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Archives: Everton

Phil Neville to Appear on The 2 Robbies Show at 5pm ET Today

Posted on by Alex Muller
phil-neville

Today’s episode of The 2 Robbies Football Show features former England and Everton footballer Phil Neville. Listen live to The 2 Robbies Football Show beginning at 5pm ET on www.NBCSportsRadio.com (or via the player below). Both Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe … Continue reading

Roberto Martinez Looking On the Bright Side at Everton

Posted on by PA Sport
roberto-martinez

Everton boss Roberto Martinez feels his side need to "sharpen up" but insists there should not be too negative a view taken of how they have been faring recently. Martinez was disappointed the Toffees were held to a 1-1 Barclays … Continue reading

Why It’s Time For Everton To Replace Tim Howard According to an Evertonian

Posted on by Matt Jones
Howard

Tim Howard was thrust into stratospheric standing amongst Americans with his heroic performances at the World Cup. Lauded by all, branded as the “Secretary of Defense,” indulging in nonchalant phone calls with the President and co-commentating Premier League games for NBCSN; … Continue reading

Tottenham vs Everton: Starting Lineups, TV Times and Open Thread

Posted on by Alex Muller
spurs-programme

It’s been almost two months since Tottenham Hotspur has won a league match at White Hart Lane, so today will be a big test of whether the Spurs supporters will be on the back of the Tottenham players and how … Continue reading

Key Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 12

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
lee mason

Jack Wilshere was lucky to escape a red card, let alone a yellow on Saturday against Manchester United at the weekend. The midfielder fouled Marouane Fellaini, then showed dissent towards Mike Dean, in an aggressive manner, which warranted a yellow … Continue reading

Timeless Samuel Eto’o Already Proving His Immense Worth To Everton 

Posted on by Matt Jones
Burnley v Everton Premier League

Signing players in the twilight of their career who have sampled illustrious glories always comes with a measure of risk. Having achieved all of their major ambitions, does the desire still linger? Do they still have the class to cut … Continue reading

Scotland vs. England: Focus On Steven Naismith Caps A Remarkable Rise For Everton Man

Posted on by Matt Jones
Naismith

Rewind 12 months and there are few who will have branded Steven Naismith as a key man for neither club nor country. But on the cusp of Scotland’s friendly clash with England—a match that is ”more than a friendly” as … Continue reading

Best and the Worst Premier League Shirt Designs of 2014/15 Season

Posted on by Marshall Norbal
premier-league-kits

Like it or loathe it, soccer teams are into the fashion of changing kits every season — even third shirts, which 75% of the teams in the Premier League currently wear and sell. In today’s world of instant social media and commercialization it’s just … Continue reading

The Fascinating Story of Everton Legend Sandy Young

Posted on by Thariq Amir
sandy young

Scottish strikers have featured heavily in Everton’s history. Graeme Sharp, Andy Gray and Duncan Ferguson have all been heroes on the pitch for the Toffees. Steven Naismith has been impressive this season for Roberto Martinez’s side, though not quite reaching … Continue reading

Key Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 11

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
mike dean

The evening game on Saturday between Queens Park Rangers and Manchester City brought one of the most bizarre incidents of the season so far. City were awarded a free kick inside their own penalty area. The man in the middle, … Continue reading

Assuming Chelsea Are Champions, It’s a Riveting Race for Positions 2-20 in the Premier League

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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It’s a foregone conclusion that Chelsea will win the 2014/15 Premier League title. If you’re a Chelsea supporter, you may disagree partly because you don’t want the team to be jinxed or you don’t want complacency to settle in. However, in … Continue reading

Latest Premier League Odds On Who’ll Win the League and Finish in Top 4

Posted on by Chris McFarland
premier-league-odds

For the 2014/15 Premier League season, based on the relative ELO rankings, the simulations indicated an easy top four finish for Manchester City, Chelsea, and Liverpool. There was a four way scramble for fourth, with Arsenal having the edge. Manchester … Continue reading

Facts And Stats: A Look At The First 10 Gameweeks Of The 2014/15 EPL Season

Posted on by Julian Delicata
Chelsea

The 2014/2015 football season in England is already 10 gameweeks old with ups and downs aplenty. Southampton have unquestionably been the surprise package thus far while the promoted trio all struggling to settle in the top flight. Louis van Gaal’s … Continue reading

Everton Continue To Impress In Europe, As James McCarthy and Romelu Lukaku Shine

Posted on by Matt Jones
EFC Europe

The current campaign was always going to be a season of firsts for Everton. For Roberto Martinez, that was the case on a number of fronts, with the Catalonian having to deal with European football and all the accompanying connotations … Continue reading

Key Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 10

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
Manchester City v Arsenal - FA Community Shield

The biggest game of the weekend was of course the Manchester derby. Michael Oliver had a tough game and could have awarded three penalties in addition to Chris Smalling’s sending off, which was ridiculous. After being booked for blocking Joe … Continue reading

Twitter Takeover: Matt Jones Will Answer Your Soccer Questions on Wednesday at 6pm ET

Posted on by Christopher Harris
Matt Jones Takeover

World Soccer Talk writer Matt Jones will be taking over the @worldsoccertalk Twitter account on Wednesday, October 29 beginning at 6pm ET to answer questions from you, the readers about any soccer topic you’re interested in. Matt has been writing … Continue reading

Top 10 Highest Scoring Soccer Clubs in English Top Flight History

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
top-ten

The graph below shows the ten clubs who have amassed the most goals in the history of English football’s top division, ranging from the pre-Premier League era (First Division) right through to the present day. Rather surprisingly, particularly to those of … Continue reading

Dixie Dean’s Record Still Stands Even After Cristiano Ronaldo’s Remarkable Goalscoring Achievements

Posted on by Matt Jones
Dixie Dean

Cristiano Ronaldo will rock up on Merseyside this week boasting a phenomenal strike rate for the 2013/14 season. The Portuguese sensation has 17 goals in nine appearances in domestic and European competition at the time of writing, and such is … Continue reading