Everton

MOYES LEFT FRUSTRATED

The Everton manager David Moyes has said that he is extremely frustrated following the 2-0 defeat at the hands of West Brom during the weekend. Everton were coming into the match on the back of three consecutive victories over Manchester United, Aston Villa, and Leyton Orient.

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GIVE LAMBERT TIME

The Everton manager David Moyes has said that the Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert should not be criticised from the word go and that he should be given time to build his own team. Everton managed to run out 3-1 winners over Aston Villa at Villa Park.

This has been one of the best starts to a new season by Everton after many years. The slow start has been one of the main reasons for Everton not finishing much higher than they should do. However, David Moyes has changed the training techniques of the players in order to bring out the best in them during the early parts of the campaign.

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NO CONTAC FOR MOYES

Everton manager David Moyes has confirmed that he has received no official contact from Tottenham regarding him taking over the vacant managerial job at the London club.

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DISTIN SAYS SORRY

Everton defender Sylvain Distin has said that he is extremely sorry for the back pass, which was the cause for the late goal by Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-final between the two clubs recently.

Sylvain Distin has already won the FA Cup with Portsmouth in 2008.

He had the chance to help David Moyes celebrates his 10 years at Everton by lifting the FA Cup this season, but a catastrophic error by the Frenchman led to Liverpool scoring the goal in the dying minutes of the game, which eventually proved to be the winner. Following the match, Distin apologised to the Everton fans.

LANDON INTERESTED IN EVERTON MOVE

Everton midfielder Landon Donovan has said that he would be very much interested in the prospect of joining the Merseyside club on a permanent basis.

Landon Donovan is currently in his second loan spell with Everton. He is on loan from MLS side LA Galaxy.

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Liverpool / Everton Sport City Talk Fail

A TOP-LEVEL meeting has failed to deliver progress on new stadia for Liverpool and Everton football clubs.

LFC chief executive Christian Purslow and his Everton counterpart Robert Elstone sat down with city council officials and Liverpool University yesterday, at the instigation of the university. Liverpool FC made clear the club is committed to building a new £400m ground, despite its problems raising finance to fund the 60,000-seater.

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