2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
13-10-15, 8th in English Premier League
Why D.C. United need to convince Rooney to come to MLS (2:24)
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3dTom Marshall

Lozano focused on WC amid Everton links

Hirving Lozano said he is solely focused on his role with Mexico at the 2018 World Cup amid links with a move from PSV Eindhoven to Everton.

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7dLuke O'Farrell

Everton must get new hires right

With Sam Allardyce and several executives ousted this week, change is in the air at Everton but the club must get things right with new hires.

Who's next in line at West Ham and Everton? (2:15)
Too much expectation on Premier League managers? (1:50)
Twellman sounds off on D.C. United's move to acquire Rooney (2:00)
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11dPA Sport

Lanzini double downs Allardyce's Everton

Manuel Lanzini scored twice as West Ham claimed a 3-1 win in what could be an ignominious end to Sam Allardyce's reign as Everton boss.

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12dLuke O'Farrell

Everton need to give supporters hope

It's been another wasted season at Everton despite beginning with such potential. The club needs to give fans something to be excited about again.

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12dPeter O'Rourke

Everton keen to sign Wigan's Lang - sources

Everton are eyeing a move for highly-rated Wigan Athletic forward Callum Lang, sources close to the Premier League club have told ESPN FC.

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13dPA Sport

Rooney last of the 'street' players - Moyes

David Moyes believes the Premier League will be losing the last of the "street footballers" if Wayne Rooney opts to leave Everton for D.C. United.

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13dGlenn Price

Rooney hasn't asked to exit Everton - Allardyce

Everton manager Sam Allardyce is unsure as to what the future holds for Wayne Rooney, amid reports of interest from D.C. United.

Extra Time: Noble's bust-up punishment; Mou still the man? (8:57)

2017-18 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City383242+79100
Manchester United382567+4081
Tottenham Hotspur382387+3877
Liverpool3821125+4675
Chelsea3821710+2470
Arsenal3819613+2363
Burnley38141212-354
Everton38131015-1449
Leicester City38121115-447
Newcastle United3812818-844
Crystal Palace38111116-1044
AFC Bournemouth38111116-1644
West Ham United38101216-2042
Watford3811819-2041
Brighton & Hove Albion3891316-2040
Huddersfield Town3891019-3037
Southampton3871516-1936
Swansea City388921-2833
Stoke City3871219-3333
West Bromwich Albion3861319-2531

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1411th
Goals Scored44Tied-11th
Assists27Tied-12th
Goals Conceded58Tied-14th