Roberto Martinez celebrates after winning the FA Cup

Everton to talk to Roberto Martinez in 'next 48 hours' but warn there are other candidates

The Wigan manager is the favourite to fill the vacancy

David Beckham savours Manchester United’s Champions League win over Bayern Munich in 1999

Paul Scholes 'sad' to see former Manchester United team-mate David Beckham retire

The pair came through the youth set-up at United

Vitor Pereira

Everton will not rush appointment of successor to David Moyes

The Toffees are looking for their first manager in over 11 years

Phil Jagielka of Everton celebrates after scoring against Tottenham

Champions League qualification still within Everton's reach insists Phil Jagielka

Toffees nearly came away with three points at White Hart Lane

Neville Neville (left), seen here with his son Gary Neville, has been arrested in connection with an alleged sexual assault

Gary and Phil Neville's father arrested over alleged sexual assault

Neville Neville is a well-known former cricketer and sports agent

Everton 0 Wigan Athletic 3 FA Cup match report: Wigan head to Wembley while Everton exit to boos

Chairman Dave Whelan celebrates club's first FA Cup semi-final thanks to three-goal blast

Roberto Martinez revels in 'outstanding performance' from Wigan Athletic

Callum McManaman described Wigan's 3-0 win over Everton in the FA Cup quarter-finals as "a dream come true" after scoring against his boyhood club at Goodison Park.

Longevity of 'Fergie Fledglings' owes everything to the Manchester United manager, says David Beckham

Alex Ferguson taught Ryan Giggs and co to look after their bodies

Match Report: Matt Smith conjures late Oldham Athletic magic against Everton

Oldham Athletic 2 Everton 2: Scourge of Liverpool in the last round rises to the occasion again to earn his side replay at Everton

Michu (centre) had a comparatively quiet game

Moyes shows intent as ruthless Everton clear Cheltenham hurdle

It was 10 years ago this month that David Moyes suffered his most embarrassing defeat as Everton manager, when a Shrewsbury side bottom of the fourth tier beat them 2-1 at Gay Meadow in the FA Cup.

Phil Jagielka

Phil Jagielka keen to see out career at Everton

Defender recently signed a new contract

Moyes still dreaming of beating the financial odds

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.

Substitute Victor Anichebe celebrates scoring Everton’s winner

James Lawton: David Moyes' Everton can still dream that resolve may upset the odds against vast wealth

This indeed might be the season when they exceed the very best of their hopes

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Outswinging corner set up Fellaini's goal in an otherwise innocuous display in the centre of midfield. 6/10

Everton midfielder Darron Gibson ruled out for a month

Midfielder sidelined with a thigh strain

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