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ToffeeLinks 20/11/2012: Injury See-Saw in Midfield and a Tim Cahill Link

Just as Gibson seems to be getting into form, Phil Neville goes in to surgery and is out for two months.

Chris Brunskill

Our depth at midfield is very thin. Things became worse when Darron GuGibson was injured in what turned out to be a long term break. Just as he comes back (he played for the U-21 team this week), we start losing more players. Kevin Mirallas is still out with an injury as well. This leaves us dangerously thin. Luckily we had a players out on loan that just ended...

Everton FC captain Phil Neville out for up to two months after surgery - Daily Post North Wales
"Everton FC will be without captain Phil Neville for up to two months after the midfielder underwent a knee operation."

Championship - Barkley returns to Everton - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
"Everton will welcome back midfielder Ross Barkley this week after the teenager's loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday came to an end."

Everton FC boss David Moyes hopes for big things for Ross Barkley on return from Sheffield Wednesday loan - Liverpool Echo
"Everton have welcomed back Ross Barkley to their first team fold after his successful loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday came to an end."

-- Moyes' thoughts on what Barkley's championship experience will mean to him and how Barkley can help the team for the future.

Everton boss David Moyes not tempted by Scotland manager's job for now | Sky Sports | Shows | Goals On Sunday
"David Moyes says he would like to manage Scotland - but has no plans to desert Everton just yet!" -- It would be ridiculous for him to take that job. I mean, why would he? Scotland are just not good enough and it would seem like a step back.

Ian Snodin: A top four finish is still very much on Everton’s radar - Liverpool Echo
"It goes without saying that it was a wide open Premier League weekend. Anyone who had Norwich, West Brom, Sunderland and Reading all to win would've landed a 580/1 payout."

Tim Cahill wants to come back to Everton on loan in January - Mirror Online
"The Australian left Goodison Park to join New York Red Bulls in the summer but wants to join up with old team on short-term deal."

-- Whoa. Probably a good idea because of our lack of depth at the moment. Plus, he would be a pretty great impact sub.