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Ladies coach Keith Marley admits that the players ?can?t wait? to take on FA Women?s Premier League Champions Arsenal at Boreham Wood FC on Sunday - kick off 2pm.
Everton?s Under-18 side entertain Wolverhampton Wanderers at Netherton on Saturday (kick-off 11.00 am), hoping to record their first win in five matches.
Everton Chief Executive Officer, Keith Wyness, has expressed his delight at David Moyes signing a new contract that will keep him at Goodison until 2009.
David Weir has insisted that he has had no dialogue with the Scottish Football Association regarding a return to the international fold.
James McFadden has insisted that the Blues? last two results have just been a blip and is looking forward to gaining a good result at Birmingham City on Saturday.
Bill Kenwright knows that The People?s Club is in ?safe hands? following David Moyes? decision to put pen-to-paper on a new long-term deal...
David Moyes wasted no time in setting out his ambition for the future of Everton after agreeing and signing a new contract that will keep at Goodison until 2009.
Manager David Moyes will remain in charge of Everton Football Club until 2009 after putting pen-to-paper on a new contract at Goodison Park...
Everton's retail empire is expanding all the time, with the club opening two new stores in Wirral this month.
Everton youngster Laurence Wilson has put pen to paper on his first professional contract with the club...
Kevin Kilbane has vowed to help make amends for one the club's worst away performances of last season when the Blues visit Birmingham on Saturday.