Our Writers

We have a small but growing team of dedicated writers at St Domingo’s. We all share a passion for Everton and enjoy writing about our great club. If you are interested in writing for the site, either on a regular basis or just a one off piece, please get in touch using the contact us page.


Daniel Moore – Editor


I first started going to watch Everton in the 1982-83 season and have been through my fair share of pain and heartache supporting the Blues. I was privileged (although too young to appreciate) to enjoy Howard Kendall’s brilliant Everton team in the mid 1980’s and despite the club not lifting a trophy since 1995 I still love and enjoy going to the match both home and away. I have been a season ticket holder for longer than I dare to remember and recently moved from the Gwladys Street to the Park End so that I could enjoy the Everton experience with my family. The best player I have seen in an Everton shirt is probably Kevin Sheedy, his left foot was sensational, but my favourite Blue would have to be the magnificent Tim Cahill. His passion and love for the Blues is a great example for anyone who ever pulls on the famous royal blue jersey.

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Twitter: @MooreBlue but normally tweeting from @StDomingos1878


Ross Crombie – Obstructed View columnist

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I have been an Evertonian since 1967, an oasis of Blue in a North London of either Red or White.

Favourite player is hard – it always was Joe Royle, then Alan Whittle, then Colin Harvey, Duncan McKenzie, then the entire team of ’85 morphed as one super player, then latterly players like Duncan Ferguson, Tony Hibbert, Mikel Arteta, Tim Cahill, Rooney and bang up to date, it has to be Jags. Or Stones. Or Seamus. Or Ginger Jim McCarthy the best Scottish Irishman I know. Or Ross Barkley. Or Lukaku. Or Tim Howard. Or whoever will be the next big player off the Academy production line.

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Twitter: @RossCrombie


Peter Creer – Transfer rumours and gossip


I am a testament to the fact that Evertonians are born. My first matches were spent sitting on one of the crush bars in the Gladwys Street end watching the Holy Trinity weaving their magic on their way to the league championship in 1970. After moving to Canada it was hard to stay connected but the popularity of the game has increased and the internet now allows me to see every game live and keep up with all things Everton.

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Twitter: @1878gossip


Ryan Beeley – Columnist


I was born an Evertonian. My earliest memory as a Blue is when my dad took me as a 5 year old to see the open top bus parade following the 1995 FA Cup win, complete with my own blue nose, and I’ve been hooked ever since. Evertonians as a set of fans are often described as bitter and twisted by them lot across the park, and I would say that pretty much sums me up!

My all time favourite Everton player is Tim Cahill, not just because of the goals he scored but because he understood what it meant to wear the shirt.

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Twitter: @RyanBeeley


Christopher Sillett – Injury updates and columnist


I am 31 years old, I live in Maghull, Merseyside and have been an Evertonian for most of my life.  The first match I attended was in March 1993 vs Nottingham Forest, Everton won 3-0.  My first Everton hero was Tony Cottee but overall I would say Mikel Arteta was my favourite.

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Paul Cook – Columnist


When you say that Evertonians are born and not manufactured I often think its a good job they are otherwise Goodison would be a pretty empty place. Despite the bitter sweet there are few moments that can compare to 3pm on a sunny Saturday and the thrill I get when I hear the Z-Cars theme music. Its then that I know I am blue and always will be.

First match Manchester United v Everton 1976 league cup
Favourite player of course Andy King RIP

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Twitter: @CookiesComment



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