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Roberto Martinez unfazed by John Stones exit rumours

Everton manager Roberto Martinez says defender John Stones will stay at Goodison Park. Chelsea have already made two official offers to sign the player but the Toffees twice told the Blues that the Englishman is not for sale. And Martinez is confident the 21-year-old will not be tempted by Chelsea's offer. "We are a big […]
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World Soccer Talk Radio (8.3.15) Lyndon Lloyd of ToffeeWeb interview

Listen to the latest episode of World Soccer Talk Radio featuring an interview with Lyndon Lloyd of ToffeeWeb. During the interview, Lyndon Lloyd of previews Everton’s upcoming Premier League season, discusses the lack of transfer activity this summer, as well as his opinions regarding Roberto Martinez and how much longer he may stay in the position. Plus, Lloyd discusses...
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'Big club' Everton do not need to sell Stones to Chelsea, says Martinez

Roberto Martinez has reminded Chelsea that Everton are a "big club with nine league titles" - and do not need to sell John Stones. Chelsea have already failed with two bids for Stones but may yet return with a third for a player also reported to be on the radar of Manchester City and Manchester United. Martinez, however, insists Everton are not a selling club and not necessarily...
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2015/16 Premier League team preview: Everton

After one season which yielded so much promise and another which was an unmitigated disaster, the upcoming campaign is a vital one for Everton boss Roberto Martinez. An appalling pre-season paved the way for a terrible start to 2014-15. The domestic calendar was interspersed with Europa League football at Goodison Park and with regular injuries to key players, the Toffees really...
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Roberto Martinez might just be Everton's best midfielder

Roberto Martinez might just be Everton's best midfielder.
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Everton face worrying signs as new season approaches

During the summer leading up to the 2014-15 season, Roberto Martinez recognized that Everton did not have the squad to meet the new challenges of the coming season. It had been six years since the Toffees had competed in Europe and Martinez was fully aware that his team, particularly the aging defense, would be put under immense strain. The Europa League is infamous for destroying...
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