August 2010 Archives
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DINIYAR BILYALETDINOV has been warned that he could lose his place in the Russian national side if he does not play more for Everton this season.
DAVID WEIR is set to become Scotland's oldest ever capped player if he features in the Euro 2012 qualifying double-header against Lithuania and Liechtenstein.
FABIO CAPELLO breathed a sigh of relief last night after it was confirmed all 24 members of his squad for the Euro 2012 qualifiers with Bulgaria and Switzerland are fit enough to remain at England HQ.
SHELL-shocked Tim Howard today admitted he is mystified at Everton's repeatedly poor starts to the season.
AMBITIOUS football club, on the shelf for a while, bit (goal) shy, would like to meet world class centre-forward, proven fitness record, available for free in the next 24 hours.
POSSESSION is only nine tenths of the law. Even in football. That remaining, but crucial 10 per cent, is an ability to convert possession into goals.
EVERTON boss David Moyes was left to rue his side's inability to convert their dominance into three points as they forced 18 corners against Villa's four.
DAVID MOYES has tipped Jack Rodwell to become as potent a goal threat for Everton as Tim Cahill.
THERE was a time when Evertonians would grab the new fixture list to excitedly scan it for clashes with Sky's big four.
FOR A no-nonsense former centre-half like David Moyes, bravery is a quality he habitually expects from his players.
EVERTON should take a lot of confidence from the convincing Carling Cup victory over Huddersfield in midweek.
LEON OSMAN has warned his Everton team-mates to be wary of an Aston Villa backlash.
JACK RODWELL has revealed his determination to make his mark on Everton's history - after a stark message from David Moyes.
EVERTON are often accused of living in the past. And with no silverware to celebrate for 15 years now, the club is sometimes criticised for dragging up former glories by way of scant compensation
DAVID MOYES has enough healthy options within his squad now that he is finding himself in a no-win situation with some supporters.
LIKE the football club he adores, Dr David France has enjoyed a colourful, a successful, and an occasionally traumatic history.
JACK RODWELL today insisted he can cope with the frustration of being benched for Everton's opening Premier League games because he knows his time will come this season.
DAVID MOYES and the Carling Cup have hardly shared much romance during his Goodison reign but they were caught flirting outrageously last night.
BILL Kenwright's search for a billionaire to takeover Everton is being hampered by time-wasting charlatans, the chairman has revealed.
MORE than 25 years after his death, Harry Catterick is to be inducted into the National Football Museum's Hall of Fame next month.
IT'S a marathon not a sprint, but Everton need to get out of the blocks soon or they will get left behind.
EVERTON assistant boss Steve Round has revealed that Nigerian duo Yakubu and Joseph Yobo are unlikely to leave the club before the transfer deadline.
BEFORE too much optimism disperses after Everton's sluggish start to the season, consider Jack Rodwell.
Preview of Wednesday night's Carling Cup second round clash.
LEIGHTON BAINES wants a long Carling Cup run to make up for the absence of European football at Everton this season.
PETER CLARKE has warned his old Everton mates he's not coming back to Goodison on a nostalgia trip.
IT'S certainly not been the start to the season we all hoped for but there's no reason for anyone to panic.
LEON Osman today admitted Everton need to click into gear fast if they want to succeed in a tougher-than ever Premier League.
ISAAC NEWTON wasn't talking about football when he said every action has an opposite and equal reaction, but his famous truism is haunting Everton's early season efforts.
YOU remember tackling don't you? It's something that has fallen out of fashion in the game since the 1970s. Tackling is a bit like playboy footballers who enjoy a smoke, it's not very PC to condone it in the year 2010 - especially when the tackle in question is a lunge with the player's feet off the floor.
EVERTON manager David Moyes believed that Adlene Guedioura's tackle on John Heitinga that led to Wolves' equaliser would have been penalised by most officials - but refused to blame referee Lee Mason for the Blues dropping two points in their first home game of the Premier League season.
LEIGHTON Baines has warned his Everton team-mates to eradicate the 'what-if' factor if they want to achieve something this season.
THE expectation levels haven't been so high before the start of an Everton season for a good while.
LEIGHTON Baines might smile at talk of Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger's praise for Everton, but he still wishes neither men had opened their mouths.