Everton show scale of task ahead at Liverpool

Everton 2 Liverpool 0

True-blue Cahill vows not to see red in latest battle with the enemy

It certainly does not look as if anyone's smiling approaching the maelstrom of a Merseyside derby.

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Everton captain Phil Neville has revealed how embarrassment and shame in the dressing room inspired the team to climb off the bottom of the Barclays Premier League.

Coleman shows the way up as Everton finally achieve lift-off

Birmingham City 0 Everton 2

Johnson gift lifts Everton off floor

Birmingham City 0 Everton 2: Own goal means Moyes' men win at last but there are boos for Blues, who lose long home record

Moyes fears cost of Cahill's extended duty with Australia

David Moyes has expressed fears that he is to lose Tim Cahill for six weeks on international duty and the Everton manager can envisage the day when clubs look for compensation if their players are away from their domestic sides on a long-term basis.

Attwell always fourth official this week, says Premier League

The Premier League have insisted that referee Stuart Attwell has not been dropped for this weekend's top-flight programme following Saturday's controversial match at Anfield.

Moyes left bemused as Everton hit rock bottom

Fulham 0 Everton 0

Moyes surprised by slow Everton start

Everton manager David Moyes is shocked by his side's poor start to the season but has no doubts about his players' determination to put it right.

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

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

Neville could return for Everton

Phil Neville could return as Everton look to kickstart their season with a Carling Cup victory at Brentford tonight.

Newcastle cast aside Everton

Everton 0 Newcastle 1

Moyes and Round fined for their conduct during draw with United

The Everton manager David Moyes and his assistant Steve Round have admitted to improper conduct charges, the Football Association has confirmed. Moyes and Round were charged for their behaviour towards the referee Martin Atkinson at the full-time whistle in the Everton's thrilling 3-3 draw with Manchester United on Saturday.

United miss guile of injured Rio more than goals of absent striker

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