Everton boss Marco Silva has said that his side lacked focus as they lost to Bournemouth at The Vitality Stadium in another disappointing away performance.
Everton might well be known for their ‘best of the rest’ tag and while many clubs have risen only to be beaten back by the top six, the Toffees are constant presence and are waiting to take their place back among the elite.
Everton supporters can feel disgruntled, even frustrated with striker Cenk Tosun.
The 2019/2020 season of the Premier League has kicked off and Everton has had a solid, if not somewhat mixed, start.
Everton visit Bournemouth on Sunday aiming to build on their solid start to the new Premier League campaign.
Prior to the start of the season, many expected Everton to pose a threat in the top half of the table. This also saw them well supported by punters using the best online betting sites to do so.
The FA have fined Yerry Mina £10,000 and warned him over his future conduct after the Everton defender was caught dancing on an advert in his native Colombia, for a betting company.
The international break is a chance for clubs to reflect on how well they have started the season and where they need to improve once the domestic calendar resumes.
Everton in the Community has partnered with race organisers BTR Liverpool to host the city’s first ever Everton-themed 5K run
The Chief Executive of Everton Football Club has thanked everyone who has given their views during the second stage of The People’s Project public consultation.
Since bursting onto the scene at the age of 17, Tom Davies has found himself in and out of the Everton squad.
Everton boss Marco Silva says that Brazlian forward Richarlison is benefiting from a good run of form, and is the “spirit” in the Everton dressing room.