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Gibson extension smart for Everton


Barkley deserves Euro 2016 chance


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Ronald Koeman can restore Everton's belief and ambition

New Everton manager Ronald Koeman is optimistic about his future at Goodison Park, considering the club's support and rich history.

As far as opening statements go, Everton's new majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri has delivered an emphatic one in acquiring Ronald Koeman as manager from Southampton on a three-year deal. Moshiri's March unveiling generated a mix of excitement and scepticism as almost two decades of boardroom missteps and failure to advance beyond occasional European football and mere top-flight existence had supporters fearing the status quo might never alter.

Promising additional funds for transfers and the...

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Ronald Koeman at Everton the latest step in Farhad Moshiri revolution

Former Everton striker Brian McBride decides whether or not he feels Ronald Koeman is the right man for the job.

Ronald Koeman's arrival at Everton marks the start of a new era at Goodison Park and possibly the end of over two decades of waiting to become part of the established elite in England.

The Dutchman, prised from Southampton for a reported compensation payment of £5 million, will earn £6m a season and according to ESPN FC sources close to the club, he will have a budget of around £100m to spend on players.

Decades of penury at Everton look to be at an end. Billionaire Farhad Moshiri,...

Darron Gibson extension a smart move for Everton

With Southampton's Ronald Koeman looking likely to be announced as Everton manager in the coming days, and several players out of contract with uncertain futures, the club can expect a busy summer in the weeks and months ahead.

Of the many movements that might take place this summer, the easiest to resolve, in theory, are the select few players with contracts that expire in the immediate future. Defender Tony Hibbert and midfielders Darron Gibson, Leon Osman and Steven Pienaar are four such...

Ross Barkley deserves Euro 2016 chance despite drop in form

Ross Barkley's England hopes appear precarious ahead of their Euro 2016 squad announcement.

It was not so long ago that the prospect of England heading for the European Championships without Ross Barkley appeared highly improbable, the kind of thought that would get you laughed out of the room.

Beginning the season in electric fashion, the 22-year-old midfielder and his developing creative talents looked set to fire Everton to something more than another season of midtable nothingness.

Barkley hit the ground running, firing in an opening day equaliser in the home draw against Watford and...

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Everton contenders: Koeman, Emery, Pellegrini, Frank de Boer, Moyes

The FC crew analyse Everton's underwhelming season and Roberto Martinez's role in their inability to get consistent results.

Roberto Martinez was removed from his post as Everton manager on May 12 and, while there is no immediate speed to appoint his replacement with it being close-season, some Toffees fans are getting understandably antsy. But behind the scenes, a painstaking process is taking place.

The club's financial position is stronger than it has been for decades, firstly because of the imminent swell of TV revenue coming Premier League clubs' way, but then also due to new co-owner Farhad Moshiri's wealth. The...

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What's trending: Jose Mourinho set to be confirmed as Man United boss

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer breaks down the best of the social media world, and contrasts Jamie Vardy's holidays with those of Peter Crouch.
The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on how long the next Man United manager will last and whether or not hiring Jose Mourinho would guarantee Zlatan Ibrahimovic will join Manchester United.

Here are the latest stories from Tuesday.

MANCHESTER UNITED: Manchester United have confirmed the exit of Louis van Gaal as manager, and Jose Mourinho is set to be appointed as his replacement.

- Manchester United have denied that they had a pre-contract agreement with Mourinho

- Mourinho will revive his long-held interest in Everton's John Stones upon taking over at Manchester United, sources close to negotiations have told ESPN FC, and has already approved a potential deal for Zlatan...