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🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: 'Maupay Being a Bit Maupay'


Most of the crew is back to chat Pickford at the Euros, pre-season, transfers and Tim Cahill

Pickford advances to the last eight again with England


Jordan Pickford and England are through to the quarter-finals of Euro 2024 thanks to a stunning Jude Bellingham equaliser in stoppage time and Harry Kane's winner.

‘Everton FC in Everton’ Heritage Day


An ‘Everton FC in Everton’ Day will unfold this Saturday, 29 June, at the historic Prince Rupert's Tower featured on the club crest.

Atalanta seal £11m Godfrey transfer


Ben Godfrey has left Everton it has now been confirmed after Atalanta had an improved offer of £11m accepted by the Blues for the defender.

U21s full-back Dixon signs new Everton deal


Promising young right-back, Roman Dixon, has committed his future to Everton by putting pen to paper on a fresh contract that ties him to the Blues until 2027.

Mykolenko forced off again with injury as Ukraine bow out


Ukraine's Euro 2024 campaign is over and Vitalii Mykolenko remains an injury concern ahead of Everton's 2024-25 season after he was forced to withdraw again from action for his country.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: 'The Poster Boys for Bending the Rules'


Adam, Paul and Lyndon on a flurry of June transfer activity at Everton, the speculation around Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Beto and Ben Godfrey, and potential new signing Ililman Ndiaye

Ashley Young signs on for another year


Ashley Young has agreed a 1-year extension to his contract with Everton

🎙Podcast Special: FAB Nominee Paul McMonnies


Pablo joins the podcast again to discuss his work with the Everton Fan Advisory Board over the past 12 months and his candidacy for another year on the representative body.

Pickford sets new tournament record in another lifeless England draw


Jordan Pickford recorded his 11th clean sheet at a major tournament as England slogged their way to a goalless draw with Slovenia in their final Group C game at Euro 2024.

Harrison returns for second season-long loan


Everton have re-signed Jack Harrison on loan from Leeds United, the Club have confirmed.

Friedkin Group cover Everton debt to MSP Sports Capital as part of takeover negotiations


The Friedkin Group has already paid off the £158m loan from MSP Sports Capital as part of the exclusivity they have been granted for negotiations with Everton's majority shareholder, Farhad Moshiri.

Everton Academy player Aaron Epia signs for Newcastle


The Geordies are reporting that a former prodigy of the Everton Academy, 16-year-old centre-back Aaron Epia, has now joined Newcastle United.

Construction of Everton’s new stadium is heading down the final stretch


With the Friedkin Group closing on a deal to acquire Farhad Moshiri’s majority stake in the club and construction work on the club’s new multi-million-pound stadium at Bramley Moore-Dock entering the final six months, Everton supporters can finally start dreaming about a brighter future.

Newcastle end talks over potential Calvert-Lewin deal


Newcastle United appeared to have followed up on their long-standing interest in Dominic Calvert-Lewin but reports now say that they have called off their pursuit of the Everton player.

Everton confirm Iroegbunam as first summer signing


Tim Iroegbunam has become the first incoming signing of Everton's close season following confirmation that a 3-year deal has been agreed after his transfer from Aston Villa.

Villa complete Dobbin transfer


Lewis Dobbin has joined Aston Villa in a deal that is officially undisclosed but is reported to be in the region of £10m.

Friedkin Group granted exclusivity in Everton takeover talks


As expected, the Texas-based Friedkin Group have entered exclusive talks with Farhad Moshiri over the purchase of his 94.1% stake in the Club.

Pickford clean sheet ruined by Hjulmand strike


England were frustrated by Denmark in their attempts to book passage to the next phase of Euro 2024 as Morten Hjulmand cancelled out Harry Kane's opener with a long-range effort in the two countries' 1-1 draw in Frankfurt.

Everton to face Southampton in Goodison's farewell


Everton will kick off their final season at Goodison Park with a home fixture against Brighton and play their last top-flight game at the Grand Old Lady against Southampton.

Pickford picks up another clean sheet in narrow England win


Jordan Pickford was back between the sticks in a major international tournament for England and earned a record-equalling 10th clean sheet in the process and Jude Bellingham's goal was enough to edge Serbia.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: 'Oooo... You Look Quite Nice!'


Discussing takeovers, predatory bids by Manchester United for Branthwaite, the release of the 2024-25 fixtures, and the early knockings of Euro 2024

Academy product Callum Connolly signs for Stockport County


Everton Academy product Callum Connolly has signed for Stockport County after completing 3 years at Blackpool since leaving Finch Farm in 2021.

Frank D’Arcy, RIP


Frank D’Arcy, a member of Everton’s 1969-70 title-winning side, has passed away at the age of 77.

Kevin Campbell dies after a short illness


Everton and Arsenal have confirmed the shock news that an icon of both clubs, Kevin Campbell, has died after being hospitalised last month because of illness.

Friedkin Group emerge as favourites to buy Everton


Sky News, The Athletic and The Telegraph are reporting that the group fronted by AS Roma owner Dan Friedkin has agreed a deal in principle with Farhad Moshiri in negotiations to sell his majority stake in Everton FC.

Everton reject insultingly low Manchester United bid for Branthwaite


Manchester United have made a move for Jarrad Branthwaite, with Everton reportedly rejecting a derisory opening offer of just £35m.

Coleman signs a 1-year contract extension


Seamus Coleman has told Evertonians in a personal message the news today that he has agreed to extend his contract for another year.

Everton tie up Club-record deal with new kit supplier Castore


Everton have agreed a multi-year partnership with Castore that will see the Wirral-founded sportswear brand produce the Club's new playing strips, training and travel wear for the Men's and Women's teams from the 2024-25 season.

Fresh bidder enters the mix for Everton takeover


Farhad Moshiri has reportedly received another bid for his majority stake in Everton, this time from Vici Private Finance which is backed by two "western hemisphere" billionaires.

Report claims Moshiri is continuing talks with A-CAP


Farhad Moshiri remains in negotiations with 777 Partners' chief lender over a potential takeover of Everton, according to The Telegraph.

Mykolenko suffers relapse of ankle injury on duty for Ukraine


Vitalii Mykolenko was forced off with an ankle injury during Ukraine's friendly against Moldova this evening and will undergo a further scan tomorrow to determine the extent of any damage.

New international consortium join AS Roma owner as Everton suitors


According to fresh reports, a group of global investors headed up by London-based businessman Vatche Manoukian has joined American billionaire, Dan Friedkin, in the queue of investors interested in buying out Farhad Moshiri's majority stake.

Evertonian investors building consortium to buy Everton


Evertonians Andy Bell and George Downing are among the leading contenders to buy Everton amid reports that a new group of investors have entered exclusive negotiations with Farhad Moshiri.

Everton set to land Partick Thistle youngster


Cieran Loney, a 16-year-old forward who became Partick Thistle's youngest-ever player, is close to being confirmed as an Everton player, according to The Athletic

Gomes signs off with heartfelt goodbye message


André Gomes says that Everton will always be in his heart as he bids farewell to the Club after almost six years on Merseyside.

Branthwaite misses the cut for England's Euro 2024 squad


Jarrad Branthwaite has been overlooked by Gareth Southgate for this summer's European Championship Finals, with the young Everton star not included in the final 26-man squad.

Report: A-Cap propose to step into breach left by 777 Partners


777 Partners' major lender, A-Cap, together with a partner firm, are proposing to undertake major investment in Everton that would ultimately see them take a non-controlling equity stake in the Club.

Premier League clubs vote overwhelmingly to keep VAR


At the Premier League AGM on 6 June, Premier League clubs voted in favour of continuing with VAR.

Three pre-season friendly fixtures announced


Everton have announced three pre-season friendlies for Sean Dyche's team as part of their preparation for the 2024-25 Premier League season

Lewis Warrington among a slew of young players released this summer


Everton have announced that recent first-team squad members Lewis Warrington and Mackenzie Hunt will be among a number of players leaving the Club this summer.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: 'Chasing a Double Gloucester Down the Hill with Gusto'


The guys talk squad departures, transfers and which Everton player would win the annual Cheese-Rolling Race at Cooper's Hill!

'Speedo Mick' given huge honour by City of Liverpool


Michael Cullen, who rose to fame as "Speedo Mick" for his weather-defying outfit as he walked the length and breadth of Britain in aid of charity, was recently made a Citizen of Honour by the City of Liverpool.

Branthwaite gets his England debut in Newcastle


Jarrad Branthwaite came on as one of five England substitutes to make his debut in Newcastle tonight just after Cole Palmer had put the Three Lions ahead against Bosnia-Herzegovina from the penalty spot

Kevin Campbell battling 'health challenges'


Former Everton striker, Kevin Campbell, is currently unwell amid reports that he was admitted to hospital with kidney failure.

Deadline day dawns for 777 Partners and their Everton takeover


The long-running 777 takeover saga should reach some sort of conclusion today, 31 May 2024.

Onana hoping to put himself in the shop window


Amadou Onana is hoping to shine on the international stage for Belgium this summer in an effort to attract interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs.

Everton to offer Calvert-Lewin new contract


Everton's recent derby hero, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, is reported to be in negotiations with the Club over a new contract, with just 1 year left on his current deal

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Former club sponsor Cazoo enters administration


Cazoo, the online car retailer, entered administration yesterday after an aggressive and high-profile sponsorship strategy.

Talk of a fire sale and impending administration angers club hierarchy


Everton maintain that a 'fire sale' of players is not being contemplated and that talk of imminent administration is irresponsible in the extreme

Reports: Everton seeking double loan move that includes Phillips


Everton are reportedly interested in signing Kalvin Phillips on a season-long loan from Manchester City while also bringing Jack Harrison back to Goodison Park for another year.

Interested Palace investor talks up Everton's potential


American businessman John Textor has admitted that he has had talks with regard to investing in Everton as he moves to sell his stake in Crystal Palace.

777 Partners look to offload Standard Liege


777 Partners could look to push through the sale of their interest in Belgian side Standard Liege after investment bank Moelis & Co. were hired to review the beleaguered firm's football assets.

Pickford and Branthwaite handed season awards


Everton's two current England stars, Jordan Pickford and Jarrad Branthwaite, were recognised for their excellent form for the Toffees this season in the Club's awards for 2023-24

FAB report that Moshiri has received 'unsolicited approaches' from potential investors


The Everton Fan Advisory Board were able to meet virtually with the Club's majority shareholder earlier this week to discuss the ongoing uncertainty over 777 Partners' takeover bid.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: 'The VAR Soapbox'


Shouting into the void again over poor officiating following Michael Oliver's ego trip at the Emirates. And selecting our player, goal and performance of the 2023-24 season

Lookman hat-trick wins Europa League Final for Atalanta


Former Everton striker, Ademola Lookman scored a hat-trick against Bayer Leverkusen to win the Europa League Final for Atalanta in Dublin on Wednesday evening.

Branthwaite included in Southgate's 33-man England 'training' squad


Jarrad Branthwaite has been included along with Jordan Pickford in Gareth Southgate's 33-man England provisional squad ahead of Euro 2024 in Germany next month.

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“I got £10,000 for winning the Golden Boot but wish I hadn't”


I got £10,000 for winning the Golden Boot, says Everton legend Bob Latchford. But I wish I hadn't... the taxman wouldn't leave me alone!

Patterson to miss Euro 2024


Nathan Patterson has been ruled out of Scotland's squad for this summer's European Championships as he won't recover from surgery on his hamstring in time.

Everton robbed of laudable point at Arsenal


In a season riven with controversy and scandalous treatment from the game’s authorities, it was perhaps fitting that Everton’s season should end with an outrageous decision from referee Michael Oliver that handed victory to title runners-up Arsenal.

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Everton suffer bizarre snub in Premier League video


Everton U18s wrap up their season by smashing Newcastle Utd


Everton U18s wrapped up their season in the U18 Premier League with a massive home win at Finch Farm against Newcastle Utd

Arsenal vs Everton


Everton finish their 2023-24 Premier League schedule at the Emirates Stadium where they could yet play a part in determining whether the title stays in Manchester or ends up in North London for the first time in 20 years.

777 Partners co-founders resign their positions


Josh Wander and Steve Pasko, co-founders of 777 Partners, have stepped down from their positions as managing partners of the firm.

Everton activate one-year clause in Gueye's contract


Everton have exercised a club option to extend Idrissa Gueye's contract by another year while a new 12-month deal has been offered to Ashley Young.

777 Partners lose control of Vasco da Gama


In another massive hit to the multi-club model they wanted to bring to Everton, a Brazilian judge has acted to take Vasco da Gama out of the hands of 777 Partners while the firm's assets in Belgium have been seized.

Everton offered funding to complete the new stadium


Everton have reportedly been offered a further loan of up to £150m by the private equity firm that was recently said to have been in talks with 777 Partners in connection with their takeover bid for the Club.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: 'Pandora's Box'


Discussing the win over Sheffield United in this season's Goodison finale; a look ahead to the season-closer at Arsenal; and an epic VAR rant from Andy

Wolves table motion to scrap VAR


Wolverhampton Wanderers have formally put forward a proposal to end Video Assistant Refereeing starting next season.

More than 2,000 Village Street and Trinity Place Memberships Sold at Everton Stadium


With just over a year to go until Everton Stadium opens, 80% of ’ALL’ Seasonal Memberships have sold out. 

More fans to be given chance to make their mark on Everton Way


Everton Way at Bramley-Moore Dock is to be widened along the entire length of the South Stand to allow more fans to cement their place in history at the Club’s new stadium.

777 Partners given until 31st May to conclude Everton takeover


777 Partners' bid to buy Everton is still alive, with Farhad Moshiri extending the sales and purchase agreement with the firm until the end of this month.

Masters defends Premier League role in delayed 777 takeover


The Premier League's Chief Executive, Richard Masters has defended the length of the ongoing and still unresolved takeover by 777 Partners of Everton, explaining that, ultimately, it is up to Farhad Moshiri.

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Wilder wishes 'classy' Everton all the best


Sheffield United manager, Chris Wilder, had some nice things to say about Evertonians and Goodison Park following his side's 1-0 defeat to the Toffees on Saturday.

Coleman to consider another year at Everton


Seamus Coleman says it would be hard to walk away from Everton this summer and that he will "have a think" over his future before making a decision on a new one-year contract.

Everton U18s see victory turn to defeat at Nottingham Forest


Everton U18s play Nottingham Forest at The City Ground today in their last away game of the season

Doucouré header enough for Everton in home finale


Abdoulaye Doucouré scored the game's only goal as Everton rounded off their 2023-24 home campaign with victory over Sheffield United in the sunshine at Goodison Park.

Standard Liege game called off amid protests as 777 hire restructuring experts


Standard Liege's fixture against Westerlo had to be postponed this evening after protestors prevented the team coach from getting to the stadium amid reports of crisis at 777 Partners and Farhad Moshiri informing the group he is ending the deal they agreed last September.

Under-18s keeper George Pickford signs 2-year deal


Everton Under-18s goalkeeper George Pickford has signed his first professional contract, a 2-year deal with the club

Everton withdraw appeal against second points deduction


Everton have announced that they no longer plan to appeal the sanction imposed by the Premier League for their second breach of Profitability and Sustainability Rules.

Sean Dyche named Manager of the Month


Sean Dyche has been crowned Premier League Manager of the Month for April after picking up his side following a huge setback at Chelsea to collect the points needed to guarantee top-flight safety with three games to spare.

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The 777 sharks should never have been allowed to circle Everton


In his latest Everton-centred column for the Mail, Ian Herbert pulls no punches in his assessment of 777 Partners and their lack of suitability as owners of the Club and he doesn't hold back on Farhad Moshiri either, describing him as "one of the most inept proprietors to have darkened the doors of our game".

Everton vs Sheffield United


Sean Dyche says that this weekend's game against Sheffield United is unlikely to be Seamus Coleman's last at Goodison Park because his "thirst" is to keep playing for Everton.

Reports: MSP Sports Capital revive interest in Everton takeover


MSP Sports Capital are "exploring" buying Everton as 777 Partners' takeover bid appears to be hitting the skids amid reports Farhad Moshiri may pull the plug on the deal he struck with them in September.

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Tyler: Manchester United should appoint Dyche as successor to Ten Hag


Martin Tyler says that Manchester United should appoint Sean Dyche as successor to Erik ten Hag in what would be an astonishing move by Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Moshiri 'considering' termination of 777 Partners deal following London talks


Farhad Moshiri met 777 Partners in London this week as the Miami-based firm's legal jeopardy intensifies and further doubts have been cast over their ability to complete their proposed takeover of Everton.

FAB demands Moshiri look for new bidders


The Everton Fan Advisory Board have joined the Shareholders Association in branding 777 Partners as unsuitable owners of Everton Football Club and urged Farhad Moshiri to open the door to other bidders as he seeks to sell his majority stake.

🎙ToffeeWeb Podcast: 'The Sean Dyche Redemption'


The guys discuss the latest in the frustratingly long 777 Partners takeover saga, the draw with Luton, the home game against Sheffield United and touch on some potential transfer ins and outs for this summer.

Everton mourn death of Paul Holmes


Former Everton defender, Paul Holmes, has died aged just 56 after a battle with cancer, the Club have announced.

Premier League Commission reject Nottingham Forest's appeal


Nottingham Forest have failed with an appeal against their four-point punishment for breaching Premier League Profitability and Sustainability rules

Shareholders Association demand an end to takeover 'farce'


The Everton FC Shareholders Association have issued a strongly-worded statement criticising 777 Partners as being unfit to become owners of the Club and condemning both Farhad Moshiri and the Premier League for the "never-ending" takeover saga.

Young: 'Everton is a fantastic club to be a part of'


Ashley Young made his debut as a pundit on Sky Sports last night and he had some glowing things to say about Everton and the work that Sean Dyche has done with the Blues this season.

777 Partners could have their assets in Belgium seized amid problems at Standard Liege


A journalist at Josimar has tweeted that 777 Partners could have their assets in Belgium frozen at the behest of the Miami's firm's creditors, Standard Liege's former owner and the shareholders in the club's stadium.

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Everton’s takeover screams danger – 777 could pose a bigger threat than relegation


In his latest column for The Telegraph, Jamie Carragher highlights the threat to Everton's future posed by the potential ownership of 777 Partners but tries to argue that its incumbent on the supporters to make their opposition to the takeover heard more loudly

Everton U18s lose to Man Utd at Carrington


Everton U18s lost their U18 Premier League fixture away to Man Utd today at their Carrington training ground

777 Partners accused of fraud in US lawsuit


In the latest in a seemingly never-ending series of negative headlines swirling around Everton's prospective new owners, 777 Partners are being sued for fraud in a New York court by a pair of London-based asset management companies.

Howard lauds Everton and Moyes in HoF speech


Former Everton goalkeeper, Tim Howard, was inducted into the USA’s National Soccer Hall Of Fame this weekend and he had some glowing things to say about the Blues and his former manager, David Moyes, during his acceptance speech.

Everton earn a draw to keep Luton in relegation danger


Everton had to be content with a point from their travels to Kenilworth Road after Elijah Adebayo cancelled out Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s penalty and the game ended all square.


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