Fan article: Why Kenwright and Co are doing a good job for EFC

Where to start with this article! I think firstly it is important to clarify that I firmly believe in the clubs motto of “Nothing but the best is good enough” and that the club should be doing everything possible to regain its place back amongst the leading teams in England. 20 years without a trophy … Continue reading Fan article: Why Kenwright and Co are doing a good job for EFC

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Petty propaganda a threat to anti-board campaign

The Everton board of directors have dominated the Twittersphere during the summer break and with feelings running high the owners of our great club are unlikely to be let off the hook anytime soon. This article isn’t however going to focus on the rights or wrongs of the current board (that is to come in … Continue reading Petty propaganda a threat to anti-board campaign

The Recurring Issue – We need a goal scorer!!!

Previous contributor, Harry Hamling is back with his views on the Everton goal scoring crisis that is threatening to derail a promising season. Do you agree with Harry's view or do you remain hopeful that Roberto and Bill have a long-term plan in mind to return the Blues to past glories? In recent games for … Continue reading The Recurring Issue – We need a goal scorer!!!

New Baines and Barkley contracts signal Everton’s intent

By agreeing contract extensions with Leighton Baines and Ross Barkley, Everton have provided the biggest hint of the growing ambition within the club. After years of selling their better players, the Blues have fought off the persistent attention of Manchester United to retain the services of Leighton Baines and in securing the long-term future of … Continue reading New Baines and Barkley contracts signal Everton’s intent

Would you really want a big money takeover at Everton?

The title sounded crazy even to me when I first wrote it. Imagine having the resources to contend with Manchester United and alike for just about every highly rated Spanish or Italian superstar. Or maybe planning the construction of super high-tech stadium and naming it “Dixie”. After all just look at all those success stories … Continue reading Would you really want a big money takeover at Everton?

Can the EGM unite Everton Football Club?

At 6pm today (Wednesday 26 June 2013), the first General Meeting of Everton Football Club Company Ltd for 5 years will take place at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. The Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) was called after the Everton Shareholders Association received the required support in its petition to request the reinstatement of  Annual General Meetings, … Continue reading Can the EGM unite Everton Football Club?

Should we have appointed from within?

For the first time in over a decade Everton had a managerial vacancy, and for the first time in memory, non of the genuine candidates had any previous connection to the Blues. We all now know that Bill Kenwright interviewed Alan Stubbs, David Weir and Phil Neville in relation to the managers position, but in … Continue reading Should we have appointed from within?

I’ll get you in the Champions League

Roberto Martinez has started his reign as manager of Everton with a promise to get Everton in the Champions League. At a packed press conference, new Everton manager, Roberto Martinez has spoken about his ambition to build on the years of progress under David Moyes. Bill Kenwright promised funds for Martinez to build on the … Continue reading I’ll get you in the Champions League

Roberto is the man, but is he that different to Moyes?

Following David Moyes’ sudden decision to move to Manchester United, it always promised to be a traumatic summer, but no one expected so much change and distress in the first three weeks of the close season. Changes to the badge, an incredibly exciting pre-season tour to the States, and a thorough, but inevitably drawn out … Continue reading Roberto is the man, but is he that different to Moyes?

Moyes: Show me the money

David Moyes has yet again used his pre match press conference to reiterate his stance over his ongoing contract negotiations. It would appear the sticking point is around the level of transfer funds for next season. Previously Moyes had indicated talks were on hold until the end of the season, however prior to the Stoke … Continue reading Moyes: Show me the money