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Everton: Romelu Lukaku Has ‘Agreed Terms’ Of Mammoth New Five-Year Contract, Deal Now Imminent

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It's being claimed that Romelu Lukaku has agreed terms on a mammoth new contract at Everton and will sign it later this week.

Talks have been churning away for weeks over a new deal, with the Belgian striker's agent Mino Raiola recently confirming that an announcement was "very close".

According to TalkSPORT, who have been in contact with Raiola, the finer details have now all been agreed on an improved five-year contract and both camps are just waiting for the chairman to get his cheque-signing biro out.

Man Utd and Chelsea could miss out on duo after major development

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Everton have announced that Farhad Moshiri will become the majority shareholder at the Merseyside club.

The British-Iranian businessman purchased a 49.9% stake in the Premier League club and the deal was confirmed by Everton this weekend.

Cup loss leaves Evertonians short on belief in Roberto Martinez

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It's very easy to get swept up in Roberto Martinez. You can see why, when he met Everton chairman Bill Kenwright for the first time in the summer of 2013, he talked himself into the job that was to be vacated by David Moyes.

The Catalan is a tremendous orator, has bright ideas about soccer and always sets his teams up to play in an expansive, enterprising style.

Cup loss leaves Evertonians short on belief in Roberto Martinez

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It's very easy to get swept up in Roberto Martinez. You can see why, when he met Everton chairman Bill Kenwright for the first time in the summer of 2013, he talked himself into the job that was to be vacated by David Moyes.

The Catalan is a tremendous orator, has bright ideas about soccer and always sets his teams up to play in an expansive, enterprising style.

US investors in talks to buy Everton, says report

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A consortium led by two US technology investors is negotiating to buy Everton Football Club for an estimated £200 million (272 million euros, $297 million), The Times newspaper reported on Wednesday.

The report said the group had signed a preliminary agreement with owner and chairman Bill Kenwright and was checking the club's accounts with the aim of completing a takeover within the next six weeks.

US investors in talks to buy Everton, says report

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A consortium led by two US technology investors is negotiating to buy Everton Football Club for an estimated £200 million (272 million euros, $297 million), The Times newspaper reported on Wednesday.

The report said the group had signed a preliminary agreement with owner and chairman Bill Kenwright and was checking the club's accounts with the aim of completing a takeover within the next six weeks.

John Stones was never going to leave for Chelsea, says Everton chief Bill Kenwright

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John Stones was never going to leave for Chelsea during the transfer window, according to Everton chairman Bill Kenwright. Jose Mourinho's side had...

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Roberto Martinez: John Stones didn’t mean to make transfer request

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Roberto Martinez has suggested Everton defender John Stones did not personally want to lodge the transfer request that the Toffees rejected.

England international Stones is understood to have been the subject of four bids by Barclays Premier League champions Chelsea during this window, yet Everton have remained resolute in their desire to keep the 21-year-old at Goodison Park.

Everton vs Arsenal: Toffees Must Seize Their Champions League Chance

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Back in June 2013, Roberto Martinez was unveiled to the media as Everton's new manager. To his left, the Toffees' wide-eyed chairman Bill Kenwright waxed lyrical over the acquisition of the Catalan, rattling off the credentials that convinced him the former Wigan boss was the right man to take Everton forward.

Everton Dismiss Manchester United’s £36m Bid For Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini

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Everton have dismissed Manchester United's bid of £36million for Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini, according toThe Guardiannewspaper. The revised bid is an improved offer from the £28million that United made 10 days ago. However, the offer is still less than what Everton chairman Bill Kenwright values the players at.

Leighton Baines Has Asked Everton to Agree Deal With Manchester United: Daily Soccer Report

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Leighton Baines has asked Everton to agree a deal with Manchester United, according to an exclusive article inThe Independentnewspaper.

The paper reports that Baines has asked Everton manager Roberto Martinez and club chairman Bill Kenwright to push through a deal so that the left back can play Champions League football.

David Moyes risking the wrath of Everton by his movement in the transfer market

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New Manchester United manager David Moyes runs the trouble of burning his bridges with a club which held him in as high a regard as the man he succeeded at Manchester United this summer.

Everton Players to Possibly Follow Moyes to United

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As David Moyes took the reins as Manchester United boss, speculation is abound that he could look to his old side to strengthen his new one.

The only player that Everton chairman Bill Kenwright seems to have come to terms with losing is Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini. He had 12 goals and seven assists in all competitions this year.

Moyes told to increase bid for target

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Manchester United could still land Everton full-back Leighton Baines, but David Moyes has been told to significantly increase his bid for the England international. United had an initial £12m bid rejected by Everton late on Thursday evening as Everton chairman Bill Kenwright declared Baines was "not for sale at any price".

Everton Exploring Site For Potential New Stadium ‘Close’ to Goodison Park: Nightly Soccer Report

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Everton Football Club are exploring options to build a new ground near Goodison Park in Liverpool.

"We have identified a site close to Goodison and we have a [Liverpool] council at the moment who are extremely positive in their desire to help us," said Everton chairman Bill Kenwright. "If we take forward what we're looking at now, I think you would be happier than sharing with the Reds.

Everton Name Roberto Martinez As Their New Manager

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Everton have announced that former Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has replaced David Moyes as manager of the Toffees.

Everton chairman Bill Kenwright paid Wigan £1.5 million to release Martinez from the final year of his contract and he thinks it is money well spent:

"When David Moyes came to see me 11 years ago we were in a bad state and his first words were: ‘You are not going down'," Kenwright said.

Video: Roberto Martinez has promised Champions League football to Everton

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Roberto Martinez talked himself into the Everton job by promising Champions League football, chairman Bill Kenwright has revealed. Speaking at a press conference yesterday, Kenwright said: "Roberto, almost his first words to me were 'I'll get you in the Champions League', and that is extraordinary for a man who doesn't know much about the football [.

Why Kenwright Was Wrong to Reveal Martinez Will Get Everton Into Champions League

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Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright is sometimes criticized by Evertonians for being out of his league in the way that he manages the club. In a perfect example of this, today he blurted out in the Roberto Martinez press conference that almost the first words out of Martinez's mouth was that the Spaniard will get Everton into the Champions League.

Why Kenwright Was Wrong to Reveal Martinez Will Get Everton Into Champions League

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Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright is sometimes criticized by Evertonians for being out of his league in the way that he manages the club. In a perfect example of this, today he blurted out in the Roberto Martinez press conference that almost the first words out of Martinez's mouth was that the Spaniard will get Everton into the Champions League.

Manchester United Could Announce David Moyes As New Manager Tomorrow, Says BBC

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David Moyes could officially be announced as the new manager of Manchester United tomorrow, to replace Sir Alex Ferguson who today announced his retirement.

Moyes met with Everton chairman Bill Kenwright today in London, where the Scottish manager was rumored to have expressed his desire to leave the Merseyside club.

Everton Chairman Bill Kenwright’s Speech At The Hillsborough Memorial Was Really Rather Fantastic (Video)

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Despite being with the enemy (so to speak), Everton chairman Bill Kenwright gave a really rather fantastic speech at yesterday's Hillsborough Memorial at Anfield, in which he harked back to the days he used to spend in The Kop as a kid and then strummed arpeggios on everybody's heartstrings by thanking the mums of Liverpool and of The 96 for never giving up in their relentless quest for justice.

Everton Error?

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Arsène Wenger has won the double twice with Arsenal but the fans have now turned. Manchester City are the current Premier League champions and yet criticism of Roberto Mancini is growing. But knocking David Moyes? Now you're really on dodgy ground. Unless you're Gary Neville armed with a touchscreen, it's one of those things you just don't do.

David Moyes Refuses To Commit To Everton

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Everton manager David Moyes is out of contract at the end of the season and he has stated that he will put contract talks on hold until the end of the season as he looks to see what progress Everton will make between now and May.

Moyes had previously indicated he would begin discussions with chairman Bill Kenwright over new terms once the January transfer window had closed, but the Everton boss is now prepared to sit and wait until the season has ended.

The Marouane Fellaini Parachute Plan: How Everton Win Even If They Sell the Belgian

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The reality of the situation is that everyone knows Marouane Fellaini is an absolute beast.

You know Marouane Felliani is a beast.

I know Marouane Fellaini is a beast.

Marouane Fellaini knows Marouane Fellaini is a beast.

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Evertonian Frustrations Are Legitimate

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It's easy for casual observers to shrug off or dismiss the Evertonians calls for Bill Kenwright and the rest of the board to get the hell out of the club. It's easy to say, it's just another group of fans whining because times are a little tough, but this situation cannot be easily tossed in to that traditional mold of the displeased football supporter.

Every day at Everton shows why Moyes is such a remarkable boss

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Mirror: Every day at Everton shows why Moyes is such a remarkable boss

The day David Moyes looks for a new challenge away from Goodison Park is the day Everton should be worried. Until then, Moyes will carry on working miracles with a few slip-ups along the way. And he is performing miracles.

How Everton Represent English Football’s Failed Business Model

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If you were after a textbook example of top-flight English football's failed business model, you couldn't go wrong with Everton consistently decent Premier League performers with consistently high home crowds and a consistently money-generating transfer policy. Yet, without a sharp shift in attitude and fortune, financial ruin awaits.

Toffees next in line for take-over?

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News of a takeover any takeover will be perceived very well by supporters of Everton.

Owner Bill Kenwright is a Blue through and through, but he simply does not have the funds to keep the club competing at the level it has previously under manager David Moyes, which has seen the Merseyside club not only lag behind their city rivals Liverpool in spending on new players, but also the rest of the Premier League.

Liverpool Spending £7.5m Per Point

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Liverpool have spent a total of £7.5 million per point in the Barclays Premier League, between last October when the new owners purchased the club and the end of last season, according to the FourFourTwo annual football rich list.
Fenway Sports Group purchased the club last October from previous owners Hicks and Gillett, and have taken the club from being close to ruin to in a stable financial position and capable of challenging for Champions League football.

Tea and Crumpets with Royal Blue Mersey

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Tea and Crumpets has always been a fan of taking the opportunity to talk to opposing fans in an effort to learn a little bit about their strange, quaint ways. To perhaps build a bridge, find a common ground, or if all else fails simply indulge in some good food while snickering at them from behind our hand.

Time is running out at Goodison Park

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When I was a boy, the Merseyside Derby ranked up with those Old Firm games from North of The Border in passion and sheer entertainment. At that time, Everton were no better a team than they are now, and I'll grant you that in those days, Liverpool were the dominant team, not only in England but across the whole of Europe.

Everton refund fans who bought Arteta or Beckford replica shirts – Guardian.co.uk

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For Everton fans, the last few months have represented some of the most depressing times at the Goodison Park club. Saddled with financial woes, and with almost no money to spend in the transfer market, Everton have been forced to sell their top players for several seasons now, culminating in the last minute deals that saw Mikel Arteta and Jermaine Beckford leave the club.

Liverpool Linked Again With Transfer Move For Everton Star

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Everton utility man Seamus Coleman is once again being linked with a surprise move to bitter rivals Liverpool by fanatix.co.uk.
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish worked hard throughout the summer to strengthen his squad and it had appeared as though there would not be anymore transfer activity at Anfiield this season.

Football World: Fans demand to be heard

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Protest seems to be the words on the lips of two sets of fans in the Premier League this week as they have grown tired of their club's plight.
Everton and Blackburn supporters are not known for their militancy, in fact protest goes against Blackburn's sleepy Lancashire town image. Evertonians meanwhile usually see protests as ‘something Liverpool fans do'.

Everton’s Union Blues

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Three years ago, the publication of accounts for the holding companies of Arsenal and Everton provided a stark contrast between clubs who were, at the time covered by those accounts, three places apart in English club football's pecking order. While Arsenal were opening superstores in Vietnam, Everton were forced to outsource their own merchandising due to poor performance.

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Match Preview: Liverpool v. Everton, 10.01.11

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Little introduction needed for tomorrow's match, which marks the 216th Merseyside Derby. Last season's encounter at Goodison was farcical from a Liverpool perspective, with the hosts dominating the match and deservedly earning a 2-0 victory that sent the Reds into the bottom three. Thankfully fortunes have changed, but what's sure to be the same is the fiery temperament that's come to be associated with the match-up, especially in recent years.

EPL Week Four Previews

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Arsenal looks to get back on track. (Getty Images)

By Geoff Reid

Saturday 10th

Arsenal vs Swansea from the Emirates Stadium, London
So many question marks heading into this one for Arsenal. Will their new signings work out? Of course the answer to that will take some time, and we'll see over the course of the season, not just one game.

Toffees stuck in the recession

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It's no secret that Everton have been relatively inactive in the transfer market this summer – and also that this inactivity was not necessarily through choice. It has been revealed by Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright that their hands are tied by the financial constraints of operating in post-recession Britain – and there have been more unsettling words to have come from the man in charge of the Goodison Park purse-strings:

"We've come to a stage with our bank where we just can't borrow any more.

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Blogathon: David Moyes and Everton

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Entering the home straight. And a word for Tweetsport who have been massively supportive of this blogathon.

And they've adopted Alzheimer Scotland's quite stunning Football Memories project as their site charity. All their help has been massively appreciated.

A topic suggested by @nroberts88

I venture south of the border and consider Everton.

Arteta is a gem, but spare a thought for poor sad Everton

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If there is a man in football who seems to love his club and be doing all he can for it, it must be Bill Kenwright, who appears [.