Manchester City ambitions frustrated by Everton

Everton 2 Manchester City 1

Late Wigan penalty denies Everton victory

Wigan 1 Everton 1

Captain Neville sets a striking example

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Everton 3: Hard-working veteran bags rare goal to keep Wolves in the bottom three

Injury-hit Everton secure late home draw

Everton 2 Aston Villa 2

Operation ends Saha's season

Everton's top scorer Louis Saha is likely to miss the rest of the season after an ankle operation.

David Moyes angered by schedule as Everton injuries mount

Everton manager David Moyes has hit out at football's unrelenting calendar as his squad's injury problems continue to mount.

Finishing above Liverpool is minimum Everton target says Phil Neville

Everton captain Phil Neville is targeting near-neighbours Liverpool in the final two months of the season.

Mikel Arteta faces weeks out for Everton

Everton have confirmed that midfielder Mikel Arteta sustained a grade two tear to his hamstring in last night's 1-1 draw with Birmingham.

Jagielka frustrated by season of ups and downs

Newcastle 1 Everton 2

Jagielka lands final blow as Newcastle lose balance

Newcastle United 1 Everton 2: Pardew forced into major reshuffle while Nolan-Anichebe feud spills over

David Moyes rubbishes Fellaini claim

Everton manager David Moyes has defended his decision to play Marouane Fellaini against Sunderland last week following criticism from the player's father.

Moyes admits relegation fight

Everton manager David Moyes has admitted that his team are in a vulnerable position following their FA Cup defeat to Reading this week.

Marouane Fellaini to miss rest of Everton season

Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury.

Saha unhurt after crashing Ferrari

Louis Saha has walked away unscathed after crashing his Ferrari 458 into a fence in Wilmslow, Cheshire on Sunday night. His manager, David Moyes, made a joke of the incident, referring to his past injury record, exclaiming: "Incredibly, he has no injuries from it!"

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