Despite a sense of pride at three different Everton players representing England in recent internationals, I have little interest in the success or failure of the national team. This is a feeling that has developed over a number of years but has manifested through a disdain for anything connected to "Liverpool Football Club" and the … Continue reading Why my dislike for Liverpool has driven me away from England
The Premier League is back after the international break, with Everton entertaining Hull City in a traditional 3pm Saturday afternoon kick-off at Goodison Park. Both teams have made a strong start to the season and will enter the game in good spirits and optimistic of securing something from the game. For Everton, that ambition will … Continue reading Everton take on Hull on the anniversary of that Rooney goal
Wayne Rooney, potentially the greatest footballer ever to play in the Blue of Everton, is, if press reports are true, available for transfer. Is now the time for Rooney to return to Everton and fulfill the massive promise he demonstrated as a 16 and 17-year-old before he controversially moved to Manchester United in the summer … Continue reading Time for Rooney to come home?
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
Following Wayne Rooney's omission from the Manchester United starting eleven for the Champions League match against Real Madrid, every man and his dog have weighed in with their opinion on the Scouse born striker. We thought we would throw our two-penneth in to the mix for what it's worth. When Rooney burst onto the scene … Continue reading Time for Rooney to come home?
With several players away on international duty we have turned to FATV for our latest best of the web feature. This video posted on the FA's YouTube channel features ex Everton striker Wayne Rooney interviewing Everton duo Leon Osman and Leighton Baines as the players travel down to London on the train. http://youtu.be/nPFpFg6hk_8