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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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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.

Crystal Palace vs Everton


Everton make their final trip to the Capital of the season this weekend where they will face Crystal Palace in another hugely significant match in terms of the Blues' survival hopes.

Dyche satisfied with a point but Tarkowski calls for more from forward line


Sean Dyche appeared to be relatively happy with the point that his Everton side earned at Crystal Palace yesterday, particularly in light of Mason Holgate’s red card 10 minutes from the end which meant the Blues were hanging on somewhat for a draw.

Kevin Campbell backs Graeme Sharp's silence


Former Everton striker and now Sky pundit, Kevin Campbell has provided his take on Graeme Sharp's non-response to the Open Letter the NSNOW group challenged him with last month

Everton U18s drew at Newcastle this morning


Everton U18s travelled to Newcastle this morning where they secured a draw in their U18 Premier League fixture.

Bill Kenwright pens open letter to #AllTogetherNow movement


Everton Chairman, Bill Kenwright, has released a public response to a message circulated on social media by the #AllTogetherNow movement in which he questions their calls for the removal of the club's Board of Directors.

Sean McAllister signs a new contract extension


Sean McAllister, a midfielder for the current Everton U21s, has signed a contract extension that runs through June 2024

Everton Stadium 'on track' as ceremony marks completion of structure


Everton and construction partner Laing O’Rourke held a "topping out" ceremony at Bramley-Moore Dock today to mark the completion of the structure of the club's new stadium.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Numb’


Picking through the pieces of that damaging defeat to Fulham and assessing what Sean Dyche might do to turn things around, starting with Saturday's important trip to Selhurst Park.

Everton U18s in fine win over Middlesbrough


Everton U18s put three goals past Middlesbrough at Finch Farm on Tuesday afternoon with no reply.

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Changes at top and new investment on the horizon despite relegation worries


Sky Sports News reporter, Alan Myers claims Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is close to securing new investment with changes at the top of the club to follow

Everton U21s give up late goal in mini-derby


Everton U21s were set for a nice win over Liverpool at Haig Avenue until they gave up a goal in the last minute of the mini-derby

Weak Everton succumb to damaging defeat against Fulham


Everton’s survival hopes took a massive dent as they were played off Goodison Park by their former boss Marco Silva’s Fulham despite a briefly successful reshuffle by Sean Dyche that brought the Blues back into the game at 1-1.

Everton U18s are well beaten at the Academy of Light


Everton U18s travel to the Academy of Light where they were well beaten by 2nd place Sunderland in a 12:30 kick-off today

Former Everton player will not be charged


The former Everton player arrested in 2021 on suspicion of child sex offences has been cleared of any potential charges it is being reported.

Everton vs Fulham


Sean Dyche will be forced into at least one change from the side that lined up against Manchester United last weekend with the news that Seamus Coleman has sustained a hamstring injury that will sideline him for the visit of Fulham on Saturday.

Everton Stadium makes the cut for Euro 2028 bid


Updated Everton's new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock will be one of six English grounds included in the bid by the British Isles to host the 2028 European Championships it has now been confirmed.

Garner pushing for first Premier League start


Now recovered from a long lay-off with a back injury, James Garner says he is ready to finally stake a claim in Everton's first team, some eight months after he arrived at the club from Manchester United.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: ‘Jigsaw Puzzles’


Reflecting on both the result and performance at Old Trafford before a look ahead to the visit of Fulham which is now a massive game in terms of the relegation battle. Who starts and does DCL get thrown in from the off?

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Everton and ‘the Grand Old Lady’ are stung by relegation threat and fan upheaval


Kevin Baxter speaks to Evertonians like ToffeeWeb’s Ell Bretland about the last days of Goodison Park and the danger that her last season could be spent in the Championship

Usmanov and USM Holdings targeted in latest UK sanctions


Britain has targeted individuals and companies who it accused of acting as "financial fixers" for Russian businessmen Roman Abramovich and Alisher Usmanov in its latest round of sanctions against Moscow for the war in Ukraine

Everton U21s badly beaten at Wolves


Everton U21s are away to their Wolves counterparts in PL2 at the Aggborough Stadium and it's streaming live for Members

Pickford heroics can't hold back red tide at Old Trafford


Everton were beaten for the third time in all competitions this season by Manchester United as the Red Devils’ clear superiority told with a result that could have been a lot worse for Sean Dyche’s men.

Prolific Cannon at the double to enhance Preston's promotion hopes


Tom Cannon scored both goals for Preston North End as the Lancashire side beat Queens Park Rangers 2-0 today, bringing the Lancashire club to within two points of the playoff places in the Championship.

Everton vs Manchester United


Unbeaten in four matches, Everton travel to Old Trafford on Saturday to take on Manchester United in the lunchtime kick off.

Dele Alli back in the UK with his season likely over


Dele Alli has returned to England with his largely unproductive loan spell at Besiktas over after he picked up a hip injury that will likely sideline him for the remainder of the season.

Gomes re-finding his form at Lille


André Gomes appears to be as happy as he has been at any time since his remarkable comeback from a broken ankle was derailed by the Covid-19 lockdown three years ago.

Lampard makes shock Chelsea return


A little over two months since he was sacked by Everton, Frank Lampard is back in management at Chelsea having been named interim boss of the West London club.

Stunning late Keane strike salvages another point for gutsy Everton


Everton recovered from going a man down and conceding a second-half penalty to claim a precious point at the death against Tottenham thanks to a staggering 90th-minute strike from Michael Keane.

Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur


With the first international break of 2023 out the way, Everton return to Premier League action on Monday under the lights at Goodison Park when they entertain Tottenham Hotspur.

Keane happy to be back in the fold


Michael Keane has opened up about his frustration under Frank Lampard, admitting that it was a tough pill to swallow when the former Everton boss froze him out of his plans this season.


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