How Kendall built his Champions

The great Everton team of the 1980's was sensational, built by legendary manager Howard Kendall, they went on to the most successful side in the history of the club. In his recently published autobiography, Kendall described how he built his all-conquering team, transforming left wingers to right backs and extended the careers of hugely influential … Continue reading How Kendall built his Champions

Everton 5-0 Nottingham Forest

Our look back to the 1984-85 season continues with a demolition of Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest. As the season approached December, Everton were many people's favourites to win the title, although Tottenham and Manchester United were putting significant pressure on the Blues at the top of the table, and despite enduring a difficult start to … Continue reading Everton 5-0 Nottingham Forest

Everton 3-1 Bayern Munich

We continue our look back at the 1984-85 season with a focus on that year's European campaign. Everton's greatest team of all were marching towards the Division One championship, when they were drawn against German giants Bayern Munich in the semi final of the European Cup Winners Cup. Bayern Munich were considered by many to … Continue reading Everton 3-1 Bayern Munich

Impossible goal sends Everton into the Semi Final

It's Cup week and we have certainly got the fever as the excitement grows ahead of a possible return to Wembley. Everton are 90 minutes away from a return to the Capital, with a win over Wigan on Saturday putting David Moyes' team within touching distance of the cup final. As we enter quarter-final week, … Continue reading Impossible goal sends Everton into the Semi Final