Everton deny Phil Neville is joining Tottenham

Everton manager David Moyes has moved to end talk of captain Phil Neville joining Tottenham.

Harry Redknapp unsure over David Beckham deal

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp remains hopeful former England captain David Beckham will be granted permission to play for the club over the next few weeks.

Coleman takes the plaudits after halting Tottenham run

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Tottenham worried by David Beckham delay

Harry Redknapp, the Tottenham manager, fears a potential deal for David Beckham being rendered a "waste of time" if Los Angeles Galaxy take too long deciding whether to sanction a short-term loan.

Everton still struggling to keep up with Joneses

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Stoke take victory in clash with Everton

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Beckford's late strike nets point for 10-man Toffees

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Blackpool controversially denied a late winner

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Everton close to admitting defeat in fight for Pienaar

Everton's hopes of keeping Steven Pienaar receded last night after Phil Neville revealed that the club had exhausted every avenue in their efforts to ensure the influential South African stays at Goodison Park.

Resolute Everton earn their spurs in the face of artistry to earn reward

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True-blue Cahill vows not to see red in latest battle with the enemy

It certainly does not look as if anyone's smiling approaching the maelstrom of a Merseyside derby.

Eleven titles in 20 years at the top – Giggs is a one-off

He is almost certainly the last of a breed, in more ways than one. It seems inconceivable that any player in future could emulate Ryan Giggs in playing for 20 years at one of the country's top clubs, let alone winning 11 Premier League titles. While too modest to admit it could never happen, he agrees that what we will certainly never see again is the emergence of a whole clutch of mainly local lads like the second wave of Manchester United babes ("Fergie's fledglings" was just too contrived a title) who made their name in the club's youth teams of the early Nineties.

Neville reveals Everton embarrassment

Everton captain Phil Neville has revealed how embarrassment and shame in the dressing room inspired the team to climb off the bottom of the Barclays Premier League.

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