Martin O'Neill backs Roy Keane amid Everton row over James McCarthy and Seamus Coleman 
Martin O'Neill circled the wagons around Roy Keane, insisting his assistant manager was fully entitled to speak his own mind after he sparked a row with Everton. [Read More]
Football - Kenwright: Rooney return possible
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright believes it is possible that Wayne Rooney may one day want to return to Goodison Park to finish his career with the Toffees. [Read More]
Wayne Rooney could return to Everton in years to come, roars Bill Kenwright  
Bill Kenwright was bullish in his assessment that England captain Wayne Rooney will wear the blue shirt again by saying: ‘He comes back to Goodison’. Rooney left the club back in 2004. [Read More]
We can tame tartan terrors! Wayne Rooney issues battle cry for England's Scotland clash
WAYNE ROONEY will warn England’s youngsters against being caught cold by the Celtic Park roar when he leads them out for the high-stakes friendly against Scotland tonight.... [Read More]
Roy Hodgson warns England stars about Scotland's support at Celtic Park
ROY HODGSON is taking heart from England's victory over Scotland at Wembley last year but has admitted they are in for a tougher mental test when the teams meet again in Glasgow tomorrow night .... [Read More]
Sunderland fined £20,000 over Everton incident
The Black Cats have been sanctioned by the Football Association after their players surrounded Lee Mason in the wake of a penalty decision in last weekend's match... [Read More]
 
Keane comments ‘stupid’, says Everton chief Kenwright
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has responded angrily to claims from Republic of Ireland assistant boss Roy Keane that the club is putting pressure on its players to withdraw from international duty, ... [Read More]
 
Premier League - Sunderland fined for misconduct
Sunderland have been fined £20,000 after admitting an FA misconduct charge arising from their game against Everton earlier this month. [Read More]
Premier League - Sunderland fined for failing to control players
Sunderland have been fined £20,000 for failing to control their players during the Premier League game against Everton. [Read More]
Football - Sunderland fined for misconduct
Sunderland have been fined B£20,000 after admitting an FA misconduct charge arising from their game against Everton earlier this month. [Read More]

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