Everton FC

Everton’s Resurgence: A 3-0 Triumph Over Newcastle Propels Them Out of Relegation Zone
Newcastle, Everton FC

Everton’s Resurgence: A 3-0 Triumph Over Newcastle Propels Them Out of Relegation Zone

By Score More Staff In a stunning turn of events, Everton emerged victorious with a commanding 3-0 win over Newcastle in a crucial Premier League clash, propelling them out of the dreaded relegation zone. The Merseyside club, previously marred by a 10-point deduction last month for breaching the league's financial rules, showcased resilience and determination with back-to-back wins that lifted them to 17th place in the standings, narrowly escaping the drop zone by a single point. The Goodison Park crowd witnessed a second-half spectacle as Dwight McNeil, Abdoulaye Doucoure, and Beto each found the net to secure Everton's triumphant comeback. The turning point came in the 79th minute when Dwight McNeil showcased his attacking prowess. Driving into the box with finesse, he unleashed a...
Premier League Shocker: Everton Hit with Unprecedented 10-Point Deduction
Everton FC, Premier League

Premier League Shocker: Everton Hit with Unprecedented 10-Point Deduction

The Score More Staff & Agencies Recently acquired by 777 Partners, the owner of Vasco SAF, the Liverpool-based club Everton has confirmed on Friday that it has been penalized by the Premier League with a ten-point deduction in the English Championship table. The reason behind this action was a violation of the league's financial fair play rules, pertaining to the club's profitability and sustainability. Everton, now under the ownership of 777 Partners, the parent company of Vasco SAF, has expressed its intention to appeal the decision. With this unprecedented punishment in Premier League history, Everton has dropped to the penultimate position in the tournament, holding only four points. The Liverpool club has swiftly responded to the penalty, criticizing the Premier League's indepe...
Premier League: Everton 1-2 Luton
Luton Town FC, Everton FC

Premier League: Everton 1-2 Luton

By Score More Rob Edwards had a strong sense that this day would eventually come, and he communicated his conviction to his players: Goodison Park, he confidently declared, would bear witness to Luton Town's first top-flight victory since April 1992. As fate would have it, the last time Luton secured an away point as a First Division side was at this very stadium, playing to a 1-1 draw the previous month. However, on this occasion, they achieved far more, substantiating their manager's judgment. Edwards articulated, "I had genuine belief in our capabilities. I'm not trying to boast, but we genuinely held the belief that we could come here and secure a victory—with all due respect to Everton, who have some talented players. I had a hunch that our playing styles would align, and we co...
Premier League: Brentford 1-3 Everton
Brentford FC, Everton FC

Premier League: Brentford 1-3 Everton

By Score More Everton delivered a superb performance against Brentford, displaying confidence and resilience that suggested they are not destined for a relegation battle this season. James Tarkowski, leading against his former club, was outstanding, providing both defensive stability and posing a threat in attack. Abdoulaye Doucoure's exceptional performance included scoring his seventh goal in his last 16 league games, showcasing his impact. Despite Doucoure hitting the woodwork in the first half, Brentford quickly equalized through Mathias Jensen. However, Dominic Calvert-Lewin later sealed the game for Everton, resulting in a jubilant celebration with Doucoure, encapsulating the evening's success. In his 250th professional game, Calvert-Lewin, who has faced injury challenges, fou...
Premier League: Everton 0 Arsenal 1
Arsenal FC, Everton FC

Premier League: Everton 0 Arsenal 1

By Score More Another disappointing home fixture at Goodison Park, resulting in yet another 1-0 defeat that leaves Everton firmly planted in the bottom three, still seeking their first win of the season. Heading into today's match, the Toffees were hoping to replicate their heroics from February when, in Sean Dyche's inaugural game as manager, they secured an unexpected but crucial one-goal victory. Regrettably, lightning didn't strike twice, and Everton never came close to repeating their previous feat. Instead, they succumbed to the same scoreline. Things could have been much worse if not for the heroics of Jordan Pickford, who pulled off a series of outstanding saves and some last-ditch defensive interventions. The home team appeared to lack ambition and seemed content with playi...
Premier League: Sheffield United 2 Everton 2
Sheffield United FC, Everton FC, Premier League

Premier League: Sheffield United 2 Everton 2

By Score More Everton finally broke their season's goal drought and secured their first point by playing to a 2-2 draw against Sheffield United at Brammell Lane. While three points would have been preferable, the Toffees managed to avoid another defeat, which allowed them to climb out of the Premier League basement. However, their escape from defeat was almost thwarted in the dying moments of added time when Jordan Pickford pulled off an exceptional double save to salvage a point for Everton. Saturday's draw brought several notable positives, particularly the Premier League debut of Beto, the Portuguese striker. He posed a consistent threat and provided the Everton attack with a genuine focal point, even though he didn't find the net. This display showcased the attacking quality that...
Wolves Clinch Inaugural Premier League Victory of the Season with Late Kalajdzic Header
Wolverhampton FC, Everton FC

Wolves Clinch Inaugural Premier League Victory of the Season with Late Kalajdzic Header

By Score More Sasa Kalajdzic, a substitute who faced a challenging start to his Wolves tenure due to an ACL injury, emerged as the protagonist with a decisive late header that secured Wolves' first Premier League win this season. The goal plunged Everton to the league's bottom position without a single point. Kalajdzic, the Austrian striker who became a part of Wolves during the previous season but had his debut cut short by injury, soared above Nathan Patterson to convert an accurate cross from Pedro Neto, igniting Wolves' campaign on a positive trajectory. In the initial stages of the match, both teams grappled to find an incisive edge in the attacking third, resulting in a forgettable opening period. However, the game underwent a notable transformation, evolving into a more captiva...
Premier League: Everton Suffers Second Consecutive Defeat in Premier League, Aston Villa Secures Convincing 4-0 Victory
Aston Villa, Everton FC, Premier League

Premier League: Everton Suffers Second Consecutive Defeat in Premier League, Aston Villa Secures Convincing 4-0 Victory

By Score More Second game, second defeat for Everton in the Premier League. Following their home loss to Marco Silva's Fulham in the opening matchday, the Toffees were thrashed by Aston Villa, 4-0, at Villa Park. Seeking to mend their image from the first-round game – a 1-5 defeat against Newcastle – Aston Villa went into halftime leading 2-0 with goals from John McGinn (18') and Douglas Luiz (24'). Leon Bailey (51') and Jhon Duran (75') extended the lead in the second half, securing the first three points for the team led by Unai Emery. Meanwhile, Sean Dyche continues to struggle for a win with Everton, in a match where goalkeeper João Virgínia remained an unused substitute. Youssef Chermiti is still waiting for his debut, and the injured André Gomes was also not an option.
Marco Silva’s Fulham Starts with a Win in the Premier League
Everton FC, Fulham FC

Marco Silva’s Fulham Starts with a Win in the Premier League

By Score More Fulham, led by Portuguese coach Marco Silva, began their Premier League campaign on a high note by securing a 1-0 victory in their away match against Everton. Despite missing Portuguese international João Palhinha due to injury, Bobby Reid scored the lone goal that earned three points for the Cottagers in the match. Interestingly, on the opposing side, there was another Portuguese presence with goalkeeper João Virgínia, formerly of Sporting, on the Everton bench as a substitute. The spotlight also falls on Brighton, the sensation of the previous Premier League season, as they convincingly defeated newcomer Luton 4-1, signaling their intention to maintain the high level of performance displayed in the previous campaign. Crystal Palace followed suit, so to speak, echoin...