Theo Walcott and Everton walk hand-in-hand into existential malaise

Theo Walcott has joined Everton during lean times for both the man and the club. Although he broke through on his very first match at Goodison Park, he may not prove enough to lead the Toffees to a European qualifying finish. Yet he and Everton may still be said to be perfectly suited to one another.

Game of musical chairs continues with Pardew and Allardyce appointments

With the appointments of Alan Pardew and Sam Allardyce, Premier League’s survival-threatened teams continue their game of musical chairs.

Niasse deserving of a run-out after loss to Spurs

It has been said that Everton have creative pieces in the midfield, but no one up top to get the ball to when they want to be creative. With his solid physique, Niasse could help his team.

Costa to Everton a bad idea on all levels

Diego Costa’s rumoured transfer to Everton is as unlikely as it is bad for the Toffees. Why would Koeman want a player for half-a-season?

Sigurdsson deal more than a standard transfer for Everton

A deal for Gylfi Sigurdsson is more than just a regular transfer deal in football. It’s a sign that change is indeed happening at Everton.

Transfer Round-Up: Cristiano Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid for Manchester United?

You know it’s reached peak silly season when rumours of a Cristiano Ronaldo return to Manchester United surface

Diego Costa vs. Romelu Lukaku: Did Conte make the right choice?

While on paper the choice Conte has to make may seem like a no-brainer, in reality it could be vital to Chelsea’s upcoming season.

3 reasons why Chelsea could be making a mistake in signing Lukaku

Is Chelsea doing the right thing in chasing Romelu Lukaku’s signature? It makes sense from the player’s perspective, but this undoubtedly expensive move does not make sense for the club.