Everton in the 80's Welcome to our new regular feature tracking Everton in the 1980s. Our latest contributor is Daniel Wood, author of the @Footballint80s Twitter account. Daniel will be posting regular updates from this day in history starting from 11th November 1985. This retro look at Everton and 80s football in general is sure … Continue reading Everton in the 80s – Everton 6-1 Arsenal
Mikel Arteta was reunited with former Everton colleagues Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka today with England training alongside Arsenal at the North London clubs training headquarters, London Colney. It completed a busy few days for Arteta, who was also re-united with Tim Cahill over the weekend. Arteta looked delighted to be back with his former … Continue reading Arteta back with the Blues
Will Martinez make a difference or is it difficult to win whoever is in charge? The game against Manchester City last weekend posed one of the more difficult away tests faced during the Premier League calendar. As the season slowly edges towards Christmas, a look at the winter fixture list shows that Everton face a … Continue reading Can Everton overcome their inability to win away at the ‘big four’?
With less than two weeks to the end of the transfer window and with Manchester United, or anyone else for that matter, yet to make a sensible bid for Marouane Fellaini, is it now too late for Everton to consider a sale of one of their prized assets? Looking back at other last minute departures, … Continue reading Is it too late to sell Fellaini?
The 6ft 4 midfielder has been with the Blues for 5 years now, and has become a fans favourite. The ‘I want curly hair too…’ chant is evidence of the impact he has made on the fans with his ‘win at all costs’ style of play. It took Marouane a while to adjust to life … Continue reading Fellaini: Will he be with us next season?
Roberto Martinez has wasted little time at all in getting down to work as he looks to mould his Everton team ready for a push at the Premier Leagues top four. It promises to be a busy summer for Everton’s new manager and he gave one or two clues in his press conference and subsequent … Continue reading Baines, Fellaini and Transfer targets, it’s straight to work for Martinez
Arsenal 0-0 Everton Everton were unable to get the win that would have brought three precious points, but they enhanced their reputation against one of England's premier teams, going toe to toe for 90 minutes in an enthralling Premier League encounter. Everton approached the fixture in a positive manner and this was echoed in David … Continue reading Barkley impresses as proud Blues maintain European fight
With the season drawing to a close the games are coming thick and fast as the chase for Champions League football hots up. Everton travel to Arsenal on Tuesday night, looking to turn up the heat on the teams above them and a win for the Blues would close the gap to 1 point between … Continue reading Blues travel to the Emirates in search of Gold
Stop everything right now, Four Four Two have spoken and Everton are going to finish 4th!!! Not Tottenham, nor Arsenal, but Everton will win the battle for the coveted 4th spot and a place in next season's Champions League. It is not going to be easy mind you, and we are in for a nail bitter on the final day … Continue reading Don’t worry, we are going to finish 4th!!!
Legend has it, that you will find a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. On Saturday afternoon, with Everton producing a spirited performance against Manchester City, a rainbow formed in the sky above Goodison Park, ending in the middle of the Goodison pitch. Although there was no direct evidence of a pot … Continue reading Gold at the end of the Rainbow – European chase is back on