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Tim Howard ends a career of individual brilliance but not much team glory

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The former USA and Everton goalkeeper will retire at the end of the 2019 MLS season. He was the last of a generation that helped expand US soccer
On 1 July 2014, Tim Howard delivered his finest performance. Facing the likes of Eden Hazard, Kevin de Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and the rest of a golden-generation Belgium side in the World Cup last 16, <a href="https://www.theguardian.

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James Ward-Prowse hits stunning goal to steer Southampton past Everton

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James Ward-Prowse’s thumping drive sparked Southampton’s 2-1 win over Everton. The England midfielder’s second goal in as many league matches set up consecutive top-flight victories for manager, Ralph Hasenhüttl. Lucas Digne put through his own net for Saints’ second as they shook off their midweek FA Cup loss to Championship side Derby. Gylfi Sigurdsson’s neat finish set up a fraught finale but Saints held on for a thoroughly deserved victory.

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Marco Silva happy with Everton squad and says reinforcements are unlikely

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• ‘It is not a frustrating situation,’ says manager • Richarlison likely to remain main striker
Marco Silva has confirmed Everton are unlikely to spend any money in the current transfer window unless they sell a player first, but says he is happy enough to work with the present squad.
“We have our goals for the season and they won’t change whether we sign players or not,” the Everton manager said.

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Kurt Zouma nods home to steer Everton towards nervy win over Bournemouth

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The impassioned reaction of Marco Silva to Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s cool finish said it all. Everton had been under serious pressure from Bournemouth, as had their manager after Farhad Moshiri’s comments at the club’s general meeting in midweek, when the substitute confirmed a first home league win in five matches in stoppage time. Relief and joy poured from Silva on the sidelines.

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Marco Silva knows he may have little time to get it right at Everton

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Farhad Moshiri, the majority shareholder, has warned his manager he is not happy and has also said he will not bankroll investment in the team in the way he has before
Marco Silva left Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall on Tuesday with more clarity than most following an Everton general meeting of big ambition and little detail. Farhad Moshiri’s verdict on the early returns under the club’s new manager was: <a href="https://www.theguardian.

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Marco Silva insists he is not a magician but can still bring success to Everton

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• Farhad Moshiri critical of Everton’s position• Silva launches impassioned defence of job
Marco Silva has said he is not a magician who can conjure Farhad Moshiri’s ambitions for Everton overnight but a manager who can bring stability and build for a successful future.
The Everton manager delivered an impassioned response on Friday to <a href="https://www.theguardian.

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Everton’s league position ‘is just not good enough’, warns Farhad Moshiri

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• Majority shareholder supports Marco Silva but wants progress• Moshiri insists Bramley Moore stadium project going to plan
Everton’s majority shareholder, Farhad Moshiri, has told Marco Silva the club’s league position “is just not good enough” while claiming his latest managerial appointment retains the board’s total support.
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Everton strike twice in two minutes to edge past spirited Lincoln

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For Lincoln City there will be no new shockwave to follow on from the one they caused in 2017 by becoming the first non-league club for over a century to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals but do not let it be said that they did not give it a good go. On a chilly Merseyside afternoon Danny Cowley’s men, now leaders of League Two, pushed Everton all the way in a third-round tie during which, at times, it was difficult to judge who were the favourites and who were the underdogs.

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