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Phil Hackney was delighted with Everton Ladies as they beat Fulham 2-1 at Marine on Sunday.
Lee Carsley admits that he likes the hectic festive period as it?s a chance for Everton to get a lot of points in a short space of time.
Alessandro Pistone is bracing himself for an even tougher run of festive fixtures than usual because Everton have now become one of the teams to beat in the Premiership.
Manager David Moyes is refusing to set targets for his Everton side despite many of football's leading pundits predicting great things for the Toffees come the end of the season.
Alan Stubbs was convinced that Everton were their own ?worst enemy? at Blackburn on Saturday but he did take some positives from the game back to Merseyside.
David Moyes admitted after Saturday?s game with Blackburn that his team were not quite at the races at Ewood Park but one aspect of the 0-0 draw that did please him was the fitness levels of his squad.