Son moved level with Park this weekend. 99 different nations have scored in the Premier League. Go...
Jose Mourinho said other managers "cry, cry, cry" over injuries. Here's an absent XI worth shedding tears over...
"He's in my mind for the weekend," offers Koeman with one hand, before taking away: "But I have 29 players."
If the transfer window had closed before the start of the season, these would have never happened.
Quite a few players are expected to miss the start of the Premier League season through injury.
We have one from Liverpool, Arsenal and United in this XI of forgotten injured players we want to see return.
Yannick Bolasie says that Romelu Lukaku "has his plan", and that Everton "can't really stop that".
Salt and pepper. Bread and butter. Fish and chips. Pen and paper. Left and right. Craig and Gareth...
Everton winger believes Ross Barkley is suffering in comparison with Dele Alli.
The Everton winger suffered the injury against Manchester United on Sunday...
Koeman hasn't just improved the defence. Everton have a coherent attacking unit, too...
Fifth in the league after one defeat, the second best defence in the Premier League and an improved squad morale. But how?
Palace are ready to with Newcastle over Sissoko after losing Bolasie to Everton, according to reports.
Everton have announced the signing of winger Yannick Bolasie from Crystal Palace on a five-year deal.
Yannick Bolasie will undergo a medical after Everton agreed a fee with Palace, according to reports.
Lacazette is staying put, Bolasie will complete Everton move, Chelsea to hijack Lamine Kone bid
It's between Mustafi and Evans for Arsenal, Chelsea want Icardi, Bolasie to Everton
The 2016 summer transfer window will forever be remembered as the one where football was truly broken.
It seems as though Yannick Bolasie will be the pet who finds a new home first.
Because a player is for life, not just for…okay so this metaphor has broken down...
Without Wayne Rooney's injury, would Marcus Rashford be in our lives? Probably not...
Everything was going well for Manchester United. Then Luke Shaw got injured, the poor lad.
Who have been the best players in the whole of 2015? The 'Calendar Year Trophy' winners dominate.
"I think it's all down to the gaffer and what he does in training," says the winger with four goals.
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