Our regular Obstructed View columnist Ross Crombie gives his view on the booing of Mikel Arteta during last weekends win over Arsenal. Keep an eye out over the next couple of days for a pro-Arteta article. This could have been called 'hero to zero' as I reflect on the booing of one-time idol of Goodison, … Continue reading Kiss My Badge, Mikel
For the second game in succession the Blues travel away from home in search of victory at one of English football’s premier teams. Everton, under Roberto Martinez made a giant leap in correcting years of under achievement on Wednesday night, with a crucial three points at Old Trafford and he has again promised to send … Continue reading Arsenal vs Everton – Match Preview
After the disappointment of the Champions League campaign two years previously, which had ended prematurely in agonising defeat to Villarreal, the Evertonians embraced the clubs 2007/8 UEFA cup campaign with great enthusiasm. A hard-core of support had travelled to Kharkiv in the Ukraine to witness a battling 3-2 victory that secured progress into the group stages of the … Continue reading Reliving Nuremberg – The greatest ever away day experience
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
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
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?
March 16th 2013 represented exactly 11 years since David Moyes first took charge of an Everton side. Unfortunately there is significant doubt over whether his tenure will continue beyond this summer, but we thought we would look back over those 11 years and select David Moyes’ best Everton XI. In selecting our chosen side, we … Continue reading Moyes’ best 11