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Hibbert Scan

Tony Hibbert has had a scan on his injured knee.

The right-back missed the 1-0 win over Blackburn Rovers at the weekend after picking up an injury during the Merseyside derby at Anfield.

Everton physiotherapist Mick Rathbone has revealed to that the injury isn't a serious one and the results of the inspection were positive.

"Tony had a bad knock on the outside of his knee against Liverpool," said Rathbone.

"It was very badly bruised and also very painful for him but fortunately the MR scan we had done on Monday seems to confirm that it is no more than bruising and hopefully Tony will be re-available for selection quite soon."

It's yet another setback for the luckless defender, who has missed large chunks of the current season already after picking up a stomach bug during the summer and then suffering a bad groin injury.


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Watford away

Everton supporters are advised that the away match against Watford is sold out.

The Blues take on Aidy Boothroyd's side on February 24 at Vicarage Road.

But all tickets for away supporters have now been sold.

As ever, evertonTV will have live commentary and match highlights from the game.


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Andy van

It seems come the Summer Shandy Pants will be on his way back to Italy after he gave Moyesy the ultimatum, play me or I am off. Moyesy is sure to love that, after he gave Andy the hook on the hour mark in yesterdays home win against Blackburn, for another below par performance. In fairness to the Dutch winger his family are still in Italy, and he says that is where his heart is. Arriverderci mate.

Shandy says: "If the situation remains this way I will have a big problem. I am in shape but spending my time on the bench or in the stands. I didn't come to England for this. If things don't improve I will ask the club to let me go. Where? That's difficult but my heart is in Italy.

It is horrible that we are not living together. If I'm not playing it affects me badly, it does make me feel sick. A couple of months ago I even considered giving up my contract. I thought enough is enough. I have been through a horrible time over here." (11/02/07)


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Moyesy has given his biggest indication yet that Manny's stay at Goodison will not be a temporary one. As ever the stumbling block will be what his club Benfica will ask for him come the Summer. We shall start the whip round now then.

Moyesy says: "Any players I bring here on loan, I always hope that if I think they would do well we would look to bring them here. I don't like to bring players here just to give them games for other clubs. I am bringing them here with a view to taking them." (12/02/07)


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Barclays Premiership

Wednesday 21 Feb 8:00 pm

Match tickets are currently on general sale.

Supporters should note that a Dial-A-Seat service on 0870 442 1878 pressing the Box Office option 3, then 3 again to purchase tickets will be in operation for this fixture.

Match tickets can be purchased on-line for this fixture.


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Alan Stubbs reckons Andy Johnson is more than capable of scoring 15 goals this season.

The striker's goal against Blackburn was his tenth of the campaign and now Stubbs believes Johnson can reach 15 goals by May - at the very least.

"Without putting pressure on him, he looks like he is going to be a comfortable 15 goals-a-season man," said Stubbs.

"It would be wrong to set him any targets but 15 has got to be the smallest figure he is aiming for.

"I’m sure he is more than capable of doing that and we have struggled for someone to score 20 goals per season. We need someone to do that regularly and hopefully Andy will be the man to do it. I think he has been very unfortunate not to have more than the 10 he has at the minute."

A regular penalty taker at previous club Crystal Palace, AJ has taken - and scored - just one spot kick for Everton, leaving Mikel Arteta and James Beattie to assume the responsibility.

"Normally you would expect him to be on penalties but we have got some very good penalty takers here already.

"Strikers are judged on goals and Andy should definitely be happy with the way things are going for him. We are playing well and he is doing the business. He’s getting better. One thing you have to say about him is that he’s a great finisher."

Veteran centre half Stubbs explained that Johnson's goal against Blackburn typified his qualities.

"The one thing that separates top strikers from the rest is the way they put away chances,” said Stubbs. “Look at the way he finished that one against Blackburn. He only needed a split second and it was gone.

"When he is in that type of mood, it makes it very difficult for defenders and if we are managing to keep clean sheets at the back, you can rely on him to pop up and do the business."


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Right so you've made 10 posts in a row today, a little over the top wouldn't you say?

What did you do copy & paste all the news stories from Everton's official website?

What were you thinking?


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Ok. Let's get some activity going on in this thead!

So how does my favourite Merseyside team feel about the permanent signing of Tim Howard?


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well hes been in great from 6 clean sheets in the last 8 games. rumoured to have cost 2m which is a snip if its true.Great signinig weve needed soemone to replace martyn and moyes found very early. anyway it means wright will be leaving in the summer.


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Spurs game


Howard - 7 Could do nothing about the goals looked solid when needed.
Neville - 4 Piss poor 1sy half and not much better second
Yobo - 6 Had nothing to do
Stubbs - 6 " "
Lescott - 7 Did well. but was caught out for 1st goal
Osman - 5 Only great save by robinson denied him a goal otherwise not great
Arteta - 7 Good goal. some good play down wings
Fernandes - 8 (motm) Controlled central midfeild
Carsley - 6 Stopped most spurs attacks before htey started.
Anichebe - 4 Fuck all movement did nothing
Beattie - 6 ran his arse off won headers all over the place but lack of support left him trying to do it on hsi own
Naysmith - 5 why did he come on shored up the midfeild but we lost attacknig edge
Hibbert - 5 only had 2 minutes possibly the worst substition to make at that time
Vaughan - 5 Had a half chnace near end and snatched at it

over all a fair result would of been a draw awful tactics by moyes cost us a point.


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Howard - 7 Solid again.
Neville - 5 Good defensively but some poor passing
Yobo - 7 Solid
Naysmith - 6 Did well 1st game back
Lescott - 7 Solid again but stood off priskin to much.
Cahill - 5 Poor today didnt do much
Arteta - 6 decent game
Fernandes - 8 (motm) Another good game and his 1st goal.
Carsley - 7 Broke up many watford attacks
Johnson - 7 ran all game and tucked penalty away nicely
Beattie - 6 good work rate but awful miss.

Vaughan - 5 Didnt do much.
Osman - 6 Great goal and played wellf or his 10 minutes


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Merseyside best player?

Mikel Arteta is Merseyside's Player of the Season so far...official!

The official Barclays Premiership Actim Index has the Blues midfielder in 6th position in the 2006-07 playerS rankings list.

He is the highest-ranking Mersey-based player, and is only headed by Didier Drogba, Cristiano Ronaldo, Frank Lampard, Gareth Barry and Wayne Rooney.

Arteta has been in sparkling form as Everton continue the push for a European qualification position in the Premiership table and he is just ahead of Steven Gerrard and Steve Finnan in the rankings.

Tim Howard, who recently committed his long-term future to the Blues, has entered the list of the Top Five goalkeepers and the official list also confirms that Andy Johnson is the top striker on Merseyside this season.

The Everton top-scorer is ranked 17th in the Top 100, with Dirk Kuyt being his nearest local rival back in 29th.


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Inter toto

Everton have applied to take part in the 2007 Inter Toto Cup.

The competition provides an additional route into the UEFA Cup, should the Blues not qualify for the competition via their final league position.

The new format of the Inter Toto Cup means it is less of an obstacle to a side's pre-season preparations.

Should Everton be entered into the Inter Toto they would have to overcome one round of the tournament in July before entering a pre-qualifying round for the UEFA Cup.

Everton will be entered into the Inter Toto if they are the highest placed side outside of the automatic European qualification positions to have applied.

The Blues are currently seventh in the table. If the league placings remain the same until the end of the season the sides that finish fifth and sixth will qualify for the UEFA Cup because Chelsea and Arsenal contested the Carling Cup final and both will have secured qualification for the Champions League.

Should the FA Cup final be contested by two sides from the top four then seventh place in the Premiership will also earn UEFA Cup qualification.

Should that eventuality become reality and Everton finish eighth, they will be entered into the Inter Toto Cup.

Everton, Blackburn, Bolton, Fulham, Middlesbrough, Tottenham and Newcastle are amongst the English clubs to have issued an application for the Inter Toto Cup.


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Cahill has broken his foot and is out till the end of the season

With no game till a week on Sunday, Moyesy has took his players minus the unlucky Tim Cahill for some rest and recuperation, nah a training camp really. The Peak District, The Lakes, Southern Spain, no the boys are off to New York, Broadway, Bloomingdales and all of that.

Tim Howard is delighted as he can catch up with his relatives, and Moyesy is allowing the squad their own golf clubs as he trust his players not to make absolute arseholes of themselves.