- Sat Sep 22 10:30 PM
England's new No1 on handling greater pressure after Russia heroics this summer and keeping his feet on the ground
- Sat Sep 22 9:00 AM
Mark Lawrenson is tipping Lucas Torreira to help Arsenal ease to a victory over Everton at The Emirates on Sunday. The Gunners signed the Uruguay international in a £26m deal from Serie A side Sampdoria in the 2018 summer transfer window. Torreira impressed during the World Cup as the holding mid...
- Sat Sep 22 4:40 AM
Unai Emery has revealed his delight at how Lucas Torreira has been gradually improving for Arsenal this season. The Uruguay international has been settling into life at The Emirates after having signed for the north London side from Sampdoria in the summer. Torreira was made to wait to make his f...
- Fri Sep 21 11:01 PM
EVERTON forward Richarlison was such a fanboy of Neymar growing up that he would copy the superstar’s haircuts.
- Fri Sep 21 10:30 PM
Everton's £40million summer signing is a full Brazil international alongside Neymar
London Evening Standard
- Fri Sep 21 5:04 PM
Everton forward Theo Walcott
has admitted that leaving Arsenal 'hurt', but says he will have no qualms about celebrating if he scores against his former club this weekend.
- Fri Sep 21 4:13 PM
Billy Lumsden evaluates Sunday's fantasy six-a-side elite player options as Arsenal host Everton at the Emirates Stadium, live on Sky Sports .
- Fri Sep 21 11:00 AM
SkySports In a candid interview with Alex Scott, Everton's Theo Walcott
admitted he fell out of love with football while he was at Arsenal. Walcott moved to Everton in the January transfer window after 12 years at Arsenal, where he scored 108 goals in 397 and more »
- Thu Sep 20 11:14 PM
Will he make his first Premier League start?
- Thu Sep 20 12:46 PM
The DC United star and former Everton player sheltered about £12.5million with Invicta 43, which used Rooney's cash, along with funds from 224 other investors, to buy the rights to films.
|Everybody knows how difficult it is to play at Wembley against one of the best sides in England and with a pitch in those conditions,
Silva said. It was a bit complicated.
We came here to try to do everything to try to win the match, not come here to see and just to block them,
Our one was a clear penalty, not like the first one,
Silva said. The referee is there in that moment and it looks like my player touched the ball.
We played and created chances… like I promised we would, we came here to try to do everything to win the match,
said manager Silva.