West Brom vs Everton – Match Preview

It feels like along wait since the Blues were last in action, but Everton travel to West Brom buoyed by the weekends results, with only Tottenham winning out of the other main challenges for fourth spot. With Liverpool slipping up at home and Manchester United receiving a lesson from Mourinho's Chelsea, Everton know three points … Continue reading West Brom vs Everton – Match Preview

Victor Anichebe – The King of Europe

Last week Victor Anichebe completed a late deadline day move to West Brom and in doing so ended 15 years at Everton, the club he called his own. Although born in Lagos, Nigeria, Anichebe was raised on Merseyside and joined Everton aged 10. He developed through the youth system and made his first team debut … Continue reading Victor Anichebe – The King of Europe

Dramatic day ends in sadness and delight

Everton certainly don't do quiet deadline days, whether it be failed bids, last minute exits or dramatic signings, it is hard to remember a transfer deadline day when Everton haven't been heavily involved. Yesterday was no exception. Three signings, two exits and a failed bid for a Brazilian Octopus. Yet the best bit of business … Continue reading Dramatic day ends in sadness and delight

Big Vic dances the Samba

Everton 2-0 QPR Everton maintained the pressure on the three London teams above them in the table, with a measured 2-0 win over Championship bound QPR and it was Victor Anichebe who was the darling of the Goodison crowd yet again, with another performance of power, hardwork and a this time, a goal-scoring touch. This win … Continue reading Big Vic dances the Samba

Proud Blues continue the European push

Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Everton Everton produced a fantastic performance and were within minutes of securing a vital away win over Tottenham Hotspur, but ultimately were forced to settle for a point as the Champions League eliminator ended in stalemate. All the talk pre-match was of the players missing through injury and suspension, yet Everton and … Continue reading Proud Blues continue the European push

Players say sorry in the best way possible

Everton 2-0 Manchester City From the ridiculous to the sublime, 8 days in the history of Everton Football Club. Resounding defeat against lowly Wigan followed a week later, with outstanding victory over the Champions of England. Last week the players, management and board of directors felt the full wrath of the Evertonians and the National Press. … Continue reading Players say sorry in the best way possible

Drawing like it’s 1990, but Wembley feels close again

Oldham Athletic 2-2 Everton Just like in 1990 Everton looked set to progress to the Quarter Finals of the FA Cup only to be pegged back by Oldham, as a last gasp goal consigned Everton to a replay at Goodison Park. If David Moyes wants to see progress both on and off the field before … Continue reading Drawing like it’s 1990, but Wembley feels close again