McGeady debut + Distin return = A win-win for Toffees


New Everton signing and Republic of Ireland international Aiden McGeady will be given his Everton debut on Monday night's game against West Bromwich Albion, Roberto Martinez has said today. The Irish winger signed for the Toffees earlier this week from Spartak Moscow for an undisclosed fee, and has been working hard

Striker Search for Martinez


Everton manager Roberto Martinez will now be looking for strikers in the January transfer window. This has come to the boss’s attention as Croatian international Nikica Jelavic, departing the club to join Hull City for a reported £6.5 million; leaving only two strikers in the name of Chelsea loanee Romelu

Leighton Baines set for new contract


Everton and England left-back Leighton Baines is edging ever closer to securing a new contract with Everton after consistent and outstanding performances in his field. The 29 year old attacking full back has now obtained over 210 appearances with the Toffees; netting 19 Premier League goals since his move from

De Bruyne set for Chelsea exit


Chelsea and Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is set to leave Stamford Bridge and complete a move to the German Bundesliga side Vfl Wolfsburg. The young Belgian signed for Chelsea on the winter transfer deadline day in January 2012 from Genk for a fee rumoured to be around £7m. Kevin remained

Broken Bone, breaks Barkley’s run


Everton and England midfielder Ross Barkley has suffered a broken toe along with a six week time out on the sidelines. This injury has come after the emphatic 4-0 victory Harry Redknapp's Championship side Queens Park Rangers earlier this month (4th January). Due to the injury; the England hopeful will now

Martinez Magic Moves McGeady To Goodison


Toffees manager Roberto Martinez has been working wonders off the pitch to secure the signing of Republic of Ireland winger Aiden McGeady from Russian side Spartak Moscow for an undisclosed fee. The signing of the winger was confirmed on Saturday's game between Everton and Norwich City; being unveiled at half-time

What we learnt from the FA Cup 3rd Round


Sheffield United, Rochdale, Macclesfield and to a lesser extent Swansea provided the main shocks of the FA Cup Third Round at the weekend. Sheffield United conjured up a superb 2-1 victory away to a lacklustre Aston Villa, whose dire performances at home plummeted to a new low. Elsewhere, Rochdale upset