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Isaac Heath signs 2-year contract


Everton Under-21s midfielder Isaac Heath has signed a 2-year professional contract that runs until June 2025

Everton confirm new deal for Coleman


Club captain Seamus Coleman has extended his Everton career by a further year by signing another 12-month contract with the Toffees.

New home kit for next season celebrates Goodison Park


Everton's new home kit for the 2023-24 season includes elements that celebrate the iconic design of Goodison Park as the club begins the countdown to the move away from the Grand Old Lady to Bramley-Moore Dock in 2025.

Interim CEO provides update on stadium progress


Everton's Interim Chief Executive Officer Colin Chong has provided supporters with a progress report on Everton Stadium where he discusses the options open to the club in terms of the timing of the move from Goodison Park.

Everton and Ancelotti settle legal dispute


Carlo Ancelotti's legal counsel has announced that the Italian and Everton have reached "an amicable resoution" over the money it was claimed the club still owed him based on his contract.

Harry Tyrer set for season-long loan at Chesterfield


Young Everton goalkeeper Harry Tyrer has secured a season-long loan at Chesterfield from 1 July.

Sigurdsson may join Wayne Rooney at DC United


Gylfi Sigurdsson may join Wayne Rooney at DC United after he was released by Everton when his contract expired this time last year.

Gray weighs in with an assist on Jamaica debut


Demarai Gray made his full international debut for Jamaica yesterday, setting up the goal for the "Reggae Boyz" in a 1-1 draw with the United States amid speculation there is serious interest in his services from Saudi Arabia.

Chong appointed to the Board with Kenwright staying on for now


Bill Kenwright will remain as Everton's Chairman during  a "period of transition" as Chief Stadium Development Officer, Colin Chong, joins the Board of Directors as the club's interim Chief Executive Officer and Director and James Maryniak steps up to interim Chief Finance Officer.

Davies opts to leave Everton as a free agent


Tom Davies has turned down the offer of a new contract at Everton in favour of trying to kickstart his career elsewhere.

Doucouré talks about a 'very difficult season' at Everton


After scoring that priceless goal against Bournemouth on the final day that kept Everton in the Premier League for another season, Abdoulaye Doucouré has been talking about his third season at the club

England crush North Macedonia while Gray gets Jamaica call-up


Jordan Pickford was on international duty again this evening as England pummelled North Macedonia 7-0 in Euro 2024 qualifying at Old Trafford.

Everton arrange curtain-raiser against Sporting


Everton will wrap up their pre-season programme with a friendly against Portuguese side Sporting CP while a trip to nearby Wigan Athletic has also been confirmed.

2023-24 fixtures announced


Everton will kick off the new season with a home game against Fulham following the release of the full fixture list for 2023-24.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Looking Forward’


Discussing the latest goings-on at Everton, from the fixtures, player departures and offers of new contracts plus, of course, the big changes in the Boardroom

Everton choose Ticketmaster as new ticketing partner


Everton have confirmed that Ticketmaster will become the club's "Official Ticketing Innovation Partner" ahead of the 2023/24 season.

Everton Stadium on course to open in 2024-25


Everton say that they hope the club's new home at Bramley-Moore Dock will be ready around the turn of 2025, with plans being put in place for a mid-season move from Goodison Park in 2024-25.

Report: Everton face legal action if found guilty of breaching financial rules


Everton could be sued for tens of millions of pounds by four recently relegated clubs if they are found guilty of breaking the Premier League's profitability and sustainability rules later this year.

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A Third Season of Flying Too Close to the Sun Not an Option for Everton


A detailed statistical analysis of Everton's shockingly poor season in the Premier League is presented at the Opta Analyst website.

Everton to make decision on Dele Alli injury


Everton's medical staff will reportedly make a decision on whether Dele Alli should undergo surgery to correct the hip flexor problem that prematurely ended his loan spell with Besiktas in Turkey.

Everton to play Stade Nyonnais in new pre-season friendly


Everton have announced an additional pre-season friendly, in Switzerland next month.

CEO's departure among three changes in Everton Boardroom


Denise Barrett-Baxendale has left her role as Chief Executive Officer of Everton along with Chief Finance and Strategy Officer Grant Ingles and non-executive Board member Graeme Sharp, the club have announced.

Carlo Ancelotti sues Everton


Carlo Ancelotti is suing Everton in London's High Court two years after leaving the club for Real Madrid just 18 months into his contract. 

Articles of Association amended regarding transfer of shares


The Articles of Association for Everton Stadium Development Ltd have been amended by Special Resolution to allow the transfer of shares to a 'Secured Institution'

Everton benefit from add-on clause following Stones's success with Man City


Everton will collect a reported £2.5m by way of an appearance-related clause they negotiated during the sale of John Stones seven years ago after Manchester City won the Champions League.

Everton’s valuation drops by 21%


It’s no surprise that the continual slide of Everton’s place in the realm of world football should see a substantial decline in valuation, as estimated by Forbes magazine.

New deals on the table for Coleman, Davies and Lonergan


Everton have offered new deals to Seamus Coleman, Tom Davies and Andy Lonergan who are all now expected to remain with the club going into the 2023-24 Premier League campaign.

Calvert-Lewin trying German neuro-training treatment


Dominic Calvert-Lewin has travelled to a renowned neuro-training facility in Germany in the hope that it can resolve his long-running soft-tissue injury problems.

Everton stay local this summer


Everton have announced three pre-season friendlies against English Football League opponents for late July.

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Podcast: What Do The New Investors in Everton Bring to the Table?


Lyndon speaks to Jilal Bogi of The Football Economy podcast to talk all things Everton

Injury sidelines Onana for Belgium qualifiers


Amadou Onana has been forced to withdraw from contention for Belgium's upcoming European Championship qualification matches because of a minor groin problem.

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Everton Away Review


Two Bournemouth fans look back at their trip to Goodison Park and discuss the experience of visiting the Grand Old Lady on the final day of the season

Report: MSP Sports Capital are already involved at Everton


According to The Athletic, the New York-based investment firm that is in negotiations with Farhad Moshiri over a 25% stake in the club has begun providing funds to Everton for the construction of the new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.

Begovic signs off after two years with Everton


Asmir Begovic won't be staying on at Everton and will leave the club as a free agent this summer along with Yerry Mina who has posted his final farewell to supporters.

Board no-show at scheduled FAB meeting


No representatives of the Everton Board of Directors showed up at last night's meeting of the Fan Advisory Board, contrary to the Memorandum of Understanding in place.

Everton opt not to sign Coady


Everton have decided not to take up a £4.5m option to turn defender Conor Coady's season-long loan move from Wolves into a permanent transfer.

Nkounkou makes St Etienne move permanent


Ligue 2 side St Etienne have taken up the option of signing Niels Nkounkou from Everton on a permanent basis following a successful loan spell this past season.

Report claims Treasury are 'reviewing' Moshiri's finances


According to information received by The Guardian, the Treasury's “sanctions police” have been investigating the finances of Everton's majority shareholder, Farhad Moshiri, in light of his long-time association with Alisher Usmanov.

Report strengthens belief Coleman will be offered new terms


Seamus Coleman is to be offered the chance to extend his career at Everton by at least a year according to a report in The Times who also suggest that Jordan Pickford wants to remain at the club despite interest in his services from elsewhere.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Massive Relief’


The TW crew look back on a dramatic and draining day at Goodison Park where Everton did just enough to secure their survival as a Premier League club on the final day of the season thanks to Abdoulaye Doucouré's stunning winner

Vinagre signs off with heartfelt message to fans


Ruben Vinagre returns to Sporting CP this week now that his season-long loan at Everton is over and he took the opportunity to thank Evertonians and wish the club the best.

Dyche shifts rhetoric towards rebuilding job needed at Everton


Sean Dyche struck a purposeful chord with his post-match comments following the dramatic win over Bournemouth that secured Everton’s Premier League status on the final day, saying that the work to change things significantly at the club is already underway.

Everton save themselves on dramatic final day


Everton preserved their Premier League status by the skin of their teeth thanks to a brilliant second-half strike by Abdoulaye Doucouré that secured the victory the Blues knew they needed heading into the last game of the season.

Everton vs Bournemouth


Everton’s survival as a Premier League club goes down to the final day as they take on Bournemouth knowing that a victory would render whatever happens with relegation rivals Leicester City and Leeds United meaningless.

Mina signs off but not before ‘one last dance’


Yerry Mina has posted a farewell to message to Evertonians ahead of tomorrow's clash with Bournemouth which will be his last match for the Toffees.

Everton U19s bow out of Next Gen Cup in 4th place


Everton U19s bowed out of Next Generation Cup in 4th place after losing the 3rd-Place Playoff to West Ham Utd U19s

Gbamin not looking to return to Everton


Jean-Philippe Gbamin's agent says that the Ivorian midfielder is aiming to play the final year of his Everton contract elsewhere, with a move back to Russia one of the possibilities.

Everton U19s best Young Champs to progress in Next Gen Cup


Everton Under-19s secured a 2-1 win over Reliance Foundation Young Champs in Mumbai on Tuesday to qualify for the next round of the Next Generation Cup in India

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Now that the magic seems so irretrievably lost, Everton fans are hurt, bewildered and angry


Lifelong Evertonian and writer, Brian Viner, pens an anguished ode to his beloved Blues as another final-day battle for survival looms.

Calvert-Lewin and Patterson to miss Bournemouth clash


Dominic Calvert-Lewin is almost certain to be ruled out of the final game of the season along with Nathan Patterson after scans confirmed that both sustained serious enough hamstring injuries at Wolves to preclude their participation against Bournemouth on Sunday.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Down to the Wire’


Reviewing the drama of Everton's draw at Wolves that furnished the Blues with what could prove to be a crucial point and a look at the manager's options given all the injuries ahead of the final game against Bournemouth

Everton trigger option to extend Doucouré deal by a year


Everton have taken up their option to extend Abdoulaye Doucouré's contract at the club by a further 12 months.

Moshiri signs exclusivity agreement with MSP Sports Capital


According to reports, MSP Sports Capital have secured exclusivity in their negotiations with Farhad Moshiri as a precursor to a possible investment deal that could provide Everton with much-needed funds and lead to change at boardroom level.

Last-gasp Mina leveller salvages potentially crucial point for Everton


Yerry Mina scrambled home an equaliser nine minutes into stoppage time at Molineux to stave off defeat to Wolves on an afternoon that threatened to be disastrous for Everton.

Injured duo to be assessed after coming off against Wolves


Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Nathan Patterson both sustained hamstring injuries during today's 1-1 draw at Wolves and will undergo scans at Finch Farm to determine if either can play against Bournemouth next weekend.

Everton U19s beat Sudeva Delhi in Next Gen Cup


Everton U19s take on Sudeva Delhi at the Reliance Corporate Park in Mumbai, India, in the second group game of their Next Generation Cup participation.

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Graeme Sharp's Everton exile is a sad, sorry tale.


In the Mail, Dominic King talks up the sad and sorry tale of Graeme Sharp's 'exile' from Goodison Park since the fateful day when security fears were cited to justify the Board's absence

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton


Vitalii Mykolenko is almost certain to be ruled out of Saturday's trip to Molineux to face Wolves after missing training this week with a thigh injury but Dominic Calvert-Lewin is expected to be available.

777 Partners' £600m deal for Everton not imminent


Reports that Farhad Moshiri is close to securing a deal worth approximately £600m with Miami-based investment firm 777 Partners to buy out his 94% stake in Everton have been played down.

Everton to receive £400k compensation for Isaac Price


With Isaac Price moving from the Everton Academy to Standard Liege in Belgium this summer, Everton are set to receive £400k in compensation.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘60/40’


*synopsis amended* Andy, Lyndon and Paul look back at the non-event that was Everton's home defeat to Manchester City and ponder the implications of injury to Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Vitalii Mykolenko ahead of what is a massive game at Wolves

Premier League has no influence over timeline of commission's review of Everton case


While the Mail claim that Everton's relegation rivals are preparing to sue the Blues if they stay up this season, The Telegraph report that the Premier League are insisting they are powerless to bring forward the verdict of the independent commission

Everton Under-19s lose first game of Next Gen Cup in India


Everton Under-19s were comprehensively beaten by Wolves in their first game of the Next Gen Cup in India

Everton are sending an Under-19s team to India


Everton are sending an Under-19s team to compete at the Premier League's Next Generation Cup in India.

Everton arrange private security for their final match of the season


Everton are deploying a private security firm to police their final home match of the season — but insist the measures are not down to the threat of relegation.

Everton undone by ruthless City machine


Everton fell to predictable defeat to Manchester City as Ilkay Gündogan underlined the chasm in class between the two clubs with another world-class performance that took the visitors to within two wins of the title and kept the Blues mired in relegation danger.

Everton sweat on Calvert-Lewin's fitness after half-time substitution


Dominic Calvert-Lewin was withdrawn at half-time of today's defeat to Manchester City because of "tightness" in his groin, according to Sean Dyche.

Everton vs Manchester City


Everton play their penultimate home game of 2022-23 this weekend and it’s their most difficult Goodison Park assignment of the campaign as reigning Champions Manchester City come to town.

Coleman has minor knee surgery


Seamus Coleman has undergone surgery to repair the knee injury he sustained in the 2-2 draw with Leicester and though his 2022-23 campaign is over, Sean Dyche has suggested that the Irishman could prolong his playing career with the Blues next season. 

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Only the Strong Survived: Remembering the Brutal Boys’ Pen at Goodison Park in the 1960s


Paul McParlan recounts his harrowing brush with the infamous enclosure by the Gwladys Street End, a relic of a bygone age but a reflection of the socio-economic tapestry of Liverpool at the time

Doucouré parks contract talks until the summer


Abdoulaye Doucouré says he is unsure what the future holds for him beyond this season, saying that talks over the possibility of him extending his stay at Everton will continue in the summer.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Unthinkable! Unbelievable! Incredible!’


A 5-man crew basks in the glow of Everton's 5-star, 5-goal performance on the south coast that has given the club hope that they can escape relegation this season.

Magnificent Everton run riot at Brighton to boost survival hopes


Everton blew much-vaunted Brighton away on their own ground, registered their biggest win in 4½ years and lifted themselves out of the relegation zone with a counter-attacking masterclass at the Amex Community Stadium.

Everton U21s beaten in final game against Leicester City


Everton U21s finish up their Premier League 2 season with a defeat against Leicester City on Monday.

LoanWatch Wrap-up


A final look at the Everton players who have been out on loan with other clubs this season

Season ends with a late draw for Everton U18s with Manchester Utd


The 2022-23 season ended with a late draw for Everton U18s in their final game of the U18 Premier League with Manchester Utd today at Finch Farm

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Conor Coady left with uncertain future after falling out of favour on loan at Everton


Conor Coady is facing an uncertain future after failing to appear in Everton’s last 10 matches. The centre-back is coming to the end of his season-long loan at Everton, who have an option to buy him from Wolves

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Everton


Everton make the long trip to the south coast for a Monday evening kick-off against Europe-chasing Brighton needing to come away with a positive result to aid in their battle to avoid relegation this season.

Good news for Coleman as he escapes serious injury


Seamus Coleman has received positive news after scans on his injured knee revealed no damage to his anterior cruciate ligament.

Sam Allardyce takes over at Leeds


Former Everton manager, Sam Allardyce, has been installed as Leeds United's new manager for the final four games in this season‘s tense Premier League relegation battle following the sacking of Javi Gracia. 

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Guardian: Usmanov was banned from UK travel before Ukraine Invasion


The Guardian has produced another in their seemingly endless series of negative articles about Everton's finances, with Simon Godley regurgitating much of the rumour and innuendo citing Russian Oligarch Alisher Usmanov as Everton's prime source of income before he was hit by sanctions over Ukraine. 

Everton U18s draw at Manchester Utd


Everton U18s came from behind to earn a 1-1 draw against Manchester United U18s at Carrington on Tuesday evening.

Everton's window to safety narrows following hectic draw at Leicester


Everton had to be content with just a point from a match they desperately needed to win but avoided another damaging defeat thanks to Jordan Pickford and a redemptive second-half strike from Alex Iwobi.

Leicester City vs Everton


Everton travel to the King Power Stadium this evening for what is the most important match the club has faced in almost a year, a bona fide six-pointer against Leicester City between the 18th- and 19th-placed sides in the Premier League.

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Toxic civil war between fans and board ripping Toffees apart


Shamoon Hafez for BBC Sport on the crisis at Goodison Park.

Coleman likely to have suffered 'serious' knee injury at Leicester


Everton fear that Seamus Coleman suffered a serious, season-ending injury during last night's pulsating 2-2 draw with Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

Doucouré: It’s up to us to keep Everton in the Premier League


Abdoulaye Doucouré insists that Everton’s players do care about the club’s plight and are determined not to be the ones to end almost seven decades of top flight football at Goodison Park.

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The board have ripped the soul out of Everton and everything it stood for has gone


Over the years as a journalist covering Everton for the Liverpool Echo and now the Mail, Dominic King has defended the Everton hierarchy and Bill Kenwright from criticism but as the club fights for its Premier League life, the evidence of "years of bad decisions" has opened his eyes to the biggest problems afflicting the club.  

Everton U18s win against Stoke City at Finch Farm


Everton U18s beat Stoke City at Finch Farm in the U18 Premier League today.

Everton U21s out-gunned by Arsenal


Everton U21s out-gunned by Arsenal in abruising second half at Haig Avenue in Southport on Friday night

FAB calls a vote of no confidence in Kenwright


The Everton Fan Advisory Board has issued a statement calling a vote of no confidence in Club chairman, Bill Kenwright following his controversial open letter to the #AllTogetherNow fan group last week

Brands laments interference from Moshiri and Benitez during time at Everton


Former Everton Director of Football, Marcel Brands, has spoken of how the impatience and interference by owner Farhad Moshiri made it difficult for him to perform the job he was hired to do.

Newcastle punish Everton's defensive disarray to leave Blues deep in relegation trouble


What was hoped would be a pivotal night in terms of Everton's bid to escape the drop this season turned into a nightmare as Sean Dyche's defence was ripped apart in a demoralising second half at Goodison Park.

Everton vs Newcastle United


Everton are back under the Goodison Park lights for the final time this season as high-flying Newcastle come to town in another match to have taken on huge importance in terms of the Blues' battle for survival.

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Together, anything is possible


Everton coach welcome to return for Thursday's game


Everton's players will arrive at Goodison Park by coach for the massive Premier League game against Newcastle United on Thursday night where they are set to be welcomed once more by thousands of supporters outside the ground.

Everton U21s win big away at Leicester City


Everton U21s handsomely beat Leicester City tonight at the club's Park Hill training ground near Seagrove.

#AllTogetherNow issue response to Bill Kenwright


The #AllTogetherNow Campaign have delivered a return salvo in what is becoming a public war of words with Bill Kenwright, reiterating their calls for the Everton Chairman to stand down following his own open letter which was released on Friday.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Turn It Up to Eleven’


Anticipating what is shaping up to be another intense night under the lights on Thursday when Newcastle come to town, looking back at the draw at Crystal Palace and the controversy surrounding Bill Kenwright's open letter to supporters

Everton escape Selhurst Park with a point despite Holgate calamity


Everton claimed a point but spurned another chance to haul themselves away from danger, dropping into the relegation zone with a goalless draw at unimpressive Crystal Palace after Mason Holgate was sent off in the closing stages.


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