Academy graduate eager to build on breakthrough campaign.
Graeme Sharp reflects on Everton's showdown with the Portuguese champions.
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David Moyes is urging his Everton players to use the fact that they are being touted as relegation favourites to their advantage this season...
Bill Kenwright, Chairman of Everton Football Club, confirms that he has received formal confirmation of a proposal for £20m of new investment into the Club via a new share issue.
evertonfc.com has released its brand new eCatalogue just in time for the start of the new Premiership season and to coincide with the new look website.
Everton and Arsenal are two clubs linked by fantastic traditions and supporters who enjoy watching good football. Highbury and Goodison are two fine old grounds and great players have represented both sides with distinction...
PSV Eindhoven defender Jurgen Colin's proposed move to Goodison Park has collapsed after an unspecified hitch at the eleventh hour...
Everton will start their Barclays Premiership season with a new look for 2004/05 with players lining up for a ?fair play? handshake before every game accompanied by a specially commissioned Premier League anthem.
A trio of Scottish Evertonians are celebrating call-ups to represent their country against Hungary next week...
In a new format to The Sharp Point ? Everton legend Graeme Sharp gives us his personal insight to the weekend?s opposition, assessing their strengths, their manager and also one of their star players?
Steve Watson has revealed that both himself and the rest of the Everton first-team simply can?t wait for the season to start so that they can restore the pride that was lost last time around...
Everton defender Alan Stubbs has warned the doubters to think again ? as he believes that the current Blues side can spring a few surprises against champions Arsenal at Goodison Park...
Everton are urging their fans to buy tickets for the opening Premiership game against Arsenal as soon as possible...
David Moyes is urging his troops to put right the wrongs of last season by producing a confidence-boosting performance and result against Arsenal.
As well as Wayne Rooney, Everton could be without the services of international stars James McFadden and Joseph Yobo for the game against Arsenal.
Wayne Rooney is determined to get back into Premiership action after suffering a foot injury during England's EURO 2004 campaign in Portugal...
David Moyes still harbours aspirations of bringing West Ham United midfielder Michael Carrick to Goodison but only if the London club lower their asking price.