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20:50, 24 JUL 2013
Andy Carroll hitting form at just the right time says Paul Gascoigne
PAUL GASCOIGNE is backing his fellow former Newcastle favourite Andy Carroll to hit form for England at Euro 2012.
Everton FC manager David Moyes says Phil Jagielka should be going to the European Championship finals with England
DAVID MOYES has voiced his disappointment that Phil Jagielka only made it onto England’s stand-by list for the European Championships.
Royal Blue: Why Everton FC don’t need Michael Owen link any more
THERE WAS a time Everton supporters would relish the prospect of seeing their club linked with a move for Michael Owen.
Sir Alex Ferguson
Louis Saha on Fergie’s Everton FC inspired hairdryer treatment
I PLAYED my second Premiership game at Goodison Park against that little prodigy, Wayne Rooney.
Everton v Newcastle Preview: Just making top 10 not good enough for Everton FC says ambitious David Moyes, with eyes on next term
HE HAS been in the habit of saying that a top 10 finish in the Premier League would be acceptable for Everton this season – but deep down David Moyes believes nothing of the sort.
The revealing statistics behind ice-man Jelavic’s Everton FC goal glut
IT WAS a moment of cold-blooded predatory instinct which seemed to sum up Nikica Jelavic.
Henry, Aguero, Jelavic....and Chadwick! as Everton FC have three in Premier League goals per minute top 10
IT’S a quiz question to baffle even the most clued-in football anorak.
Marouane Fellaini wants Everton to win their final four games to guarantee finishing above Liverpool in the league
MAROUANE Fellaini wants Everton to use their inspirational Manchester United fightback as a springboard to a clean sweep of victories in their Premier League run-in.
Bold Everton bounce back from FA Cup heartache with thrilling draw against Manchester United
“Today was a chance to play in another big game and stop people thinking our season was over.
Final Whistle Report: Manchester United FC 4 Everton FC 4
EVERTON FC produced a stunning fight back to hold title chasing Manchester United to a 4-4 draw in a scintillating encounter at Old Trafford.
Greg O’Keeffe looks back at the lows of David Moyes’ Everton career
LOSING a talent as precious as Wayne Rooney, who plunged Everton into despair but also saved them financially by completing a £26m move to Manchester United in summer 2004, would be tough for any manager.
Decade in the Dug-out concludes: Highs and Lows of Everton FC boss David Moyes’ 10 years at Goodison
WITH the Goodison ship listing badly, and Walter Smith gone, Bill Kenwright took a gamble appointing a manager from Preston North End who was untested in the Premier League.
Andre Villas Boas
David Prentice: Wembley victory can be the springboard to more Liverpool FC success
SUCCESS breeds success. Which is why Sunday’s Carling Cup final is so vitally important for Liverpool.
Cardiff City centre-back Anthony Gerrard recalls playing in his nan’s garden with cousin and Liverpool captain Steven and is looking forward to facing him at Wembley
FROM playing in their nan’s garden in Huyton to walking out in front of 90,000 supporters in the Carling Cup final at Wembley Stadium.
John Aldridge: Alex Ferguson’s comments on Luis Suarez were not needed
THE input of Alex Ferguson on the future of Luis Suarez was not needed this weekend.
Reds rue quickfire double
KENNY DALGLISH was left to rue Liverpool's poor start to the second half after a bad-tempered 2-1 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Manchester United 1 Liverpool 2: James Pearce’s verdict on the Reds’ defeat at Old Trafford
“I don't think there was much between the two teams. It was pretty even and you expect the home side to have more possession.
MANCHESTER UNITED 2 LIVERPOOL 1 - FINAL WHISTLE REPORT
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Hillsborough justice campaigner Anne Williams from Chester secures Westminster debate
A CHESTER mum whose teenage son was crushed at the 1989 Hillsborough Stadium tragedy has won a debate at Westminster into his death.
Liverpool FC deserved more from Tottenham game insists Kenny Dalglish
KENNY DALGLISH felt Liverpool deserved more from their 0-0 draw with Tottenham Hotspur, but said he was happy with his side’s performance.
I’d be crackers to sell Kevin Doyle, says Mick McCarthy
WOLVES boss Mick McCarthy has backed Kevin Doyle to recapture his best form after insisting the striker is “going nowhere” before the transfer window closes tomorrow evening.
Liverpool 2 Manchester United 1: James Pearce’s verdict as the Reds are revived in seven days
“The week started badly for us at Bolton and it's fantastic credit to the players and how much pride they take in this football club to get themselves back on track as quickly as they did.
Evra will not be spared from Anfield date, says Phelan
MANCHESTER UNITED assistant boss Mike Phelan has confirmed Patrice Evra will not be spared the trial of playing at Anfield on Saturday.
Chester MP backs Anne Williams Hillsborough justice campaign
A HILLSBOROUGH justice campaigner from Chester’s online petition success has won backing from her MP.