which they tend to struggle, Everton picked the perfect time to secure their first clean sheet and more importantly their first victory of the new season, albeit with a helping hand from a generous West Brom defence.

After the madness of last weekend's nine-goal saga against Chelsea, this rather more sedate affair restored a degree of normality and there was little surprise as to the identity of the player at the heart of this 2-0 win.

When Gareth Barry plays well, Everton tend to...

Luke O'Farrell Everton Posted by Luke O'Farrell
2 days ago

Time for Everton to turn to John Stones

Everton manager Roberto Martinez spoke ahead of his side's English Premier League trip to face Alan Irvine's West Bromwich Albion.

The last time Everton won at the Hawthorns in January 2012, Victor Anichebe, now plying his trade with the opposition, scored the only goal to secure a much-needed three points. How Everton manager Roberto Martinez and his players could do with another clean sheet victory this weekend.

- Report: Irvine prepared to take risks
- Report: Everton sign Hornby, 15
- Report: Martinez with no regrets over Cleverley

Stumbling punch-drunk through the first three matches, a trip to the Hawthorns to face...

Luke O'Farrell Everton Posted by Luke O'Farrell
Sep 3, 2014

How did Everton do in the window?

Romelu Lukaku spoke of his desire to help make Everton "one of the best teams in England" after completing his club-record 47 million deal to Goodison Park.

Ins and outs

Players in: Gareth Barry (Manchester City, 1 million pounds), Romelu Lukaku (28 million pounds), Muhamed Besic (Ferencvaros, undisclosed), Brendan Galloway (MK Dons, undisclosed), Christian Atsu (Chelsea, loan), Samuel Eto'o (Chelsea, free), David Henen (Olympiakos, loan)

Players out: Apostolos Vellios, Mason Springthorpe (both released), Shane Duffy (Blackburn, undisclosed)

Sum up the window

Excitement briefly hit uncharted heights earlier this month, when Ross Barkley signed a new...

Luke O'Farrell Everton Posted by Luke O'Farrell
Aug 30, 2014

Everton suffer defensive horror show

Everton manager Roberto Martinez discusses the weaknesses in his team's back line that led to six conceded goals against Chelsea.

Nine goals -- five of them in the space of 10 second half minutes -- and countless talking points resulted in one exhilarating game of football between Everton and Chelsea in Saturday's late kick-off.

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Still, if there was a defining moment in this epic match, it was the sixth Chelsea goal and the sight of Everton's central defenders sprawled out in a desperate attempt to halt the run of Diego Costa. The last act, which began with a ludicrous Muhamed Besic back-heel, best encapsulated this defensive...

 Posted by James Tyler
Aug 30, 2014

Three Points: Everton vs. Chelsea

A trio of thoughts from Chelsea's wild 6-3 win over Chelsea at Goodison Park on Saturday.

1. An instant classic

First off, this was the kind of game that requires 10 points. Attempting to distill the breathtaking, beautiful chaos of the second half at Goodison Park is akin to telling someone the plot of Lord of the Rings in a single line. You could do it, sure, but why would you choose to?

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As it panned out, Chelsea deserved their victory. The raucous Everton crowd might say otherwise, such...

 Posted by Nick Ames
Aug 29, 2014

Lukaku, Eto'o motivated to prove Mourinho and Chelsea wrong

It might not have been too much of a stretch to mark Romelu Lukaku out as the next Samuel Eto'o while he developed at Anderlecht, making his senior debut in 2009 at the end of a season that saw the Cameroonian score 36 goals for Barcelona. We can quibble about stylistic differences or physical traits, but their eyes for the goal are similar and their present motivations might well be in line, too.

Perhaps Lukaku expected that Eto'o and his ilk would always be the ideal to reach, the mission fulfilled,...