Sport Patrice Evra, Cristiano Ronaldo and Nemanja Vidic of Manchester United pose with the Carling Cup trophy in the dressing room after their 2006 win

The United captain gave the 2006 medal to former team-mate Giuseppe Rossi

Rodgers aims for historic Swansea win over Everton

The last time Swansea travelled to Everton, Margaret Thatcher was celebrating a landslide election victory and American TV drama M*A*S*H was airing its final episode.

Foxes' £3m bid for Everton striker Beckford is rebuffed

Everton have rejected what is understood to be a bid of £3m from Leicester City for the striker Jermaine Beckford.

Louis Saha urges Everton fans to trust club

Striker Louis Saha has urged Everton's fans to trust the club after another quiet summer in the transfer market.

Clark's meteoric rise a Boys' own story

Huddersfield manager eyes promotion today – and don't bet against him landing Newcastle job down the line

Operation ends Saha's season

Everton's top scorer Louis Saha is likely to miss the rest of the season after an ankle operation.

Everton striker Louis Saha reveals injury concern

Everton striker Louis Saha claims he may not play again this season due to an ankle injury.

Moyes wants Jagielka to be captaincy material

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Saha strikes but Everton fail to sparkle

Everton 2 Fulham 1

Jagielka frustrated by season of ups and downs

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Jagielka lands final blow as Newcastle lose balance

Newcastle United 1 Everton 2: Pardew forced into major reshuffle while Nolan-Anichebe feud spills over

Footballers who couldn't take corners

Everton striker Louis Saha has escaped unharmed after crashing his Ferrari on a country road. The 32-year-old was driving his blue Ferrari 458 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, shortly before 9pm last night when he lost control of the car and collided with a fence.

Louis Saha unhurt after crashing Ferrari

Everton striker Louis Saha has escaped unharmed after crashing his Ferrari on a country road, police sources confirmed today.

Moyes rallies Everton for final shot at saving a desperate season

Manager struggling to return club to highs of 2009 Cup final ahead of today's Chelsea tie

David Moyes plays down importance of FA Cup to Everton

Everton manager David Moyes has dismissed as "a load of rubbish" suggestions his side's season hinges on tomorrow's FA Cup replay at Chelsea.

Moyes seeks a cure to Everton's leaky defence

David Moyes has decisions to make at both ends of the pitch ahead of tomorrow's trip to Bolton. Louis Saha is sidelined while Phil Jagielka is set for a recall as the Everton manager seeks to plug the holes in his leaky defence.

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