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News Archive – 9

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Southampton vs Everton


Everton finally get back to Premier League action this weekend when they make the trek to the south coast to face Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium.

Everton U21s beaten at Fulham


Everton Under-21s were beaten by Fulham at Motspur Park, New Malden, on Friday night

Pickford picks up save of the month gong


Jordan Pickford has been recognised for his stellar efforts in the Merseyside derby with the Premier League's Save of the Month award for September.

Kevin Nicholson leaves Everton after just 5 months


Kevin Nicholson, who was appointed to the new post of Coach Educator at Finch Farm in April, to much fanfare, has already decided to leave the club.

Everton hit hard by FA for pitch invasions


Everton have been handed a heavy fine totalling £300,000 for the two incursions onto the pitch by supporters against Crystal Palace during the club’s emotional win over the Eagles in May.

Talks revived between Kaminski and Moshiri


Farhad Moshiri has reportedly returned to the negotiating table with Maciek Kaminski and is in advanced talks over either the sale of Everton FC outright or the Minnesota-based real estate mogul taking a stake in the club

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: “Better the Devil We Know”


The lads discuss the resurfaced talks between Kaminski and Moshiri over a potential buy-out of Everton, Patterson's injury and any debate over how he is replaced, Allan's departure, Everton Women's derby triumph, and times when the Blues have made the blood boil

Gordon: I was never desperate to leave Everton


Anthony Gordon has opened up about the 'crazy money' involved in football after massive bids for him were rejected by Everton in the summer and insists that despite the speculation he isn't devastated that a move to Chelsea didn't ever materialise.

Patterson out for “four or five” weeks


Everton have confirmed the more positive prognosis on Nathan Patterson's injury following the consultation with a specialist yesterday.

Katia Kouyate signs new 2-year deal


19-year-old striker Katia Kouyate has been with Everton Academy since he was 8 years old and has just signed a new professional contract.

Bilyaletdinov receives Russian army summons


Former Everton winger Diniyar Bilyaletdinov has been drafted into the Russian army as part of Vladimir Putin's partial mobilisation to support his war in Ukraine even though he is above the age limit.

Jenson Metcalfe signs a 4-year contract


Everton U21 midfielder Jenson Metcalfe is the latest Academy product to sign a professional contract with the club

Delph announces his retirement from football


Fabian Delph has called time on his professional football career just weeks after leaving Everton when his contract expired.

Lampard lauds players' hard work and improved form


Frank Lampard has credited his players for their hard work in recent weeks in making Everton harder to beat, describing how that has laid a foundation from which the Blues can grow as an attacking outfit as the new summer signings bed into the squad.

Everton Women convincingly win Merseyside derby


Everton Women won the Anfield derby in emphatic fashion today, beating newly-promoted Liverpool 3-0 at Anfield.

Allan leaves Everton for the UAE


Allan made his departure from Everton today when he signed for United Arab Emirates Pro League club Al Wahda on a two-year deal.

Elsewhere On The Web

Best Premier League transfer: Cahill or Coleman?


The Mirror is celebrating 30 years of Premier League football with a poll on who has been the best transfer?

Patterson may not have clarity on his injury for days


Nathan Patterson may not know the extent of the injury he sustained on international duty in midweek until Tuesday at the earliest but there are signs that the damage might not be as bad as first feared.

Koeman the latest to try to rewrite history


After Rafael Benitez continued his efforts to mend his image following a near-disastrous spell as Everton manager earlier this week, it was Ronald Koeman’s turn to try and paper over his poor performance as the Blues’ boss with comments made during an interview with Sky Sports.

Two new additions to Finch Farm staff


Everton have appointed a new Head of Academy Coaching and Head of Sports Science this week as sporting director Kevin Thelwell continues the work of reshaping the coaching setup at Finch Farm.

Everton announce partnership with Elevate to capitalise on new commercial opportunities at Bramley-Moore Dock


Everton have appointed a leading sports and entertainment consultancy to support the delivery of its commercial strategy for the club’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.

Iwobi nominated for Player of the Month


Alex Iwobi's stellar form to start the season has been recognised with his nomination for Premier League Player of the Month for September.

Everton sign up first official hair transplant partner in Vera Clinic


Everton have added a new commercial partner in the form of aesthetics specialists Vera Clinic who become the club’s first official hair transplant partner.

Patterson stretchered off in Nations League match


Everton full-back Nathan Patterson could be set for another spell on the sidelines after he had to be carried off the field with what looked to be a knee injury at Hampden Park this evening in Scotland's Uefa Nations League match against Ukraine.

Richarlison reveals how he almost missed vital games that helped secure Everton's safety


Richarlison has opened up on the latter days of his time at Everton, speaking of how he battled injuries in the run-in to last season, the friction in the dressing room after defeat at Burnley, and how he decided to leave because, in his view, the Blues are “lacking ambition”.

Bramley-Moore Dock could host Euros in 2028


Everton's new stadium is among the grounds being considered for hosting games at Euro 2028 should a combined bid by the nations of the British Isles be successful

Premier League announce automatic bans for pitch invaders


Fans who let off smoke bombs, pyrotechnics or invade the pitch at Premier League matches face a ban for at least 1 year as all 20 clubs vote unanimously in favour of new measures.

🎙TW Podcast – “It's Going to Be Okay”


Basking in the glow of three points for the Blues for the first time since May, the lads discuss the Blues' visible confidence and solidity, how to work DCL back into the side, who should be taking corners, and pick their favourite first goals from an Everton player

Elsewhere On The Web

Rafael Benitez says it was impossible to manage Everton his way due to Liverpool ties


In an interview with Sky Sports News, Rafael Benitez says it was 'difficult' to manage Everton the way he wanted to due to his ties with rivals Liverpool

Everton U21s secure a narrow win over Brighton


Everton U21s beat Brighton and Hove Albion in the 6th fixture of their Premier League 2 campaign.

Calvert-Lewin given more time to fully recover


Frank Lampard has explained that Dominic Calvert-Lewin was left out of the matchday squad to face West Ham today in order to maximise his recovery time from what the manager described as a "complicated injury".

Everton U18s narrowly defeated at Wolves


Leighton Baines took his Everton U18 charges to Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground to face Wolves where they lost to a solitary goal.

Everton vs West Ham United


Dominic Calvert-Lewin will be assessed before Sunday's Premier League clash with the Hammers to determine whether he is fit enough to start for the first time this season.

Light at the end of the tunnel for Townsend


Andros Townsend has spoken of how pleased he is with the pace of his recovery from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee and he feels like he could emerge from his rehabilitation in the best physical shape of his career.

Onana bowled over by fans' welcome


As he settles into life at Everton following his big-money move from LOSC Lille in the summer, Amadou Onana has been speaking of how at home he already feels at his new club.

First pro deal for Ebere


Everton Under-18s forward Coby Ebere has signed his first professional contract with the club, a three-year deal that will run until the summer of 2025.

Everton sign Eldin Jakupovic as short-term keeper cover


Everton have signed 37-year-old goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic as short-term cover whip Jordan Pickford is out injured.

Everton U21s hammer Sporting Braga in PL International Cup


Everton U21s produced an excellent display to beat Sporting Braga 5-0 tonight in a resumption of the Premier League International Cup.

Forbes value Everton at over £800m


Forbes value Everton at $940M (~£820M) in their latest assessment of The Business of Soccer.

West Ham game set to go ahead on Sunday


Everton's next scheduled Premier League fixture, against West Ham Utd at Goodison Park on Sunday, 18 September, is expected to get the green light to proceed despite The Queen's state funeral taking place the following day.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: “Let's Get That Win”


The lads discuss Everton's home clash with West Ham this Sunday, potential line-up and captaincy options and then reminisce about stand-in goalkeeping performances from the past.

Premier League announce pause to honour The Queen


The Premier League and English Football League have announced the postponement of all of this weekend’s fixtures following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Pickford out for up to a month


Everton have been hit by the news that Jordan Pickford is set to be sidelined for three to four weeks with a thigh injury.

Everton U21s lose at home to Chelsea


Everton U21s lost to Chelsea in Southport today

Everton vs Liverpool


The Goodison derby rolls around a little earlier than usual this year and it arrives with Everton having emerged from the summer’s transfer madness a little light up front and still looking for their first victory of the season.

Everton U18s secure last-minute win over Derby County


Everton U18s secured a last-minute win over Derby County in their first game of the Premier League Cup this evening at Finch Farm.

Lampard: “Character is a talent in its own right”


Frank Lampard has underlined the ethos that ran through Everton’s recruitment efforts this summer, a drive that focused on addressing key needs in the squad that was perhaps centred as much around character as adding strength to specific areas.

Lampard pleased with summer's transfer business


Frank Lampard says he is happy with the shape of Everton’s squad now that the transfer window has finally closed and he can get on with working with the players at his disposal.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: “Riding the Crest of a Gana Garner Wave”


Recording as the transfer window closed, the crew assess the last signings of the window and the summer's business as a whole, look back at the Brentford and Leeds games, preview the Goodison derby and pick their most vivid deadline-day memories

Coleman doesn’t see his future in punditry


Calling out one pundit in particular, Seamus Coleman has complained about what he feels was something of an agenda against Everton last season and says that the impulse towards controversy is why he doubts he’ll move into that side of game when he retires

Vaughan returns as Everton's new loans manager


Everton have appointed their former striker, James Vaughan, as their new Loans Manager.

Ferguson: 'I don’t agree with all this talk about relegation'


Duncan Ferguson says he is ready now to take on a full managerial role, that he is open to any challenge and that he left Everton this summer confident that the Blues won’t be involved in another scrap to avoid relegation this season.

Transfer Deadline Day


The summer transfer window closed tonight with Everton making the two expected additions to their midfield but the club failed to augment its treadbare striking options.


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