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Ronald Koeman was taking the positives from tonight’s 2-2 draw at Hull even if he had to be critical of another poor start from his team.
Everton twice came back from a goal down but had to settle for a point again as the league’s bottom club dug in for a draw.
As the January window approaches, Ronald Koeman has spoken of his desire to strengthen his squad in terms of quality and competition for places.
Ronald Koeman talks about his realistic ambitions for Everton, the size of the task and his ideas on player recruitment.
The Blues will see out the calendar year with a trip to Hull to face the Premier League’s bottom club at KCOM Stadium
Gareth Barry has experienced a similar changing of the guard at Manchester City and has asked all those connected with Everton to be patient as the ambitious Farhad Moshiri seeks to make the club a force in English football.
A recycled story of the questions raised by an Everton supporting MP to Greg Clarke the FA Chairman in October, to the Culture, Media and Sport select committee inquiry.
Neither Maarten Stekelenburg nor James McCarthy will be in contention for Friday's game, while Ronald Koeman has confirmed when Idrissa Gueye will head off to AFCoN.
The boss has expressed his satisfaction with the progress of the duo after both players impressed in the Boxing Day win at Leicester
Ademola Lookman could become the Blues' first signing of the January transfer window after Ronald Koeman confirmed the club's interest
Ronald Koeman was understandably pleased with his team’s excellent result against Leicester City today which marked Everton’s first away win since September and first clean sheet for over two months.
Kevin Mirallas and Romelu Lukaku struck break-away second-half goals as Everton won away from home for the first time since September
Ronald Koeman says that Everton are better able to bring in the transfer targets the team needs now that he and Steve Walsh have been in place for a while and have properly assessed the current squad.
Everton travel to Leicester looking for some post-derby Christmas cheer and to heap more problems on the struggling Champions
Ronald Koeman says that while the player is working hard, he needs to offer more in attack and also in terms of his defensive responsibilities.
The manager says that Romelu Lukaku is a big part of Everton's future while admitting that there are no guarantees the striker will stay beyond next summer.
James McCarthy won't play again until the New Year with Ronald Koeman suggesting he will be out for another two to three weeks with a hamstring strain
Everton's Under-23s had a must-win encounter with Athletic Bilbao this evening but had their quarter final hopes dashed by a 2-1 defeat.
Ronald Koeman says that it will take time and investment in the squad before the club is able to compete for silverware.
Romelu Lukaku is on the verge of signing a new contract with Everton but his agent says that the striker will still reassess his future in the summer
Ronald Koeman praised his players for an “outstanding” display and bemoaned Everton’s luck against Liverpool in this evening’s Merseyside derby.
Everton lost their unbeaten home record as a scrappy and at times ill-tempered Merseyside derby was settled in stoppage time by Sadio Mané.
Leon Osman says that the former manager's insistence on sticking to his emphasis on possession-based football in matches against Liverpool was partially to blame for his failure to beat the reds.
Ronald Koeman has asked for more of the attitude that his players showed for 70 minutes of the win over Arsenal ahead of the Merseyside derby
The headline has caught the eye on this fluff piece in The Independent which focuses on former player and local boy Neil Robinson's reaction to the thought of losing Goodison Park for a new stadium, either at Bramley-Moore Dock or Stonecross.
After four successive draws in the Goodison derby, Everton are looking to build on Tuesday's win over Arsenal by getting one over the old enemy
Tom Davies has spoken of how much is learning training regularly with Everton’s first team and also of his dream to win silverware with the Blues
Everton have announced a post-tax loss of £24m for 2015-16 but have been boosted by an interest-free loan from major shareholder, Farhad Moshiri.
Former Everton manager Roberto Martinez says that he looks back fondly at his time at Goodison Park even if he was ultimately unable to bring success to the club.
Everton's Under-18s extended their unbeaten sequence to 13 matches today thanks to a 2-0 win over Stoke City's youth at Finch Farm.
Fears that Yannick Bolasie could be out for a full year have likely been realised with the news that the winger suffered complicated damage to his knee this month.
Leighton Baines, Gareth Barry and Mason Holgate have all agreed new terms with the Blues
Everton will sit down with Ross Barkly next year to discuss extending his current deal with the club, Ronald Koeman says
The left-back looks set to end any speculation over his future by putting pen to paper on an extension to his current deal.
The Blues were the third most searched-for Premier League side in the United States this year. The Tim Howard effect or simply a reflection of Everton's status as "America's Team"?
We have two copies to give away – one here at ToffeeWeb.com and one via Twitter and Facebook – of Jim Keoghan's book chronicling Everton's rollercoaster ride in the 1990s. Enter here.
Ashley Williams says the unity and fight that Everton showed against Arsenal can carry the Blues through against Liverpool on Monday and should set the tone for the rest of the season.
Ronald Koeman says that he hopes his players have taken some important things on board from last night in how they should be performing at home
Gareth Barry has provided Balls.ie a feel-good story to warm the hearts on a cold and miserable day when the world seems terrible.
Ronald Koeman hailed the commitment of his players after they recovered from conceding the first goal against Arsenal to battle back to a deserved win.
Seamus Coleman and Ashley Williams admitted after the final whistle this evening that Everton's players had a duty to themselves and the fans to put in a good performance this evening against Arsenal.
Everton came back from a goal down with a stirring performance to inflict Arsenal’s first defeat since the opening day of the season.
Oumar Niasse was on the scoresheet again as David Unsworth's side reclaimed top spot in Premier League 2 last night.
In a wretched run of form, Everton welcome Arsenal to Goodison looking for some fortitude and inspiration to overcome the red-hot Gunners
Ronald Koeman admits that recent results are evidence of under-performance across the board and says everyone needs to work harder
The striker has spoken of Everton’s need to mature, sharpen focus and stop waiting for adversity before responding with the requisite desire
Ronald Koeman was once again left searching for answers as Everton threw away a 1-0 lead and slumped to their fifth consecutive away defeat
Shocking defending condemned Everton to their 5th consecutive away defeat which extends their miserable run to just one win in 10 games
Everton's Annual General Meeting of shareholders will take place on Wednesday 4th January, 2017.
Ramiro Funes Mori says that it feels good to be back in the Everton side and that he wants to prove himself so he can keep learning under Ronald Koeman.
Romelu Lukaku has credited his former club manager with ‘freeing’ him from ‘prison’ since taking the reins of the Belgian national team.
Minus the injured Bolasie, Everton travel to Vicarage Road looking for that elusive win to use as a springboard for their flagging campaign
Yannick Bolasie is scheduled to see two specialists to assess the damage done to his knee amid concerns that the injury is worse than initially thought.
The boss has confirmed that Bolasie faces a long lay-off and conceded that his injury makes the search for “good options” in January more important.
Everton’s FA Cup third round tie against Leicester City has been scheduled for Saturday 7 January at 3pm.
Seamus Coleman is expected to be in the squad that travels to Watford this weekend after recovering from the knock that forced him off against Manchester United last Sunday.
An exclusive set of t-shirts designed by a trio of Everton stars is now on sale to raise vital funds for the Blues’ official charity.
Everton's Under-18s advanced to the next round of the FA Youth Cup with a 2-0 win over Tranmere Rovers at Goodison Park this evening.
Everton have brought in European scout Dave Worthington to reunite with Steve Walsh.
A limited number of Half Season Tickets are now on general sale.
Everton's Under-23s earned a comfortable victory over Portsmouth at Southport this evening thanks to goals by Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Calum Dyson and an own goal by Portsmouth defender Tom Davies.
Yannick Bolasie is set for an extended spell on the sidelines after scans on his injured knee revealed damage to his anterior cruciate ligament.
Everton will play struggling defending Premier League champions Leicester City in the Third Round of the FA Cup next month.
Ronald Koeman was pleased with the character his side showed in coming back from Stekelenburg’s howler to claw back a point against Man United
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is pleading innocence over the incident with Seamus Coleman in yesterday's 1-1 draw with Manchester United where he appeared to kick the Everton defender in the head.
Everton had to rally from a goal behind for the eighth time this season but were rewarded with an 89th-minute penalty
In a wide-ranging and in-depth interview with the Mail's Ian Ladyman, Leighton Baines talks about Everton, the image of modern-day footballers, music, his new hobby of photography and his hopes of making the Blues' home somewhere for opposition fans to fear again.
Ronald Koeman says that he was under no illusions about the size of the task he was undertaking when he took the Everton job.
Everton Under-18s extended their unbeaten run to 11 games with a comfortable 2-0 win at Derby County.
Everton enter a seven-match sequence between now and the New Year which could go a long way to shaping their season
Ronald Koeman is unlikely to be turning to the likes of Tom Davies or Mason Holgate again any time soon after he admitted that they are not yet ready to handle the pressure.
Ronald Koeman says that his players need to show their strength and commitment in the coming weeks, starting with Sunday’s match against Manchester United.
Ronald Koeman had to quickly make amends when fans criticised the amount of red in his Christmas tree after he shared a photo on Twitter.
Ronald Koeman provided no enlightenment on James McCarthy's future at the club amid rumours the midfielder is seeking a January move.
Seamus Coleman says that Everton’s much-criticised players have to put a full shift in when Manchster United come to town this weekend