Everton have sent out a message to their fans amid reports of a further flare-up in the city centre of Lille involving police and the use of gas.
In the third extract from our exclusive interview with Duncan Ferguson, the Everton assistant coach reveals how he'd have dealt with coaching the young Big Dunc. Clue: it's not with a carrot.
Everton fans were left with injuries after being attacked by a group of men in Lille on Wednesday night, the Premier League club has said.
A considerable number of Toffees supporters are in the French city ahead of their club's Europa League Group H encounter with Lille at the Stade Pierre Mauroy on Thursday.
In this second extract from our exclusive interview with Everton cult hero Duncan Ferguson, Big Dunc tells our reporter Ned Boulting that nothing much had changed at Goodison when he returned for a second spell there in 2000 – but he also admits that he "never should have left" the club in the first place as it always felt like home.
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Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino accepts the club is going through a "very tough period", but believes something special is in the offing - with silverware not too far away.
Celtic manager Ronny Deila has urged his players to take their league form into the European scene.
Celtic top Europa League Group D with four points from two games and will remain firmly in the driving seat if they come out on top in an upcoming double header with Romanians Astra Giurgiu.
Matt Smith is joined by Gordon Strachan and Jermaine Jenas for a double bill of Europa League action featuring Everton and Tottenham Hotspur.