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5 hours ago

Monk relishes Martinez meeting

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Swansea boss Garry Monk has often said that his former manager Roberto Martinez is always at the other end of a telephone if he ever wants a catch-up or chat about the pitfalls of management.

But rookie manager Monk admits there has been no time to talk this week ahead of Everton's visit to the Liberty Stadium in the third round of the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night.

Everton's busy schedule of domestic and European commitments, Monk says, has put paid to the usual conversations between two men who...

 Posted by Mike Whalley
6 hours ago

Martinez: Bryan Oviedo, Arouna Kone, may make Everton returns

Despite controlling open play, Roberto Martinez believes his Everton squad must work better at finishing their chances.

LIVERPOOL -- Bryan Oviedo and Arouna Kone are in line to make comebacks from long-term injuries when Everton visit Swansea in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday.

- O'Farrell: Toffees make terrible errors in defeat
- Martinez rues Everton mistakes against Palace

Manager Roberto Martinez has indicated that both players could play in the third-round tie in south Wales.

Costa Rica full-back Oviedo, 24, missed the World Cup after breaking his leg during a 4-0 FA Cup fourth-round victory at Stevenage on Jan....

Luke O'Farrell Everton Posted by Luke O'Farrell
22 hours ago

Toffees make glaring errors in 3-2 capitulation to Crystal Palace

Despite controlling open play, Roberto Martinez believes his Everton squad must work better at finishing their chances.

Wrecking Everton's Champions League dreams with an unexpected victory the past season, Crystal Palace repeated their smash-and-grab trick Sunday. They even managed to replicate the 3-2 score line.

Making four changes to the side so clinical against Wolfsburg, Roberto Martinez ran the risk of criticism. However, this defeat owed more to poor tactical decisions and glaring individual errors than team selection. It is easy to castigate rotation when results go awry, but it is rarely that simple.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
1 day ago

Warnock: Win is massive relief

Neil Warnock relished Crystal Palace's first win of the Premier League season, with a 3-2 victory over a tough Everton side.

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1 day ago

Martinez: We lost a bit of intent

Despite controlling open play, Roberto Martinez believes his Everton squad must work better at finishing their chances.

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