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Everton are managed by Roberto Martinez who replaced David Moyes back in the summer of 2013, on a four-year deal. The former Wigan boss enjoyed a cracking debut campaign on Merseyside, however he came under-fire last term following a disappointing 11th place finish.

Everton's mixed form has spilled over into the current campaign, and if they fail to buck up their ideas soon then Martinez will come under the Sack Race spotlight.

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Recent History

Everton are a club with a great history who have competed in the Premier League since its inauguration back in 1992. Moyes did a very good job at Goodison Park and will go down as one of the club's greatest managers, but it is now Martinez who will be bidding to create his own slice of history.

Moyes left Goodison Park at the end of the season after 11 years at the helm, succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. His last game in charge was a 2-1 defeat away to Chelsea, with the Toffees finishing his final season in 6th.

It is no secret that Everton are not one of the top flight's biggest spenders due to their lack of finances. They often have to purchase players on the cheap as they can not afford the inflated wages and transfers that are part of football today. The board are eager to keep hold of their best players but if the right deal comes in then they have no option but to sell, although this is gradually starting to change due to the team's excellent performances under Martinez.

Martinez signed a four-year deal to succeed David Moyes back in June 2013. The popular Spaniard arrived from Wigan, with whom he led to FA Cup glory in 2012/13, and went on to make a huge impact on Merseyside in 2013/14, by leading the club to a 5th-place finish and thus a spot in the Europa League.

Last 6 League Games

DateHomeScoreAway
03 FebEverton3 - 0Newcastle UnitedW
16 JanChelsea3 - 3EvertonD
13 JanManchester City0 - 0EvertonD
03 JanEverton1 - 1Tottenham HotspurD
28 DecEverton3 - 4Stoke CityL
26 DecNewcastle United0 - 1EvertonW
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Upcoming Fixtures

DateHomeKickoffAway
06 FebStoke City16:00Everton
13 FebEverton16:00West Bromwich Albion
27 FebLiverpool16:00Everton
01 MarAston Villa20:45Everton
05 MarEverton16:00West Ham United
12 MarSunderland16:00Everton

Everton Manager History

ManagerStart DateEnd Date
Roberto Martinez5 June 2013Present
David Moyes15 March 200219 May 2013
Walter Smith1 July 199813 March 2002
Howard Kendall27 June 19971 July 1998
Dave Watson1 April 199731 May 1998
Joe Royle10 November 199427 March 1997
Mike Walker7 January 19948 November 1994
Jimmy Gabriel4 December 19907 January 1993
Howard Kendall5 November 19904 December 1993
Colin Harvey19 June 198731 October 1990
Howard Kendall31 May 198118 June 1987
Gordon Lee30 January 197731 May 1981
Steve Burtenshaw10 January 197730 January 1977
Billy Bingham28 May 197310 January 1977
Tom Eggleston12 April 197328 May 1973
Harry Catterick1 April 196112 April 1973
Johnny Carey1 October 19581 April 1961
Ian Buchan1 February 19561 October 1958
Cliff Britton1 August 19481 February 1956
Theo Kelly1 May 19361 September 1948
ThomasH McIntosh1 August 191931 May 1935
WJ Sawyer1 August 191831 May 1919
WilliamC Cuff1 August 190131 May 1918
Dick Molyneux1 August 188931 May 1901
WE Barclay1 August 188831 May 1889
Present League Position
PWDLGFGAPts
9.Watford24969272633
10.Stoke24969242833
11.Everton247116433432
12.Crystal Palace249411252931
13.Chelsea24789323429
Everton Results
HomeAway
Arsenal-2-1
Aston Villa4-0-
Bournemouth-3-3
Chelsea3-13-3
Crystal Palace1-1-
Leicester City2-3-
Liverpool1-1-
Manchester City0-20-0
Manchester United0-3-
Newcastle United3-00-1
Norwich City-1-1
Southampton-0-3
Stoke City3-4-
Sunderland6-2-
Swansea City-0-0
Tottenham Hotspur1-10-0
Watford2-2-
West Bromwich Albion-2-3
West Ham United-1-1

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