Top 10 (Everton-Liverpool) Merseyside Derby goals – Part 1

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

Should Everton re-sign Tim Cahill

With the MLS season in America approaching the winter shut down period a number of the league's high profile players are looking for a temporary transfer to some of Europe's biggest leagues. One player who is desperate to maintain his fitness and form ahead of the summer's World Cup in Brazil is Everton hero Tim … Continue reading Should Everton re-sign Tim Cahill

Blue Weekly: Reflections on the Martinez era

International weeks allow time for reflection and with Everton under new management it has provided the perfect opportunity to look back at the first 7 league matches of the Roberto Martinez reign. Expectations have undoubtedly grown, with the style and approach to football incredibly refreshing. The first three games brought a slight disappointment, with three … Continue reading Blue Weekly: Reflections on the Martinez era

Tim Cahill to be finally rewarded for successful career?

Like many Evertonians, I will always remember Tim Cahill with great fondness. A true Evertonian who embraced everything about the football club the moment he signed from Millwall. A true competitor, Cahill relished Everton’s status as the underdog, fighting against Sky’s established order to re-ignite a proud historic football team and regain their place amongst … Continue reading Tim Cahill to be finally rewarded for successful career?

Barkley can be the star of Roberto’s Everton

The Roberto Martinez Goodison revolution has been gathering pace throughout the summer, with a genuine feel good factor providing a belief that the fabulous team established by David Moyes will develop and improve under the skilful leadership of the new Spanish manager. Martinez has already spoken about the importance of youth and while the signing … Continue reading Barkley can be the star of Roberto’s Everton

Everton Stars and Stripes – are the Blues one of the big clubs

As Everton prepare to take on Real Madrid, Juventus and the giants of Milan in this summer’s prestigious International Champions Cup, we have spoken to a group of USA based Evertonians in Boston, Massachusetts to find out whether Everton are considered a big draw in the States. Boston Evertonians are an Everton Supporters group based … Continue reading Everton Stars and Stripes – are the Blues one of the big clubs

Loss of Nil Satis a step to far

I have taken a few days to consider my views since the official confirmation from the club that the Everton badge will undertake its biggest evolution since its original conception in 1938. I have watched the video's, listened to the arguments for and against change and studied the design brief to fully understand the position … Continue reading Loss of Nil Satis a step to far

Evertonians remind Moyes that “we are by far the greatest team”

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”

Moyes’ best 11

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