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Everton power past Brentford to claim first League victory

Everton finally registered their first win of the season and eventually did it in what was comfortable fashion with Dominic Calvert-Lewin coming off the bench to score his first goal of the campaign to secure the points.

Everton hope to renegotiate Dele terms to suit all parties

Sean Dyche has revealed that Kevin Thelwell will seek talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over the terms of Everton's deal for Dele Alli as the midfielder continues working towards making his Premier League comeback.

Goalkeeper Billy Crellin signs a new 2-year contract

Billy Crellin, Everton's reserve keeper behind Joao Virginia, has signed a new 2-year contract with the club.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘This Spiral of Despair’

Plenty of gallows humour following Everton's abject display against Arsenal as the crew ponder where it leaves the team ahead of three hugely important Premier League fixtures amid the potential takeover by 777 Partners.

Everton receive 'sizeable loan' from 777 Partners

Everton's prospective new owners 777 Partners have reportedly fronted the club £20m by way of a bridging loan while they wait for the Premier League to ratify their purchase of the club.

Everton 0 - 1 Arsenal

Arsenal do enough against lifeless Everton

Everton slumped to a third successive home defeat of the new season with a weak display that saw them barely test the Gunners before going down to a solitary second-half goal

Sale of Everton to 777 Partners agreed

Everton Football Club announced today that 777 Partners have signed an agreement with Farhad Moshiri to acquire his full stake in club, which accounts for 94.1% of the club’s shares.

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