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 By PA Sport

Dynamo Kiev get partial stadium ban for Europa League fan racism

Fiorentina take Ukrainian leaders Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League quarterfinals, as Sevilla play against Russian club Zenit Saint Petersburg.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez praised the quality of Dynamo Kiev's finishing after his side went down 5-2 on the night in Ukraine, and 6-4 on aggregate, in the Europa League.
Dynamo Kiev knocked Everton out of the Europa League with an emphatic 5-2 win at home.
Dynamo Kiev fullback Vitorino Antunes heaps more misery upon Tim Howard and Everton with this audacious strike.
Dynamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko opens up the scoring with an absolute stunner that left Everton's Tim Howard frozen in goal.
Dynamo Kiev manager Serhiy Rebrov and Everton manager Roberto Martinez talked on Wednesday ahead of their Europa League last 16 tie in Ukraine.
A late penalty kick converted by Romelu Lukaku gave Everton a 2-1 advantage over Dynamo Kiev in the first leg of their Europa League last-16 clash.

Dynamo Kiev have been ordered to close part of their stadium for next month's Europa League quarterfinal after racist behaviour by fans towards Everton players.

The Ukrainian side has also been fined €15,000 (£10,950) by UEFA for the setting off of fireworks and for insufficient organisation.

The racist behaviour took place during the 5-2 second-leg win over Everton on March 19.

UEFA has ordered partial closure of the NSK Olimpiyskiy stadium for the first leg of the quarterfinal against...

 By Mike Whalley

Arouna Kone injury 'not serious' - Everton

Roberto Martinez gave his reaction on Sunday after QPR went down 2-1 at home to Everton in the Premier League.
Arouna Kone has made eight Premier League appearances this season.

Everton striker Arouna Kone's knee injury is not a long-term problem, the club have said.

The Ivory Coast international, though, remains a doubt for the club's next Premier League match, at home to Southampton on April 4.

Kone was injured in the build-up to Aaron Lennon's decisive goal in a 2-1 league victory at Queens Park Rangers last Sunday.

The 31-year-old did not make a first-team appearance for 14 months after suffering cruciate knee ligament damage in October 2013.

But Everton have indicated...

 By PA Sport

Darron Gibson ruled out of Republic of Ireland Euro 2016 qualifier vs. Poland

Darron Gibson has not played for Ireland since before the European Championship last year.
Darron Gibson plies his domestic trade at Everton, where he has made nine Premier League appearances this season.

Everton midfielder Darron Gibson is out of Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland on Sunday.

Gibson has been unable to train since joining up with the squad in Malahide because of a groin problem, and was withdrawn on Wednesday afternoon.

A Football Association of Ireland spokesman said: "The Football Association of Ireland today confirmed that Darron Gibson has withdrawn from the Republic of Ireland squad to face Poland on March 29 due a persistent groin injury.

"Darron will return...

 By Mike Whalley

Everton's Ross Barkley needs a 'proper break' this summer - Roberto Martinez

Barkley, left, played in all three of England's matches at the 2014 WorldCup.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez says Ross Barkley should have a rest this summer -- suggesting he will oppose the midfielder's participation at the European Under-21 Championship.

England are one of eight teams who will play at the finals, to be held in the Czech Republic between June 15 and 30.

Barkley, 21, played for the full England side at last year's World Cup in Brazil on the back of an impressive season with his club, but has struggled for form since.

Martinez said in January that he felt...

Fighting spirit carries Everton to ugly win over QPR

Roberto Martinez gave his reaction on Sunday after QPR went down 2-1 at home to Everton in the Premier League.

On the back of a doomed European venture and mindless graffiti smeared on the walls of Goodison Park, the trip to QPR had the potential to add new depth to an already bad week.

It was fortunate then that Everton collected three points in Sunday's 2-1 win and avoided an unthinkable defeat to a QPR side beginning the match with nine losses in their last 10 in the league.

There was a degree of irony attached, too, with Everton winning in the league after one of their worst European performances...