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Benitez finally announced as Ancelotti's successor at Everton

30 June

Everton have finally confirmed Rafael Benitez as the club’s new manager, a little over four weeks after Carlo Ancelotti abruptly left Goodison Park for Real Madrid.

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Farhad Moshiri: Why we wanted Rafa

30 June

Farhad Moshiri answers soft questions pitched to him by some anonymous interlocutor at the club, as presented on the Oficial Everton Website.

Pickford brilliance helps England topple Germany

29 June

Jordan Pickford was one of the stars of the show as England triumphed over Germany in a knockout game for the first time since 1996, winning this Round of 16 game 2-0 at Wembley.

Benitez set to be confirmed as new Everton manager

29 June

Updated Rafael Benitez is expected to be unveiled as the latest incumbent of the Everton manager's job on Wednesday after journalists were briefed this evening that the Spaniard has completed negotiations on a three-year deal.

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Pickford-Neuer Comparison


Ahead of Tuesday's Euro 2020 match between England and Germany, The Telegraph provides this comparative analysis of the two goalkeepers who could exert a massive influence on the result.

King: Ancelotti lied to me

28 June

Josh King has expressed his disappointment at what he says were broken promises from Carlo Ancelotti when he signed for Everton in the winter transfer window.

Everton Academy goalkeeper Nico Hansen joins Swansea City

28 June

Everton academy goalkeeper, Nico Defreitas-Hansen, has joined Swansea City on a free transfer, subject to international clearance, after his contract with the Blues expired.

Everton U21s will be in Group A of next season's EFL Trophy

24 June

Everton will field a team of Under-21 players from their Category A Academy as one of 16 senior clubs participating in the variously named EFL Trophy.

Digne cameo cut short by injury

23 June

Lucas Digne's second appearance at Euro 2020 lasted all of five minutes after the full-back was forced off with an injury.

Everton to play Man Utd in pre-season friendly

22 June

Everton will complete their preparations for the 2021-22 Premier League season with a pre-season friendly against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday 7 August, kick-off at 5pm BST.

Pickford keeps third clean sheet as England progress

22 June

Jordan Pickford made his third start of Euro 2020 between the sticks for England but Dominic Calvert-Lewin had to watch on from the bench as Gareth Southgate's men did enough to edge the Czech Republic.

Kyle John signs a new 2-year contract extension

21 June

Everton U23s centre-back, Kyle John, has signed a new 2-year deal that extends his contract through June 2023.

Mina own goal condemns Colombia to defeat

20 June

A second-half own goal by Yerry Mina unfortunately proved decisive in Colombia's clash with Peru in the Copa America tonight.

Joe Anderson signs new 1-year contract

19 June

Everton Academy centre-back, 20-year-old Joe Anderson has signed a new 1-year contract that runs until the end of June 2022.

Another clean sheet for Pickford in bore draw with Scotland

18 June

As expected, Jordan Pickford started England's second Group D game at the European Championships this evening and he made one key save in a goalless draw against the Scots.

Nathan Broadhead signs a new 2-year contract extension

18 June

Everton U23s striker, Nathan Broadhead, has signed a new 2-year deal that extends his contract through June 2023.

Richarlison bags Brazil's fourth in romp over Peru

17 June

The Everton forward came on at half-time and ended with the game with an assist and a goal as the Copa America hosts beat Peru 4-0 to remain top of Group A while Colombia were held goalless by Venezuela.

Reports: Benitez in the frame to become new Everton manager

16 June

Rafael Benitez has re-emerged as a candidate for the Everton manager's job amid suggestions that the club's talks with Nuno Espirito Santo have stalled.

Premier League fixtures announced

16 June

Everton will kick off the new Premier League campaign at home to Southampton following the release of the 2021-22 fixtures.

Everton begin preliminary work at Bramley-Moore Dock

14 June

Everton have begun preliminary inspection work at Bramley-Moore Dock in anticipation of construction work on the new stadium beginning in earnest later this year.

Everton duo feature as England begin Euro 2020 with a win

13 June

Jordan Pickford was in goal and Dominic Calvert-Lewin made a brief entrance as a late substitute as England edged Croatia in their Group D opener at Wembley.

Nuno on the verge of becoming new Everton boss

11 June

Everton are reportedly close to appointing Nuno Espirito Santo as their next manager, with the final negotiations over a three-year contract expected to be concluded over the weekend.

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Everton and the European dream of conquering America’s sports market

10 June

To coincide with the release of Toffee Soccer, the book on Everton's links with North America, The Guardian take a look at the club's escalating efforts to increase their footprint in the growing market for football across The Pond.

Good results for South American duo in qualifiers

9 June

Richarlison and Yerry Mina were in World Cup-qualifying action last night as Brazil beat Paraguay and Colombia grabbed what could prove to be an important draw in Argentina.

Everton duo start in England warm-up match

6 June

Ben Godfrey was handed his first senior start for England and Dominic Calvert-Lewin got a further chance to impress up front as Gareth Southgate’s men played Romania.

King one of five confirmed departures

4 June

Everton won't be taking up any option to retain Josh King beyond his initial six-month term and Robin Olsen returns to Roma, joining Muhamed Besic, Yannick Bolasie and Theo Walcott in being released from the first-team squad this month.

Mina on target for Colombia in World Cup qualifying

3 June

Yerry Mina scored his first international goal since the 2018 World Cup to set Colombia on their way to an important 3-0 win over Peru in the CONMEBOL region tonight.

Reports: Everton to hold talks with Nuno

2 June

Everton are reportedly set to open talks with former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo after installing him alongside David Moyes as a preferred candidate to replace Carlo Ancelotti.

Godfrey makes England bow in win over Austria

02 June

England played Austria tonight in a warm-up for the upcoming European Championships and it afforded Gareth Southgate the opportunity to hand Ben Godfrey his first England cap.

Everton announce participation in 2021 Florida Cup

2 June

Everton have revealed plans to travel to the United States this summer to face Arsenal, Inter Milan and Colombian giants Millonarios in the 2021 Florida Cup.

Simms to be offered a contract extension

2 June

Everton will reportedly seek to tie Ellis Simms to extended terms now that his loan spell with Blackpool is over.

Ancelotti makes shock return to Real Madrid

1 June

Less than 18 months after he joined Everton as a surprise managerial appointment to succeed Marco Silva, Carlo Ancelotti has abruptly left Goodison Park to return to Real Madrid, the club that sacked him six years ago.

Defender Con Ouzoundis leaves the U23s

1 June

Australian defender Con Ouzounidis, who has been a fixture in the Under-23s side for the last four seasons, has reached the end of his Everton Academy career.

Colombia manager explains James Rodriguez decision

31 May

The head coach of the Colombia national team has explained his decision to "sacrifice" James Rodriguez from his squad for this summer's Copa America, one that appears to have been at odds with the assessment of Everton's medical staff.

Moise Kean fails to make the Italy national squad

30 May

Moise Kean, who has had a very impressive season with PSG on loan from Everton, has failed to make the Italy squad for Euro 2021.

Rodriguez left out of Colombia squad for Copa America

28 May

James Rodriguez has expressed his extreme disappointment at the fact that he won't be participating in this summer's Copa America after all following a determination by the Colombian national team that he isn't fit enough.

Ellis Simms all set for big Wembley game

28 May

Everton's young protege, Ellis Simms, is expected to play a vital role for his loan club Blackpool as they take on Lincoln City in the League One play-off final at Wembley on Sunday afternoon, with promotion to The Championship as the precious prize.

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James Vaughan announces his retirement from football at the age of 32

28 May

Former Everton Academy striker James Vaughan, has announced his retirement from football at the age of 32, with Tranmere Rovers being his last club.

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How did things go so wrong this season for the Toffees?

26 May

Richard Jolly writes at FourFourTwo about how Carlo Ancelotti's Everton went from European hopefuls to mid-table obscurity in a 'pitiful' 2021

Pennington signs off after 15 years at Everton

26 May

Matthew Pennington is embarking on the next phase of his career after being released by Everton.

Godfrey included in provisional England squad

25 May

Ben Godfrey has been recognised for his stellar debut season at Everton by being named in Gareth Southgate's provisional squad for Euro 2020.

Everton's collapse complete with humiliation by City

23 May

Everton’s dramatic descent from the heady heights of second place on Boxing Day culminated in a comprehensive thrashing by the Champions at the Etihad Stadium that condemned the Blues to a desperately disappointing 10th-place finish.

Everton among clubs pushing for Rebel Six points deduction

22 May

A story in the Daily Mail claims that Everton, West Ham and Newcastle are leading the push for the Premier League to punish the six clubs who sought to join the defunct European Super League

Manchester City vs Everton

22 May

Everton go into the final match of the 2020-21 season with European football still within their grasp but in the knowledge they will probably need to pull off a surprise victory at Manchester City in order to seize it.

Everton CEO joins Government’s panel to review football

22 May

Denise Barrett-Baxendale has been invited to join an advisory panel which will provide expert advice to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport's fan-led review of football governance.'

Calvert-Lewin is Everton Player of the Year for 2020-21

21 May

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been named both the Everton Players’ Player and Fans’ Player of the Year for his breakout season that has seen him record the best goals tally of his career and cement a place in the England squad.

Ancelotti expects further progress next season with James on board

22 May

Carlo Ancelotti says that 2020-21 has been a good season for Everton regardless of what happens on Sunday and he is predicting that his team will be up there competing among the top places again next season.

Ancelotti pinpoints goalscoring wide-man as key summer target

21 May

Carlo Ancelotti says that he and Marcel Brands have a plan for the close season transfer market and he revealed one particular kind of player that Everton will be after.

Everton named on three 'Sunday Times Top 100' employer lists

21 May

Everton FC has been named one of the best places to work in the UK for the fourth year running.

Everton are back in black for 2021-22

21 May

Everton have unveiled the first new kit for next season by giving supporters their first look at the 2021-21 away kit which replicates for the first time the famous "Black Watch" outfits from the 1881-82 season

Unsworth believes 'the future is bright' for Charlie Whitaker

21 May

David Unsworth believes 'the future is bright' for teenage goalscoring sensation Charlie Whitaker.

James ruled out again

21 May

Everton will be without James Rodriguez and Seamus Coleman when they travel to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday for the final game of the season.

Rodriguez absence causing consternation in Colombia

20 May

James Rodriguez’s latest no-show in the Everton line-up is apparently “concerning” his international manager, Colombia boss Reinaldo Rueda who fears the club are trying to ensure he doesn’t participate in this summer’s Copa America.

Richarlison header keeps Everton in hunt for Europe

19 May

Everton rounded off their 2020-21 home campaign with only their second League win at Goodison Park of the calendar year as they edged Wolves by a single goal to keep their European hopes alive.

Simms brace puts Seasiders on brink of play-off final

18 May

Ellis Simms scored twice for Blackpool in the first of the League One play-off semi-finals as they beat Oxford United 3-0 at the Kassam Stadium this evening.

Everton vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

18 May

Everton will look to try and end an increasingly disappointing season in positive fashion, beginning with their final home game of the campaign when Wolves come to town tomorrow evening.

Walcott's departure from Everton confirmed with Saints deal

18 May

Theo Walcott has said his goodbyes to Everton after he agreed a two-year contract with his boyhood club Southampton.

'I'm not a magician!' – Ancelotti says character and quality needs to improve

18 May

Carlo Ancelotti has reiterated the need to improve Everton’s squad this summer but stresses much more character will be demanded of his existing players if the club is to progress next season.

Ancelotti looking at another summer of upgrades

17 May

Carlo Ancelotti suggests that Everton don’t have the personnel to play anything other than the defensively-solid game based on direct attacking play that he has employed for much of this season.

Clueless and pathetic, Everton lose to relegated Blades

16 May

Everton’s abject home form sunk to new depths this evening as they lost at Goodison Park for the ninth time this season in pitiful fashion to the worst team in the Premier League.

Everton vs Sheffield United

16 May

Everton are back at Goodison Park for the penultimate time this season knowing that a dramatic improvement in their home form could yet carry them into Europe.

Ancelotti: We should be embarrassed

16 May

Carlo Ancelotti says that both he and his players need to take responsibility for what he says was Everton’s worst performance yet at home this season.

U18s end season on a high against the Barcodes

15 May

Everton U18s secured a handsome win 4-2 away at Newcastle to confirm 5th place in the final U18s Premier League table.

Keane encouraged by Southgate call but time before the Euros is short

15 May

Michael Keane has revealed that he called England manager Gareth Southgate to understand why he was omitted from the national squad in March.

Covid-19 tests strongly recommended for attendance of Wolves game

14 May

Supporters selected by Everton from the ballot of season ticket holders to attend the club's final home game of the season are being strongly advised to take a lateral flow test prior to the game.

Inspiration in short supply as Everton squander opportunity at Villa

13 May

Everton dropped vital points in what was their game in hand over some key rivals for European qualification when they couldn’t find a way past Aston Villa at Villa Park this evening.

Aston Villa vs Everton

12 May

With their European hopes very much alive following their narrow victory at West Ham on Sunday, Everton are on the road again as they travel to Aston Villa looking for what would be a club record-equalling 12th away win of the season

Ancelotti: Everton do not need to sell to buy

13 May

Carlo Ancelotti has indicated that he and Marcel Brands are aligned over what Everton have to do in the transfer market this summer in order to improve the squad and laughed off the notion that the club might be sanctioned over financial fair play rules in view of the failed Super League.

Connolly and Adeniran bid farewell to Everton

12 May

Callum Connolly and Denis Adeniran will be seeking new long-term clubs this summer after being released by Everton.

Everton sign partnership deal with Sokin

11 May

Everton have signed up fintech innovators Sokin as its Official Global Payments Partner, the club have announced.

Everton get go-ahead for fans to attend Wolves game

10 May

Everton will be allowed to admit up to 6,500 supporters to Goodison Park when they face Wolves on 19th May in line with the Government's roadmap out of the prolonged COVID-19 shutdown.

Everton victorious in the Capital again as European push remains alive

9 May

Everton ground out yet another gritty away win by a solitary goal, picking up three potentially huge points at rivals for Europe, West Ham, owing to Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s 21st strike of the season.

Ancelotti happy with 'vital victory'

11 May

Carlo Ancelotti was pleased with his players’ reaction to last week’s disappointing performance against Aston Villa as they toppled European qualification rivals, West Ham, at the London Stadium.

U18s come off worst of seven goals against Sunderland

8 May

Everton U18s came off worst in their Under-18 Premier League match against Sunderland at Finch Farm on Saturday afternoon, losing 3-4

West Ham United vs Everton

7 May

Everton enter the Last Chance Saloon where their European hopes are concerned as they travel to the London Stadium to face West Ham.

Everton announce season ticket process for 2021-22

7 May

Everton have confirmed Season Ticket renewals for the 2021/22 season will commence later this month.

Everton U23s wrap up Season with Whitaker Hat-trick

7 May

Everton U23s brought their PL2 season to a close with another resounding victory over Southampton

Branthwaite needs surgery on ankle injury

4 May

Since we reported 2 weeks ago that Jarrad Branthwaite was unable to ply for his loan club, Blackburn Rovers, it has now been decided that he should have surgery on his injured ankle.

U18s can't lay a glove on rampant Man City

4 May

Everton U18s crashed to a 4-0 defeat at home to Manchester City after beating them recently with a last-minute goal in the FA Youth Cup at the City Stadium.

Ancelotti ‘frustrated’ by Everton’s erratic form

4 May

Carlo Ancelotti has expressed his annoyance with his players’ apparent lack of focus and their inability to produce at Goodison Park anything close to their away form.

U23s subject Saints to a goalfest at St Mary's

3 May

Everton U23s blew away Southampton on Monday when they scored 5 very nice goals with no reply.

Price is the latest long-term injury woe in the Academy

3 May

Everton youngster Issac Price is slated to miss the rest of the season with a stress fracture of the hip.

Outplayed once more, Everton stumble again in chase for Europe

1 May

Everton served up another awful home performance that further diminishes their Europa League hopes as Villa out-shone them to win at Goodison Park.

Everton vs Aston Villa

1 May

Everton are back at Goodison Park this evening looking for a first home win since the start of March in order to press their claims for European qualification.

Ancelotti critical of Everton's spirit and work-rate

1 May

Carlo Ancelotti was more forceful than usual in his criticism of Everton’s performance after yet another home defeat, this time to Aston Villa.

U18s secure a fine win at Wolves

1 May

Everton U18s secured a fine win at Wolves with a team that included a number of young players who are on the fast-track to stardom at Everton Academy.

Allan: Everton feels like home

29 April

Allan says he would happy to stay with Everton beyond the terms of the three-year deal signed with the club last summer.

Young Blues find West Brom a Youth Cup tie too far

27 April

Everton U18s travelled to The Hawthorns this evening to face West Brom for a quarter-final matchup in the FA Youth Cup that was ultimately edged by a stronger home side despite Everton having taken the lead through Mills.

Everton U23s held to a draw with Brighton

24 April

Everton U23s secured a creditable draw against Brighton & Hove Albion in Premier League 2 on Saturday.

Small boutique hotel near Bramley-Moore Dock approved

25 April

Liverpool City Council have approved plans for the conversion of an old vacent warehouse into a 9-bedroom hotel at 66 Regents Road, opposite Bramley-Moore Dock

A message from the CEO

23 April

Denise Barrett-Baxendale sent this message to Everton fans before Friday night's game at Arsenal

Everton gifted first win at Arsenal since 1996

23 April

Everton won at Arsenal for the first time in 25 years to move back into European contention but it took a dreadful error by Bernd Leno to push them over the line after another bafflingly lethargic performance.

Ancelotti: We got back some points we have deserved

23 April

Carlo Ancelotti hailed an important result after Everton buried a 25-year hoodoo on Arsenal’s home turf but he admitted his side was perhaps fortunate to take all three points.

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After the Super League fiasco: five reforms that could save the game

22 April

"These changes could help to fix football, from fairer distribution of money to giving fans more power," writes David Conn.

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After the Super League fiasco: we have one last chance to reclaim English football

22 April

"The proposed breakaway European Super League may have ended, for now, in an embarrassing defeat for ultra-rich clubs, but it has revealed how close English football is to the brink. Our nation has no real control over our national game. Our great clubs could be taken from us in a heartbeat. This is our last chance to act."

Arsenal vs Everton

22 April

Against the backdrop of still-simmering resentment at and recriminations over the failed Super League and the actions of the Shameless Six, Everton return to action on the pitch on Friday evening against one of the pariah clubs in the form of Arsenal

Ancelotti calls for more consultation from football’s power brokers

22 April

Carlo Ancelotti says the proposed Super League fell flat on its face because the clubs involved were wrong about the concept, largely as a consequence of not canvassing the supporters, managers or players over whether it would even be a good idea.

Everton seek Council approval for hydraulic tower plans

22 April

Everton have outlined its plans to breathe new life into the derelict hydraulic tower on the site of its proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock in an application for Listed Building Consent submitted to Liverpool City Council.

Branthwaite the latest to join the walking wounded

22 April

Jarrad Branthwaite's season has come to a premature end after he suffered a serious injury while on loan with Blackburn Rovers.

Masters makes first moves to limit influence of the rebel six

21 April

The domestic response to an attempt by six Premier League clubs to form a breakaway Super League has begun with moves to strip executives from five of the clubs involved from various influential sub-committees.

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‘Back to normal’ will simply not suffice: the Super League 12 need to be punished

21 April

European football’s dirty dozen must not be allowed to slip back into their routines. Now is the time to get vindictive

Brands agrees to a contract extension with Everton

21 April

Everton's Director of Football, Marcel Brands, has agreed terms on an extension to his current contract with the club

Kick-off times for Villa (H) and West Ham (A) confirmed

21 April

Everton's next two fixtures after Friday have now been scheduled and broadcasters confirmed.

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Big Nev: Super League will be back again because greed in football is not new

21 April

"The owners got to the top precisely by stamping on the little ones so why is everyone surprised when they want more power and more cash?" asks Everton great Neville Southall.

Coleman: 'Times like these make you so proud to be part of Everton'

21 April

Seamus Coleman has expressed his pride at Everton’s response to the announcement of breakaway Super League by six rebel Premier League clubs and a half dozen other co-conspirators in Spain and Italy.

Super League falls apart as English clubs withdraw

20 April

The controversial breakaway Super League all but collapsed this evening as Manchester City formally withdrew and were followed by all five of Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham out of a venture that has sparked a vociferous backlash by supporters

Everton U18s race away at Stoke City with four late goals

20 April

The young Blues from Everton's Academy continued their campaign in the U18 Premier League tonight with a narrow loss away at Stoke City.

Moshiri slams breakaway Super League as Everton urge rebel 6 to backtrack

20 April

Everton owner, Farhad Moshiri, has branded the decision by 12 European clubs, six of them from the Premier League, to form a practically closed-shop Super League as "preposterous arrogance" and called for disciplinary measures to be taken against them.

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Super League collapse shouldn't stop Farhad Moshiri's call for huge punishment

20 April

Should these brazen, opportunistic, self-serving clubs be let off scot-free? Should they cancel their Super League subscriptions and be welcomed back to the Premier League like nothing has happened?

Rodriguez: Football should not benefit the few

20 April

James Rodriguez has come out against the Super League and Lucas Digne offered his own message of protest as the fallout from Sunday's announcement continued to rock the football world.

Real Madrid's Perez: Super League is to 'save football'

20 April

Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez, has revealed the true motivation behind the Super League that was announced late on Sunday night but insists that the controversial move to create a virtually walled-off competition for the Continent’s biggest clubs was made “to save football”.

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Everton and Moshiri shouldn't have to deal with ridiculous European Super League claims

20 April

Adam Jones writes that Everton have been strong in their response to The Super League, but it hasn't stopped cynical and ridiculous comments being made by some on social media

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European Super League Will Rob Fans But Players Will Pay A Hefty Price Too

20 April

The players contracted to these ‘superpowers’ face to lose the dreams they’ve had since children, the hopes and ambitions they’ve worked so hard towards to make it as top-level professionals.

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Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven

20 April

Mark O'Brien writes of the Super League controversy: "The clubs have always at least paid lip service to the idea of this being a sport, and given the fans just enough to work with in order to concoct the elaborate stories in their heads that allow them to justify giving their time, money and emotional energy to organisations that hold them in complete contempt."

Betrayed 14 set for emergency meeting over Super League

19 April

The cohort of Premier League clubs left behind by the decision by six clubs to join the inaugural Super League will convene tomorrow for an emergency meeting to discuss their response to yesterday's bombshell.

U23s lose narrowly at West Ham

19 April

Everton U23s lost a close-fought contest at West Ham after Josh Bowler scored from the spot to put Everton in front

Premier League vow repercussions as rebel clubs announce European Super League

18 April

The FA Premier League have joined Uefa and the associations governing Europe's other "big five" leagues in condemning the announcement of a breakaway Super League by 12 clubs that includes six from England.

Everton's Euro hopes dented further by defensive slip-ups

15 April

Everton failed to win for the fifth match running and saw the lights effectively go out on their increasingly dim Champions League hopes as a shambolic lapse in defence and an agonising late miss by Richarlison helped Tottenham grab a draw at Goodison Park.

Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur

15 April

Everton will be without top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin for a second successive game as they face a crucial Premier League clash with Tottenham on Friday night

Everton U18s advance in FA Youth Cup with fine win at Chelsea

15 April

Everton U18s secured another excellent FA Youth Cup win on Thursday as a late goal from Sean McAllister's earned the Toffees a superb 2-1 FA Youth Cup 5th-round victory at last year's finalists, Chelsea.

Everton USA Live

15 April

Everton are presenting an inaugural virtual event for fans in North America this Saturday, with Marcel Brands and Abdoulaye Doucouré added to the line-up of attendees from the club. Watch live now

Ancelotti plans on Kean and Gbamin being important figures next season

15 April

Carlo Ancelotti says that Everton aren't likely be in the market for either a striker or central midfielder this summer as the club reportedly put a £45m price tag on Moise Kean.

Gbamin avoids further surgery

14 April

Jean-Philippe Gbamin has received the welcome news that the knee injury he suffered during training over the weekend won't require an operation.

Top-four dreams slipping away for lifeless Everton

12 April

Depleted Everton meandered their way to another draw that does very little for their almost extinguished top-four dreams, playing out a tediously goalless encounter against Brighton

Academy product Dylan Thompson on trial with Newcastle

12 April

Everton Academy 18-year-old centre-back, Dylan Thompson underwent a trial with Newcastle United's U23 team on Monday night.

Ancelotti: We're still in the fight for Europe

13 April

Carlo Ancelotti isn’t giving up on Everton’s European aspirations despite the fact that his side is winless in three Premier League games and battling a glut of injuries.

Another injury setback for Gbamin may have ended his season

12 April

Jean-Philippe Gbamin has suffered another freak training ground injury and Everton fear he may not play again this season.

Tosun out for the season following knee surgery

12 April

Cenk Tosun has been sidelined by another potentially serious knee injury sustained in Besiktas's win over Buyuksehir Belediye Erzurumspor yesterday.

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Everton

10 April

André Gomes won't be involved as Everton travel to the south coast to face Brighton on Monday after he tweaked a hamstring in the 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace.

Under-18s beaten by young Rams

10 April

Everton Under-18s lost 2-1 at Derby County on Saturday after taking the lead in the first half through a wonderful, acrobatic effort from Tom Cannon.

Under-23s face down Blackburn Rovers

9 April

Everton U23s got the better of in-form Blackburn with a 2-1 Premier League 2 win in Southport on Friday evening, with game streamed live on the Blues' official YouTube channel.

Blackpool helping Simms make the step up to first-team football

9 April

Blackpool's assistant head coach, Mike Garrit, has been speaking to the Liverpool Echo about the progress being made by Ellis Simms who is loan with the Seasiders.

Gbamin: I was confident I could make full recovery

8 April

Jean-Philippe Gbamin says that a positive mindset and the support of family, fans and the club are what propelled him through his recovery from two long-term injury set-backs.

Wasteful Everton punished by damaging Batshuayi equaliser

5 April

Everton threw away another two points at home and dampened talk of them sneaking into the top four this season as Crystal Palace punished them for a slew of missed chances to grab a late draw.

Everton vs Crystal Palace

4 April

Everton are back in Premier League action for the first time in 22 days following the FA Cup quarter-finals and the international break and they need to return to winning ways to bolster their hopes of qualifying for Europe this season.

Onyango to undergo surgery on broken ankle

4 April

Tyler Onyango will have an operation next week to repair what Everton describe as "a significant ankle fracture and ligament injury" suffered in yesterday's FA Youth Cup tie against Manchester City.

Young Blues' dramatic last-minute cup win marred by Onyango injury

3 April

Everton's U18s pulled off a fantastic FA Youth Cup 4th Round triumph over Manchester City with a 97th-minute winner at the City Academy Stadium on Saturday afternoon but it was over-shadowed by what looks to be a season-ending injury for Tyler Onyango.

Gbamin 'ready to play' after long lay-off

2 April

Jean-Philippe Gbamin is in the frame to make his long-awaited return to action and could be named in the Everton squad to face Crystal Palace on Monday.

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Everything That's Wrong About the Future of the UEFA Champions League

1 April

In an excellent piece for, Jonathan Wilson writes that under the new proposals for European football's increasingly closed shop, "there will be more games, more money guaranteed to the elite clubs and more that's focused on everything except the sanctity of sport and competition."

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James Rodriguez joined Everton for Carlo Ancelotti

2 April

James Rodriguez has confirmed he only joined Everton to be reunited with manager Carlo Ancelotti.

Ancelotti: The European Super League cannot happen

2 April

As Uefa and Europe’s most powerful clubs prepare to ratify changes to the structure of the Champions League, Carlo Ancelotti has expressed his concern at the imbalance in modern football and stressed that the notion of a Continental Super League must be resisted.

Small 'relaxed' about first Everton contract

2 April

Highly promising young fullback, Thierry Small, is said to be sanguine about negotiations over his first professional contract with the Toffees and, contrary to a claim by the Express, there is "no insinuation" he wants to leave

Bench duty for Everton duo

31 March

Lucas Digne and Dominic Calvert-Lewin were named on the substitutes' bench by their respective countries in World Cup qualifying this evening.

The Injury Index

31 March

A news report that caught the eye claimed Everton have racked up £50m in lost wages over the last 5 seasons due to injuries to their players

Ancelotti on post-match adrenaline and self-improvement

30 March

Carlo Ancelotti admits that he often needs time to come down after particularly intense matches and that he will usually wait to dissect a performance with his staff rather than do an immediate “post-mortem”.

Iwobi cleared to face Lesotho

30 March

Alex Iwobi played for Nigeria against Lesotho in Africa Cup of Nations qualifying after all following a negative test for the coronavirus.

Spurs and Arsenal games are now Friday kick-offs

30 March

Everton's upcoming matches against Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal will now take place on Friday evenings after they were moved for broadcast by Sky Sports

Godfrey grateful to have Ancelotti's trust

29 March

Ben Godfrey, already a first-team regular in his debut season at Goodison Park, has expressed his hopes that Everton’s internationals return healthy from the current break for World Cup qualifiers as the Blues prepare for the final 10 games of the Premier League season.

10 Exciting Prospects from Everton's Academy

29 March

Everton Academy now boasts a number of serious prospects for future advancement to the higher echelons of football. This article lists 10 young players to keep an eye on over the coming seasons to see how they progress

James set for the season's final challenge

28 March

James Rodriguez has been speaking about the run-in to the season and providing more of his on-field genius in the push to finish the Premier League campaign in a European qualifying place.

Iwobi tests positive for coronavirus while Ireland are humbled

27 March

Alex Iwobi was forced to pull out of Nigeria's African Cup of Nations qualifier against Benin after testing positive for COVID-19 before Seamus Coleman’s Ireland were stunned at home by Luxembourg.

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Uefa looking to change FFP rules

26 March

Uefa are rumoured to be looking at making major changes to FFP rules that have been in place since 2011.

Government gives Everton the green light for Bramley-Moore Dock

26 March

Everton’s plans to develop a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock can proceed after the Club’s planning application received government approval.

Calvert-Lewin bags a brace for England

25 March

Dominic Calvert-Lewin struck twice in his first competitive outing for England as they got their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign off to a comfortable start against San Marino

Coleman and Ireland defeated in opening qualifier

24 March

Seamus Coleman returned to international duty and captained the Republic of Ireland in Belgrade where they were beaten 3-2 by Serbia in their first Group A fixture of 2022 World Cup qualifying.

Loan spell at Derby not working out for Baningime

24 March

Beni Baningime has not been getting many opportunities to play for Derby County since joining them in January, on-loan from Everton until the end of the season.

Ancelotti banking on return of James to bolster push for Europe

23 March

Carlo Ancelotti expects the current international break to be of significant benefit to his Everton squad, with fewer players on duty for their countries and the likes of James Rodriguez able to use the time to build their fitness levels.

Gunners steal a late equalizer against Everton U23s

21 March

Everton U23s played Arsenal U23s to a draw in a match streamed live from Southport this afternoon.

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Everton's long wait for silverware is far from unique as football's superpowers continue to dominate

21 March

Everton last lifted a trophy in 1995, yet they are just one of many clubs starved of success

City prove too strong once more to knock Toffees out of the Cup

20 March

Everton made an all-too predictable exit from the FA Cup at the quarter-final stage, holding off the Manchester City juggernaut until late on when the strength and depth available to Pep Guardiola proved decisive.

Resistance is Futile

20 March

Joao Virginia was brilliant between the posts for Everton in the FA Cup Quarter-Final against Manchester City but Everton's valiant resistance was ultimately futile when the Champions elect scored with a little bit of luck to break the deadlock.

Man Utd U18s beat Everton at Finch Farm

20 March

Everton U18s could not follow up their dramatic midweek FA Youth Cup game with a win, falling foul of Manchester United youngsters when they came to Finch Farm today

Everton vs Manchester City, FA Cup Quarter-Final

19 March

Joao Virginia will be between the posts again for Everton this weekend for the FA Cup Quarter-Final against Manchester City after both Jordan Pickford and Robin Olsen were ruled out.

Gbamin could return to full training next week

19 March

Jean-Philippe Gbamin's long road back to full fitness might nearly be over after Carlo Ancelotti revealed that the Ivorian could join the rest of the first-team in training next week.

Frustration for Gordon on loan at Preston

19 March

Anthony Gordon's loan switch to Preston North End hasn't gone entirely according to plan so far as the young winger angles to get more game time at the Championship club.

Calvert-Lewin called up for England qualilfiers

18 March

Dominic Calvert-Lewin will be Everton's sole representative in the England squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against San Marino, Albania and Poland.

Everton U18s get past Wigan after Extra Time in the FA Youth Cup

17 March

Everton U18s started their 2021 FA Youth Cup campaign with a good win after going behind 2-0 to Wigan Athletic in a 3rd Round tie on Wednesday night.

Pickford ruled out of cup quarter-final

16 March

Jordan Pickford will be sidelined until after the upcoming international break, meaning he will miss action for England and Everton's FA Cup Quarter-Final tie against Manchester City.

Government wants more time to review Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium

16 March

A decision on Everton's proposed 52,888-seat stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock has been delayed after the Government requested more time to review the project.

Everton's home struggles continue with damaging Burnley defeat

13 March

Everton suffered their fifth defeat in seven home games as they were beaten by Burnley to extend their perplexingly poor form at Goodison Park while losing ground in the race for the top four.

U18s victorious over Middlesbrough

13 March

Everton Under-18s beat Middlesbrough 2-1 in the U18 Premier League (North) at Finch Farm on Saturday.

Everton vs Burnley

12 March

Everton hope to bounce back from the disappointment of their defeat to Chelsea on Monday when they face Burnley at Goodison Park this weekend.

Everton U23s lose at Chelsea

12 March

Everton Under-23s lost 2-1 to Chelsea at Kingsmeadow in Premier League 2 on Friday night.

Everton join Boro and Bournemouth in condemning racial abuse

11 March

Everton have issued a statement denouncing the recent online racial abuse of Yannick Bolasie and Arnaut Danjuma.

Tom Cannon signs a 2-year professional contract

10 March

Tom Cannon, a young striker with Everton's U18s side, has signed his first professional contract with Everton, agreeing to a 2-year deal that runs until June 2023.

Olsen the latest victim of armed thieves targeting football figures

9 March

Robin Olsen and his family were reportedly left “deeply traumatised” after being confronted by knife-wielding burglars in their Greater Manchester home on Saturday.

Doucouré sidelined until early April at least

9 March

Carlo Ancelotti says that Abdoulaye Doucouré will miss at least the next two matches with an unspecified foot injury after he was ruled out of last night's defeat at Chelsea.

Ben Godfrey surprises award-winning young footballer

8 March

Ben Godfrey has surprised an inspirational young Evertonian who, despite a visual impairment, has gone on to win a prestigious footballing award. 

Impressive away record falters against vastly superior Chelsea

8 March

Everton’s long unbeaten run away from home came to an almost predictable end at Stamford Bridge where a full-strength Chelsea ran out comfortable winners over a Blues side missing some key pieces.

Chelsea vs Everton

6 March

In what has suddenly become a potential “six-pointer” in the chase for a Champions League spot, Everton travel to much-improved Chelsea on Monday evening hoping to extend their magnificent away record with a positive result at Stamford Bridge.

Martinez: Everton are getting close to achieving success

7 March

Former Everton manager, Roberto Martinez, has been impressed with the work done by Carlo Ancelotti at Everton and he says that, in his view, the club are getting close to achieving trophy success.

CONMEBOL decision removes travel dilemma for Everton quartet

6 March

FIFA's South American section have suspended the World Cup qualifiers scheduled for later this month meaning that there will no club-versus-country dilemma where the Toffees' Brazilian and Colombian players are concerned.

Everton U18s win away at Sunderland

6 March

Everton U18s are away to Sunderland for Saturday's midday fixture in the U18 Premier League.

Everton U23s lose away to Spurs

5 March

David Unsworth's U23 side are playing at Spurs this lunchtime.

Richarlison on the mark again as Everton battle past Allardyce's Baggies

4 March

Everton recorded a third straight victory and clean sheet to match in another narrow, hard-fought game in which a Richarlison goal proved decisive.

Ancelotti: We were lucky but deserved the win

4 March

Carlo Ancelotti admitted that Everton were perhaps fortunate to come away with all three points from the Hawthorns this evening but suggested his team earned their good fortune for their work at the back.

West Bromwich Albion vs Everton

3 March

Everton press on with their quest for European qualification with a trip to relegation-threatened West Bromwich Albion on Thursday.

Richarlison's winner proves enough against struggling Saints

1 March

Everton pulled onto the shoulders of the top six again with a much-needed first home win since December as they successfully defended Richarlison’s early goal to edge Southampton 1-0.

Everton vs Southampton

1 March

After enjoying a welcome nine-day break after what was a flurry of fixtures, Everton return to Premier League action against Southampton in the Monday night game.

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Is it Everton's Time?

1 March

This is the question that The Times poses this morning, five years and £585m into the Moshiri era.

Everton U18s lose to a late goal against Liverpool in mini-derby

27 February

Everton U18s were at the Liverpool Academy to take on their local rivals in the U18 Premier League on Saturday morning.

Ancelotti envisions managing Everton at Bramley-Moore Dock

25 February

Carlo Ancelotti hopes he will be able to extend his time at Everton beyond the terms of his existing contract, saying he would like to still be there when the club moves into its new stadium in the autumn of 2024.

Premier League could delay penultimate games to accommodate fans

25 February

The Premier League are considering playing the penultimate matches of the season in midweek to allow each club to have at least one match with fans inside their home ground before the end of the season.

Digne commits to new long-term deal

24 February

Everton have confirmed that Lucas Digne has signed an extension to his contract with the club, committing to a deal that will now expire in 2025.

Farhad Moshiri takes up massive new share issue


New shares worth £200M have been issued to Farhad Moshiri in exchange for new cash injections and conversion of old loans into equity.

Heritage groups draw criticism for opposition to Everton's docks proposal

23 February

Updated Two prominent figures representing Liverpool City Council and business interests in the region have expressed their disappointment that the likes of UNESCO and Historic England could stand in the way of Everton's Bramley-Moore Dock scheme

Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium gets unanimous planning approval

23 February

Everton's planning application for a new 52,888-seat stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock was approved unanimously by Liverpool City Council today, taking the club a major step closer to realising its plans to relocate from Goodison Park.

Players from COVID 'red list' countries face potential travel dilemma

23 February

Everton’s South American contingent are uncertain whether or not they will be able to travel to represent their countries next month due to the United Kingdom’s current travel restrictions that could be extended into April.

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How 25-year history of Everton's new stadium came down to 11 momentous votes

23 February

Adam Jones writes about, "[A] moment that will go down forever in Everton's history. Over four years of work on the Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium project has led up to those 11, glorious, confident, unanimous votes of support. In total, Everton's search for a new ground totals almost 25 years."

James: 'I am happy'

23 February

In the aftermath of Saturday’s win over Liverpool in the Anfield Derby, James Rodriguez has been giving every indication that he is quite happy on Merseyside despite the mischief-making of one little-known Spanish outlet last week.

Broadhead fires a hat-trick as U23s see off Man Utd

22 February

Nathan Broadhead scored all three goals as Everton Under-23s beat Manchester United 3-1 in Southport this evening

Magnificent Everton earn historic away win over Liverpool

20 February

Everton’s 21½-year wait to taste victory at Anfield came to a glorious end this evening as Richarlison’s early goal and Gylfi Sigurdsson’s late penalty condemned Liverpool to their fourth successive home defeat.

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This night belongs to the Evertonians

21 February

Greg O'Keeffe captures the mood on a historic night for Everton at Anfield

Ancelotti: Derby win was a good gift for the supporters

20 February

Carlo Ancelotti couldn’t hide his pleasure at Everton’s superb 2-0 victory at Anfield this evening, one that ended almost 22 years without a Blues side tasting victory on Liverpool’s home ground.

Everton U18s draw at Leeds Utd

20 February

Everton U18s played out a 1-1 draw at Leeds Utd today

Coleman: It's an amazing feeling

20 February

Seamus Coleman was all smiles after this evening’s long-awaited victory over Liverpool but while he insisted it was a relief to finally put to bed a long-standing hoodoo on the home turf of Everton’s arch rivals, he also called on his team-mates to turn around their disappointing home form

Liverpool vs Everton

18 February

Everton will be without Yerry Mina for this weekend's Merseyside derby after he was withdrawn from the game against Manchester City because of a calf injury but Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Allan are available.

Richarlison seeking clarification from Everton over summer tournaments

19 February

Richarlison is hoping that Everton will release him for both the Copa America and the Tokyo Olympics this summer but may not get his wish.

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Long Live Hate

19 February

New dates and TV coverage for Everton fixtures

19 February

Everton have been given new dates and kick-off times for their Premier League clashes with West Bromwich Albion, Chelsea and Burnley in March

Everton prove no match for Manchester City machine

17 February

Everton ultimately couldn’t live with Manchester City at Goodison Park, losing at home to Pep Guardiola’s relentless side by two goals for the fourth season running.

hummel partner with Everton’s North American fans on exclusive merchandise range

17 February

Everton technical partner hummel is teaming up with the Toffees’ North American supporters’ clubs to create a range of specially-designed items to appeal to Everton’s growing fanbase in the US.

Everton vs Manchester City

16 February

Everton’s need to put Sunday’s horrible performance against Fulham behind them, get back to winning ways, and revive their flagging hopes of sneaking into the top four comes up against the juggernaut that is Manchester City on Wednesday evening.

Brands set to sign new contract with Everton

16 February

Everton's Director of Football, Marcel Brands, is said to be close to agreeing terms on an extension to his current contract with the club.

Bogotá Blues become Colombia’s first official Everton Supporters Club

16 February

The Bogotá Blues have become Everton’s first official affiliated Supporters’ Club in Colombia – with two of their youngest members helping mark the occasion by becoming Everton’s first international virtual mascots

Bramley-Moore Dock stadium takes significant step forward

15 February

Liverpool City Council will meet next week to determine the fate of Everton's proposed new stadium on Liverpool's north docks after their Planning Officer recommended that the project be approved.

Atrocious Everton are well beaten by struggling Fulham

14 February

Everton came back down to earth following Wednesday’s exciting extra-time FA Cup win over Tottenham with a hard thud after turning in another horrendous home performance, this time against relegation-haunted Fulham.

Ancelotti: We couldn't match Fulham's intensity

14 February

Carlo Ancelotti cited fatigue as being a big factor behind his team’s dreadful home defeat to Fulham this evening but André Gomes says the Blues only have themselves to blame

Everton vs Fulham

12 February

Everton’s quest for European qualification resumes this weekend when Fulham come to Goodison Park

Burglars target Ancelotti's house

12 February

Carlo Ancelotti’s Crosby home was burgled this evening by masked thieves who were disturbed by his daughter but not before they took off with a safe.

Digne to ink new deal next week

12 February

Lucas Digne is expected to sign a new contract with Everton some time next week.

Everton paired with City in last eight of the FA Cup

11 February

Everton will play Manchester City at Goodison Park in the FA Cup Quarter-Finals following tonight's draw.

Bernard stunner pushes Everton over the line and into the quarter-finals

10 February

Everton dragged themselves into the last eight of the FA Cup with a gutsy if defensively suspect display in a back-and-forth, goal-laden tie against Spurs at Goodison Park thanks to a dramatic extra-time winner.

Ferguson hails Everton players’ never-say-die attitude

10 February

Everton Assistant Manager, Duncan Ferguson, says that the Blues’ fightback against Manchester United on Saturday and this evening’s extraordinary 5-4 win over Tottenham in the FA Cup show the strength of character in the camp.

Former Everton goalkeeper Dai Davies has died aged 72

10 February

Former Everton, Swansea City and Wales goalkeeper has passed away following his battle with pancreatic cancer.

Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur

9 February

Everton and Tottenham go head-to-head at Goodison Park on Wednesday evening in the FA Cup Fifth Round with a place in the last eight up for grabs.

Besic and Broadhead added to 25-man senior squad

6 February

Everton have added two names to the squad of senior players, with Nathan Broadhead being prompted for the U23s and Mo Besic invited in for the cold.

Everton stun United to snatch 3-3 draw at the death

6 February

Everton extended their unbeaten run away from home to seven games in dramatic fashion, grabbing a 3-3 draw against Manchester United thanks to Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s goal five minutes into stoppage time at Old Trafford

Ancelotti: I am really proud of my team

6 February

Carlo Ancelotti expressed his pride in his team after their second-half heroics at Old Trafford, saying that he felt Everton were worthy of a point despite not being at their best against Manchester United.

U18s fall to 4-1 defeat against Newcastle

6 February

Everton Under-18s fell to 4-1 defeat against Newcastle United at Finch Farm in a lunchtime kick-off on Saturday.

Calvert-Lewin credits spirit and tactical tweak for Old Trafford draw

6 February

Dominic Calvert-Lewin says a change in system by Carlo Ancelotti early in the second half was behind Everton's stirring comeback that eventually enabled them to grab a last-gasp draw against Manchester United.

U23s fall to a 3-1 defeat at Man City

5 February

Everton Under-23s went down to a 3-1 loss at new Premier League 2 leaders Manchester City.

Manchester United vs Everton

5 February

Everton take their excellent record away from home to Old Trafford where they have only won twice in the Premier League era when they face title-chasing Manchester United this Saturday.

Date set for postponed Man City game

4 February

Everton will play their previously postponed Premier League fixture against Manchester City on 17 February 2021.

Unpredictable Blues claim another laudable away win

3 February

Everton bounced back from two disappointing results against Leicester and Newcastle by holding off stern second-half pressure to take all three points at Leeds.

Leeds United vs Everton

2 February

Everton travel to Leeds on Wednesday evening looking to get their faltering charge for Europe back on track having dropped five of six points available in their last two games.

Everton win 'eleventh-hour' battle for King

1 February

Little was expected in terms of incomings at Everton today but a late move for Bournemouth's Josh King came off as the Blues beat Fulham to the forward's signature

Koeman: They're living in the past at Everton

2 February

Ronald Koeman has cited the lack of a proven goalscorer and the weight of supporter expectation among the reasons for his failed tenure at Everton.

Gordon and Baningime head out on loan

1 February

Everton's acquisition of Josh King from Bournemouth has paved the way for Anthony Gordon to join Preston North End until the end of the season while Beni Baningime has moved to Derby County.

Lössl rejoins Midtjylland

1 February

Jonas Lössl has secured his desired move away from Everton, making a permanent switch to his original club, FC Midtjylland.

Everton U23s too strong for Derby County

1 February

Everton Under-23s extended their five-game unbeaten run when they visited Derby County on Monday night and secured a fine 3-1 win.

Celtic take Kenny on loan

31 January

Jonjoe Kenny will spend the remainder of the 2020-21 season at Celtic after the Scottish club secured the full-back despite reported interest from Burnley.

Miserable Blues stumble horribly again against Newcastle

30 January

Everton once more made a mockery of talk that Champions League qualification might be an option for them in this unpredictable season, slumping to a dreadful home defeat to Newcastle United.

Tosun returns to Besiktas on loan

31 January

Cenk Tosun is heading back to Besiktas, initially on loan, with the striker finalising a loan move until the end of the season

Frustrated Ancelotti criticises Everton's lack of spirit

30 January

Carlo Ancelotti was as frustrated as Evertonians have seen him since he took over as manager following today’s dismal 2-0 defeat to struggling Newcastle at Goodison Park.

Everton vs Newcastle United

29 January

Everton are back at Goodison Park this weekend to face Newcastle United as they look to get back to winning ways by atoning for what was one of the season’s most disappointing results in the reverse fixture in early November.

Tosun open to Besiktas return

28 January

Cenk Tosun could be in line for a return to the club from which he joined Everton three years ago with both Besiktas and CSKA Moscow reported to be interested in signing him.

Bolasie joins Middlesbrough

28 January

Yannick Bolasie has finally secured his long-mooted loan move to Middlesbrough, joining the Championship club until the end of the season.

MPs urge sanctions against Russians involved in English football

28 January

Two opposition Members of Parliament have called on the Government to take action against Roman Abramovich and Alisher Usmanov, two figures with alleged ties to Vladimir Putin's regime in Russia.

Everton fail to build on brilliant James opener

27 January

Everton missed an opportunity to gain ground on Leicester City and move back into the top four as they were pegged back by the Foxes and ultimately had to settle for a point

Simms grabs a brace on league debut

27 January

Ellis Simms came off the bench for Blackpool with 20 minutes to go and scored two goals as the Seasiders thrashed Wigan 5-0 in League One.

Cahill among Australia Day honourees

26 January

Former Everton favourite, Tim Cahill his services to sport in his country have been recognised by his inclusion in this year's Australia Day Honours List.

Everton vs Leicester City

26 January

Alex Iwobi and Lucas Digne are fit and available again after missing the FA Cup win over Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday.

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Warnock unloads in frustration at Branthwaite

25 January

A furious Neil Warnock was seen angrily gesticulating at Jarrad Branthwaite after Rovers’ 1-0 win over his Middlesbrough team last.

U23s Notch a fine win at Leicester City

25 January

Goals from Small, Iversen, Ouzounidis, and Broadhead saw Everton U23s complete a fine victory at their Leicester City opponents tonight

Everton coast past the Owls to progress in the FA Cup

24 January

Everton are into the FA Cup Fifth Round for the first time in five seasons following a routine win over Sheffield Wednesday at Goodison Park.

Everton vs Sheffield Wednesday

22 January

Everton will have Dominic Calvert-Lewin available again when their season resumes this weekend against Sheffield Wednesday but Lucas Digne and Alex Iwobi will miss out.

U18s game this weekend postponed

22 January

Everton Under-18s' home game against Manchester City has been postponed. The two sides had been due to meet at Finch Farm on Saturday.

Blackpool sign Ellis Simms on loan

20 January

Promising Everton Under-23s striker, Ellis Simms, has joined League One Blackpool on loan for the remainder of their 2020-21 season.

10-man Everton U23s hold on to earn a draw vs Liverpool

18 January

Everton Under-23s took a fine early lead against rivals Liverpool on Monday night, but gave up an equalizer, then had a man sent off near the end.

Everton U18s seal a win at Blackburn Rovers

16 January

With the U18 Premier League resuming after an extended Christmas break, goals from Kouyate and Whitaker were enough to put the Blues in the driving seat.

Geoff Barnett, former Everton reserve goalkeeper, dies at 74

16 January

Geoff Barnett, former Everton reserve goalkeeper from Harry Catterick's 1960s sides and understudy to Gordon West, died in Florida, age 74.

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Wayne Rooney ends his playing days to become Derby County manager

15 January

Wayne Rooney, the greatest ever product of Everton's Academy, has announced his retirement from playing the game so he can become the full-time manager of Derby County

Branthwaite joins Blackburn

14 January

Jarrad Branthwaite's loan move to Blackburn Rovers has been confirmed, with the young defender joining the Lancashire club until the end of the season.

Everton focused on outgoings this month

14 January

Everton’s Director of Football, Marcel Brands, says he does not see the club being active in terms of incoming transfers during the January window.

Aston Villa vs Everton Postponed

14 January

Everton's rescheduled clash at Villa Park won't now being going ahead this weekend after the Premier League agreed to postpone the fixture following the Covid-19 outbreak at the Midlands club but the Blues' cup date with Sheffield Wednesday has been set.

Lewis Dobbin is the latest injury victim

14 January

A knee injury looks set to keep striker Lewis Dobbin out of action for the rest of the season

Ancelotti all smiles after Everton success at Molineux

13 January

Carlo Ancelotti praised his players for carrying out a different game plan against Wolves last night, one that yielded another important win that keeps Everton among the clubs chasing European qualification this season

Everton U18s vs Wigan Athletic U18s

12 January

Everton's FA Youth Cup tie against Wigan Athletic tonight has been cancelled and the FA Youth Cup is suspended since yesterday.

Villa ask for Everton clash to be postponed

13 January

Aston Villa have submitted a request to the Premier League to have Everton's match against them postponed in light of the coronavirus outbreak that has affected their squad.

Keane header takes striker-less Blues back into the top four

12 January

Everton returned to winning ways in the Premier League and moved back into the Champions League spots with a well-earned victory over Wolves at Molineux.

Everton Announce Sligo Rovers Partnership

12 January

Everton are continuing to strengthen their international ties by announcing a new strategic partnership with League of Ireland Premier Division club Sligo Rovers.

Villa clash moved back a day

11 January

Everton's game against Aston Villa at Villa Park will now take place at noon on Sunday 17th January instead of 5pm the day before.

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Everton stadium has been designed to withstand floods for next 100 years

11 January

Everton’s proposed stadium has been designed to withstand the risks of climate change over the next 100 years, the project’s development director Colin Chong has revealed.

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton

11 January

Everton get back to Premier League action this evening with a trip to Molineux to face one of their rivals for European qualification in the form of Wolves.

Everton draw Sheffield Wednesday in FA Cup

11 January

Everton will face Championship opposition at home for the second successive round after being paired with Sheffield Wednesday in this evening's Fourth Round draw.

Laboured Everton drag themselves past Rotherham

9 January

Everton are in the hat for the draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup but they made awfully hard work of beating Rotherham who took them all the way to extra-time with a spirited performance at Goodison Park

Everton vs Rotherham United

9 January

Everton’s FA Cup campaign begins this weekend with a home tie against Championship side Rotherham United at Goodison Park which will once again be empty of fans as the country remains under lockdown.

Everton would consider selling Kean to PSG

8 January

Carlo Ancelotti admits that Everton are open to offers from Paris Saint-Germain to make Moise Kean's season-long loan a permanent arrangement if that is what the striker wants.

FA Youth Cup tie to be streamed online next Wednesday

8 January

Everton's FA Youth Cup tie against Wigan Athletic at Goodison Park next Wednesday will be streamed live on the Everton YouTube channel.

James eager to repay Everton and Ancelotti's trust

5 January

James Rodriguez says the faith placed in him by Carlo Ancelotti and Everton as a whole was a key reason why he chose to join the club from Real Madrid last summer

Digne suffered ankle fracture in training-ground incident

5 January

Lucas Digne has revealed that in addition to torn ligaments, his ankle was broken by the tackle he sustained in training at Finch Farm last month.

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Mid-season report on Everton's Under-18s

5 January

Abysmal Blues surrender winning run with drab New Year’s Day defeat

1 January

Everton spurned the chance to move within a point of the top of the Premier League by turning in an abject performance against West Ham and were beaten by a late Tomas Souček goal at an empty Goodison Park.

Everton keen on keeping Olsen

31 December

Everton are looking to make Robin Olsen's loan move from AS Roma permanent and hope to tie a €6m deal for the Swedish international

Pennington joins Shrewsbury

31 December

Everton U23s defender Matthew Pennington has secured another loan move, this time to League One Shewsbury Town.

Everton vs West Ham United

30 December

Everton begin 2021 with a home fixture that will now be played behind closed doors as they go in search of what would be a fifth successive win in the Premier League.

Premier League considering two-week hiatus as coronavirus spreads

29 December

Clubs in England's top-flight clubs have reportedly discussed the possibility of a fortnight's break in the season in January as the number of positive tests at Premier League clubs grows.

Everton vs Manchester City Postponed

28 December

Everton are seeking full disclosure from the Premier League after their clash with Manchester City was postponed at late notice due to an outbreak of the coronavirus in the City squad.

Ancelotti believes in Everton project

28 December

Carlo Ancelotti has been at pains to play down talk of his Everton side being in the 2020-21 title race, insisting, quite realistically, that it’s a long season in a hugely competitive league, but he says the ingredients are there to take the Toffees back to the top in the years to come

Digne return could be a month away

27 December

Carlo Ancelotti says that the club have been encouraged by the speed of Lucas Digne's recovery and that he could be back in action by the end of January.

Everton find the key late to unlock Sheffield United

26 December

Everton produced the moment of quality they needed to edge their way past struggling Sheffield United and win their fourth Premier League match in a row thanks to Gylfi Sigurdsson’s strike 10 minutes from time.

Sheffield United vs Everton

26 December

Everton look to recover from the disappointment of Wednesday's cup defeat to Manchester United by advancing their claims for European qualification with victory at Sheffield United.

Sigurdsson surprised to score winner after tactical switch

27 December

Gylfi Sigurdsson says that he scored the winning goal at Sheffield United when he was supposed to be playing more as a defensive midfielder.

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Billy Kenny, 'Goodison Gazza', opens up on his wrecked career [£]

26 December

The Athletic's Greg O'Keeffe caught up with Billy Kenny, the greatest product of Everton's youth academy of his generation, as the one-time "next big thing" finally tells the story of how his career derailed amid alcoholism and drug addiction before it even really begun.

Broker temporarily suspends trading in Everton shares

24 December

Blankstone Sington, the designated broker of shares in Everton FC, have suspended trading in shares of the club following the news of an impending debt-for-equity deal that would see Farhad Moshiri increase his stake.

United's quality proves decisive as Everton's League Cup misery goes on

23 December

Everton’s League Cup dreams died at the same stage as last season with a quarter-final defeat, this time to Manchester United who ultimately had the wherewithal in the final third that the Toffees lacked.

Everton vs Manchester United

23 December

It's a big night at Goodison Park as Everton take on Manchester United in the last quarter-final of the Carabao Cup.

Everton to offer Digne new terms

22 December

Everton are lining up an improved contract offer for Lucas Digne in a bid to keep the defender at the club beyond the term of his current deal.

Rodriguez ruled out of quarter-final tie

22 December

James Rodriguez will miss a fourth successive match after Carlo Ancelotti confirmed that the Colombian won't be available for tomorrow's Carabao Cup tie against Manchester United.

Lewis Gibson out until New Year

20 December

Lewis Gibson is out for at least a month after picking up a quadriceps injury while playing on loan at Reading during their 2-1 midweek defeat by Norwich City at the Madejski Stadium.

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Second and smiling – Everton’s ‘Hollywood’ appointment paying off

20 December

Almost one year to the day, Everton's owner Farhad Moshiri can reflect with satisfaction on Carlo Ancelotti's first 12 months after a 2-1 win over Arsenal put the Toffees an outstanding 2nd in the table.

Back line holds firm as Everton notch third straight win

19 December

Everton moved into second place for the time being and deepened the gloom surrounding Mikel Arteta with a narrow 2-1 win at Goodison Park under-pinned by another resilient defensive display.

U18s beaten by Burnley

19 December

Everton U18s took on Burnley on Saturday but could not recover from a first-half setback.

U23s pipped at the post in late draw at Brighton

18 December

Everton Under-23s gave up a late equaliser in a 2-2 draw at Brighton & Hove Albion in Premier League 2 on Friday evening.

Everton vs Arsenal

18 December

Improving Everton are back at Goodison Park in front of restricted attendance by fans for the visit of struggling Arsenal this weekend, hoping to press their top-four credentials with what would be their third successive win.

Everton secure first Colombian commercial partner with

18 December

Everton FC have further expanded their international partnership portfolio by signing up Colombia’s in their first commercial deal in the South American country.

Ancelotti welcomes changes to subs rule

18 December

Carlo Ancelotti says that the Premier League's decision to allow teams to name nine substitutes instead of seven was a good one.

Determined Blues tame Foxes to secure another important victory

16 December

Everton battled their way past a rival for European qualification this season for the second time in four days with a laudable 2-0 win at Leicester City.

Leicester City vs Everton

15 December

Everton’s busy December continues tomorrow evening with a trip to Leicester City as Carlo Ancelotti looks to build on Saturday’s spirited win over Chelsea.

Hope that Allan won't face long lay-off

16 December

Carlo Ancelotti’s initial assessment of Allan’s injury suggests that he doesn’t foresee the Brazilian enduring as long a lay-off as many feared but it is likely that he will miss the bulk of remaining games in December.

Stadium planning process delayed into next year

16 December

The formal decision on Everton's modified planning application for Bramley-Moore Dock stadium has been delayed into the New Year.

Ancelotti: I promised to take Everton to the top

16 December

Carlo Ancelloti has pledged to ensure that Farhad Moshiri’s significant personal investment in Everton leads to success

Ancelotti looking at the New Year for Gbamin return

15 December

Carlo Ancelotti doesn't believe that Jean-Philippe Gbamin will be ready to return to action until next year as the midfielder continues his patient recovery from successive injuries.

Everton U23s defeat West Ham in PL2

14 December

Everton U23s v West Ham Utd.... KO 7 pm

Supporters return to see stubborn Everton end Chelsea run

12 December

Everton brought an end to Chelsea’s nine-game unbeaten run in the Premier League with an obdurate display in front of the first 2,000 fans allowed back into Goodison Park since March

Ancelotti admits team had to sacrifice in order to beat Chelsea

12 December

Carlo Ancelotti understandably said he was really pleased after Everton beat his old club Chelsea at Goodison Park this evening to win on home soil for the first time since 3rd October.

Everton vs Chelsea

11 December

A little over a year since Duncan Ferguson led Everton to an adrenaline-fuelled victory over Chelsea, Carlo Ancelotti faces his old team as manager of the Blues at Goodison Park

Record losses underscore effect of pandemic on Everton's accounts

11 December

Everton have reported record losses of almost £135m but tempered the news with the revelation that Farhad Moshiri plans to plough another £50m into the club this season that will take his investment in the club to £400m.

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Moyes: The Full Story

10 December

Speaking exclusively to The Coaches’ Voice, David Moyes revisits his journey as a coach and manager from Preston North End via his 11-year stint at Everton, and on to his present position at West Ham United.

Ancelotti remaining 'positive' as difficult run looms

9 December

Carlo Ancelotti says that Everton are “where we want to be” with regard to a push for Europe this season despite the team’s recent run of just one win in seven games.

Everton’s Alder Hey visit with a difference

10 December

Everton FC and Alder Hey Children’s Hospital made sure that young patients didn’t miss out on their annual Christmas visit despite coronavirus restrictions – thanks to innovative robotic technology used by the hospital for the first time outside of a clinical capacity.

Ballot for Arsenal and Man City home games opens Tuesday

7 December

Everton will open the ballot for season ticket holders to apply to attend the upcoming home fixtures against Arsenal and Manchester City at 9am tomorrow.

Olsen has had a small injury problem

7 December

Robin Olsen's absence from the bench for the last two Premier League games has been explained by Carlo Ancelotti.

Calvert-Lewin strikes again but Everton fail to beat lowly Burnley

5 December

Everton passed up a great opportunity to move themselves into fourth place for the time being with what would have been just their second win in seven games but they couldn’t find the quality to edge Burnley.

Ancelotti pleased to see Everton recover from 'terrible start'

5 December

Carlo Ancelotti appeared satisfied with his team’s performance at Burnley this afternoon even if he was disappointed with the end result.

Everton U18s beaten at home by Wolves

5 December

Everton U18s took the lead against Wolves on Saturday, it ended up a 2-3 home defeat for the Blues.

Burnley vs Everton

4 December

Everton travel up the road to Burnley this weekend looking to rebound from the defeat to Leeds last time out and keep pace with the pack of clubs above them in the Premier League table.

Mayor Anderson arrested over development contracts

4 December

Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, has been arrested in connection with alleged bribery and witness intimidation over building contracts in the city.

Everton open ballot registrations for Chelsea game

2 December

Everton will be conducting an independently verified ballot process to determine who will be among the first 2,000 supporters allowed back into Goodison Park in 10 days' time.

Under-18s convincingly beat Leeds Utd

1 December

Everton Under-18s beat Leeds United 3-0 in a rearranged U18 Premier League game played at Finch Farm on Tuesday night.

Everton to face Rotherham in the FA Cup

30 November

The draw for the 3rd Round of the FA Cup took place tonight and Everton were drawn against Rotherham at home.

Disappointing Everton beaten by late Raphinha goal

28 November

Everton slumped to their fourth defeat in five games as Raphinha’s goal proved to be the difference for a more clinical Leeds side at Goodison Park.

Onyango earns U23s a point at Blackburn

27 November

Everton U23s continue their Premier League 2 campaign with 1-1 draw at Blackburn Rovers tonight

Everton vs Leeds United

27 November

Everton take on Leeds United in the Premier League for the first time at Goodison Park since Steve Watson’s famous hat-trick in 2003 as Carlo Ancelotti has to address the loss of another player key to his team’s prospects this season.

Everton hit by huge injury blow to Digne

26 November

Lucas Digne has suffered a serious ankle injury in training and is expected to be out for at least two months after the club revealed he will undergo surgery.

Gomes opens up about fitness frustrations

26 November

André Gomes has spoken of his struggle to attain full fitness amid the disruptions of the coronavirus shutdown and pre-season following his horrific ankle injury last year.

2,000 fans to be allowed back under new Tier 2 designation

26 November

With Liverpool Region being placed in the new Tier 2 by the Government, Everton will be allowed to bring up to 2,000 fans back into Goodison Park for upcoming matches.

Everton U17s lose to Man Utd in Premier League Cup

24 November

Their second game in the group stage of this season's revamped Premier League Cup saw Everton U17s fall to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Manchester United.

Fans to be allowed back, depending on new Tiers

26 November

With the second national lockdown for Coronavirus coming to an end next week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has signalled that small numbers of fans are to be allowed back into venues for elite sports in the UK.

First-half efforts help Everton end winless streak with victory at Fulham

22 November

Everton were left clinging on to their first win in four games as a combination of complacency and fatigue were almost their undoing in the second half against Fulham.

Everton U18s put three past Derby County at Finch Farm

21 November

Everton U18s take on Derby County at Finch Farm as the U18 Premier League resumes after the International Break.

Fulham vs Everton

21 November

With the final international break out the way, Everton are back in action hoping to get their Premier League campaign back on the rails following three straight defeats that wrecked their 100% start to the season.

Everton U23s fall to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium

20 November

Everton U23s lost by a single goal to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in an early afternoon Premier League 2 game on Friday.

Pickford starts for England against Iceland

18 November

Jordan Pickford started in goal for England in their dead rubber game against Iceland in the Nations League at Wembley but Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Michael Keane were unused substitutes.

Christiansen strike wins cup derby for Everton Women

18 November

Everton Women notched another win in the Merseyside derby when they beat Liverpool in the Continental Cup thanks to Izzy Christiansen's solo strike.

Mixed fortunes for South American contingent

17 November

James Rodriguez scored from the spot for Colombia but Los Cafeteros suffered a 6-1 drubbing in World Cup qualifying while a Richarlison strike helped Brazil beat Uruguay.

Allan sustains unspecified injury on international duty

16 November

Allan picked up what Brazil boss Tite has described as a "clinical" injury in the recent game against Venezuela and is doubtful for the clash with Uruguay tomorrow

England find it hard going against Roberto's Belgium

15 November

Dominic Calvert-Lewin was the last throw of the dice for Gareth Southgate but he could do nothing about England's 2-0 defeat to Belgium tonight.

Academy transfer ban is finally lifted

14 November

The 2-year ban stopping Everton bringing in young players for their Academy from other English clubs has now been lifted.

Iwobi on target while Mina sees red

13 November

Alex Iwobi scored twice as Nigeria roared into a 4-0 lead against Sierra Leone but the Super Eagles gave it all back in the second half while Yerry Mina was sent off as Colombia lost to Uruguay.

Fulham trip moved back for TV coverage

13 November

Everton's match against Fulham after the international break will now be played on Sunday 22nd November at noon.

Coleman withdraws from Ireland squad

12 November

Seamus Coleman was a late withdrawal from Ireland's game against England this evening after suffering a recurrence of his hamstring problem.

AGM date set for January

12 November

Everton Football Club’s Annual General Meeting of Shareholders will be held online on Thursday 14 January 2021 at 6pm.

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It’s the Fighters Who Make It

12 November

Richarlison tells his origins story, from growing up in poverty in a broken home to realising his Premier League dream before raising an issue that is near and dear to his heart - the destruction of Brazil's Pantanal region

Everton to give supporters chance to shape the Bramley-Moore Dock experience

9 November

As Everton await the outcome of their application for planning permission for their proposed new stadium, the club are giving supporters the chance to guide the match-day offerings and seating options at Bramley-Moore Dock.

A fine win over Chelsea for the U23s

8 November

Everton Under-23s defeated last season's PL2 Champions Chelsea 2-0 in their game at Southport on Sunday.

Alarming decline continues with defeat to erratic United

7 November

Everton lost for the third game on the bounce as their great start to the season unravels, with Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer getting a reprieve from the Blues’ charitable defence

No joy for the U18s against the Red Devils

7 November

An hour before the senior sides did battle in the Premier League, their Under-18 teams took to the field at the Aon Training Complex for their U18 Premier League fixture.

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Premier League to scrap controversial pay-per-view scheme from November 21

7 November

Premier League clubs have agreed to pull the plug on the controversial pay-per-view system following weeks of outcry from fans and politicians.

Everton vs Manchester United

6 November

Everton are back at Goodison Park after successive fixtures on the road as they host Manchester United and their under-fire manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the early Saturday kick-off.

Gomes an early doubt for United clash

3 November

Everton will assess the fitness of André Gomes this week following his withdrawal from the action against Newcastle on Sunday.

What are we missing from Abdoulaye Doucouré?

3 November

I have commented before about wanting to see more from Abdoulaye Doucouré.

Flat Everton succumb to defeat on Tyneside

1 November

The bloom came completely off Everton's flying start to the season as, shorn of their most creative players, they paid the price for a turgid and uninspired display with defeat at St James's Park

Everton Women fall short of cup glory

1 November

Everton Women were deadlocked at Wembley with Manchester City after Valerie Gauvin cancelled out Sam Mewis's first-half header with one of her own off a corner in the second half but Georgia Stanway scored what proved to be the winner in extra time.

U18s come unstuck on Teesside

31 October

Everton Under-18s fell to a 2-0 defeat at top-of-the-table Middlesbrough on Saturday afternoon.

Newcastle United vs Everton

30 October

Everton are in the northeast this weekend for a game that has taken on added significance and complexity in the wake of last Sunday's loss to Southampton and the absence of three key players.

Allan called up by Brazil

29 October

Everton midfielder Allan has been called back up to the Brazilian national team for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Venezuela and Uruguay.

Rodriguez battled testicle injury after derby

29 October

According to a report by Marca in Columbia, James Rodriguez sustained a "testicle injury" after a bruising challenge by Virgil van Dijk in the Goodison derby.

Kean's scoring streak continues

28 October

Moise Kean scored both of Paris Saint-Germain's goals as they beat Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League this evening.

Holgate and Branthwaite return to training

28 October

Everton are finally getting better news on the injury front with absentees Mason Holgate and Jarrad Branthwaite returning to training.

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Greg Clarke has surrendered the FA's moral authority to lead football

28 October

FA chairman posed as the good English football man standing up to billionaires but that was not Project Big Picture’s reality

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Bodyguards hired to protect Jordan Pickford after death threats

28 October

Jordan Pickford has hired bodyguards for protection after being the recipient of death threats in the aftermath of his challenge in the Merseyside derby which left Virgil van Dijk with knee ligament damage.

Everton Women announce MegaFon as new principal partner

28 October

Everton Women have signed a new multi-year principal partnership deal with MegaFon ahead of this weekend’s Vitality Women’s FA Cup Final.

Everton start new U17 Premier League Cup with a win

27 October

Everton kicked off their participation in the new Under-17 Premier League Cup with a win after coming from behind to an early goal from Burnley this evening.

£14.95 PPV games to continue despite opposition

27 October

The Premier League clubs have agreed to continue with their controversial pay-per-view scheme for matches not already selected for live broadcast in the UK.

Digne ban downgraded to one game

27 October

Everton have been boosted by the news that Lucas Digne's suspension for the red card he received at Southampton has been reduced to one match from three.

Unbeaten record washed away on the south coast

25 October

Everton’s flying start to 2020-21 came to a shuddering halt at St Mary’s as they were comfortably over-turned by Southampton and had a man sent off for the second week running.

Ancelotti brands Digne red card 'a joke'

25 October

Carlo Ancelotti has said Everton will appeal the straight red card shown to Lucas Digne in this afternoon’s match at Southampton.

Everton U18s in mini-derby mauling

24 October

Everton U18s hosted a Liverpool side at USM Finch Farm on Saturday that seemed determined to avenge senior matters from last weekend, destroying the Blues unbeaten start to the U18 Premier League (North) season.

Two more Everton games on subscription TV

24 October

Two more of Everton's home Premier League matches have been moved for live television coverage.

U23s come unstuck at Man Utd

23 October

Manchester United U23s defeated their Everton counterparts with a late penalty to condemn Unsworth's side to a third successive defeat.

Southampton vs Everton

23 October

Everton travel to the south coast on Sunday to take on Southampton where they will be looking to build on their unbeaten start to the 2020-21 season.

Richarlison sends video greetings to Brazil legend Pelé

23 October

Everton's Brazilian forward Richarlison, already a fan favorite on the blue side of the Mersey has sent via Pelegacy's Instagram, a greeting to Pelé to mark his 80th Birthday and the 50th anniversary of his first World Cup.

James set to miss Saints trip

22 October

Everton face being without two of their most important attacking players with the news that James Rodriguez is a major doubt for Sunday's clash with Southampton.

Unsworth: Calvert-Lewin as good as we ever could have imagined

22 October

David Unsworth has spoken of his delight at the progress his former protégé, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, has made at Everton since signing for the club as a raw teenager four years ago.

Everton confirm 23-man squad

20 October

Everton have released the official squad for 2020-21 now that both the international and domestic transfer windows have closed.

Everton U23s play out a testy scoreless draw with Spurs

19 October

Everton U23s were held to a scoreless draw against Spurs in Southport on Monday evening, with 5 players shown yellow cards.

Richarlison sees red as VAR ensures eventful derby ends all square

17 October

Everton’s 100% record fell at the fifth hurdle but, by the final whistle, they were counting themselves fortunate to have come away with a point after Jordan Henderson’s stoppage-time winner was ruled out for offside by the slenderest of margins.

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'If we beat Liverpool, people will take notice!'

17 October

In a rare interview, Everton hero Duncan Ferguson talks Merseyside rivalry, 'wee magician' James Rodriguez, Carlo Ancelotti's revolution and Dominic Calvert-Lewin's emergence as a true Toffees No 9

Richarlison issues Alcântara apology

17 October

Richarlison has extended an apology to Thiago Alcântara for the ugly tackle that ended with the Brazilian being shown a straight red card during today’s Merseyside derby and the Spanish midfielder taken to hospital to undergo scans on his injured knee.

Disappointment in the camp that derby wait goes on

17 October

Carlo Ancelotti said he was “really satisfied” with Everton’s performance against Liverpool today even if the result was a little disappointing.

Everton vs Liverpool

16 October

Exactly 10 years to the day since their last Merseyside derby victory, league leaders Everton will face local rivals Liverpool at Goodison Park on Saturday looking to extend their 100% start to the season.

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Carlo Ancelotti would like to talk about Crosby

16 October

His Everton squad is leading the Premier League entering Saturday’s Merseyside derby, but a manager who has seen it all has never been single-minded when it comes to soccer.

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Atalanta, Bayern... Everton? European soccer's 11 must-see, can't-miss attacking teams

16 October

Here are the 11 most enjoyable soccer teams in Europe's Big Five leagues at the moment, plus lots of honourable mentions because you know what? There's always room for more fun.

Connolly moves to Fleetwood

16 October

Everton Under-23s defender Callum Connolly has re-joined Fleetwood Town on a season-long loan.

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The making of James Rodriguez: A superstar by 14 and turned down by Manchester United

15 October

In this piece buried towards the bottom of The Telegraph's Football page, noted red Chris Bascombe writes that Manchester Utd were not the only club to dismiss the Colombian as a slow youngster - but he is proving them wrong at Everton now

Everton hope to have Gbamin playing again this year

14 October

Jean-Philippe Gbamin could be back in action by the end of November according to an injury update from Carlo Ancelotti who expects to have Allan, Seamus Coleman and André Gomes back in contention for this weekend’s Merseyside derby.

Pickford keeps his place as England lose to Denmark

14 October

Jordan Pickford was in goal again and Dominic Calvert-Lewin came on as a second-half substitute for England who went down 1-0 to Denmark at Wembley.

Premier League clubs reject 'Project Big Picture'

14 October

The radical proposals set out by Liverpool, Manchester United and EFL Chairman, Rick Parry, have been slapped down by a majority of the top flight's other clubs.

Richarlison on target in Brazil victory

14 October

Richarlison and James Rodriguez were in action for their countries tonight as Brazil beat Peru 4-2 and Colombia forced a 2-2 draw in Chile in World Cup qualifying.

Tarashaj finally leaves Everton

13 October

Shani Tarashaj's Everton career is over after a four-year spell with the club that didn't result in him playing a single first-team game.

Calvert-Lewin and Pickford start for England

11 October

Dominic Calvert-Lewin earned his second England cap and Jordan Pickford returned in goal as England beat Belgium in the Nations League.

'Project Big Picture' — Manchester United and Liverpool driving radical overhaul of Premier League power structure

11 October

A one-off rescue package and hugely increased ongoing funding of EFL clubs in exchange for an 18-team Premier League and consolidated voting power among England's biggest clubs are among a raft of proposals in a 'Revitalisation' document seen by The Telegraph.

Richarlison plays bit part in Brazil romp

10 October

Richarlison returned to action when he came on as a second-half substitute in Brazil's 5-0 drubbing of Bolivia and both of the Blues' Colombian stars featured in a 3-0 win over Venezuela in World Cup qualifying last night.

Everton duo take September awards

9 October

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been recognised for his scoring exploits last month by being named the Premier League Player of the Month for September and Carlo Ancelotti is Manager of the Month.

Everton in the Community and Steve Morgan Foundation Partner On £4m Project

9 October

Everton in the Community and Steve Morgan Foundation will work together on a major £4m project to deliver early intervention programmes in Speke-Garston to specifically tackle the barriers facing young people in attaining a good education and subsequent employment.

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin: “At 20 I wasn't ready but I never stopped believing”

8 October

Striker felt the weight of expectation when he joined Everton but is delivering for his club and senses a chance with England

Calvert-Lewin scores on his England debut

8 October

Dominic Calvert-Lewin took the field as a fully-fledged England player this evening in a friendly against Wales and grabbed his first goal with a typical first-half header.

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Cheating death and learning scouse: the incredible story of Jacob Viera

7 October

The story of Jacob Viera, a Kenyan refugee who came to England after an awful episode of gang-related retribution to try and make it as a footballer. After having a trial with Newcastle, seeing another with Tottenham snatched away and time spent training with Everton's U18s, Jacob is now on the track to become a professional referee.

Josh Bowler out for the next 3 months

7 October

Everton U-23 player Josh Bowler will be out of action for the next 3 months as he recovers from surgery following an injury picked up in training.

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin: From non-league loan to England call-up

07 October

Good piece on Dominic Calvert-Lewin at BBC Sport, detailing his switch from a midfield player to centre forward and how a spell in non-league football contributed to his progress.

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Scout Report: Ben Godfrey

7 October

Everton added another centre-back on transfer deadline day. Here's what he can bring to the Toffees.

Luke Butterfield signs professional contract

6 October

Everton academy midfielder, Luke Butterfield, has signed a 3-year professional deal with the Blues that runs until the end of June 2023.

Richarlison's blue-sky thinking for club and country

6 October

Richarlison has been speaking of his Champions League and World Cup dreams this month as he reveals the impact Carlo Ancelotti has had on his continued development at Everton.

Everton announce signing of Ben Godfrey

5 October

Everton have confirmed their fifth signing of the summer after completing the formalities for the transfer of Ben Godfrey from Norwich City.

Transfer Deadline Day

5 October

Everton saw two come in and two go out on what was a fairly eventful deadline day as Ben Godfrey completed his move from Norwich and Robin Olsen was drafted in on loan from Roma.

Everton bring keeper Olsen in loan

5 October

Everton have completed their second deal of Transfer Deadline Day with the acquisition of Swedish international goalkeeper Robin Olsen.

Walcott seals Southampton return

5 October

Theo Walcott is back at the club where he started his career after completing a season-long loan move back to Southampton.

Sandro leaves Everton for Huesca

5 October

Sandro Ramirez's frustrating three-year spell at Everton is over with the news that he has secured a move to SD Huesca in his native Spain.

Everton sign Swedish youngster

4 October

Everton have concluded a £1.3m deal with BK Häcken for teenager, Imam Jagne, with whom they had been linked this month.

PSG finalise Kean loan

4 October

Moise Kean has joined French giants Paris Saint-Germain on a season-long loan following a successful medical.

U23s lose to very late Man City penalty

4 October

Everton Under-23s suffered a late reverse, losing 2-1 to Manchester City on Sunday after a last-minute penalty proved decisive.

James double helps Everton preserve 100% start

3 October

Everton made it four straight wins to start the Premier League season as they rattled in another four goals to see off an enterprising but ultimately helpless Brighton side.

U18s go top with win at Burnley

3 October

Everton's Under-18s pulled off an impressive fightback to beat Burnley.

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By Mocking the Excitement of Evertonians the Joke is on Us

2 October

Ste Tudor pens a terrific piece on the "endearing" joie de vivre that Evertonians have been exhibiting in recent weeks. After decades of misery and mediocrity, he says that deriding Blues fans "illustrate[s] where we are right now in a cynical, tribal world. Depressingly and pathetically, it is not allowed anymore for football supporters to be excited in the moment."

Three games this month are rescheduled

2 October

The Merseyside derby will now be a 12:30pm kick-off on Saturday the 17th of October while the trip to Southampton has been moved to Sunday the 25th.

Everton vs Brighton & Hove Albion

2 October

Everton are bidding to extend their 100% start to the season as they play Brighton at Goodison Park in their final game of a busy three-week period prior to the first international break.

Everton agree fee with Norwich for Godfrey

1 October

Everton have moved significantly closer to signing Ben Godfrey from Norwich City after an agreement over a £25m transfer was reached with the East Anglia club.

Everton draw Manchester United at home

1 October

Everton have been handed another home tie against top-flight opposition in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup, this time against the Red Devils.

Calvert-Lewin gets first England call-up

1 October

Dominic Calvert-Lewin's electric start to the new season has earned him inclusion in the senior England squad for the first time.

Everton's goal machine rolls over the Hammers in cup rout

30 September

Everton booked their place in the last eight of the Carabao Cup as Dominic Calvert-Lewin grabbed his second hat-trick of the nascent season to propel the Toffees to another handsome win.

Ancelotti hopeful over injuries to key players

30 September

Carlo Ancelotti has suggested that the injuries sustained by Richarlison and Allan during tonight's romp past West Ham might not be as serious as first feared.

Everton Women march on to Wembley

30 September

Everton Women secured their place in the FA Cup Final with a comprehensive 3-0 win at Birmingham City this evening.

Everton vs West Ham United

29 September

Everton’s Carabao Cup journey continues with their most difficult assignment in the competition thus far in 2020-21 as West Ham United come to Goodison Park.

Under-23s score handsome win over Derby

28 September

Everton's Under-23s enjoyed a comprehensive victory at the Merseyrail Community Stadium in Southport as they beat Derby County 4-1.

Everton Women shock Chelsea to advance to WFA Cup semi-finals

27 September

Everton Women came from behind to stun free-scoring Chelsea in the last eight of the Women’s FA Cup.

Evertonians take 'Spirit of the Blues' to the top of iTunes charts

27 September

A groundswell on social media has propelled the catchy Everton anthem 'Spirit of the Blues' to Number 1 on the UK iTunes charts tonight.

Solid Everton grind out another victory

26 September

Everton extended their 100% start to the new season with a hard-fought win at Selhurst Park that was secured by a controversial penalty late in the first half.

U18s in solid win over Stoke

26 September

Everton Under-18s maintained their strong start to the season with a 4-0 victory over Stoke City at USM Finch Farm

Ancelotti pleased with 'fantastic' start to the season

26 September

Carlo Ancelotti has praised the spirit of his Everton team and the start they have made to the new season, one which has yielded five wins from five in all competitions thus far.

Ancelotti maintains 'Davies is important to us'

26 September

Carlo Ancelotti has played down speculation that Tom Davies could be allowed to leave the club before the transfer deadline, either on loan or in a permanent transfer, insisting that the midfielder is part of his plans.

Crystal Palace vs Everton

25 September

Everton’s second away fixture of the new Premier league season takes them back to the Capital to face Crystal Palace.

Pickford gets vote of confidence from Ancelotti

25 September

Carlo Ancelotti has given his backing to under-fire goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford, and dismissed speculation that he is actively looking to sign competition for the England international before the transfer deadline

Adeniran joins Wycombe for the season

25 September

Everton Under-23 midfielder Dennis Adeniran has signed for Championship newcomers, Wycombe Wanderers on a season-long loan.

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James Rodríguez Is Here to Entertain You

24 September

Rory Smith writes, "Don’t think about the economics at play in the Colombian’s arrival at Everton. Just enjoy it."

Additional stadium consultation process opens

24 September

The latest public consultation on Everton's modified Bramley-Moore Dock stadium proposals is now open and runs until 11:59 pm on Thursday 22 October.

Everton’s quality prevails against plucky Fleetwood

23 September

Richarlison scored his first goals of the season while Alex Iwobi and Bernard also got off the mark as Everton saw off the challenge of Joey Barton’s Fleetwood.

Neymar presents Richarlison with Everton award

23 September

Richarlison received a virtual hand-over of his Player of the Season award for 2019-20 when his Brazil international team-mate Neymar presented it to him via video.

Fleetwood Town vs Everton

22 September

Everton take their next step in what is a compressed start to the 2020-21 edition of the Carabao Cup when they travel to Fleetwood Town on Wednesday evening.

Gibson's Reading loan confirmed

22 September

Lewis Gibson has joined Reading on a season-long loan.

Unsworth predicts five U23 players could be loaned out

22 September

David Unsworth says that he expects a number of his Under-23 side to head out on loan this season.

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Joey Barton: Things got so bad at Everton my son started supporting Liverpool

23 September

Fleetwood head coach Joey Barton admits things got so bad at boyhood club Everton his own son began supporting Liverpool.

Virginia pens new long-term deal with the Blues

22 September

Everton have underlined their belief in goalkeeper Joao Virginia by handing the 20-year-old a new four-year contract at the club.

U23s too good for Leicester this evening

21 September

David Unsworth’s Under-23s side took on Leicester City at Southport FC’s Pure Stadium at 7 pm on Monday evening following a Merseyside derby defeat in their opening game of the season last weekend.

Everton recover from early scare to power past 10-man West Brom

19 September

Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored his first hat-trick for Everton and James Rodriguez got off the mark for his new club as the Toffees battled back from conceding an early goal to eventually run out comfortable winners over West Bromwich Albion.

U18s draw at Manchester City this afternoon

19 September

Paul Tait's Under-18 side secured a draw at Manchester City in their second game of the season.

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Gareth Barry talks about leaving Everton

19 September

Gareth Barry has been talking about leaving Everton in 2017:

"I kept seeing my name linked with other teams and getting involved in player deals coming in and I felt that I wasn't wanted as much. Now Ronald [Koeman] has come out and said he was desperate to keep me, so I'm not sure if it was him or the hierarchy above him that were feeling my time was up."

Everton vs West Bromwich Albion

18 September

Everton hope to build on their impressive start to the new season when newly-promoted West Bromwich Albion visit Goodison Park for the Saturday lunchtime kick-off in the Premier League.

David Unsworth on managing loans and player development

18 September

After a disappointing opening day fixture for the Under-23s, in which an older and more experienced line-up featuring a number of players who had been out on loan, lost to a surprise early goal from Liverpool last weekend, David Unsworth spoke to The Echo on the wider implications of his job and how he is always looking for the best ways to give each individual player what they need to succeed.

Blues to face West Ham or Hull if they beat Fleetwood

17 September

David Moyes could be in line for a return to Goodison Park if Everton beat Fleetwood and West Ham knock Hull City out of the Carabao Cup next week.

Rodriguez's former club upset by terms of player's move to Everton

17 September

The president of Banfield, where James Rodriguez spent a season before making his move to Porto in 2010, is claiming that the Colombian's switch to Goodison Park was effectively a free transfer.

Premier League strikes one-year China streaming deal

17 September

Premier League football will be broadcast on Chinese TV after all this season after a deal was agreed with the media giant Tencent Sports.

Whitaker signs pro forms

17 September

Charlie Whitaker is the latest Academy player to sign a professional contract for Everton after he agreed a three-year deal with the club.

Everton and Cazoo launch ‘Goals for Good’ initiative

17 September

The Blues' new shirt sponsor and principal partner have announced that they will donate £1,000 for every Everton goal scored in the Premier League this season to Everton in the Community.

Under-strength Blues have enough to beat Salford

16 September

Everton progressed to the third round of the Carabao Cup and a date at Fleetwood Town next week with a comfortable victory over League Two Salford City at Goodison Park.

Everton vs Salford City

15 September

Everton continue their busy start to the new season with the first step of what they hope will be a long journey in the Carabao Cup as they host Salford City

Branthwaite adds to Ancelotti’s defensive headaches

16 September

Everton face an anxious wait to see the extent of the injury that Jarrad Branthwaite sustained in this evening’s cup win over Salford City as Carlo Ancelotti admits the club will sign a new centre-back if they can find one.

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Dreams have been the luxury of others; James helps change that for Everton

15 September

Daniel Storey writes that James Rodriguez's Premier League debut proved he has still got it. The Colombian will be the competition's most intriguing sideshow as Everton fans dare to dream again.

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Neville Southall: 'You don’t expect loose cannons to take over your own country'

15 September

The former Everton keeper takes aim at Boris Johnson and JK Rowling and reveals how helping marginalised groups leaves little time to himself

Everton to launch new hummel Alan Ball trainer

15 September

Everton and hummel are to launch a limited-edition Alan Ball trainer to mark 50 years since the Goodison legend wore his iconic white hummel boots.

Fratelli Beretta agree to continued Everton sponsorship

14 September

Everton have secured an extension to their sponsor partnership with Italian food giant Fratelli Beretta.

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Silky Rodríguez gives reason for Everton fans' imagination to run riot

14 September

It may be opening weekend optimism, but the Colombian lifted Carlo Ancelotti’s side and left Tottenham in the dust

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Samuel: This felt like a leap forward for Everton

14 September

Just being able to field players of the calibre of James Rodriguez and Allan shows they are on their way under Carlo Ancelotti

Calvert-Lewin bullet gets new-look Blues off to a flyer

13 September

Everton beat Tottenham for the first time since 2012 with a hugely uplifting performance in North London to get the new season off to a terrific start.

Ancelotti hails 'brilliant' display at Spurs

13 September

Carlo Ancelotti expressed his satisfaction with Everton’s impressive win at Tottenham this afternoon, saying that the players did exactly what was expected of them.

Everton: Stadium consultation process has been thorough and received widespread backing

14 September

Everton’s Director of Marketing, Communications & Community, Richard Kenyon, has highlighted the club’s extensive consultation process vis-a-vis the historic nature of the Bramley-Moore Dock site in the wake of objections to the proposed stadium from heritage bodies.

U23s lose opening match to local rivals

13 September

David Unsworth's Under-23s side kicked off their PL2 campaign today with a visit down the road to the Liverpool Academy, falling behind to an early goal that won the game

Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton

12 September

Everton open the season at Tottenham where three new players could make their debuts after signing last week.

U18s start with a win over Blackburn

12 September

Everton's young Blues recovered from a shock early goal against to come back and win their first U18 Premier League game of the season at Finch Farm.

Baines takes coaching role at Everton

11 September

Leighton Baines's association with Everton will continue beyond his playing days with the announcement that the ex-defender has become the club's first professional development coach.

U18s striker Kouyate signs pro deal

11 September

Katia Kouyate has signed his first professional contract for Everton with a three-year contract that would keep him at the club until June 2023.

Holgate to miss Spurs trip

10 September

As expected, Mason Holgate has been ruled out of Everton’s season-opening clash with Tottenham Hotspur but Carlo Ancelotti says that André Gomes and Yerry Mina are available.

Squad numbers confirmed for 2020-21

11 September

Everton have released their official squad numbers for the new season.

Tosun plays down talk of Turkey return

9 September

Cenk Tosun says he won't be going anywhere this transfer window, insisting that even if he weren't injured, he's not ready to return to his homeland.

Doucouré signs on to bolster Everton's midfield

8 September

Abdoulaye Doucouré officially became Everton’s third signing of the close season today when his £20m move from Watford was confirmed by the club.

Everton announce arrival of James Rodriguez

7 September

Everton have finally confirmed the signing of Colombian star James Rodriguez from Real Madrid on an initial two-year contract in a deal worth just shy of £20m.

Heritage body recommends that Bramley-Moore Dock plan be called in

8 September

Historic England, a public heritage body that seeks to preserve and care for “England’s historic environment” have called on the Government to scrutinise Everton’s plans to build a new stadium on Liverpool’s derelict north docks.

Ancelotti expecting big impact from Allan

7 September

Carlo Ancelotti has predicted that Everton fans will love what new signing Allan will bring to the team and says that next season promises to be much better than the last.

Gomes leaves Portugal camp with injury

7 September

Andre Gomes has been sent back to England by Portugal after picking up an injury that rules him out of today's Nations League fixture against Sweden.

Everton draw Salford City in the Carabao Cup

6 September

Everton have been drawn against Salford City at home in the Second Round of the Carabao Cup, with the winners facing Fleetwood Town or Port Vale.

Evertonians await confirmation of Rodriguez move

6 September

With all indications suggesting the deal has been agreed and his contract has been inked, Everton are expected to imminently unveil James Rodriguez as their latest signing.

Youngsters shine in comfortable friendly win over Preston

5 September

Goalkeeper Harry Tyrer and left-back Niels Nkounkou stood out as the Blues coasted to a 2-0 win thanks to goals by Jonjoe Kenny and Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Allan first through the door as Everton confirm capture of Brazilian

5 September

Everton have sealed the transfer of Allan Marques from Napoli in a deal worth £21m

Holgate an injury doubt ahead of Spurs clash

5 September

Mason Holgate's readiness for the new season suffered a blow during the first half of Everton's pre-season friendly with Preston this afternoon, with the defender's injury to be assessed.

Pickford keeps England place against Iceland

5 September

Jordan Pickford started and Michael Keane was on the bench as England narrowly beat Iceland in the Uefa Nations League this evening.

Davies lays on two goals in England U21s rout

4 September

Tom Davies, Moise Kean and Muhamed Besic were all in international action this evening.

Allan expected to lead midfield influx

4 September

Brazilian international Allan is believed to be at Finch Farm to complete the formalities on his £21m move from Napoli, the first of three signings Everton hope to wrap up in the next day or so

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Scout Report: James Rodriguez

4 September

In his second deep-dive of the week, Michael Greenall assesses what James Rodriguez could bring to Everton if, as is expected, he signs from Real Madrid.

Premier League eases financial rules in light of pandemic

4 September

The financial fair play restrictions on Premier League clubs will be relaxed to reflect the economic uncertainty of the Covid-19 pandemic report The Times.

Top-flight clubs vote down five-subs rule

3 September

The Premier League's 20 clubs have elected not to carry forward the regulation that permitted the use of up to five substitutes into the 2020-21 season.

Premier League forced to cancel sizeable Chinese broadcast contract

3 September

The most lucrative of the overseas television rights deals has been scrapped by the Premier League.

Doucouré set to complete Goodison switch

2 September

Everton and Watford have come to an agreement over a fee for Abdoulaye Doucouré, paving the way for the Frenchman to join Everton, possibly before the end of the week.

Reports: Rodriguez and Allan transfers are almost done

2 September

Updated Everton are on track to wrap up deals for James Rodriguez and Allan Marques on Thursday with the Colombian set to undergo a medical tomorrow after the Brazilian completed his today.

Sigurdsson heads list of players Everton would sell this summer

3 September

Everton will listen to offers for a few first-team regulars as well as fringe players who spent last season on loan as the club continues its preparations for the new campaign.

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Cadamarteri says fast-tracking at Everton cost his development

2 September

In this interview at Planet Football, Danny Cadmarteri says his development as a Premier League player with Everton was fast-tracked to the point where it was detrimental.

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Scout Report: Allan

2 September

On the Toffee Analysis blog, Michael Greenall takes an in-depth look at Everton's imminent signing from Napoli.

Rising star Gordon handed new contract by Everton

1 September

Everton's young attacking midfielder, Anthony Gordon, has underlined his breakthrough season by agreeing a new 5-year contract with Everton.

Everton disability teams third-kit achieve record breaking sales

31 August

Everton and hummel’s launch of the new third kit has been well received with record opening-day sales.

Michael Keane signs new 5-year contract

30 August

Michael Keane has agreed a new 5-year contract with Everton, underlining Carlo Ancelotti's confidence in the England centre-back.

Friendly at Blackburn Rovers is cancelled

30 August

Blackburn Rovers and Everton have cancelled the friendly that had been lined up for Ewood Park on Tuesday.

Under-18s win at Tranmere Rovers

29 August

Tom Cannon's impressive pre-season continued as he struck twice to help Everton Under-18s to a 4-0 friendly win at Tranmere Rovers Under-18s on Saturday.

Everton close in on Allan

29 August

Everton could have at least one, possibly two, players in the door within the next week if reports suggesting a deal is close to completion for Allan Marques are true.

Everton U23s can't score against Morecambe FC

29 August

Everton Under-23s failed to score against Morecambe FC this afternoon at USM Finch Farm in their 4th pre-season friendly.

First two games moved for TV

28 August

Everton's fixtures against Tottenham and West Bromwich Albion have been shifted to accommodate live television broadcast.

Design revisions part of Bramley-Moore Dock update

26 August

Everton will submit an updated planning application next month that will include architectural and design changes to the proposed Bramley-Moore Dock stadium.

Gareth Barry hangs up his boots

27 August

Popular ex-Everton midfielder Gareth Barry has announced his retirement from football at the age of 39.

Everton launch new third kit

26 August

Everton have unveiled the third and final strip for the new season, a “seafoam” green number with charcoal grey shorts.

Under-23s edge Chorley at Finch Farm

25 August

Everton U23s took on Chorley FC in a pre-season friendly played behind closed doors at Finch Farm on Tuesday

Baningime's loan to Blackpool falls through

25 August

It had been understood that Everton were negotiating a season-long deal for Beni Baningime to go on loan at Blackpool but this has now collapsed

Everton U18s trounced 8-2 by Man City

22 August

Everton U18s suffered a hammering from the Manchester City Academy players, who ran out 8-2 winners in a pre-season friendly on Saturday.

U23s put seven past Runcorn Town

22 August

Nathan Broadhead scored five fine goals as a dominant Everton Under-23s side beat Runcorn Town 7-1 in a pre-season friendly at USM Finch Farm on Saturday afternoon.

Everton recover after dreadful start at Blackpool

22 August

This afternoon, Everton clawed their way back from a dreadful start to draw 3-3 with Blackpool in their first pre-season friendly.

Premier League fixtures announced

20 August

Everton will kick off the new Premier League campaign at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and conclude it at the Etihad Stadium following the release of the 2020-21 fixtures.

Tom Cannon hat-trick in U18s pre-season win

20 August

A hat-trick from Tom Cannon was the highlight of a 6-2 pre-season friendly victory for Everton Under-18s against Preston North End on Wednesday afternoon

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Ronald Koeman never understood Everton; that won’t be a problem at Barcelona

18 August

The biggest positive for Quique Setien’s replacement at the Nou Camp is that he understands and connects with Barca’s underpinning philosophies, something that was never true at Goodison Park

Dai Davies diagnosed with terminal cancer

17 August

The family of former Wales and Everton goalkeeper Dai Davies have shared the sad news that he has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

Returning to the fold

16 August

Fringe players Gibson, Lossl, Kenny, Nkounkou, Besic and Bolasie all joined in the first day of training for Everton's senior squad.

Southport steal late win over Everton U23s

15 August

Southport scored late to secure the win in a Finch Farm friendly against David Unsworth's Under-23s on Saturday afternoon.

Two pre-season friendlies confirmed

14 August

Everton have confirmed their opening two friendlies of a shortened pre-season schedule with games arranged against Blackpool and Blackburn

New Everton U18s Scholars and U23s Pre-season Friendlies

13 August

A video showing the new scholars who will be competing for places in this season's Under-18 side has been released by Everton Academy

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Tranmere Rovers give James Vaughan a permanent deal

11 August

The Echo reports that Tranmere Rovers have completed the permanent signing of former Everton striker James Vaughan.

Everton Under-23s finish 8th in PL2

7 August

Despite sitting in 7th place when the Premier League 2 season ended prematurely in March, David Unsworth's Everton Under-23s have been moved down to a confirmed 8th-place finish based on points-per-game.

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The Richarlison you don’t know

7 August

Jack Lang writes: "Speak to enough people who have known him well over the years and a picture swiftly emerges — of a talented, stardom-bound footballer, yes, but also of a human being who has greatly enriched the lives of those around him."

Everton return to amber for new away strip

7 August

Everton have launched the away kit for next season, the second strip designed by new technical partner hummel, a call back to the classic amber and blue of the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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Carlo Ancelotti: Is Everton his biggest challenge?

6 August

"'Deadwood, mismanagement & a total rebuild" – Kevin Ratcliffe talks to Phil McNulty about the massive task facing Carlo Ancelotti at Goodison Park

Tosun won't be match-fit until November

4 August

29-year-old Cenk Tosun is still months away from playing again as he works his way through his rehabilitation plan at Finch Farm.

Holgate's desire for games almost forced a second loan

4 August

After a tumultuous season where he secured his place in the Everton defence, Mason Holgate has been talking about the primary desire at this stage of his career: just to be playing football.

Elsewhere On The Web

Everton Season Summary

3 August

The Guardian has published a review from a fan of each club to summarize their season. The Everton contribution is authored by Paul The Esk

Referees told how to deal with coughing, spitting and goal celebrations

3 August

According to a report in The Times, the FA has issued guidance to referees on coughing, spitting and goal celebrations as the sport proceeds while government rules on the containment of Covid-19 are in force.

Season ticket uptake undimmed by pandemic uncertainty

1 August

Evertonians have renewed their season tickets for next season in record numbers in spite of the lack of clarity over when fans might be able to return to football stadiums.

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The Forgotten Story of ... the English Super Cup

1 August

After English clubs were banned from Europe in 1985, the Football League created a consolation competition for them


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