Obstructed View – Reflections on the West Ham (H) Game

Yet another game we dominated in terms of possession, yet another game we threatened not to win because of the lack of a clinical and ruthless edge to our game - or is it just that we don't have the ability in that critical part of the pitch?     No-one can doubt the power … Continue reading Obstructed View – Reflections on the West Ham (H) Game

Everton vs West Ham – Match Preview

It has been a strange week at Goodison Park, but attention turns away from ticket squabbles with Arsenal,the surprise resignation of Alan Myers from his role as Director of Communications and the revelation that loanee striker Lacina Traore is unlikely to play for the club again due to an injury he picked up in the … Continue reading Everton vs West Ham – Match Preview

All you need to know about Everton target Traore

Everton look set to pip West Ham to the loan signing of Monaco centre forward Lacina Traore. The Ivorian had been set to join the Londoners battle against relegation, but a last minute change of heart has put Everton firmly at the front of the cue for his signature. Traore has spent much of his … Continue reading All you need to know about Everton target Traore

The Blue Match Review: The only unbeaten team in the Premier League

St Dom-index Tim Howard - 7 Seamus Coleman - 7 Phil Jagielka - 6.5 Sylvain Distin - 7 Leighton Baines - 10 Kevin Mirallas - 7 Leon Osman - 6 Gareth Barry - 7.5 Steven Naismith - 6 Ross Barkley - 8 Nikica Jelavic - 6 Used subs James McCarthy - 7 Romelu Lukaku - … Continue reading The Blue Match Review: The only unbeaten team in the Premier League

Obstructed View – Reflections on West Ham

My obstructed view this week was not a pillar at the Boleyn Ground, rather a 190 mile distance between Upton Park and Huddersfield where I was at a friend's birthday celebrations, earning myself the title "unsociable git" as I spent a large proportion of the time watching my twitter feed for 2 hours in the … Continue reading Obstructed View – Reflections on West Ham

Brave Martinez rewarded for double change

West Ham United 2-3 Everton Everton produced a brilliant second half performance to overpower West Ham and continue their impressive start to the new Premier League season. Leighton Baines and Romelu Lukaku will rightly grab the headlines, but it was the brave double substitution by Roberto Martinez at half time that transformed the game and … Continue reading Brave Martinez rewarded for double change

Classic Blues: Late Yak goal sends Everton through in the Cup

Our classic blue match report this weeks comes from the Guardian and the 2007 League Cup quarter-final win over West Ham. Everton produced a brilliant performance that left all Evertonians dreaming of Wembley. Everton had already beaten Sheffield Wednesday and Luton on the way to the quarter-final and after Yakubu scored a late winner against … Continue reading Classic Blues: Late Yak goal sends Everton through in the Cup

Match Preview: West Ham vs Everton

Everton travel to West Ham for Saturday’s Premier League clash buoyed by last weekend’s fantastic home win over Chelsea. The win came as a huge relief to Roberto Martinez, as despite dominating each of the three previous Premier League matches, all had ended level. Everton have an excellent record against West Ham, especially at Upton … Continue reading Match Preview: West Ham vs Everton

View from the Opposition: West Ham United

After last weeks fantastic win over Chelsea, the weekend trip to the Capital to take on West Ham cannot come quick enough. Ahead of the fixture we have spoken to West Ham fan Jack Lebeau for his views on the Hammers, Everton, The Premier League and his thoughts on Saturday's game. You can follow Jack … Continue reading View from the Opposition: West Ham United

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”