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Despite there being an apparent lack of competition for places in Everton's left-back position for the first team, fans won't be seeing Luke Garbutt any time soon.
The Iceland international admits things have not gone according to plan for him at Everton so far but he believes things will come right for the Blues
There is a lot of negativity towards Ronald Koeman from Everton fans at the moment, and I can understand why he is under so much pressure, writes Kevin Kilbane.
Ronald Koeman was taking the positives from Everton’s ability to grab a late equaliser at Brighton rather than dwelling on the close brush with defeat despite having largely dominated the game.
A 90th-minute penalty by Wayne Rooney salvaged a point at the Amex Stadium but it’s unlikely to ease the pressure on Ronald Koeman.
James McCarthy featured as Everton U23s lost 3-1 to Wolfsburg in the opening fixture of their Premier League International Cup campaign.
Everton Under-18s were ruthless in their 5-1 victory at Sunderland on Saturday.
Everton’s season resumes this Sunday with a run of games to close out October that could have a huge bearing on their season.
Farhad Moshiri and Bill Kenwright reportedly dropped in at USM Finch Farm this week.
Everton U23s defeated Manchester City by the handsome score of 3-0 in their latest Premier League 2 fixture.
Under-23s midfielder, Beni Baningime, has signed a new 2½-year deal with Everton.
Oumar Niasse says that he feels blessed despite his challenges so far at Everton, a positive outlook that has helped him finally settle at the club.
The Goodison legend has thrown a gauntlet down to Everton’s current players, suggesting they lack the stomach for the fight that’s ahead of them
Five Everton players were in England U21s' starting XI as they took on Andorra in European Championship qualifying this evening and Tom Davies got the vital goal in a 1-0 win.
37 but still going strong for Australia, Tim Cahill scored twice as the Socceroos broke Syrian hearts by winning their Asian Federation qualifying playoff in Sydney today.
Iceland have qualified for the 2018 World Cup Finals in Russia thanks to a 2-0 win over Kosovo but there was heartbreak for Ashley Williams and Wales in Cardiff.
Shane Lavery scored the winner as Everton's Under-23s got their Premier League Cup campaign off to a winning start.
Phil Jagielka is hoping to retake his place in Everton’s line-up this coming weekend when Everton face Brighton in the Premier League.
OIivier Giroud has confirmed that he almost made a move from Arsenal to Everton over the summer but ultimately decided to stay put.
James McCarthy is back on Merseyside having been left out of the Republic of Ireland's squad to face Wales tomorrow evening.
The exciting 19-year-old was interviewed at his new home in Liverpool to talk about his love of hometown, Split, and his eventual move to England after turning other suitors down last year.
Michael Keane played the full 90 minutes in Vilnius this evening as England edged Lithuania 1-0 to round out their World Cup qualifying campaign.
The Irishman talks about his career, which, of course, included a stint at Everton where he scored one of the most important goals in the club's history and his progression to the legal profession which has brought him back to Goodison Park.
Yannick Bolasie has expressed his gratitude for the support he has received through 10 months of recovery and says he can’t wait to return to action.
Steve Walsh says that new Everton signings Michael Keane and Jordan Pickford have what it takes to form the bedrock of the national side in years to come
Thomas Vermaelen says that his former boss, Ronald Koeman, has the experience and know-how to turn things around at Goodison Park.
Nikola Vlasic has held his hand up with regard to his involvement in Burnley's goal yesterday but maintains that things will get better for the Blues.
Everton's major shareholder, Farhad Moshiri, has apparently given his backing to Ronald Koeman as the manager struggles to turn around the team's poor start to the season.
Chris Sutton thinks time is up for Ronald Koeman. He does not believe the Dutchman will still be in charge at Goodison Park after the International break.
Ronald Koeman put the blame on his players’ inability to create enough chances for their failure to beat Burnley.
Everton head into the international break in dejected mood as a changed line-up went down to Jeff Hendrick's first-half strike
Something about Ronald Koeman has never sat right at Goodison Park, writes Tony Evans. The Dutchman does not seem to understand the culture of Everton, a place where the "School of Science" self-image still lingers.