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U.S. national team goalkeeper Tim Howard signs Everton extension to 2018

U.S. No. 1 goalkeeper Tim Howard has helped Everton stay in the thick of the Champions League hunt, and he will be trying to do so for the next four years, as well. 220 more words

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VIDEO: Southampton Team Leave Training In Celebration After Dejan Lovren's Ridiculous Nutmeg On Youth Player

You would associate tough tackles and clearing headers with Southampton defender Dejan Lovren more than you would silky skills.

But the Croatian stopper proved he can cut it with the most skilful in the St Mary’s squad with this ridiculous training nutmeg on youngster Harrison Reed. 33 more words

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What constitutes a good supporter?

Morning Gooner’s,

As the title says, what tells us who is a good supporter? Many will say that a supporter who turns up for all of their teams home games is a real supporter, or the away supporter who travels. 768 more words

Sylvain Distin Shoots Down Critical Fan Saying Everton Are Too Skint To Replace Him

Sylvain Distin isn’t the most prolific Twitter personality in the world of football.

The Everton defender tweets sporadically and, when he does, it’s usually some generic, simple post about victories being sweet or the boys doing well. 98 more words

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Manchester City draws with Sunderland, likely putting Premier League title out of reach; Everton loses

MANCHESTER, England — The Premier League trophy could be out of reach for Manchester City after a 2-2 home draw with last-placed Sunderland on Wednesday that capped a demoralizing four days for title chasers. 588 more words

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Almost There

I haven’t always been Steven Gerrard’s biggest admirer.  While there has never been any doubts regarding his immense talent, there have been a number of issues which have bothered me over the years: the unnecessary ‘Hollywood’ balls, some shocking challenges and the public displays of affection for Liverpool while considering a move to Chelsea all spring to mind. 589 more words