"I've spoken to the chairman every day and the owner three or four times." He really wants it
Because Marco Silva doesn't deserve it for losing games, you see...
Plus the Never World Cup team, Mourinho missing a Robben, youngsters and the Czech Phil Neville
It is highly unusual for managers to show such wanton ambition. Good on Marco Silva...
Oumar Niasse has yet again been the bigger man and thanked Ronald Koeman for his time at Everton.
Why have Everton approached Watford over Marco Silva again without improving their initial offer?
Is England's best chance to play 5-4-1 and knock it long to Kane? Plus, a Dier defence and more ladders.
Everton are not about to let Marco Silva go without offering him all of the money and then some more.
Everton dilly-dallied and Sam Allardyce could take it no longer. Just give it to Unsie.
If Everton had hoped that Marco Silva might force Watford into changing their stance, they are sadly mistaken...
Axel Wallenborg. Remember the name. Or forget it. But Everton want him back on trial.
Everton want to talk to Marco Silva. Watford do not want them to. Unsy is stuck in the middle.
Everton wanted to sign Vermaelen from Barcelona in the summer. Unsie would have loved him.
Everton set their sights pretty bloody high with Diego Simeone. Atletico knock them back down.
Big Sam being appointed as Everton boss could be bad news for a couple of Everton stalwarts...
We examine the minutes given to young, domestic players in the Premier League. It's not good.
Gareth Southgate singled out Jordan Pickford and Ruben Loftus-Cheek for praise after the pair made their England debuts against Germany.
He's the Premier League's most over-performing manager who can't move up the ladder. It's Sean Dyche...
Young *English* ones, of course. For that is the important bit. Allardyce is happy to talk to Everton.
What happened at that Everton training session? Schneiderlin denied the reports, and now so does Mirallas.
File this one under 'wildly optimistic'. Moshiri wants the Atletico boss but three others are under consideration...
David Moyes has the fourth-most wins, third-most losses and third-most draws as a Prem manager.
Sometimes, one game is all it takes to make a cult hero. For Daniel Amokachi, it was an FA Cup semi...
Morgan Schneiderlin wants you to know that he wasn't really sent home from Everton training. Honest.
"We have got him a win, which he deserved, at the least," said Everton left-back Leighton Baines after victory.
Both Mirallas and Schneiderlin were told to bugger off if they weren't going to bother. So they did.
Sam Allardyce is an especially large albatross around British football’s aching neck. But he is not alone.
Did Moshiri buy his stake in Everton with funds gifted to him by Arsenal shareholder Usmanov?
"Whoever gets the honour of being Everton manager, I will shake them by the hand and wish them all the best."
David Unsworth earns his first victory as Toffees manager thanks to stunning comeback.
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