Everton legend Duncan Ferguson is to be honoured with a testimonial at Goodison Park a few weeks before the start of next season.Read the full story ›
Everton have confirmed the signing of Gerard Deulofeu from Barcelona for a fee of £4.2 millionRead the full story ›
Everton have confirmed the signing of forward Gerard Deulofeu from Barcelona.
Burnley fans were the "most passionate" Twitter fans in the Premier League, according to new research.Read the full story ›
Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has been studying Manchester City's Yaya Toure to improve his game.
The 21-year-old failed to replicate his form of 2013-14 in a disappointing campaign for him and his club last season.
Barkley is nonetheless determined to find a way to re-discover his spark after struggling to adapt to being played in a number of positions.
Speaking to thefa.com he said:
"At club level I don't think I did as well as I wanted to do this season, but still I have learnt a lot and felt like I've improved as well."
"When I come away with England listening to the more experienced lads like Joe Hart is great; he's a good example."
"I've also been watching clips on Yaya Toure and Mesut Ozil. Ozil is so calm in possession and picks the right passes, which is something I've got to get a bit better at."
"I just observe, just watch clips on YouTube and the spaces he moves into."
"With Yaya Toure (it is) the breaks forward he does and the counter-attacks. When he gets the ball his distribution is really good too."
"Personally, when I get on the pitch, I just try to put in a good performance. If I can do that then hopefully it can lift the lads around me."
Love was definitely in the air at Everton FC as fan Wayne McCormack made a high-flying proposal to match up the two loves of his life.Read the full story ›
Everton's skipper Phil Jagielka has labelled the Toffees' season as 'a bit disastrous' as they failed to qualify for European competition.Read the full story ›
Everton midfielder Leon Osman has been brewing up a new career under the watchful eye of one of the Everton in Community trainees.
18 year old Todd Campbell-Bennett has turned his life around thanks to the help from the club's charity. After going to prison at the age of 16, Todd has put his life back on the right track and now works at the Richmond Hotel in Liverpool.
Operating 7 days a week, 365 days a year, Everton in the Community supports the most vulnerable and underprivileged members of local communities.
Leon joined Todd during a shift to find out what it takes to make the perfect brew.
Everton defender Leighton Baines will miss the rest of the season after having ankle surgery.Read the full story ›