Mark Schwarzer

Chelsea reserve keeper Mark Schwarzer dropped by Australia following 6-0 humiliation against Brazil

The 40-year-old remains the first choice for the World Cup however

Japan's Keisuke Honda keeps the ball against Australia during the Asian final qualifying round for the 2014 World Cup. Japan drew 1-1 to qualify for next summer's tournament

Japan become first nation to qualify for the 2014 World Cup

Keisuke Honda scores last minute penalty against Australia to secure point and qualification for tournament in Brazil

Roberto Martinez leaves Wigan having won the FA Cup before being relegated

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Parting company: Everton chairman Bill Kenwright (left) and David Moyes

End of the road for the family club's odd couple: Everton - and Bill Kenwright - start planning for life after David Moyes

It promises to be a strange afternoon at Goodison Park today, and not just for David Moyes. As the Scot sends out his Everton team at Goodison for the final time before departing for Manchester United, the supporters could be forgiven for fearing what happens next. After all, it is not just United who have lost their lodestar.

David Moyes

David Moyes wary Everton need major overhaul in summer

Manager not certain to remain beyond this season

Leon Osman congratulates his team-mate Leighton Baines (right)

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Loic Remy

Transfer Talk: Joleon Lescott to Aston Villa; Danny Graham to Reading; Loic Remy to Newcastle

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Ji Dong-won

Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill may allow Ji Dong-won out on loan

The South Korea international has had limited chances

Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer

Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer to become first Australian to win 100 caps

Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer is set to become the first Australian to win 100 international caps after being named in the Socceroos squad for their World Cup qualifier against Jordan next month.

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Continued his terrorising form against United, winning every ball. Constant source of anguish for the visitors. 9/10

Marouane Fellaini 'frustrating as hell' says Everton team-mate Phil Jagielka

Everton's Phil Jagielka admits team-mate Marouane Fellaini is "frustrating as hell" for defenders when he displays the form which caused Manchester United such problems at Goodison Park.

Robin van Persie makes his Manchester United debut as a second-half substitute for Danny Welbeck

Notorious slow starters Everton buck the trend to leave Manchester United feeling blue

Stanley Park shimmered in the heat, the sunlight sparkled off the glass in the Gladstone Pavilion and the boating lakes. The evening sky was midnight blue, the grass vividly green. It was August and a great time to be facing Everton.

Tim signed for Everton from Millwall

Everton agree deal with MLS over transfer of Tim Cahill to New York Red Bulls

Everton could be set to complete the permanent return of Steven Pienaar after agreeing for Tim Cahill to move to New York Red Bulls.

Tim Cahill

'Disgusted' Everton midfielder Tim Cahill accepts ban

Everton midfielder Tim Cahill has accepted a three-match ban for being sent off against Newcastle on Saturday but has accused opponent Yohan Cabaye of using language which has "no place either on or off the football pitch".

Alan Pardew was yesterday named Barclays manager of the season

Alan Pardew upbeat despite Newcastle missing out on Champions League

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew believes 2011-12 has been one of the finest seasons in the club's history - regardless of the fact that their bid to secure a top-four finish ultimately proved unsuccessful.

Fulham don't show as Jelavic puts double away for Everton

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