Everton boss Roberto Martinez admitted his team may have got lucky with their last-gasp winner against Cardiff.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has criticised the conduct of Manchester United manager David Moyes over the pursuit of his players.
Roberto Martinez is closer to a move to Everton after Wigan chairman Dave Whelan confirmed the two clubs have agreed compensation payment.
The man who succeeded David Moyes at Everton has backed him to make a successful return to management.
Roberto Martinez says the whole of football is looking forward to the next chapter in the Scot's career after he was sacked by Manchester United.
Martinez was the man chosen to replace Moyes after he ended his 11 year reign at Goodison Park last season.
And the Spaniard believes it won't be long before we see him back in the dugout again
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says David Moyes will be shown respect from the fans when he returns to Goodison Park for the first time as Manchester United manager on Sunday.
Moyes was in charge at Everton for more than ten years when he left last summer to join United, with Martinez leaving Wigan to replace him.
Everton have a top four finish and Champions League qualification is in their sights, and are now just a point behind Arsenal.
Roberto Martinez told a post-match press conference that their victory against the Gunners was 'a really good memory for everyone at Everton'.
"Yes it was a great performance and yes they were huge points from a psychological point of view, but now we're facing Sunderland at the weekend, and, as you can imagine, if we are not perfect in that game we're not going to get three points.'
Everton manager Roberto Martinez identified leadership qualities in Garry Monk by making him his first captain at Swansea so seeing him in the opposing dug-out this weekend comes as no surprise.
Monk, in temporary charge at Swansea following the departure of Michael Laudrup, comes up against his old manager in an FA Cup fifth-round clash at Goodison Park :-
Roberto Martinez visited Everton Park to shed light on Everton Football Club's illustrious heritage.
The tower, which forms the centrepiece of Everton Football Club’s crest, has been permanently turned blue, with the manager himself pressing the switch.
The 235-year-old lock-up, known locally in north Liverpool as PrinceRupert’s Tower, sits on a triangular piece of ground in Everton Park between Netherfield Road South and Everton Brow.
The launch event was also attended by the Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, and the Friends of Everton Park, and is the culmination of a year-long project to light up the tower and highlight the association between the Club and the community.