- Date of Birth: 17 May 1981
- Birthplace: Wigan, Wigan, England
- Position: Midfielder
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Former Everton player, Leon Osman has hailed Morocco, describing them as 'excellent' after they played a 2-2 draw with Spain in their final group game of the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Everton are ready to rival Sunderland in the race to sign Rubin Kazan midfielder Yann M'Vila. The Frenchman impressed in his six-month loan spell at Wearside last term.
Everton are monitoring the progress of Czech Republic international attacking midfielder Josef Husbauer. The highly rated 23-year-old currently plays for Sparta Prague back in his homeland and is currently seeking a transfer to a European league.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has praised the 'flawless' performance of Gareth Barry during the Toffees' 1-0 victory over Chelsea at Goodison Park yesterday.
David Moyes thinks that fatigue could catch his Everton side in their pursuit of Champions League football. A 2-0 defeat against Man Utd on Sunday has slowed down the Toffees' charge for CL qualification.
This weekend marks the 125th anniversary of Arsenal Football Club, as the Gunners host Everton in today's Premier League battle at the Emirates. The Gunners are in inspired form, winning 6 of their last 7 games; whilst Everton remain hopeful of continuing their push from the mid-table.
It's fair to say that if Manchester City are going to pick up their first major piece of silverware since 1976, then they are going to need to be much more clinical next week at Wembley than they were at Goodison at the weekend. Roberto Mancini's men failed to capitalise on a host a chances against Everton, allowing the hosts to grab a somewhat surprising 2-1 victory after withstanding the City storm.
Everton boss David Moyes has admitted he is regretting the decision to sell James McFadden in the January transfer window to Birmingham. Tim Cahill, Mikel Arteta and Leon Osman have all missed recent games and Yakubu has played up front alone as Everton's hopes of fourth spot are up in smoke.
Birmingham City will be hoping their off field troubles will not aggrevate their form on the pitch as the St. Andrews outfit look to survive in the Premiership for another season, meanwhile Everton know a victory could still help them toward Champions League qualification.
A very drab game between Everton and Derby finished in 1-0 victory thanks to a goal from Leon Osman in the 56th minute. Derby; already relegated from the Premiership, were battling purely for pride as Everton moved back to within 3 points of Liverpool.
Everton boss David Moyes hopes he can replicate the efforts of Manchester United as they groomed several young English talents at once to become a dominant force in England. Moyes hopes that Lescott, Vaughan, Leon Osman and Phil Jagielka will help the Toffees achieve this.
Blackburn have not lost a league game since Christmas and Everton are in fourth battling for a Champions League spot. This will be a superb battle between two ambitious sides.
A Titus Bramble error cost Wigan dearly as Andy Johnson and Joleon Lescott goals catapulted Everton up to fourth in the Premiership above local rivals Liverpool. Wigan failed to come back to equalise despite an own goal from Phil Jagielka pulled one back.
Arsenal face a tough trip to Goodison Park if they are to regain momentum to keep in touch with Man Utd at the top of the Premiership. Everton have been outstanding this year and have a superb record against the Gunners.
Bolton are looking for the first back-to-back for the first time since April whilst Everton are looking for a continuation of their fine early season form. Everton will be looking for som form after their defeat to Man Utd at the weekend.
As Arsenal yesterday moved four points clear on top of the Premiership, Man Utd will feel under pressure to win today against Everton; but the Toffees are no walkover this year, as their 6th place spot justifies.
Goals from Yakubu and Andy Johnson were enough to give Everton a fantastic 2-0 victory on the road at Upton Park. Both goals came late on in injury time in either half.
A delightful Yakubu hattrick was enough to kill off Fulham as Everton defeated the Cottagers by 3-0. Fulham were dominated from the off, and the outstanding Nigerian striker performed admirably for 90 minutes. The £9m man has now grabbed 9 goals in 16 games for Everton.
Everton produced one of the Premiership performances of the season as they romped to a 7-1 victory over Sunderland at Goodison Park. Goals from Cahill, Osman, Yakubu, Pienaar and Andy Johnson were enough to see off the Black Cats.
Everton are aiming to climb into the top six; Sunderland are eager to keep out of the bottom three. Everton have seven points out of nine and look to build on an impressive start to the year. Sunderland haven't won in seven games.