Lookman and Bernard see Blues past a hard-working Lincoln.
Far from a classic cup tie as Everton lost their way for period of this game despite having raced into a two-goal lead inside the first quarter of an hour.
It may only be January, but it already feels like the FA Cup is the only saving grace for Everton’s indifferent first season under Marco Silva.
Of course the Portuguese needs time and transfer windows to implement his own ethos on the club. But after just one win in seven league outings and with the club sitting in 11th after 21 fixtures, an FA Cup run is crucial.
Everton have approached Barcelona with regards to the availability of Malcom, according to MARCA.
Everton were reportedly in advanced talks with Bordeaux in June for a straight £30m fee for the player, who eventually signed for Barcelona.
Everton in advanced talks to sign Bordeaux winger Malcom.Bordeaux chairman due to meet Everton on Thursday.£30m deal plus add ons being discussed.
A lightning quick charge by Jamie Vardy proved the decisive moment of another disappointing home game for and by an Everton side who looked jaded throughout.
New Years Day footie with a truly insensitive kick-off time that suits TV companies far more than the fans in attendance saw Leicester City the visitors to the Grand Old Lady and Everton looking to secure their first double of the season.
Everton failed to maintain the success of their trip to Turf Moor at the Amex Stadium as they went down to a south coast defeat against a hard-working and solid, if unspectacular, Brighton outfit.
Fresh from the excellent result at Turf Moor on Boxing Day, the Mighty Blues travelled south to the Amex Stadium to take on Chris Hughtons’ Brighton side who gained a creditable draw with <a data-ail="16219" target="_self" href="https://www.grandoldteam.
Everton 1 Sheffield Wednesday 4
Boxing Day 1994
Even for a fan who has sat and stood through his fair share of dross watching Everton over the decades, for some reason, one game always sticks out.
Picture the scene. Goodison Park, Boxing Day 1994, the city clad in its traditional Christmas weather of overcast skies, persistent drizzle and biting winds.
This was the season of the ‘Dogs of War’, who at that point in the campaign were just beginning to make their mark.
Everton Football Club has announced it is proposing a capacity of 52,000 for its new stadium, with the potential for this to rise to 62,000 in the future.
The proposed capacity and design of the new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock will be subject to further public consultation and engagement with supporters during the design process, and with other important stakeholders, including <a data-ail="16122" target="_self" href="https://www.grandoldteam.