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Coleman limped out of the 1-1 draw with West Brom

Lacklustre Chelsea felled by Beckford stunner

Everton 1 Chelsea 0

Avram Grant bemoans Scott Parker absence in West Ham relegation battle

West Ham manager Avram Grant admits his side are feeling the absence of Scott Parker in the battle to retain their Barclays Premier League status.

Cahill exposes City weaknesses ahead of final

Everton 2 Manchester City 1

Osman keeps head up to stun City

Everton 2 Manchester City 1: Mancini's men threaten to run riot until Cahill-inspired Everton undergo second-half transformation

Manchester City ambitions frustrated by Everton

Everton 2 Manchester City 1

Ferguson counting his blessings over getting Hernandez on the quiet

Manchester United 1 Everton 0

Hernandez takes sting out of United title tale

Manchester United 1 Everton 0: Mexican relieves pressure ahead of big late-season clashes by heading Ferguson's men to brink of 19th championship

Hernandez keeps United on track for title

Manchester United 1 Everton 0

Injury-hit Everton secure late home draw

Everton 2 Aston Villa 2

Heitinga makes positive impact but Everton are frustrated again

Everton 1 Birmingham City 1

Reading knock Everton out of FA Cup

Everton 0 Reading 1

Everton put holders Chelsea out of FA Cup

Chelsea 1 Everton 1 (after extra time: Everton win 4-3 on penalties)

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.

Everton finances show 'sensible management'

Everton chairman Bill Kenwright claims the club's latest financial accounts demonstrate "sensible business management" at Goodison Park last season.

Everton come from behind to beat Blackpool

Everton 5 Blackpool 3
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