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Jonjoe Kenny was back in action again this afternoon as Schalke lost again, this time to Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga.
Everton have dropped out of the Top Twenty list of Europe's most valuable football clubs, based on 'Enterprise Value'
Top-flight action in England is scheduled to resume in three weeks' time after Premier League clubs voted to move 'Project Restart' to its final stages.
After clubs unanimously voted to resume contact training, but four new positive test were returned, the restart plan could see five matches shown live back-to-back every Saturday and Sunday.
Updated After expressing his excitement to get back playing after a lengthy layoff, Jean-Philippe Gbamin has suffered another major setback with an Achilles tendon injury that will require surgery.
Michael Keane has spoken of his struggles coping with poor form during his time at Everton, describing how he broke down in tears in front of his family when he reached his lowest point.
Updated Jonjoe Kenny was back in action again on Sunday when Schalke took on Augsburg in what should've been a home banker.
Everton have launched an International Academy Affiliate Programme, expanding the knowledge and expertise of their player development processes to new territories across the world.
Everton’s players returned to limited training at Finch Farm for the first time in over two months today as the Premier League inches towards a resumption of the season.
Everton have agreed a club-record technical partnership with sportswear brand Hummel.
Gary Naylor recounts the events of THAT day in 1994 when Everton needed to beat Wimbledon and hope other results went their way. They were 2-0 down after  minutes…
The Premier League met yesterday to vote on resuming training but have since revealed that six players or staff from three different clubs have tested positive for coronavirus
Moise Kean has reportedly apologised to Everton officials for the infamous party he hosted at his Cheshire apartment last month, with the club considering the matter closed
The Everton Fans’ Forum has launched a new consultation to gather the views of Evertonians living outside the UK
Representatives of the Premier League's 20 clubs reconvened over video-conference this morning to discuss the next phase of planning to restart the 2019-20 season.
Former Everton defender Kenny Sansom is in hospital for an unspecified condition.
Everton have offered to reimburse supporters for the remaining home games of the 2019-20 season which they will not be able to attend because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nathangelo Markelo will reportedly be offered new terms by Everton when his contract expires this summer but Morgan Feeney, Matty Foulds, Manassé Mampala and Alex Denny are set to be released.
Updated Jonjoe Kenny became the first Everton player to resume action following the coronavirus shutdown when the German Bundesliga restarted this weekend.
Richarlison has expressed his reservations about Project Restart and the prospect of playing football in empty stadiums as the top-flight’s club captains shared their thoughts with the Premier League on a conference call today.
A Liverpool Senior Cup Quarterfinal clash back in January that slipped by virtually unnoticed as Everton Under-18s fell to a 2-0 loss against the City of Liverpool
The Premier League is hoping that they can get approval from the Government to allow its clubs to host games behind closed doors at their own stadiums amid opposition to proposals to use neutral venues.
With the Premier League meeting on Monday to find a way to restart, the media are reporting numerous stories, rumours, proposals and suggestions about how things may move forward
In recognition of the 75th anniversary of VE Day, Everton in the Community has today celebrated the achievements of its oldest participant, 103-year-old World War Two veteran Tom Beevers.
Jonjoe Kenny says that a desire to play week-in, week-out and to prove that he was ready to perform regularly at the top level is what spurred him to go out on loan to Schalke 04 this season.
It's his head. Fully 40% of his goals this season have been scored that way and this analysis in the Echo delves further behind the stats on what they call a unique talent that makes the Everton star one of the most dangerous in the Premier League.
With the Premier League working on plans to resume the season next month, the media are reporting numerous stories, rumours, proposals and suggestions about how things may move forward
'Farhad Moshiri and Carlo Ancelotti can lead Everton to glory, I just wish we'd got them sooner' [MEDIA]5 May
In the second part of an exclusive interview, Dr David France gives the Echo his thoughts on the men at the helm of Everton's on- and off-field affairs and his fears that the window is fast closing on the Blues' hopes of rejoining football's elite
Everton's biggest fan on what Blues must do to win trophies again and why they can't blame others [MEDIA]4 May
The Liverpool Echo interview Dr David France as his beloved Everton face up to their longest-ever silverware drought
Former Everton manager Ronald Koeman had to have heart surgery this weekend after being rushed to hospital with chest pains.
The CEO of Swissx, a leading producer of cannabinoid products, has revealed that his company is in advanced talks to become Everton's new shirt sponsor.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin talks of the moment he felt elevated to the status of the number he wears on his back for Everton.
The Premier League is no closer to knowing if and when the 2019-20 season can resume but clubs have been told that, if played, the games will be behind closed doors and at neutral venues.
Singing in the rain with 10,000 Evertonians: the personal story of an FA Cup away day at Notts County in 1984, by Paul McParlan.