- Tue Mar 6 10:35 PM
The Arsenal and Everton jobs could both be available, with Arsene Wenger and Sam Allardyce feeling the heat
- Mon Mar 5 6:42 PM
SkySports Burnley winger Aaron Lennon
will not be celebrating if he scores against his old club Everton in Saturday's Premier League contest at Turf Moor. Lennon, 30, joined the Clarets in January for an undisclosed fee after three years with the Toffees. Asked and more »
- Mon Mar 5 10:54 AM
Talented coach Mikel Arteta
could soon land his first job in management at one of his former stomping grounds, Arsenal and Everton, given the uncertain futures of their respective gaffers Arsene Wenger and Sam Allardyce.Wenger has endured an absolutely shambolic couple of weeks, during which his...
- Mon Mar 5 10:07 AM
Today’s tell-all would like to thank the Academy Weekend reports in the Mirror declared it was decided at a recent Everton recruitment meeting to make the signing of Jamie Vardy the club’s top priority this summer. Everton fans could scarcely be more disgruntled at the moment and travelling die-h...
- Mon Mar 5 9:04 AM
Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta
is set to find himself in the middle of a tug-of-war this summer between Arsenal and Everton, as two of his former clubs look to make him their manager.
- Mon Mar 5 8:02 AM
Tempting for the Arsenal boss?
London Evening Standard
- Mon Mar 5 7:24 AM
Welcome to the London Evening Standard's LIVE coverage of all the top news and rumours from the Premier League.
- Mon Mar 5 7:02 AM
Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger could stay in the Premier League The Gunners boss’ future is in serious doubt at the moment Everton are reportedly keen to snap him up if he leaves READ MORE: Wenger picks the man he wants to replace him as Arsenal manager Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly emerg...
- Mon Mar 5 6:59 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Michael Keane returns to his former club Burnley still adjusting to life at Everton following his £25 million move. A year ago Keane was tipped as a potential international successor to John Terry, his move to Goodison Park the platform on which he and more »
- Mon Mar 5 6:48 AM
EVERTON are reportedly planning a shock move to bring Arsene Wenger to the north west should he leave Arsenal at the end of the season.
- Mon Mar 5 1:44 AM
Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window, and Transfer Talk has the updates on all the latest rumours. Everton target Wenger Arsene Wenger might appear to be on his way out at Arsenal, but he's still very much a wanted man in the Premier League, according to the Daily Star. Af...
- Mon Mar 5 12:17 AM
Everton want Arsenal manger Arsene Wenger if the Gunners sack him, Willian wants to stay at Chelsea, plus more.
- Sun Mar 4 11:14 PM
EVERTON are set to offer Arsene Wenger an immediate return to Premier League management if he is sacked by Arsenal.
- Sun Mar 4 1:29 PM
Arsene Wenger wants former Arsenal man Mikel Arteta
to replace him as manager The Spaniard is currently on the Manchester City coaching staff Everton could also be interested in Arteta if they part ways with Sam Allardyce READ MORE: Arsenal transfer update as £133million star makes u-turn over hi...
- Sun Mar 4 10:20 AM
EVERTON have made Leicester striker Jamie Vardy their top transfer target ahead of the summer window.
- Sun Mar 4 5:18 AM
PLUS: Arsenal face battle with Everton to land Mikel Arteta
as club's new manager
- Sat Mar 3 10:53 PM
The Toffees held a meeting last week to discuss their recruitment plans and the Leicester striker is top of the wishlist
- Sat Mar 3 10:36 PM
The 35-year-old assistant coach in Pep Guardiola’s successful Manchester City management team has made a huge impression
- Sat Mar 3 8:21 PM
The former Gunners star is concerned by the regression at Emirates Stadium and believes it will take several years and more than one manager to fix
|It's been a difficult season for him,
Allardyce said of Vlasic. We've had so many young players [and] those players have come out with an awful lot of credit this season for what they have actually achieved and what they have actually done.
I feel worse than the fans,
Allardyce said. It's my responsibility.
It's very frustrating to create that many chances in the first half, and not to capitalise on those more has had a massive impact on the result today,
Allardyce said. So we're left extremely disappointed by the fact we've ended up losing the game.
We lost it by not scoring the second goal when we had the clear, clear opportunities — more than one — as well as the goal we scored,
Allardyce said afterwards.