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Charlton hadn't beaten Huddersfield in their last three meetings but take the spoils in FA Cup fourth round

Cahill calls time on upset as classy Carlisle cry foul

Everton 3 Carlisle United 1

Moyes left frustrated by injuries

Everton manager admits long list of absentees is starting to 'wear him down'

Everton hit by Neville injury blow

Everton manager David Moyes admits his long injury list has started to get him down after the latest setback to captain Phil Neville.

Distin backs injury-hit Everton to struggle on

Make do and mend is our only option, says defender of Toffees' depleted squad

Ferguson's grand slam dream turns to dust

United manager incensed at referee as Everton win Cup semi-final on penalties

Moyes refuses to give up in fight for fourth spot

Everton would be champions of England and Europe if teams were judged on spirit alone, according to manager David Moyes.

Arteta out for season for Everton

Everton midfielder Mikel Arteta has been ruled out for the rest of the season after rupturing a cruciate ligament in his right knee against Newcastle yesterday.

Larsson is out of reach for Everton

Everton manager David Moyes has a 30-strong list of strikers to work from in the January transfer window but he is resigned to Henrik Larsson not being the man to meet the club's desperate need for firepower.

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Hughes warns off agents interfering in transfer dealings

The club's manager Mark Hughes has delivered a further warning from the club that he will not tolerate the unsolicited involvement of agents as his club prepare to spend in the transfer window next month. "You will find there are a lot of people jumping into the middle of deals that involve Manchester City and announcing themselves as representing someone," Hughes said.

Everton target Larsson amid injury crisis

Former Celtic and Manchester United star Henrik Larsson would consider a return to the Barclays Premier League amid reports he is a target for injury-ravaged Everton.

Moyes provides spur for Everton to raise game

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Everton 1

Knee surgery halts Vaughan's progress

Striker ruled out until new year which may leave Moyes with only two fit forwards

Pearce not afraid to stoke club versus country row

Stuart Pearce is determined to take the likes of Theo Walcott and Gabriel Agbonlahor to the European Under-21 Championships next summer – even if it stokes up further club-versus-country conflict.

Agbonlahor can 'do a job for England', says Young

Ashley Young is backing his Aston Villa team-mate Gabriel Agbonlahor to "make a big impact" if he finally makes his England debut in tomorrow's friendly international with Germany in Berlin. Young, who is also in the squad, has already made two substitute appearances for his country but Agbonlahor is still waiting to make the breakthrough.

Yobo brother's Nigerian kidnap ordeal finally comes to a safe end

Kidnappers have released the older brother of the Everton and Nigeria defender Joseph Yobo after almost two weeks in captivity. Norum Yobo was snatched at gunpoint with three other men on 5 July as they made their way home from a nightclub in Rivers State, Nigeria. After a 12 days of uncertainty, Norum Yobo's release was confirmed by John Ola Shittu, who manages Joseph's affairs. "He was released last night and he flew into Lagos this morning to meet his brothers," Shittu said. "He is now at home resting and just trying to recover."

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