Ahead of Saturday's Merseyside derby we have looked back through our video archive to bring you our 10 favourite goals from previous encounters between Everton and Liverpool. In part one we have goals from Cahill, Ferguson, Kanchelsis, Cottee and Dacourt. 10. Tim Cahill (Anfield 2008-09) Everton were trailing 1-0 to a Steven Gerrard goal before … Continue reading Top 10 (Everton-Liverpool) Merseyside Derby goals – Part 1
Ahead of Everton's Premier League encounter with Newcastle United on Monday, we have joined forces with Newcastle United blogger Ciaran Donaghy to look back at some of the great players to have played for both Everton and Newcastle. From Bracewell and Sheedy to Beardsley and Ferguson, a number of players have represented both clubs with … Continue reading Legends of Everton and Newcastle
Exactly 8 years have passed since Everton played their one and only home match in the UEFA Champions League. August 9th 2005, a date that could have been the beginning of something great for Everton Football Club. Since the competition was rebranded in 1992, Everton have only qualified for the tournament on one occasion, drawing … Continue reading On this date…Champions League you’re having a laugh
Before I start, it is important to note that personally I have placed all my faith in Martinez, and for those of you who read my first guest article; ‘Martinez: the right man for the job’, you will already know that I rate him very highly. So, the following is not written out of regret … Continue reading He’s got red hair, but we don’t care…thanks Moyesy
For Evertonians of a certain generation, Duncan Ferguson is seen as a cult figure. Signed from Glasgow Rangers in 1994, Duncan Ferguson became an instant hero when he scored against Liverpool in a 2-0 victory over our Merseyside neighbours. We have put together 10 of his greatest games in a two-part series. Everton 2-0 Liverpool … Continue reading Duncan Ferguson – Video Special (Part 1)
For Evertonians of a certain generation, Duncan Ferguson was a shining light, in an otherwise dark era of Everton Football Club. Arriving at the club, with the Blues at a low ebb, Ferguson became an instant hero with his swashbuckling displays and his love for the club. But in a period of history, when Everton … Continue reading Duncan Ferguson – Cult Hero or Legend?
Everton make the short journey to Manchester United on Sunday looking for their first win at Old Trafford for 21 years. After the disappointment of failing to beat Aston Villa last weekend, Everton are in need of three points on their travels. Evertonians will travel with some hope, albeit it limited due to the clubs … Continue reading Trip to Old Trafford in search of three points