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These are supposed to be the weeks when Everton are reminded of the hopelessness of their deepest ambitions, when they are weighed down by the reality of a field that sometimes seems so uneven in might be located somewhere deep in the Alps.

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David Moyes looking to find more transfer bargains for Everton

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Carlton Cole is shown a red card

More red-card challenges likely after victory for Cole and Gibson

Pair were sent off in Everton's 2-1 win over West Ham

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Everton defender Leighton Baines

Selling Leighton Baines could fund Everton's Champions League push suggests Neville Southall

Left-back has been consistently linked with Manchester United

Kenwyne Jones (left) does battle with Everton's Phil Jagielka
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Sylvain Distin hails fighting spirit of Everton following victory over Tottenham

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Match Report: Sebastian Bassong puts Everton on the back foot

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Mark Clattenburg's union, Prospect, has called upon Chelsea to apologise to the referee and pay him compensation after the Football Association decided that he had no case to answer over allegations of racist abuse.

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I'm English, honest! England in race to secure clearance for Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson

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