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Evolution of Carlo Ancelotti's starting formation as preferred choice for Everton line-up emerges
Carlo Ancelotti has settled on a way of playing after arriving at Goodison Park six weeks ago

Forgotten Everton man Muhamed Besic proving huge hit at Premier League rivals
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Why is it 'Dry January' in the Premier League transfer market?
It appears the clubs of the Premier League are doing their best to join in with 'Dry January'. Money spent on new signings has dropped from £430m in 2018 to just £65m so far this month.

Transfer news LIVE: Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and more
Time is running out for teams to get their squads together for the rest of the campaign as deadline day looms on those looking to make last minute improvements. Follow our live blog here.

Andre Gomes returns to Everton training 86 DAYS after horror ankle break against Tottenham
Gomes looked likely to be out for the remainder of the campaign when he sustained the horror injury at Goodison Park in November against Tottenham but he is already back in training.

Transfer news LIVE: Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and more
It is last chance saloon for clubs across Europe as we enter the final week before the transfer deadline at the end of the month. Follow our live blog to keep up to date with all the latest news throughout the day.

Arsenal and Everton 'to battle for Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez on a loan deal'
Arsenal are set to go head-to-head with Everton in a battle to sign Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez, according to reports in Spain, with the Colombian valued at around £34million.

Transfer news RECAP: Arsenal, Liverpool, Barcelona, Manchester United, Tottenham and more
Want to know who your club are looking to purchase? Follow our live transfer blog to find out as Sportsmail keeps you updated with all the latest news.

"Remarkable", "Unbelievable" - these Everton fans react to fantastic club update regarding Andre Gomes

Many Everton fans have expressed their delight after Andre Gomes returned to first team training this week. Everton tweeted the news on Tuesday afternoon, with the Portugal international returning to training for the first time since he suffered a fracture dislocation of his right ankle against Tottenham in early November. The 26-year old midfielder returned […]

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Report confirms Everton have been monitoring international forward - January move is impossible

Everton have been monitoring Memphis Depay’s progress with Lyon, and attempted to sign the Dutchman in the summer, according to The Athletic. The Toffees were first interested in signing the 25-year old during his time at Manchester United, whom he left in 2017 to join Ligue 1 outfit Lyon. The Athletic quote Ronald Koeman from […]

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Everton refuse to budge in negotiations for midfielder - transfer now looks unlikely before Friday's deadline

Everton may have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Matias Vecino, with Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte no longer inclined to sell the midfielder, according to Gianluca Di Marzio. The Toffees have been pursuing the Uruguay international for the past few weeks if the various reports are to be believed, with Tuesday’s print […]

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"Delighted", "Great news this" - these Everton fans are pleased as defender agrees to commit future to the Toffees

Lewis Gibson is set to sign a new contract with Everton, according to the Liverpool Echo. The 19-year old defender’s current contract is set to expire in the summer, and for a while it was unclear whether Gibson would re-commit to the Toffees. Having signed from Newcastle for £6million in 2017, Everton had hoped to […]

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"One that got away" - these Everton fans reflect on ex-Toffee's time with the club on anniversary of debut goal

Several Everton fans have reflected on Landon Donovan’s time at the club, ten years after the American first scored for the Toffees. The United States international joined Everton on a short-term loan in January 2010 from LA Galaxy, while the MLS was experiencing its off-season, and the forward quickly became a fan favourite at Goodison Park. […]

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Ancelotti has £36million-rated man lined up for the summer - Italian will 'take him to Everton'

Everton will make a move to sign Napoli forward Hirving Lozano in the summer, according to director of Corriere Dello Sport Ivan Zazzaroni (via Napoli Magazine), who claims that Carlo Ancelotti has told him as such. Corriere dello Sport (via Calcio Napoli 1926) claimed last week that the Toffees could look to sign the Mexican winger, […]

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By: c_stott
I'm a Liverpool fan who likes to have a dig at Everton whenever the opportunity arises, but as far as i'm concerned, the measure of a big club is fans and history. Everton certainly have both. Money is a short term luxury, mid term at most. Look at the state of our club. Two fat jokers come in and splash the cash on Torres and Mascherano for 50 mill. This summer they throw Rafa a 5 year deal, break even in the transfer market, the stadium stalls and were struggling to get 4th. Fans and history are what makes clubs 'big', and the 3 clubs you mention have neither. Have either of them even totalled 10 years in the top flight, as opposed to Everton's 100 years? Not to mention their complete lack of trophies. When i think of Everton I think Dixie Dean and Alan Ball, in the same respects of Dalglish/Rush at Liverpool and Charlton/Cantona at United. When I think of Wigan, Hull and Bolton, I think Scharner, Bernard Mendy and Gudjohnson. Even now i think of Everton players Arteta and Saha, who are both classes above the pick of the players at the three clubs mentioned. As I say, I love having a dig at Everton, and your article did make me chuckle a bit. But I had to comment, because this is slack slack journalism. Shocking in fact. I see you also play the whole "season ticket holder and away day goer" card too. It's irrelevant. My dad is housebound and he knows as much about football as anyone, he'd laugh his head off if he read this article. If you've got any hope of making a decent career out of journalism, stop quoting football manager and stop writing such ridiculous articles.

By: dguin
Summed up above, you arent explaining yourself. If you believe that people see us along with the likes of hull, then your mates, like yourself evidently, know nothing about football. Fair enough if we were relegation strugglers, or say it in the 90's, but after the season were we were in an FA cup final, and finishing in the top 6 for 4 of the last 5 years, how can you justify it? Everyone knows were a big club, and i think probably less than 1 percent of the country would put us alongside wigan, bolton and hull. Get some new friends who have actually watched football, and a new job. As someone said, call ya'self an evertonian?? We dont need people like you at the match... sort it out

By: jim bobbys
Craig Rimmer..i think your problem is(and its an unusual one for a journalist) that you are not very good at writing what you mean, you just aren't articulate. If you had written something along the lines of how you dont think everton get the respect they deserve from some media outlets and how some people dont see us as a big club anymore, then some of us evertonians would have been more sympathetic and understnading to your article. Instead though you wrote this rubbish piece, which doesnt even stir debate. you just keep writing about how us evertonians are at breaking point and saying hail marys praying that players dont leave. well i for one have more confidence in my team and you should too.....dont give up the day job Rimmer!

By: Craig Rimmer
Again, a lot of you are missing the point lads...unfortunately. I am not saying Everton are a small club, of course I am not. Can you not see, however, why to an outsider/foreigner it may seem that way? This is why it is pushing Evertonians to breaking point; the club, because of the media and the lack of funding, is no longer getting treated with the respect it deserves. In fact, thinking about it, your angered comments prove my point that you are very frustrated with how outsiders view the club.

By: M ATTHEW s
Ahem, the term Big 4 was coined about 40 years ago in reference 2...Arsenal, Aston Villa, Everton & Liverpool. If ya know ya history n all that my young friend. Call ya self an Evertonian?

By: Joe
Ridiculous article. Not just in terms of honours are Everton superior, but they probably have the best away support in the Prem. I don't support Everton but I like them more than Liverpool or United because they are genuine.

Everton Eyeing A Transfer For In-Form Danish Star: A Canny Option For Ancelotti?

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has progressed well at Southampton, and reports indicate Everton are willing to make a move for him.

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Everton Eyeing A Deal To Bring In Versatile Serie A Ace: How Will He Strengthen Them?

Matias Vecino is a player who could leave Inter Milan in the January transfer window, and Everton are looking to bring him in.

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Everton Eyeing A Move For Serie A Midfield Ace: A Good Option For Ancelotti?

Everton have been linked with a move for Emre Can and will compete with Inter Milan for the German international.

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Matchday 23 Team of the Week: Wolves duo make the cut as does Burnley’s penalty hero

Matchweek 23 of the Premier League once again produced some thrilling encounters all over the country. Manchester City and Leicester City failed to maintain the gap at the top of the table, dropping points in their league games while league leaders Liverpool managed a 2-0 win over arch-rivals Manchester United to take their lead to 16 points, with a game in hand. Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Chelsea also failed to take all three points from the weekend while Watford and Norwich City managed to pick up crucial points in their scrap at the bottom of the table. There were a

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4 Possible Changes: 4-2-3-1 West Ham United Predicted Lineup vs Everton

Since David Moyes’ appointment as West Ham United manager, the Hammers have won two of their last three games in all competitions. The London side are in a relegation battle, currently just a single point above the drop zone. They welcome an inconsistent Everton side to the London Stadium on Saturday and Moyes will hope to get one over his former employers. The Hammers will need to get a few wins to climb up the table and to safety. The last time these two sides faced each other was back in October when Everton ran away 2-0 winners at Goodison

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3 Transfer Flops Everton And Ancelotti Need To Get Rid Of | Opinion

Everton are entering a new era under Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti, and here are three players they should sell.

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Update In Everton’s Chase For This Spanish Midfielder: What Does He Offer For The Toffees?

According to a recent report by Gazzetta dello Sport, AS Roma have agreed to secure the.

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Everton Face Competition From Arsenal In Pursuit Of La Liga Playmaker: Wise Move For Ancelotti?

According to a recent report by AS (translated by The Sun), Everton have a real.

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Everton Linked With Move For This 39 Times International Winger: What Will He Add To Ancelotti’s Team?

According to the reports from Corriere dello Sport as cited by Liverpool Echo, Everton have emerged.

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Everton Eyeing A Move For This Serie A Midfielder: What Will He Add To Ancelotti’s Side?

According to a recent report by Tuttomercato (translated by The Daily Star), Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti.

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Everton Face Fierce Battle With West Ham For AS Roma Midfielder: Worth The Fight For Ancelotti?

According to a recent report by the Turkish news outlet Futbal Arena (via Sport Witness),.

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Kean With 8, Pickford Gets 4 | Everton Players Rated As They Choke To Draw Vs Newcastle United

Everton hosted Newcastle United at Goodison Park, and they conceded two stoppage-time goals which saw.

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Coleman praises the impact of ‘world-class’ Everton boss Ancelotti
Seamus Coleman has praised the impact of ‘world-class’ Carlo Ancelotti following the Italian’s arrival as Everton manager. The Merseyside club made a statement of intent by securing the services of Ancelotti last month, the three-time Champions League winner returning to English football as Marco Silva’s successor at Goodison Park. Ancelotti won a domestic double during …

Five of the best Premier League goals assisted by goalkeepers
It’s one of those rare but delightful sights in football: the goalkeeper setting up a goal.  Three goalies have already unlocked this achievement this season: Aaron Ramsdale of Bournemouth, Sheffield United’s Dean Henderson and, most recently, Alisson Becker for Liverpool. The Brazilian netminder was able to catch Manchester United on the break late on in …

The five biggest risers on Football Index after FA Cup fourth round weekend
The FA Cup fourth-round action is almost complete, and as always, the on-field action has seen some big movers on the football stock exchange, Football Index. Manchester United got back to winning ways with a resounding  6-0 win over Tranmere, while Man City romped into the last 16 with a 4-0 win over 10 man …

Five longest managerial reigns in Premier League history
The Premier League’s ever-increasing finances means managers have never been under as much pressure to gain instant results, with club’s perhaps quicker than ever to push the panic button during poor periods. Managers are often the first to fall victim when changes need to be made, and the days of managerial dynasties now seem a …

Tweets of the Week: That feelgood factor, Peak Everton, and the Môn Maradona
The best and funniest tweets from the world of football this week, featuring a heartwarming act of kindness, the Arsenal granny, Kylian Mbappe tries his ‘hand’ at cheating, and the new Welsh Wizard. Football is bloody brilliant sometimes, isn’t it? Somethings outweigh the results I was lucky to win free tickets for last nights game …

Five of the best former Premier League players plying their trade in Serie A
Christian Eriksen looks set to become the latest Premier League star to head to Italian football, the Tottenham playmaker set to undergo a medical ahead of a move to Inter Milan. The Danish international will be following a well-trodden path in recent years, with a whole host of players having decided to swap England’s top …

Everton vs Newcastle United Predictions and Betting Tips - 21st Jan'2020
We take a look at some predictions and betting tips ahead of Everton's home league game against Newcastle United.

Reinier close to Real Madrid switch, Los Blancos prefer a permanent move over a loan for James Rodriguez and more: Real Madrid Transfer Roundup, 18th January 2020
Here are the top transfer stories and rumours surrounding the Spanish giants today.

West Ham United vs Everton Prediction and Betting Tips – 18th Jan’2020
Find out what the best betting tips are for West Ham United's clash against Everton at the London Stadium.

Blues to battle it out with Manchester United for Boubakary Soumare, Timo Werner rules out January switch and more: Chelsea Transfer News Roundup, 16th January 2020
Here are the top transfer stories and rumours surrounding the west London giants today.

Liverpool 1-0 Everton - 3 standout players | FA Cup 2019-20
Local lad Curtis Jones' sensational strike from outside the box in the 71st minute was enough for Liverpool to beat Everton yet again.

Liverpool 1-0 Everton: 3 Talking Points as young Reds steal the show in Merseyside Derby | FA Cup 2019-20
Liverpool's second-string side recorded a stunning victory against Everton in the third round of the FA Cup.

Everton transfer news - Blues must pay €80m for target Carlo Ancelotti 'wants this month', Andre Gomes returns, Matias Vecino 'price set'
Latest Everton transfer news and rumours including updates on Everton Soares, Matias Vecino, Gonzalo Villar and more

Everton duo Oumar Niasse and Cuco Martina back in training but could still leave this week
Everton are now understood to have started fielding more enquiries for the pair who are both in the final six months of their contracts

Everton defender set to seal Tranmere Rovers loan move
Morgan Feeney will spend the rest of the season with League One side

Andre Gomes joins in with Everton training as recovery from horror injury progresses
Carlo Ancelotti also boosted by inclusion of three other injured players

Carlo Ancelotti and Everton get seal of approval from Hollywood legend
British actor Bill Nighy has revealed his admiration for 'incredible' and 'unparalleled' Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti

Exciting young Everton defender Lewis Gibson to sign new contract as future plan mapped out
Gibson is ready to put pen to paper on a new deal with Everton

Forget it Ancelotti – Everton signing this £34m-rated La Liga outcast wouldn’t make sense at all

Why Everton should avoid signing Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez According to Spanish publication AS (h/t Daily Mail), Everton are interested in signing Real Madrid playmaker James Rodriguez. James Rodriguez, 28, has failed to become a regular at Real Madrid since returning from a loan spell with Bayern Munich. He has started just four times in […] More

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Everton’s best bet would be to avoid a move for this 24-year-old Serie A attacker

Why Everton should avoid signing Napoli forward Hirving Lozano According to Corriere dello Sport via Inside Futbol (h/t Liverpool Echo), Everton are interested in signing Napoli forward Hirving Lozano. Hirving Lozano, 24, signed for Napoli last summer under former manager Carlo Ancelotti but he has struggled to establish himself so far in Italy’s top-flight. The Mexican […] More

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West Ham beating Everton to sign this 13-goal winger rated at around £17m would be wise

Why West Ham should beat Everton to the signing of Oussama Idrissi According to Inside Futbol (h/t Liverpool Echo), West Ham and Everton have made an enquiry regarding the availability of Moroccan winger Oussama Idrissi, who currently plies his trade with AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie.  Italian giants Roma have also been credited with […] More

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Forget it Bielsa – Leeds signing this 9-goal PL man on loan would be nothing but a gamble

Why Leeds United should avoid signing Oumar Niasse on loan According to Football Insider (h/t The Sun), Everton have offered Leeds United the chance to sign out-of-favour striker Oumar Niasse on loan for the remainder of the season. The West Yorkshire giants are in the market for a new striker after Eddie Nketiah was recalled […] More

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88 games in 2 years – Everton signing this 28-year-old Serie A star would be a massive coup

Why Matias Vecino to Everton would be a good signing According to Daily Star, Inter Milan midfielder Matias Vecino could be off to Everton this month with the club in talks over a swoop. Vecino, 28, has made 17 appearances for Antonio Conte’s side in all competitions this season, scoring two goals. He has been […] More

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Everton signing this 9-goal winger would transform their attack hugely

Why Everton should move for Calvin Stengs to bolster their attack The pundits at Liverpool Echo have jotted down their fair share of suggestions regarding where Everton should look for reinforcements before the January deadline.  Truth be told, Everton have some gaping holes to fill in multiple areas of their squad. Having operated with just […] More

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  • Thu, 23 Jan 2020 14:10:48 +0000: The psychology of football rivalries - Everton | The Guardian

    Why does supporting one club mean you have to hate another?

    By Paul Hyland for The Blizzard

    Everyone reading this probably has a favourite football team. I’d also be willing to bet that all of you have at least one football club that you hate. Maybe it’s because their star player is a diver, or because they once broke your hearts in a season-defining, must-win game. Though probably it’s because you have to. Being a fan of one club means being expected to hate at least one other. But isn’t it just a little bit arbitrary? Who told you that you have to hate United or City? Arsenal and not Spurs? Then again, who told you that you have to hate anyone at all? Why does supporting one football club even have to mean hating another? In other words, why do we as football fans choose our rivals? And more to the point – how?

    Our motivations for choosing rivals are an interesting psychological phenomenon, one which the work of the Austrian psychoanalysts in the early 20th century can help to explain. The contemporaries Otto Rank and Sigmund Freud might go a long way to explaining why rivalry is meaningful, why it is that we’re so viscerally connected not just to seeing our local team do well, but also to cheering on just about anyone who crosses paths with rival clubs.

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  • Wed, 22 Jan 2020 09:15:21 +0000: Ancelotti recalls Champions League final defeat after Everton's late collapse – video - Everton | The Guardian

    Carlo Ancelotti shared sympathies with his Everton players after they gave away a 2-0 lead to Newcastle in the final minute of injury-time. ‘I lost the Champions League final after winning 3-0, it happens,’ said the Everton manager after the 2-2 draw. In 2005, Carlo Ancelotti managed a Milan side into the Champions League final to face Liverpool. Despite being 3-0 to the good at half-time, his side would infamously go on to lose on penalties to Rafa Benitez’s Liverpool

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  • Tue, 21 Jan 2020 21:45:47 +0000: Newcastle’s Florian Lejeune strikes twice to grab dramatic draw at Everton - Everton | The Guardian

    Carlo Ancelotti clasped his hands to his chest in sheer disbelief. He was not alone. The Everton manager has inherited a team with a reputation for throwing points away but this was a spectacular and staggering implosion even by their standards. Two goals up in the 94th minute, in complete control against a Newcastle team devoid of attacking intent or options, yet held to a draw thanks to two goals in the final seconds from Florian Lejeune.

    Steve Bruce cavorted on to the pitch in celebration of the heist before offering a sheepish handshake to his counterpart. “I lost the final of the Champions League after being 3-0 up,” the former Milan manager said. “So it can happen sometimes.” It seems to happen to Everton frequently.

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  • Mon, 20 Jan 2020 11:51:54 +0000: The Dozen: Pickford flies and red skies – best Premier League photos - Everton | The Guardian

    Our picture editors choose their favourite images from the weekend’s action

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  • Mon, 20 Jan 2020 08:32:17 +0000: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action - Everton | The Guardian

    Grealish, Saka and Chalobah shine in draws, while Newcastle are ready for reinforcements after a late win

    Arsenal’s injury problems at left‑back have led them to explore signing Layvin Kurzawa from Paris Saint-Germain. But what if the solution lies closer to home? Bukayo Saka is 18 and earlier this season was being rightly lauded for his rich promise as a flying winger. But he has filled in at full‑back four times in the past month, most recently against Sheffield United on Saturday, and looks the part. Saka is tenacious, diligent, has speed and energy to burn and a knack of picking out teammates with his deliveries. “I think he could,” Mikel Arteta said when asked if Saka could carve out a long-term future in the role. “He is someone that’s never played there before but he’s really trying to do it as well as possible. You can see that he’s got many strengths to play in that position.” Club and manager might have hit upon something far more exciting than they expected. Nick Ames

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