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.

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.

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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Moyes expects less to bring more from Arteta

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Beckford puts Moyes in rarefied company

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Beckford brace adds to Sunderland misery

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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

Moyes' struggle is laid bare in financial results

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Saha quartet devastating for Seasiders

Everton 5 Blackpool 3: French striker's rich vein of form turns tableson Blackpool, who plummet to another defeat

Everton come from behind to beat Blackpool

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