Rooney injury adds to list of worries for Ferguson

Striker will miss tomorrow's Champions League tie but Vidic reveals concern at poor defensive start to season

Moyes left bemused as Everton hit rock bottom

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Everton's troubled start to the season continues with Cup exit

Brentford 1 Everton 1 (Brentford win 4-3 on penalties)

Everton release Yobo on loan

Everton defender Joseph Yobo has completed his move to Turkish side Fenerbahce on a season-long loan.

Manchester United rule out more signings

Manchester United chief executive David Gill has ruled out any more signing before the transfer window closes.

Everton's pretensions pricked by Kalinic

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Two Evertons tussle for Brotherhood Cup

Goodison Park hosts a match Everton cannot lose tonight - but the victors may not be from Merseyside.

Neville angry that Gosling 'had head turned' in Newcastle move

Everton midfielder Phil Neville expressed anger yesterday at the way former Toffees team-mate Dan Gosling's summer transfer to Newcastle unravelled, and went on to back calls for the Premier League to introduce a winter break.

Capello targets World Cup final... and then he won't jump ship

Get-out clause deleted as England coach signs up for 2012 Euros – now he just has to pick the right squad after a tumultuous week

Failure to reach Europe leaves Neville feeling empty

Stoke City 0 Everton 0

Last-gasp penalty gives Everton victory

Everton 2 Fulham 1

Jagielka lets Villa off the hook after Cahill double

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Neville: Blues don't need new players

Phil Neville believes Everton's recent form shows they do not need to add to their squad this summer. After the Toffees were hampered by a lengthy injury list at the start of the season, their fortunes have improved as the campaign has gone on and they have lost just twice in the Premier League since the end of November.

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.

Wolves settle for point as Everton run out of ideas

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