- Wed Sep 27 5:25 PM
SkySports Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson has started training with the first team again after his second serious knee injury in two seasons but will need time to regain match fitness. Wilson tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in February, a and more »
- Wed Sep 27 4:05 PM
Ronald Koeman hailed Everton's resolve following their comeback against Bournemouth. Still nursing the one-sided 3-0 defeat to Atalanta in the opening round of group stage fixtures, Everton resume their Europa League campaign needing to bounce back with three points at home to Apollon Limassol on...
- Wed Sep 27 1:56 PM
was left bloodied after the challenge against Bournemouth. Wayne Rooney
took part in training on Wednesday ahead of Everton's Europa League Group E clash with Apollon Limassol after suffering a cut above the eye in Saturday's 2-1 home win over Bournemouth. Rooney was caught by an arm...
- Tue Sep 26 3:12 PM
Ronald Koeman exasperatedly praises Everton's comeback win over Bournemouth, but maintains they still need improvement. Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye is in talks over a new deal, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC. Gueye has impressed at Everton since arriving from Aston Villa last...
- Tue Sep 26 6:39 AM
Telegraph.co.uk He was substituted early again at the weekend, with his 55th-minute replacement Tom Davies helping turn the game against Bournemouth in Everton's favour. Koeman is standing by his fellow Dutchman, but admitted Klaassen is struggling. “He needs time. and more »
- Mon Sep 25 6:07 PM
The Senegalese striker stepped off the bench to score twice as Everton fought back to beat Bournemouth
- Mon Sep 25 8:11 AM
Martin 'Mad Dog' Allen returns with his latest column for Sportsmail. He discusses Bournemouth's start to the season and how Arsenal have rediscovered their bite.
- Mon Sep 25 7:39 AM
Jordan Pickford was delighted to play his part in Everton’s 2-1 win over Bournemouth on Saturday. Oumar Niasse etched his name into the headlines with a brace from the bench, with Tom Davies also catc
- Sun Sep 24 10:30 PM
Niasse's last appearance at Goodison in 2016, also against Bournemouth, saw him mocked by his own supporters
- Sun Sep 24 10:29 PM
• Niasse arrives from bench to give Everton win over Bournemouth • His attitude was perfect, says Blues manager Koeman Oumar Niasse collected his man-of-the-match award and left Goodison Park wearing an Everton tracksuit on Saturday. Nothing remarkable there – he is, despite Ronald Koeman’s best...
- Sun Sep 24 5:10 PM
All in all a good day out. A win which was vital in terms of confidence. Niasse comes in from the cold. Will Big Ron apologise for his treatment of the lad? He should.
- Sun Sep 24 3:02 PM
Ronald Koeman exasperatedly praises Everton's comeback win over Bournemouth, but maintains they still need improvement. ESPN spent a day behind the scenes at Everton to find out why they are the "people's club." Two goals from unlikely Everton hero Oumar Niasse dragged manager Ronald Koeman out o...
- Sun Sep 24 2:57 PM
Arsenal have already beaten Leicester, Bournemouth and Cologne at the Emirates this season, while West Brom have not won away from home since the second week of the season.
- Sun Sep 24 2:38 PM
Everton halted their run of consecutive Premier League defeats as Oumar Niasse's double claimed a dramatic 2-1 win over Bournemouth.
- Sun Sep 24 12:22 PM
After Everton’s come-from-behind 2-1 win over Bournemouth at Goodison Park on Saturday, evertonfc.com picks out five talking points from the come-from-behind victory over the Cherries… Oumar Offers So
- Sun Sep 24 12:06 PM
Bournemouth’s Tyrone Mings has revealed what Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said to him prior to the second half of their Premier League tie last year after the had defender ‘accidentally’ stood on Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s head. The Guardian reported that Mings did not think it was that bi...
- Sun Sep 24 11:31 AM
The Bournemouth defender was banned for five matches after stamping on Zlatan in March… and he has finally revealed what the United boss said to him at Old Trafford
- Sun Sep 24 8:15 AM
Telegraph.co.uk A cult hero is born at Goodison Park. When Everton opt for a nickname for striker Oumar Niasse, they can not look beyond 'Lazarus'; a Premier League career that looked dead soon after his arrival has resuscitated along with his club's morale. Niasse and more »
- Sun Sep 24 12:09 AM
PLUS: Everton want Bournemouth star Josh King to replace Romelu Lukaku
- Sun Sep 24 12:07 AM
was left bloodied after being caught by Simon Francis' stray arm, but should the Bournemouth defender have seen red?