Manchester City Jordon Fawcett has just banked £2,000 - thanks to Wayne Rooney's move back to Everton from Manchester United.Read the full story ›
Police have identified the body of a man which was found inside a burnt out car in the Everton area of Liverpool on Thursday night.Read the full story ›
Police have launched a murder investigation following the discovery of the body of a man inside a burnt out car in Everton last night.Read the full story ›
Columnist Kelvin MacKenzie has had his contract with The Sun "terminated by mutual consent" following criticism over an opinion piece in which he compared the Everton footballer Ross Barkley to a gorilla, News UK have said.
The Former chairman of the Professional Footballers' Association, Clarke Carlisle, has offered his support to the Everton player Aaron Lennon.
Lennon has been detained under the Mental Health Act, after he was taken to hospital on Sunday to be assessed, following concerns for his welfare.
Carlisle, a former Burnley player, has himself suffered from mental health issues:
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Everton player Aaron Lennon was taken to hospital on Sunday to be assessed after concerns for his welfare.Read the full story ›
Everton are targeting a club record eighth successive home victory in the Premier League this afternoon when they welcome Burnley to Goodison Park.
The Clarets are still searching for their first away win in the league this season.
Everton have banned The Sun newspaper from their ground and training ground following controversy caused by Kelvin MacKenzie's column on midfielder Ross Barkley.
MacKenzie has now been suspended for the comments, amid calls from Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson for him to be sacked. In the column the former editor likened Barkley to a gorilla. MacKenzie says he had no idea that the Everton player's grandfather was from Nigeria.
Yesterday Everton Football Club informed The Sun newspaper it was banned from Goodison Park, the USM Finch Farm training ground and all areas of the Club's operation.
Whilst we will not dignify any journalist with a response to appalling and indefensible allegations, the newspaper has to know that any attack on this City, either against a much respected community or individual, is not acceptable.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman has accused his Republic of Ireland counterpart Martin O'Neill of "not protecting" James McCarthy.Read the full story ›