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  1. Get the edge on your fantasy football rivalspublished at 15:00

    Fantasy 606 podcast

    Which players should you bring into your fantasy football teams ahead of a possible double gameweek?

    Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and the Statman Dave bring you the answer - and much more - in this week's Fantasy 606 podcast.

    Being the international break you've got plenty of time to ponder your selections - you have until 18:15 GMT on 8 February until the deadline.

    Listen to the full episode on BBC Sounds

  2. Lampard or Pereira - who would you choose?published at 14:47

    Frank Lampard & Vitor PereiraImage source, BBC Sport

    Frank Lampard is now the leading candidate for the Everton job as owner Farhad Moshiri holds off appointing the previously favoured Vitor Pereira.

    Pereira was in pole position 48 hours ago but a toxic reaction from Everton fans to his proposed appointment means Lampard is now the front runner.

    Wayne Rooney is now considered to be an outsider in the Toffees' search for a manager.

    Who would you prefer, Lampard or Pereira? Or maybe there's someone else you have in mind? Let us know

  3. Dobbin signs new contract with Toffeespublished at 12:20

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    Forward Lewis Dobbin has signed a new three-and-a-half-year contract with Everton until June 2025.

    The England youth international joined the Toffees' academy at the age of 11 and made his first-team debut for the club as a substitute in the win over Norwich at Goodison Park in September 2021.

    "It’s a huge honour that the club has put their faith in me with this new deal," the 19-year-old said.

    "I love Everton and I’ve been here for such a long time now. I’m so grateful for the chances I’ve been given and to all the coaches I’ve had during my time in the academy."

  4. Doucoure and Delph sidelined for at least a monthpublished at 10:15

    Abdoulaye Doucoure and Fabian Delph

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    Everton midfielders Abdoulaye Doucoure and Fabian Delph are expected to be out for a minimum of four weeks with injuries.

    Frenchman Doucoure was forced off in the 65th minute of Saturday’s 1-0 defeat by Aston Villa at Goodison Park because of a groin problem.

    Tests have revealed the 29-year-old requires a period of rehabilitation, having previously suffered a foot injury in October which kept him out for six weeks.

    Delph injured his thigh during a training session this week and is now undergoing treatment with the club’s medical team.

    Fellow midfielder Tom Davies is also currently out injured.

  5. Transfer news: Could Muller and Lampard be heading to Everton?published at 07:17

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    Everton are interested in Bayern Munich and Germany forward Thomas Muller, with the 32-year-old approaching the final year of his contract with the Bundesliga side. However, the Toffees face competition from Newcastle in their pursuit. (Sportbild - via Star), external

    Former Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is now the leading contender to become the new manager at Goodison Park. (Independent), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Thursday's full gossip column

  6. 'Relegation is a very real threat'published at 18:36 26 January

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    This is as bad as I have ever seen it. I had very low expectations for the season and yet this has gone further than I could have ever imagined.

    When Rafa Benitez went, even his biggest critics were very aware that he was not our only problem and that things had to change much higher up. Selling Digne – our only experienced left-back and one of our most creative players since arriving at Everton – to appease Benitez just a mere few days before sacking him said all that needed to be said about the level of forward-thinking that was happening at the club.

    But sacking Benitez would be a chance for our owner to reflect on who should be making the footballing decisions at the club; appoint a director of football and have some consistent decision-making continuing regardless of the managers that may come and go.

    Instead, we seem to be going in the opposite direction.

    Newcastle are spending big, Watford have a new experienced manager, Norwich are on a run of form, Burnley have many games in hand. Everton, meanwhile, are a mess. It breaks my heart to say it, but relegation is a very real threat.

  7. What are the best Premier League derbies, past and present?published at 18:09 26 January

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    Derby day, there's nothing quite like it.

    Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Micah Richards will return in the spring with their latest series of the BBC Sounds hit the Match of the Day Top 10 podcast, ranking their top 10s from an assortment of topics across the Premier League era.

    One of those subjects will be derbies and we're giving you an early chance to get involved, by letting you pick your top three, with the trio seeing your choices before they record the pod.

    Liverpool v Everton

    Liverpool were formed in 1892 after splitting from Everton and the teams have played each other regularly since.

    It has been a one-sided derby in recent times with the Toffees not winning at Anfield between 1999 and 2021.

    Several Liverpool legends, including Jamie Carragher and Robbie Fowler, grew up as Everton fans.

    Have your say on the best Premier League derbies, past and present

  8. Pereira, Rooney or Lampard?published at 11:18 26 January

    Vitor Pereira, Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard
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    Do you agree with Phil? Who do you want to see come in at Goodison?

    Give us your views

  9. Ndombele 'most likely to go abroad'published at 09:42 26 January

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    Tanguy Ndombele is more likely to go abroad than joining Everton, according to the Athletic's David Ornstein.

    The Toffees are reportedly interested in the 25-year-old Tottenham and France midfielder, but Ornstein says that move looks unlikely.

    Speaking on the Transfer Gossip Daily on BBC Sounds, he said: "From people I speak to, Tanguy Ndombele is more suited to football in a different country in terms of the fact that he doesn’t seem to have settled too well into English football.

    "Why would going to Everton solve that issue? Only if there are no teams on the continent who are prepared to pay his salary or present an attractive enough proposition to him.

    "He’s been so heavily linked to Paris Saint-Germain and of course Mauricio Pochettino signed him for Tottenham and is now their boss and that would take him back to the city where he grew up on the outskirts.

    "Everton need fighters at the minute, they need warriors who have proven ability to get their hands dirty, to roll their sleeves up, get stuck in and produce results and I don’t think we’ve seen that from Ndombele at Tottenham.

    "He’s got flashes of brilliance which we have seen at Lyon previously, even Spurs at times and the France national team. Everton are clearly looking to bolster themselves and a loan would suit them.

    "I just think this one is a bit unlikely. If he’s going to leave Tottenham before the deadline it’s most likely he’s going to go abroad."

    Hear more on the latest transfer rumours on BBC Sounds

  10. Everton 'an attractive club' for new managerpublished at 08:04 26 January

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    Duncan Ferguson believes Everton is still an attractive job for potential managers despite their poor run of form.

    The Toffees are just four points above the relegation zone after 10 defeats in their last 13 games.

    Ferguson told Everton TV:, external "This is an attractive club for somebody but the first thing we need is to get results.

    "We need to keep everybody galvanised and keep the spirit and fighting mentality there and try our best to get the next result.

    "You just want the players to work as hard as they possibly can and I am sure you saw that (in Saturday's defeat to Aston Villa).

    "But we need to work (during the current break) on trying to get a result."

    Ferguson expects to be in charge for the "next two or three games" - which would take in at least the FA Cup fourth-round home tie against Brentford and the relegation six-pointer at Newcastle.

  11. Transfer news: Everton interested in Ndombelepublished at 07:30 26 January

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    Everton have emerged as suitors for Tottenham and France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, 25. (Sky Sports - via TEAMtalk), external

    Owner Farhad Moshiri is overruling the Toffees board in pressing ahead with the appointment of Vitor Pereira as manager, with club executives wanting to take their time before making a decision. (Mirror), external

    The Toffees are also among a number of Premier League clubs interested in signing Tottenham's Dele Alli. (Mail), external

    Elsewhere, striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 24, is on a transfer wish list drawn up by Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. (Athletic - subscription required), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Wednesday's full gossip column

  12. VAR standards in Premier League 'not good enough'published at 10:34 25 January

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    Former Manchester City and England defender Micah Richards says VAR in the Premier League is "a shambles" after Liverpool's controversial penalty against Crystal Palace.

    Referee Kevin Friend was advised to go to the monitor and overturn his decision not to award a foul on Diogo Jota by Palace keeper Vicente Guaita.

    VAR has come under increased scrutiny recently after the pattern of referees heading to the monitor and subsequently changing their decision, a situation Richards says is untenable.

    "We've seen VAR used well but the standard in the Premier League is just not good enough," he said on BBC Radio 5 Live's Monday Night Club.

    "I've always tried to be protective of players and referees, but that was one of the worst decisions this season.

    "When you slow something down, it becomes a completely different incident.

    "It's a shambles at the moment."

    Has VAR got worse? Let us know what you think by following your club link over here

    Listen to full discussion on Premier League refereeing from 32'47 on BBC Sounds

  13. Your thoughts on Everton's transfer windowpublished at 18:13 24 January

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    There's one week to go until the transfer window closes and we've been asking for your thoughts on Everton so far - who should the club buy, sell or keep? We've also been asking who you want to see as the next manager.

    Here are some of your views so far:

    Andy: Everton must get David Moyes back. He was astute and thorough with every recruit he made at Everton (think Cahill, Jagielka, Coleman). He never had money at Everton in 11 years. He has unfinished business. He only left because a legendary manager (Sir Alex Ferguson) handpicked him. He had to go. He has unfinished business and knows the club better than anyone.

    Martyn: Graham Potter should be offered the Everton job and every effort should be made to appoint him.

    Phil: Duncan Ferguson should be appointed full-time as manager. He is the person we need now and will turn the club around. I've been an Everton fan for 60 years.

    Do you want to see some movement before the window closes? Have your say here