Moyes eager to cash in on the chaos at Villa

Disruption and distractions. The manager's lot is hard enough these days without them, so Everton's David Moyes was happy enough that for once his summer involved nothing more draining than the excess mileage of a World Cup in South Africa followed by a pre-season tour to Australia. He has looked sympathetically at events down at Aston Villa, where a respected colleague suddenly walked out, leaving a fellow Scot to hold the reins, but football being the game it is, Moyes hopes to cash in on the chaos at Villa Park this afternoon.

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Howard paves way for raid by Rovers

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Moyes all smiles after keeping Arteta at Everton

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Football friendlies round-up: Cahill scores hat-trick to stop Canaries singing

Tim Cahill tuned up his familiar ability to be in the right place at the right time as he scored a hat-trick to steer Everton to a 4-2 victory at Norwich City.

Rodwell and Saha on target for Toffees

Everton continued their pre-season preparations with a comfortable 2-0 friendly win over Australian side Melbourne Heart this morning.

Vidic rues missed chances after defeat

The Serbia captain, Nemanja Vidic, believes his team should still be in the World Cup despite a 2-1 defeat by Australia here on Wednesday which denied them a place in the last 16.

Australia send Serbia crashing

Australia 2 Serbia 1

Kewell dismissal leaves Aussies needing favours

Ghana 1 Australia 1

Cahill banned for one-game

Australia were today boosted by the news key man Tim Cahill will only miss one World Cup game following his sending-off against Germany.

Teary Cahill shattered by red card

An inconsolable Tim Cahill has described his red card in Australia's 4-0 defeat to Germany in their World Cup opener as the saddest moment of his career before breaking down in tears in front of the media.

Germany beats 10-man Australia 4-0 at World Cup

Germany scored two goals in each half and Tim Cahill was sent off as three-time champion Germany beat Australia 4-0 today in Group D of the World Cup.

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