Obstructed View – Reflections on the Hull (A) Game

There was no obvious sign of sun tan lotion being applied, or flip flops being warn, at least not by the men in Blue on Sunday. Hull, after all, have more immediate concerns having secured their survival, one FA Cup Final next weekend. I thought the stand outs for me against Hull were three - … Continue reading Obstructed View – Reflections on the Hull (A) Game

Jelavic thanks Evertonians with open letter

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the Everton fans from the bottom of my heart for their support during my time at Goodison. They gave me their backing from day one and never stopped believing in me, which is something I will always remember. To score on my full debut in that memorable … Continue reading Jelavic thanks Evertonians with open letter

Jelavic is off to Hull

Nikica Jelavic is on the verge of moving to Hull City after Everton agreed a fee, believed to be £5.5m possibly raising to £7m with the Humbersiders. Jelavic is expected to travel to Hull to hold talks with Steve Bruce over the weekend and will no longer be part of the Everton squad that takes … Continue reading Jelavic is off to Hull

Everton 2-1 Hull City – Everton prove there is substance to go with style

Saturday was retro day at Goodison but with constant reminders of halcyon days gone bye it was one of the new boys who grabbed the man of the match prize. James McCarthy was everywhere and is rapidly proving excellent value for money, even with his £13m price tag. The Irish international mixed the finesse demanded … Continue reading Everton 2-1 Hull City – Everton prove there is substance to go with style

Blue Weekly – Everton end the international break with three precious points

It was a mixed international week for Everton, with the positivity generated by a record number of Blues progressing to the summers World Cup Finals, dampened by the news that Darron Gibson had suffered a devastating knee ligament injury that will in all likelihood keep him out of the Everton team for the rest of … Continue reading Blue Weekly – Everton end the international break with three precious points

Blue Match Review: Everton 2-1 Hull City

St Dom-index Tim Howard-7 Seamus Coleman-7 Sylvain Distin-6 Phil Jagielka-7.5 Leighton Baines-6.5 Kevin Mirallas-7.5 James McCarthy-8.5 Leon Osman-7 Ross Barkley-6.5 Gareth Barry-7 Romelu Lukaku-7 Used Subs Steven Naismith- N/A Steven Pienaar-7.5 Arouna Kone-5.5 Blue Match Review Another win, however unconvincing it may have been a win is a win, and we are slowly getting our … Continue reading Blue Match Review: Everton 2-1 Hull City

Obstructed View – Reflections on the Hull game

I have to say that after today, I would happily sit somewhere even more obstructed than where I was in the Upper Gwladys. The guy behind me (yes you in UG, K165) was unrelenting in his downbeat and negative perspective, an opinion that didn't even reach the heights of glass half empty, probably because he … Continue reading Obstructed View – Reflections on the Hull game

Everton take on Hull on the anniversary of that Rooney goal

The Premier League is back after the international break, with Everton entertaining Hull City in a traditional 3pm Saturday afternoon kick-off at Goodison Park. Both teams have made a strong start to the season and will enter the game in good spirits and optimistic of securing something from the game. For Everton, that ambition will … Continue reading Everton take on Hull on the anniversary of that Rooney goal