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The manager says he and his players share the supporters' disappointment with a poor season but remains convinced he knows what is needed to turn things around.
The Young Blues pulled off an impressive comeback against West Ham at Finch Farm this morning, winning 4-3 thanks to Shane Lavery's strike.
Goodison Park witnessed another banner flown overhead and of as many as 200-300 Everton supporters stayed behind after today's game against Bournemouth to protest the manager's position at the club.
Leighton Baines marked his 500th appearance with a second-half goal that earned Everton only their fifth home league victory of the season.
Local boxer Tony Bellew's dream of fighting under the lights at Goodison Park is now a reality, with the a date set for 29t May when he will challenge Ilunga Makabu for the vacant WBC world cruiserweight title.
Tim Howard will be in goal tomorrow to face Bournemouth as Everton give him the opportunity to sign off in front of the home fans after 10 years with the club.
Everton legend Neville Southall has called on the club’s hierarchy to provide supporters with clarity over Roberto Martinez’s future and the direction of the club.
Fans planning to travel to Leicester next weekend should be advised of closures on the M1 that evening that could affect supporters travelling back to the northwest.
John Murray has given a young Foxes fan the chance to potentially see his team lift the Premier League when Everton visit the King Power Stadium next week.
Everton stage their penultimate home game of the 2015-16 season this weekend against Bournemouth looking for only their fifth home league win
Following claims in the media on Monday suggesting that Roberto Martinez's future would be discussed by Everton's Board this week, fresh reports claim that they will convene today.
Roberto Martinez has hinted that some of his up-and-coming youngsters could get some valuable first-team exposure in the last four games of the season as he deals with injuries and suspension.
Everton will be without a trio of injured players as well as the suspended Ramiro Funes Mori for the visit of Bournemouth this weekend.
Norwegian sports writer Andreas Selliaas grew up in a village south of Oslo in the 1970s, watching English football from afar and playing make believe in the street. Big Bad Bob was his hero
Roberto Martinez says he understands the scrutiny he is under but insists that he is able more than ever to make the changes needed for success.
Joel Robles has reiterated his support for his beleaguered manager, saying that Roberto Martinez is important to Everton.
The captain admits he was devastated by Everton’s loss to Man United in the FA Cup semi-final, their last chance to put “a cherry on the cake”
The USA international admits that making the decision to leave Goodison after a decade with the Toffees was difficult but life moves on
Young children attending an Everton in the Community Premier League 4 Sport boxing session at Salisbury Boxing Club were given a shock recently when Blues goalkeeper Tim Howard and world title contender Tony Bellew turned up at their training session to take on the role of sparring partners.
Jurors in the inquest into the Hillsborough disaster have ruled that 96 Liverpool supporters were unlawfully killed and that fans were not to blame.
Kieran Dowell continues to knock on the door of Everton's first team with his head-turning performances in David Unsworth's Under-21s side.
Everton's board of directors will meet this week to discuss the future of Roberto Martinez as manager of the club according to reports.
Former Goodison striker Andy Gray has questioned why the Everton manager seems unable to get the best out of his talented squad.
The manager insists that there are signs that his Everton side is getting close to challenging for honours and that the millions promised by Everton's new majority shareholder will help strengthen it this summer.
The midfielder has credited Everton’s fans for lifting the team to a second-half fightback in yesterday’s ultimately disappointing FA Cup semi-final at Wembley.
Everton lost a semi-final for the second time this season as Anthony Martial's injury-time strike put paid to their belated fightback from a goal down.
The manager was insistent after today's heart-breaking FA Cup semi-final that his team is developing and that he shares the Blues' ambitions.
Barry Horne says he's been taken aback by the criticism of John Stones this week which he describes as an overreaction.
The Everton manager says he understands the scrutiny of his team's results and the questions over his future at the club but says he can't afford to be distracted while he prepares for the FA Cup semi-final.
Even victory in the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United may not save the Everton manager after a humiliating Merseyside derby defeat and a season of overindulgence and underachievement
Roberto Martinez rejects any notion his team isn't unified coming off the back of the nightmare at Anfield and heading into tomrorow's vital FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United.
Seamus Coleman, Phil Jagielka and John Stones will all be assessed today to see if they can make tomorrow's FA Cup semi-final.
Everton take a patched-up squad to Wembley Stadium to face Manchester United knowing that the final could be just 90 minutes away
Everton have recalled defender Matthew Pennington from his loan at Walsall to provide emergency central-defensive cover at Wembley on Saturday.
The Argentine defender says he never set out to harm the Liverpool striker with the tackle that earned him a red card in last night's Merseyside derby.
The chastened manager was left ruing a lapse in concentration at the end of the first half and a “chain of events” involving injury, illness and a red card in last night’s horror show at Anfield.
The midfielder came off at half time of last night's disaster at Anfield with a groin strain and is a major doubt for Saturday's FA Cup semi-final.
Liverpool are a work in progress, but can end the season with a trophy. The future is bright. Everton go to Anfield on a knife-edge. Klopp can afford a disappointing result, but Martinez will get little leeway if things go wrong. These are two managers – and clubs – heading in different directions.
Ramiro Funes Mori was sent off and Everton played much of the second half with no recognised centre-halves as the Blues were utterly humiliated at Anfield.
Roberto Martinez and his team head into the first of two massive games in the context of the season and, possibly, the manager's future.
The veteran defender's appearance for the Under-21s last night had many speculating that he was being readied as emergency cover for Seamus Coleman this week but he is some way off being ready for first-team action.
The manager has refused to be drawn into any discussion over the future of Romelu Lukaku as fresh speculation over his future links him with a possible move to the Bundesliga.
Roberto Martinez has restated his belief that Everton go into a defining week with a hop across Stanley Park to face Liverpool and then the trip to Wembley to play Manchester United in the last four of the FA Cup.
The Spanish winger has given his backing to Roberto Martinez, arguing that once they cross the white line, it's up to the players to put his work into action.
As expected, neither Phil Jagielka nor Seamus Coleman have recovered from their respective hamstring strains in time to play tomorrow.
Roberto Martinez has played down the potential flap over the appointment of referee Anthony Taylor as the referee for next weekend’s FA Cup semi-final.
Tony Hibbert was in rare action for Everton's second string this evening ahead of potential inclusion in the senior squad against Liverpool or Manchester United in the coming days.
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The Everton manager is banking on his returning stars to re-inject a competitive spirit into a team that goes into two important fixtures on the back of a run of just one win in seven games.
Muhamed Besic has become the latest voice from the Everton camp to call for supporters and players to stick together as the Blues look to progress to the FA Cup Final.
The Senegal striker has barely featured since arriving from Lokomotiv Moscow for £13.5m but Roberto Martinez says he remains short of fitness.
Seamus Coleman's chances of appearing in the FA Cup semi-final clash with Manchester United next Saturday appear slim after he came off against Southampton with a hamstring strain.
The manager acknowledged that his team looked disjointed and rusty today but was happy that Everton earned a point against Southampton.
Everton, seriously outplayed, were lucky to go in scoreless at the break, went ahead via Funes Mori from a corner, only for Mané to equalise.
Phil Jagielka has called on Evertonians to "stick together" as the Blues begin a massively important seven days.
The manager has been forced to acknowledge his team’s wildly contrasting fortunes on the road and at Goodison Park this season as he prepares for the visit of Southampton tomorrow.
The Belgian striker is being assessed today after picking up a knock and could miss tomorrow's match as Roberto Martinez keeps the FA Cup semi-final in mind.
Alec Brady, Everton's first title winner - at Anfield - has his grave rededicated
Everton’s preparations for the FA Cup semi-final come down to two League games in the space of four days as Southampton make the trip north.
Liam Walsh has had his loan with Yeovil Town extended to the end of the season while Leandro Rodriguez has had his spell with Brentford curtailed by injury.
The Everton Assistant Manager says the Blues need to rediscover the freshness and energy they had in the reverse fixture against Southampton last August.
Roberto Martinez says that the way his players responded in this evening's goalless draw was "incredible".
Everton finally know whom they will play in the last four of the FA Cup after Louis van Gaal's side triumphed over West Ham at Upton Park this evening.
Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku are among the six players on the shortlist for PFA Young Player of the Year for 2015-16.
James McCarthy was sent off for two bookable offences but Everton held on to claim a point from an at-times entertaining but goalless draw.
Everton complete a trio of away games with a visit to Selhurst Park where Martinez will be hoping to end a sequence of four games without a win
The manager says he wasn't taken aback when a supporter engaged him in the stands at last night's U21s match against Chelsea.
The manager says he and his players share supporters’ frustrations at the disappointing league campaign but insists there's no time to look backwards.
The midfielder has recovered from the knock he took to his knee on Saturday but Phil Jagielka is ruled out and Tom Cleverley is a doubt.
La Albicileste's coach Gerardo Martino says that he has spoken with Everton about playing the defender in the summer Olympics.
Everton Under-21s recorded a solid 2-0 win over Chelsea at Stockport's Merseyrail Community Stadium this evening.
Adam Bate takes a look at the unmistakable impact that the loss of key partnerships like the Baines-Pienaar axis coupled with degrading performance on the defensive side has led to Everton's declining fortunes under Roberto Martinez.
The veteran midfielder admits that there's "a lot of negativity" around at the moment and that Everton need to play better as a team.
The midfielder's goal in first-half stoppage time wasn't enough to earn a win at Watford on Saturday
The midfielder is making an impression with the League Two side.
The captain is almost certainly out of the midweek visit to Selhurst Park and is a doubt for the FA Cup semi-final in a fortnight's time.
The manager says that supporters are entitled to express their opinions as the first visible signs of discontent with his tenure were displayed at today's game against Watford.
The Blues improved on last week's display but let another lead slip by conceding a soft goal from a corner in first-half stoppage time.
The Everton manager says he embraces the expectations of the club's fans but admits he needs to win games to prove he can take the Blues forward
Roberto Martinez says that handing the Senegal striker an opportunity to build his fitness in David Unsworth's side is a consideration.
Everton make the trip south to Vicarage Road this weekend to face Watford in what is the second of three consecutive away fixtures in the space of 10 days.
After Robert Martinez very publicly suggested that Leighton Baines's recent comments regarding a shortage of team chemistry being a contributing factor to Everton's recent form were misinterpreted and taken out of of context, David Prentice of the Liverpool Echo insists that this was not the case.
Roberto Martinez says he has spoken with Leighton Baines over his recent comments about the team and that the defender "has apologised".
Ryan Ledson will remain with Cambridge United until the end of the season to help their playoff push.
The club has been informed that it will receive a further allocation for Wembley on 23rd April against either West Ham or Manchester United.
The Bosnian says he has no arguments with Roberto Martinez hauling him off at half time in the 2-0 defeat, admitting he was very poor.
David Unsworth's side recorded a 2-1 victory at Carrow Road on the back of a goal apiece by promising young prospects Kieran Dowell and Antony Evans.
John Stones bemoaned the Blues' misfortune in yesterday's defeat to Manchester United and insists that Everton have the players and the work-rate to pull themselves out of their current slump.
Leighton Baines has admitted that Everton's latest failings probably come down to over-reliance on individuals and a lack of team chemistry
Roberto Martinez felt that his team deserved more from today’s game at Old Trafford, one that saw his team fall to a fourth defeat in five games.
Phil Jagielka faced the cameras after today’s 1-0 defeat at Manchester United, Everton’s third Premier League defeat in a row, but the downcast skipper could find few silver linings from a highly disappointing display.
Everton slumped to a fourth defeat in five League games as Anthony Martial’s strike was enough to overcome Roberto Martinez’s toothless side
Fresh from their trophy-winning exploits in Texas, the young Blues beat Blackburn 2-1 at Finch Farm this morning.
Roberto Martinez admits that it has taken his new signing longer than expected to adapt to his new surroundings.
Everton are back in action following a seemingly interminable international break with a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United.
The young defender admits that this season has been a frustrating one for the team but says that the players want to get back to winning and playing good football.
The manager says individual situations will be dealt with in the summer but insists that Everton shouldn't be afraid of losing its best players.