Obstructed View – Reflections on Chelsea (H)

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)

Obstructed View – Arsenal (H)

A view of this game 'partially' obscured by 1640 miles and a hop, skip and a jump over the channel, an erratic and probably illegal live feed, and the dulcet tones of a TalkSport tune-in app live commentary that frequently froze, made a refreshing change from my normal pillar getting in the way in the … Continue reading Obstructed View – Arsenal (H)

Obstructed View – Leicester (A)

I don't look at other fan's reactions to their team's trials and tribulations on twitter, but if there is a set of fans that makes a draw seem like the Dawning of the Apocalypse like Everton's then I'd be very surprised. And probably made worse by a lad scoring for Spurs in the last minute … Continue reading Obstructed View – Leicester (A)

Everton 3-0 Arsenal

Everton were at their brilliant best as they beat Arsenal 3-0 to record a sixth successive league win and in the process move one point behind the Gunners in the race for the final Champions League place. This resilient and at times brilliant performance will have made Arsene Wenger and the rest of the Premier … Continue reading Everton 3-0 Arsenal

Obstructed View – Reflections on the Fulham (A) Game

The sun shone, the t shirts got an airing, the barbecues came out, and a lazy Sunday afternoon ambling around by the Thames relaxed everyone. Anyway, enough of Everton, what did I get up to? In truth, the first half only lacked our back 6 torching a few burgers to resemble a lazy and lethargic … Continue reading Obstructed View – Reflections on the Fulham (A) Game

Fulham 1-3 Everton – Match Report

Three Everton substitutes inspired the Blues to a second half victory over Fulham to move within 4 points of Arsenal in the final Champions League place. After a tepid first half the Blues came to life after the break to brush aside Fulham and record their fifth straight league win. Everton produced the clearest indication … Continue reading Fulham 1-3 Everton – Match Report

Chelsea vs Everton – Match Preview

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 3-1 Swansea – FA Cup Player Ratings

St Dom-index Player Ratings for the Everton vs Swansea game on Sunday 16th February 2014. Alex is back with his player ratings from Sunday's FA Cup 5th Round tie with Swansea City. The Blues eventually overcame the Swans, but it is a performance that has divided opinion among Evertonians. Do you agree with Alex, or did … Continue reading Everton 3-1 Swansea – FA Cup Player Ratings

Obstructed View – Reflections on the Swansea FA Cup Tie

We were awful. Roberto Martinez has the admirable quality that I wish I could have - an ability to see positives from almost any performance. I believe I'm more of a glass-half-full than a glass-half-empty kind of guy, but I'm afraid I left Goodison Park after the Swansea game thinking what-might-have-been was actually a might-have-been … Continue reading Obstructed View – Reflections on the Swansea FA Cup Tie

Stevenage 0-4 Everton – Player Ratings

Prior to last nights abysmal performance at Anfield, our regular columnist Alex Jones delivered his player ratings for the Stevenage match in the FA Cup. St Dom-index Player Ratings for the Stevenage vs Everton game on Saturday 25th January 2014. Joel Robles – 8 Had a quiet game but made a very good save within the first few … Continue reading Stevenage 0-4 Everton – Player Ratings