- Mon Nov 6 5:41 PM
The Toffees midfielder has taken to Twitter to address rumours that he was left out of the matchday squad against Watford due to a lack of effort
- Mon Nov 6 4:06 PM
Everton midfielder James McCarthy
has become the latest player to be ruled out of Ireland's upcoming two-legged World Cup playoff with Denmark.
- Mon Nov 6 10:14 AM
• Keane joins squad after Dele Alli is ruled out with hamstring injury • Harry Kane, Harry Winks and Gary Cahill
all face late fitness tests Everton defender Michael Keane has been called up to the England squad for the friendlies against Germany and Brazil, replacing Tottenham midfielder Dele Al...
- Sat Nov 4 5:44 PM
Managerless Everton crashed out of the Europa League with two Group E games left to play as they were beaten 3-0 at Lyon.
- Thu Nov 2 10:47 PM
Everton's woes went from bad to worse as they were eliminated from the Europa League following their 3-0 defeat to Lyon. Everton's woes went from bad to worse as they were eliminated from the Europa League following their 3-0 defeat to Lyon. Everton defender Cuco Martina will travel back to Merse...
- Thu Nov 2 10:33 PM
Everton defender Cuco Martina was given the all clear on Thursday night after a sickening clash with Maxwel Cornet left him in a neck brace and taken off on a stretcher.
- Thu Nov 2 10:25 PM
Cuco Martina has been released from hospital and will travel back to Merseyside with the rest of the Everton squad on Thursday night. The defender underwent scans after landing awkwardly during an aer
- Thu Nov 2 9:21 PM
Everton defender Cuco Martina is taken to hospital with a neck injury after he lands awkwardly in the 3-0 defeat at Lyon.
- Thu Nov 2 7:25 PM
The full-back landed heavily during the latter stages of the first-half after a challenge with Maxwel Cornet
- Thu Nov 2 6:57 PM
Everton defender Cuco Martina suffered a potentially serious neck injury after an awkward collision with Lyon's Maxwel Cornet in their Europa League clash.
|We have got no points but at least we did not fold,
They are far too good for anyone,
said Sam Allardyce. Almost unstoppable, stated Pep Guardiola.
I would have preferred them not to play each other so they could both have got through,
You have to admire a top-quality team when, particularly in the first half, they're too good for you,
Allardyce said. As hard as the lads tried to cope with the quality they've got, it wasn't something we could cope with.