Team News: 29/04/2010

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Lee Carsley is to leave the club in the summer. "I have had two fantastic years," the 36-year-old midfielder who joined the club from Everton in May 2008, said. "I thank the fans for their support [and] will now look for a new club."

Arteta apology to 'stupid' Pedersen

Blackburn Rovers 2 Everton 3

Sam Wallace: In a roundabout way, Stevenage show the true strength of the English game

Talking Football: The football hierarchy here has stayed true to a system that is rooted in civic pride

Moyes lavishes praise on O'Neill

Martin O'Neill should be lauded for the work he is doing at Aston Villa, according to Everton manager David Moyes.

O'Neill: Villa cannot afford to drop a point

Martin O'Neill has increased the pressure on his side ahead of tonight's Premier League encounter with Everton by admitting Aston Villa need to win all their remaining games to save their Champions League hopes.

Everton blow as Gosling ruled out for nine-months

Everton midfielder Dan Gosling has been ruled out for up to nine months with a knee injury, the club have announced.

Cahill strike condemns lacklustre City to defeat

Manchester City 0 Everton 2

Mancini in touchline fight with Moyes as City crash

Italian loses head at end of Everton's 2-0 away victory

Wenger says Arsenal have title chance

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes his side have the stomach to take the battle for the Barclays Premier League crown right to the wire.

Neville right back in the groove as he chases final chance

Everton 2 Bolton Wanderers 0

Arteta magic keeps Everton's home fire burning

Everton 2 Bolton Wanderers 0

Premier League round-up: Tottenham beat Stoke

Tottenham boosted their chances of playing Champions League football next season, moving four points clear in the chase for fourth place in the Barclays Premier League with a 2-1 win at Stoke.

Ferguson fuels Birmingham resistance

Birmingham City 2 Everton 2

Donovan says sorry for horror miss

Landon Donovan issued an apology to his team-mates in the White Hart Lane dressing room after missing an open goal against Tottenham yesterday and costing Everton a point.

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