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Warburton comments on chances of Forest signing Dowell from Everton permanently

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Nottingham Forest manager Mark Warburton has spoken highly of Everton loanee Kieran Dowell, but suggested that it is unlikely that the Championship side will be able to land the midfielder permanently.

The England under-21 international is highly rated at Goodison Park but was farmed out to the City Ground as first-team football on Merseyside was not forthcoming this season.

We CAN have a good season but only if Arsenal fans support the team completely

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Arsene Wenger is facing Everton away today with only one point from our four first matches as the visiting team, but with the Toffees having an awful start to the season we should surely be in line to break our duck this afternoon. But Wenger insists that the only way we can get back on [...]

Manchester City seeking Monday night revenge

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Two sides who won their opening league games face off on Monday. Manchester City came away 2-0 winners over newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion. Everton are currently on a good run of form after beating Stoke City and then Hajduk Split in the first leg of the Europa League qualification playoffs.

Premier League 2017-18: Manchester United to win title, Jesus to top goalscoring charts

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The 2017-18 Premier League season is only a matter of days away from starting and the hype around the upcoming campaign is fully justified.

With more top-quality players arriving on British shores over the summer, the top teams refining their squads and a number of interesting sub-plots, fans are right to get excited about the action returning.

Rooney nets on Everton return in Africa friendly

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Dar es Salaam (AFP) – Wayne Rooney marked his first game back in an Everton jersey with a goal in a friendly against Kenya’s Gor Mahia in Tanzania on Thursday.

England’s record goalscorer was making his first appearance since he rejoined his boyhood club from Manchester United last week on a free transfer after 13 years at Old Trafford.

Everton prepare £20m bid for Olivier Giroud

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Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud is a surprise transfer target for Everton, according to The Sun. The Toffees have been splashing the cash in the early...

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Everton and Swansea ready to battle for South American, Welsh side make contact

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Everton and Swansea City are among a host of Premier League clubs looking at PSV Eindhoven right-back Santiago Arias this summer, according to The Daily Star.

The Colombia international has won two Eredivisie titles in his time in Holland, with the 25-year-old’s enterprising front-foot play catching the attention of plenty of suitors.

Everton boss Koeman eyes audacious £15m move for West Ham star

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Everton are among a number of prominent European clubs tracking West Ham United midfielder Pedro Obiang this summer, according to The Mirror.

The Toffees secured Europa League football for next season with a seventh-placed Premier League finish in 2016-17 and Ronald Koeman is set to splash the cash over the next few months.

Everton star a £16 million target for Manchester United

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly eyeing a new right-back to bolster his first-team squad, with a £16 million offer for Everton defender Seamus Coleman on the cards, according to The Mirror.

The Republic of Ireland international is well-respected and an important player at Goodison Park, with the full-back one of the Premier League’s best in his position on the front foot.

Progress report on Everton’s first four matches of the Premier League season

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It's been better than last season for Everton, which is a positive. An opening day draw to Watford rekindled unfortunate memories of the previous term, but the Toffees showed what they are capable of with a rousing performing on the road at Southampton, swatting Saints aside with a wonderful 3-0 win.

Wayne Rooney Lines Out For Everton Again, 13 Years After First Donning The Famous Blue Jersey…

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Wayne Rooney donned the famous blue of Everton once again on Sunday, with the Manchester United star taking part in Duncan Ferguson's testimonial at Goodison Park.

Rooney came on to a standing ovation to play the last 15 minutes of the game against Villarreal, some 15 years after he burst onto the scene for the Toffees.

The most important signing Everton manager Roberto Martinez needs to make this summer

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Blunted, possession-based football is a problem thathas hampered Everton throughout almost the entirety of the 2014/15 season.

Any side in the division that doesn't have the offensive incision required to control the game away from home has adopted a similar tactic when visiting Goodison Park this season: sit deep, cordon off spaces and let the Toffees play themselves into trouble.

The most important signing Everton manager Roberto Martinez needs to make this summer

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Blunted, possession-based football is a problem thathas hampered Everton throughout almost the entirety of the 2014/15 season.

Any side in the division that doesn't have the offensive incision required to control the game away from home has adopted a similar tactic when visiting Goodison Park this season: sit deep, cordon off spaces and let the Toffees play themselves into trouble.

Steven Gerrard looking forward to playing in his final Liverpool-Everton derby

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard will run out at Goodison Park for his final Premier League Merseyside derby with a clear message to his Everton detractors: "Bring it on."

Gerrard has been the target of abuse from the blue half of the city from almost the moment he made his debut in 1999.

He even "had some stick" from an Everton supporter earlier this week but confessed he enjoyed the banter with Toffees fans even if dealing with terrace chants and the odd barbed comment will be an issue he leaves behind for his team-mates when he moves to Major League Soccer.

Steven Gerrard looking forward to playing in his final Liverpool-Everton derby

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard will run out at Goodison Park for his final Premier League Merseyside derby with a clear message to his Everton detractors: "Bring it on."

Gerrard has been the target of abuse from the blue half of the city from almost the moment he made his debut in 1999.

He even "had some stick" from an Everton supporter earlier this week but confessed he enjoyed the banter with Toffees fans even if dealing with terrace chants and the odd barbed comment will be an issue he leaves behind for his team-mates when he moves to Major League Soccer.

Roberto Martinez Tries to Diffuse Kevin Mirallas Penalty Controversy

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Everton manager Roberto Martinez insists there is no issue with Kevin Mirallas missing a penalty which should have been taken by Leighton Baines.

Baines has missed just one of his 16 spot-kicks for the Toffees but allowed Mirallas to have the honor against West Brom and watched as the Belgium international hit the outside of the post a minute before half-time.

Roberto Martinez Tries to Diffuse Kevin Mirallas Penalty Controversy

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Everton manager Roberto Martinez insists there is no issue with Kevin Mirallas missing a penalty which should have been taken by Leighton Baines.

Baines has missed just one of his 16 spot-kicks for the Toffees but allowed Mirallas to have the honor against West Brom and watched as the Belgium international hit the outside of the post a minute before half-time.

Sylvester Stallone To Special Deliver Half-Time Motivational Speech At Goodison Park Tonight

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Having first visited Goodison parkseemingly of out the blue in 2007 as the guest of a business associate, Everton's least likely celebrity fan, Mr Sylvester Stallone, is to grace the stadium once again tonight alongside one of his latest co-stars, Liverpudlian boxer (and Toffees fan) Tony Belew.

Everton Faces an Ideal Opportunity to Accrue Some Vital Impetus in Clash Against City

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That's right, for Everton—who have lost four consecutive Premier League games—a match against Manchester City—the in-form, reigning champions—is the ideal game to breath some life back into their stuttering campaign.

Still with me? As is obvious already, the aforementioned premise isn't based entirely upon recent tangible evidence.

Everton Faces an Ideal Opportunity to Accrue Some Vital Impetus in Clash Against City

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That's right, for Everton—who have lost four consecutive Premier League games—a match against Manchester City—the in-form, reigning champions—is the ideal game to breath some life back into their stuttering campaign.

Still with me? As is obvious already, the aforementioned premise isn't based entirely upon recent tangible evidence.

Collective Effort Needed to Awaken Everton from Their Midseason Slumber

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Evertonians sampled defeat for the second successive Boxing Day on home soil, but unlike a year ago, there were major concerns emitting from those supporters in attendance and in the following hours on social media.

Last season, Everton—reduced to 10 men early on—laid siege to the Sunderland goal at Goodison Park, with Vito Manonne producing a match-winning display for his side.

Collective Effort Needed to Awaken Everton from Their Midseason Slumber

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Evertonians sampled defeat for the second successive Boxing Day on home soil, but unlike a year ago, there were major concerns emitting from those supporters in attendance and in the following hours on social media.

Last season, Everton—reduced to 10 men early on—laid siege to the Sunderland goal at Goodison Park, with Vito Manonne producing a match-winning display for his side.

Watch Everton 3-1 QPR Match Highlights [VIDEO]

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Ross Barkley is confident that Everton can now kick on in the Barclays Premier League following a 3-1 victory over struggling QPR.

Barkley put the Toffees on their way in the 33rd minute when he netted his first goal of the season in spectacular fashion and Kevin Mirallas made it two before half-time, with Steven Naismith adding a third eight minutes after the break.

Watch Everton 3-1 QPR Match Highlights [VIDEO]

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Ross Barkley is confident that Everton can now kick on in the Barclays Premier League following a 3-1 victory over struggling QPR.

Barkley put the Toffees on their way in the 33rd minute when he netted his first goal of the season in spectacular fashion and Kevin Mirallas made it two before half-time, with Steven Naismith adding a third eight minutes after the break.

Everton Youngsters Earn Praise From Roberto Martinez

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Roberto Martinez felt Everton's youngsters seized their chance to impress despite a 1-0 defeat by Krasnodar in the Europa League.

With the Toffees already guaranteed to top Group H ahead of the final game and their Russian opponents eliminated, Martinez took the opportunity to showcase the latest "diamonds" to come off a production line that launched the careers of Wayne Rooney and Ross Barkley.

Everton Youngsters Earn Praise From Roberto Martinez

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Roberto Martinez felt Everton's youngsters seized their chance to impress despite a 1-0 defeat by Krasnodar in the Europa League.

With the Toffees already guaranteed to top Group H ahead of the final game and their Russian opponents eliminated, Martinez took the opportunity to showcase the latest "diamonds" to come off a production line that launched the careers of Wayne Rooney and Ross Barkley.

Roberto Martinez Looking On the Bright Side at Everton

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Everton boss Roberto Martinez feels his side need to "sharpen up" but insists there should not be too negative a view taken of how they have been faring recently.

Martinez was disappointed the Toffees were held to a 1-1 Barclays Premier League home draw by Hull on Wednesday, a game which they initially dominated before showing some defensive sloppiness and fading as time went on.

Roberto Martinez Looking On the Bright Side at Everton

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Everton boss Roberto Martinez feels his side need to "sharpen up" but insists there should not be too negative a view taken of how they have been faring recently.

Martinez was disappointed the Toffees were held to a 1-1 Barclays Premier League home draw by Hull on Wednesday, a game which they initially dominated before showing some defensive sloppiness and fading as time went on.

Everton Continue To Impress In Europe, As James McCarthy and Romelu Lukaku Shine

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The current campaign was always going to be a season of firsts for Everton. For Roberto Martinez, that was the case on a number of fronts, with the Catalonian having to deal with European football and all the accompanying connotations for the first time in his career. The players too had to get into an unfashionable routine of playing Thursday and Sunday matches, a combination that sides have struggled with in well documented fashion in seasons gone by.

Everton’s Key Men Must Rediscover Form Amid Current Injury Crisis

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As domestic and European football rolls back around, the upcoming block of fixtures is important for all those concerned with Everton Football Club.

For the team it's criticalthat results take a turn for the better after a difficult start and for the supporters, the prospect of the upcoming Europa League jaunt to Lille is an exciting and long awaited one.

Everton’s Start To The Season Has Been Naive, Inept And Utterly Inexcusable

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During his time as Swansea City manager in the second and third tiers of English football, Roberto Martinez will have witnessedmyriad examples ofpoor defending. But you can bet thatin allthe matches he's stood on the sidelines for at the Liberty Stadium,the Catalanwill have sampled few defensive displays as deplorable as the one served up by his Everton side on Tuesday evening in their 3-0 defeat.

Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

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By IVES GALARCEP

Tim Howard and Everton have seen two leads disappear in their first two games of the English Premier League season, and the search for that first win of the campaign will only get tougher as the Toffees square off today against Chelsea.

Jose Mourinho's side is off to a perfect start, and will head to Goodison Park looking to go 3-0 by beating an Everton squad that looked impressive against Arsenal before squandering a 2-0 lead and settling for a 2-2 tie last week.

Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

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By IVES GALARCEP

Tim Howard may be taking a break from the U.S. Men's National Team, but he will still have plenty of big games to keep him busy over the next year with Everton.

The first of those tough tests awaits today against high-flying Arsenal. The Gunners come in off a last-minute victory in their opener, and they face a Toffees side that will be desperate to avoid starting the season off by dropping points in two straight matches.

Everton Unveil New 2014/15 Home Kit With Umbro Back In The Saddle (Photos)

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By Chris Wright

Inspired by the home strip worn by Everton when they won the Barcelona Cup in Spain in 1924, the year Umbro was founded, here be the lovely new home kit in which the Toffees will play as of next season...

Yep, love it.

God bless you, Umbro. Long may you reign.

Everton’s Fight For Final Fourth Place Is Driven By Its Never-Say-Die Attitude

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Everton seems to be a team that does not want to give up its goal of qualifying for Europe. With a 3-0 win over Newcastle United at St. James Park on Tuesday and a 3-1 away win against Fulham on Sunday, Everton has leaped over Tottenham into 5th place. And now Everton will be relishing this Sunday's game against Arsenal where a win would put the Toffees one point behind the Gunners, with the Toffees having one game in hand over Arsenal.

Americans Abroad: Tuesday Rewind

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By FRANCO PANIZO

For Tim Howard and Everton, Tuesday could not have been much been better.

The Toffees leapfrogged Tottenham and further solidified their place in next season's European competition by going on the road and picking up a 3-0 win against Newcastle United.

GIF It: Daniel Sturridge scores his second goal (Liverpool 3-0 Everton)

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Daniel Sturridge has grabbed his second goal in a matter of minutes to give Liverpool a 3-0 lead over local rivals Everton. The Toffees defence was beaten by a simple, straight ball. Sturridge got himself on the end of it and lobbed the ball over Tim Howard. Hard to see a way back for Roberto [...]

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Americans Abroad: Weekend Preview

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By FRANCO PANIZO

Tim Howard and Everton have conceded three goals in back-to-back games, and things are not about to get any easier for them.

Looking to return to winning ways after dropping their last two games across all competitions by a combined scored of 6-2, the Toffees will be hoping that their defense puts forth an improved outing when they go on the road to face rivals Liverpool on Saturday.

Americans Abroad: Weekend Preview

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By FRANCO PANIZO

If a short turnaround did not already make things difficult enough for Tim Howard, his opponent this weekend surely will.

Coming off a strong performance in the U.S. Men's National Team's 2-0 defeat to Ukraine on Wednesday, Howard will look to lead Everton into battle as the Toffees visit Arsenal in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.

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Koeman confident Sigurdsson deal will go through

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Ronald Koeman believes it won’t be long before Swansea playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson is on his way to Goodison Park.

The Toffees have had two offers for Sigurdsson rejected, with Welsh club Swansea believed to be holding out for a fee of some £50 million (55 million euro, $65 million) from their Premier League rivals.