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Ian Doyle

Ian Doyle

Our chief football correspondent has covered Everton, Liverpool and England since 2000 and has previously reported on both club and country in Europe and beyond.

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Goodison outfit have emerged as serious contenders for Champions League qualification having lost only one of 16 Premier League games

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We won't get carried away with title talk - Sakho

Liverpool will go top for at least 48 hours if they defeat Cardiff City at home on Saturday

Football - FA Premier League - Arsenal FC v Everton FC

Match report and gallery: Arsenal 1-1 Everton FC

The Blues grind out a draw at the Emirates

Football - FA Premier League - Arsenal FC v Everton FC

Martinez praises the "incredible character" of his Everton FC side

Manager saw his side grind out a point against league leaders Arsenal at the Emirates

Arsenal v Everton - Barclays Premier League

Final whistle match report: Arsenal 1-1 Everton FC

Blues snatched an equaliser to split the points in London

Bryan Oviedo celebrates with team mates after scoring the winning goal for Everton

Oviedo secures place in Everton history

Great night for Blues

Roberto Martinez urges his team on

Martinez - we can beat anybody after United win

Manchester United win reinforces Everton's self belief

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Rodgers continues to grapple with back four conundrum

Rodgers has yet to find a settled heart to his defence despite a plethora of options

Everton vs Stoke City at Goodison Park. Roberto Martinez and fellow boss Mark Hughes

Martinez sets his side target of 71 points for Champions League qualification

Martinez faces toughest test of his fledgling reign when Everton travel to Old Trafford tomorrow evening

LONDON, ENGLAND - Saturday, November 9, 2013: Everton manager Roberto Martinez walks to the bench before their Premiership match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. (Pic by Tom Hevezi/Propaganda)

Martinez would rather play well and lose than ugly and win

"Game is about us being able to perform at Old Trafford and being able to show ourselves that we can compete with teams away from home eye-to-eye"

Roberto Martinez with David Moyes

Martinez believes former Everton manager David Moyes deserves warm reception on Wednesday

Moyes comes up against his old club for the first time when Martinez’s side journey down the East Lancs Road

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