Everton boss David Moyes is the bookies' favourite to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson when he retires at the end of the season. Follow the latest, including speculation regarding possible replacements, here.
David Moyes has a big decision ahead of him, and despite all of the sunshine, there are a few pitfalls he should be wary of.
After 11 seasons in charge at Everton, David Moyes is off to Manchester United. A tribute to the manager who named Everton The People's Club, and a sendoff worthy of a club hero.
With uncertainty clouding his future, we take a look at David Moye's tenure at Everton and just what it means to the People's Club. He has become one of the legends at Everton, but what will his final legacy be?
Everton players and management have come under fire, but the criticism isn't always as valid as supporters would normally think. Instead Everton has become the victim of rising expectations despite a stagnant squad.
Tom Mallows explains why missing out on fourth place could be catastrophic for Everton’s near future
The release of Everton's 2011/12 accounts has drawn a predictably nervy reaction from the fans, concerned about the financial stability of the club. But just how bad are the numbers? Brian Lewis delves a little deeper....
Hard to believe we are already halfway through the 2012-2013 EPL season. Rather than sitting here and hoping for our typical second-half season turn around, there is optimism on Merseyside. A realistic chance of Champions League football is here, and
Seamus Coleman was one of many stand-out performers in last weekend’s 3-1 win over Southampton and the young Irishman may finally be coming of age in an Everton shirt, with the team complimenting his attacking instincts.
Once again David Moyes gets everything right with his decision making leading Everton in a romp over Swansea.
Everton v Newcastle tactical analysis. The downside of Anichebe, and what to do about the center duo.