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 By PA Sport

Ashley Williams: Everton must show fight against Arsenal

Bruno Genesio believes the brawl involving Ashley Williams almost gave Everton a way back into Thursday's Europa League clash, before the French side came out 2-1 winners.
As Everton's struggles persist, Craig Burley suggests Arsenal's visit could be Ronald Koeman's last chance to save his job.
Ronald Koeman discussed the pressure that he's been under after a poor start to the season at Everton.

Ashley Williams has vowed struggling Everton will take the fight to Arsenal, despite being at the heart of the ugly incident which led to a UEFA charge and a life ban for one fan.

Williams shoved Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes into the advertising hoardings during Thursday's Europa League defeat, leading to an angry tussle involving players from both teams and at least one supporter, who has subsequently been identified and banned.

UEFA has initiated a disciplinary case against the Toffees for "aggression...

Juventus, Leicester City earned more from UEFA prize fund than Real Madrid

With just two goals in eight games for Real Madrid this season, the FC guys debate whether or not Karim Benzema is overrated.

Beaten finalists Juventus topped the Champions League prize money table in receiving €110.4 million from UEFA last season.

Leicester City edged title-winning Real Madrid for second place in the list that UEFA published on Friday because the English champion banked a bigger share of broadcasting rights money.

British and Italian TV deals were more valuable than the Spanish rights, and were shared between fewer clubs than Spain's five in the competition.

Leicester, eliminated in the quarterfinals,...

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Trending: Crowd incident mars Everton game; Giroud hits stunning winner

As Everton's torrid run in the Prem and Europe continues, the FC crew discuss whether or not a managerial change is needed.

Friday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending ...

EVERTONA 2-1 loss to Lyon at Goodison Park saw an ugly incident involving both teams and Everton could face punishment from UEFA after a fan holding a child appeared to aim a punch at a visiting player.

- WATCH: The Toffees have been woeful of late and it's hard not to wonder if this isn't the beginning of the end for Ronald Koeman.

ARSENAL: Arsene Wenger insists Jack Wilshere will soon get a chance...

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Ronaldo Koeman insists 'I am still the man' in charge of Everton

Ronald Koeman discussed the pressure that he's been under after a poor start to the season at Everton.
As Everton's torrid run in the Prem and Europe continues, the FC crew discuss whether or not a managerial change is needed.

Ronald Koeman admits everyone at Everton "is a little bit worried" about the club's current predicament but he insists he still has the firm backing of majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.

The manager has also emphasised the belief he retains in himself as the Toffees look to turn their fortunes around, with him declaring "I am still the man."

Everton, who were beaten 2-1 at home by Lyon in the Europa League on Thursday, have won only two of their last 12 games in all competitions and none of the...