In the first part of his exclusive interview with Everton TV, Roberto Martinez revealed he is keen for Phil Neville to remain at Everton in a coaching capacity. However, with David Moyes also chasing his signature at Manchester United, what would it take to convince Neville that his future continues to lie at Goodison Park? … Continue reading Neville to be Martinez’ number 2?
As the song goes "he's got more medals than Steve Gerrard". Phil Neville confirmed over the weekend that his illustrious playing career was at an end after 692 games, 59 England caps, 6 Premier League titles, 3 FA Cups and 1 Champions League. He may have enjoyed tremendous success at his first club, Manchester United, … Continue reading Phil Neville, Superstar
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?
Everton 2-0 West Ham United On the pitch Everton eased to a two-nil win over West Ham, a scoreline that failed to reflect the Blues' supremacy, but it was off the pitch where the headlines were written as David Moyes, Phil Neville and the returning Tim Cahill all said their Goodison goodbyes. We may not … Continue reading Evertonians remind Moyes that “we are by far the greatest team”
After weeks of rumours, Phil Neville has announced that he is to leave Everton at the end of the season. The 36 year old has influenced Everton considerably since arriving from Manchester United, embedding a professionalism throughout the club and ensuring all players recognise the importance of wearing the Royal Blue shirt. Not immediately popular because of his links … Continue reading Fizzer to sign off at the end of the season
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
Everton host Manchester City in front of the Sky cameras on Saturday lunchtime with Evertonians across the globe demanding a response from the beleaguered players. The manager, players and supporters know that last weeks performance was far from acceptable and although expectations have lowered as a result, Everton need to respond with a showing of … Continue reading Response demanded
Saturday's match day programme has been released and the clubs publication offers an insight into the feelings of both manager and players in the aftermath of last weeks catastrophic defeat to Wigan.David MoyesIt has been a tough week for us all and today we get a chance to try and put right a little bit … Continue reading Moyesie and the Skipper offer up an apology
Phil Neville has become the first Everton player to break rank and speak openly about the disastrous performance in the Weekends FA Cup defeat to Wigan Athletic. In an interview for Sky Sports, Neville remains determined that the players will respond and look to deliver European football next season. If that is to be achieved the Blues … Continue reading Neville embarrassed by his performance
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