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Viktor Onopko has flown back to his Russian homeland following the shortest of stays at Everton.
Reserve team boss Andy Holden has admitted that Tuesday evening's game with Manchester City served its purpose but he was hugely disappointed with the outcome.
Steve Watson may have been out of the Everton first team since October but he still remains the top goalscorer at Goodison Park this season.
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The charity who specifically help ex-Blues stars - The Everton Former Players? Foundation - is to drop the word ?BlueBlood? from its identification in favour of its full title.
Tomasz Radzisnki has admitted that holding down a regular first team place will become more difficult as the season progresses.
Everton received an injury boost this morning after it was revealed that Tony Hibbert?s ankle injury is not as serious as was first thought.
Everton?s bruise brothers will be back in tandem this evening when the reserves travel to Hyde United to meet Manchester City, kick-off 7.00pm.
Bill Kenwright has shown his support for boss David Moyes after Everton?s indifferent start to the season.
Bill Kenwright has issued a statement of support for Wayne Rooney and has vowed to protect the youngster for the good of Everton - and himself.