Everyone's face in this photo is pretty hilarious - Alex Livesey
As Fellaini's form gets better, rumors connecting him to big spending clubs increase exponentially. Supposedly, only a top four finish can stop him from leaving.
Fellaini transfer watch has begun once again. Before getting caught up in it too much, I seriously don't see the club selling him unless we get at least £25 million. Also, I don't really see him leaving if we get to the Champions League as well.
Being able to achieve a top four finish is a completely different thing though. The victory against Sunderland really showed that we can win those matches that look like they will slip away from us. But drawing as many times as we have recently is not top four worthy. We need to figure out the lapses we keep having on defense.
Addressing the depth issues in January is also very important. Hopefully Moyes should still be able to use some of his magic in picking up class players at dirt cheap prices.
Everton FC can match Marouane Fellaini’s ambition says David Moyes - Daily Post North Wales
"David Moyes believes Everton can match the ambition of Marouane Fellaini after the towering Belgian produced yet another man-of-the-match display."
-- Moyes is getting all defensive when it comes to Fellaini possibly leaving. I think it's a big possibility, especially if we don't get to Europe. But I also think that he could just leave if someone offer him a lot of money. He seems like that type of person.
Will Maroaune Fellaini stay at Everton? | Mail Online
"The momentum keeps building and a reputation keeps burgeoning. Everton's Champions League pursuit continues apace but their talisman's form could lead to another chase entirely."
Everton FC’s Kevin Mirallas to undergo a scan - Liverpool Echo
"Kevin Mirallas will undergo a scan early this week on the hamstring injury which forced him off during Everton FC's 2-1 win over Sunderland."
-- Moyes' favorite line: "It was a blow because whenever he got the ball he looked a real threat."
Everton FC style might be changing but we’ll never lose our spirit - Daily Post North Wales
"Leighton Baines says Everton's victory over Sunderland showed that they have not lost any of their fighting spirit."
Everton FC have to stay streetwise if they’re to fulfil top four ambitions - Chester Chronicle
"Over the course of the Premier League, there have been sides who have perfected the art of winning when not at their best."
Nikica Jelavic can help Everton push for top-four finish, says Steven Naismith - Daily Record
"The former Rangers teammates have linked up on Merseyside and Naismith believes Jelavic's goals can make all the difference."
Everton FC youth player hurt in motorway crash on way to Finch Farm - Liverpool Echo
A young Everton FC player was taken to hospital after being involved in a motorway crash but it looks to be just minor injuries.
Blackburn Yth v Everton Yth | Evertonfc.com
"A youthful Everton Under-18s side secured an impressive 3-2 win away at Blackburn on Saturday."
Michael Branch's fall from Everton to prison offers cautionary tale | The Observer
"Daniel Taylor: The story of the one-time prodigy Michael Branch offers a harsh reminder of how players can struggle when football's lavish comfort blanket is removed."
-- Always sad to see something like this