I'm not really sure where to go with this article. A lot has been said already in the media and among our own fans, so it's quite hard to come up with a novel angle for the nightmare that was Everton 3 (and I wish I could just stop there, but....) Chelsea 6. Let's see … Continue reading Obstructed View – Reflections on Chelsea (H)
The pending signing of Samuel Eto'o has certainly divided opinion among the supporter base, but what is for certain, Everton are on the verge of signing one of the great Centre Forwards of the last decade. Quick and powerful, with a wonderful eye for goal, Eto'o has enjoyed a golden career, with success both at … Continue reading Eto’o will improve Everton
St Dom-index Player Ratings for the Chelsea vs Everton game on Saturday 22nd February 2014. Despite playing incredibly well for the majority of the game, Everton left Stamford Bridge empty-handed after a late goal, credited to Frank Lampard, ensured the Blues went unrewarded for a second Premier League match running. Our regular player rating column is … Continue reading Chelsea 1-0 Everton – Player Ratings
It is a measure of how far we have come this season that the rapture of the Chelsea players, management and fans at their last gasp goal was as much because they knew they'd stolen the 3 points as keeping their title tilt on track. Every now and then you saw Chelsea at their best, … Continue reading Obstructed View – Reflections on the Chelsea (A) Game
The Blues kick off the weekends Premier League action with a Saturday lunch time trip to the capital to take on Jose Mourinho's Chelsea. The Londoners currently occupy top spot in the table but Roberto Martinez will ensure his Everton team travel without fear as they look to use last weekends FA Cup win over … Continue reading Chelsea vs Everton – Match Preview
Everton's move to sign Monaco striker Lacina Traore on loan for the remainder of the season, which subject to a successful work permit application, is expected to be completed on Monday, is a further indication that Roberto Martinez is choosing to stockpile his financial resources in preparation for a summer transfer raid for Romelu Lukaku … Continue reading Roberto is saving his money to buy Lukaku
The 1980's was the most successful decade in the history of Everton Football Club. Our series looks back at this day 28 years previously and focuses on the fortunes of Howard Kendall's Everton as they looked to defend the First Division title they had won the previous season. Everton 1-2 Chelsea - Milk Cup Fourth … Continue reading Everton in the 80’s – Everton dumped out of the cup!!!
In an interview to be televised on the BBC's Football Focus on Saturday lunch time, Romelu Lukaku has indicated a willingness to remain at Everton next season should the club be successful in the pursuit of Champions League football for next season. The Chelsea man has been a huge success at Everton, scoring twice against … Continue reading Lukaku: Champions League and I’ll stay at Everton
Our Everton in the 80's series continues with a look back at the dramatic 1985 League Cup 4th Round tie between Everton and Chelsea. Everton travelled to Stamford Bridge as favourites but after Kevin Sheedy was sent off inside the first half, Howard Kendall's men were left to battle for a draw and a replay … Continue reading Everton in the 80s – 10 man Everton hold Chelsea to a draw
With a quarter of the season gone, the feel good factor is certainly in full swing at Goodison Park and one of the key contributors to this has been none other than our on loan Belgian star Romelu Lukaku. With 5 goals so far, he is already well on the way to becoming one of … Continue reading How do you replace a man like Lukaku?