Table-topping Arsenal deserve respect, according to Everton manager Roberto Martinez.
The Gunners have opened up a four-point lead at the top of the Premier League table and Toffees boss Martinez says they have been the “outstanding team” so far this campaign. read more »
Manchester United manager David Moyes believes his side are still in contention for the title this season – despite losing to his former club Everton last night.
The champions are ninth in the Premier League, and sit 12 points behind leaders Arsenal. But Moyes insists they can still mount a comeback.
Asked if United can win the league, he said: “Yeah, I do think that, yeah. I’ve got nothing to suggest anything other than that.”
He added: “We’ve got a long way to go. We’ll need to play some great football and win an awful lot of games in the run in if we’re going to be in there at the end of the season.”
Bryan Oviedo is on two goal in two games… and it looks like this one is going to be the winner against Manchester United at Old Trafford. read more »
Leighton Baines could make a surprise return from injury to face the club that tried to sign him in the summer, according to rumours swirling around Goodison Park.
The Everton left-back was not expected back in action yet after suffering a fractured toe in the Merseyside derby a week-and-a-half ago. read more »
David Moyes reckons he had Everton so well drilled that they didn’t need a manager – but he acknowledges that successor Roberto Martinez has made a good job of it so far.
The Manchester United manager says the levels of organisation in his former squad were such that they could do their jobs without input from the dugout. read more »