Everton

6th Premier League | 16-8-10
  • Goals For
    6th
    60 GF
  • Assists
    2nd
    45 GA
  • Shots
    9th
    271 Shots
  • Saves
    14th
    83 SAV
  • Arsenal playmaker Aaron Ramsey urged to sign for Everton
    International Business Times

    Arsenal playmaker Aaron Ramsey urged to sign for Everton

    Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey should leave the Gunners and join Everton, according to Stan Collymore. The Wales international's career seems to have stalled in recent seasons and would perhaps benefit from a change of scenery, and Collymore thinks Ramsey would thrive under Ronald Koeman's management. Former Liverpool and Aston Villa attacker Collymore believes the potential arrival of the Arsenal star could soften the blow of Romelu Lukaku's potential departure from Everton, with speculation over the Belgium international's future as prevalent as ever.

  • Rotoworld.com

    AM's Perfect XI - Week 35

    I’m baaack! After finishing 5th overall in Perfect XI the last time I filled in for Nik, he asked me to take another run at it while he’s on a well-deserved vacation after completing the London Marathon this past weekend.  [Seriously, that’s impressive, congratulate him on Twitter…go on…we’ll wait] Fortunately, my return trip to the Perfect XI Player Picks column sees us back to a standard week of ten matches.  It also features a North London Derby that both complicates picks and gives me (an Arsenal supporter) and Nik (a Spurs supporter) something to talk trash about after he returns from vacation (although I’m very much worried that he’ll have more to talk about than I will).  On to the review

  • The hard work has only just begun for Everton’s youngsters
    Royal Blue Mersey

    The hard work has only just begun for Everton’s youngsters

    Rarely has a Liverpool goal been cheered by so many Evertonians. Matty Virtue’s injury-time strike secured a 3-2 win for Liverpool U23s against their Manchester City counterparts on Monday night, meaning Everton won the Premier League 2 Division 1 title without kicking a ball. The young Toffees have an unassailable six point lead at the top of the table, meaning they are guaranteed to lift the trophy after their final game of the season against Liverpool next week. It is yet another triumph for Everton’s flourishing youth system and praise must go to David Unsworth and his staff for making it happen. This is no fluke. Everton won the Premier Academy League in 2010/11 and 2013/14 as well The Dallas