Arteta hamstring tear is confirmed

Everton midfielder Mikel Arteta suffered a grade two tear to his hamstring during Wednesday's 1-1 draw with Birmingham City, the club have confirmed. A time frame for his return has not yet been given.

Moyes praises 'technician' Heitinga's bolt from the blue

Everton manager David Moyes insists he was not surprised by John Heitinga's equaliser in the 1-1 draw against Birmingham on Wednesday night, even though the Netherlands international had not scored for Everton before.

Mikel Arteta faces weeks out for Everton

Everton have confirmed that midfielder Mikel Arteta sustained a grade two tear to his hamstring in last night's 1-1 draw with Birmingham.

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

Moyes' struggle is laid bare in financial results

David Moyes' uphill battle to compete at the top end of the Premier League was revealed yesterday in annual results which showed Everton are spending nearly 70 per cent of their income on wages and running at a £3.1m loss despite maintaining near record turnover.

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Arsenal captain admits being 'upset' but escapes punishment for the latest in long list of petty incidents
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