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Archives: Everton

Experiencing Premier League Matches In Person During the Christmas Holidays: The Heart Of English Football

Posted on by Matt Jones
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A winter break? Say it aint so. The festive period is without doubt my favorite part of the English football calendar. Games come thick and fast, the third round of the FA Cup is on the horizon and it’s the … Continue reading

Everton Is The Perfect Place For Ross Barkley To Realize His Enormous Potential

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Bet you can guess what the most requested haircut will be in Merseyside this festive period: “Just shave it all off, lad.” This stems, of course, from Everton’s skin-headed assassin Ross Barkley and his marvelous showing that helped fire Everton … Continue reading

James McCarthy’s Return Will Help Everton To A Fruitful Festive Period

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Flying high in the table and cutting teams to ribbons with vibrant, offensive play, there has naturally been a lot of chatter about Everton this season. A section of it has been a little negative – perhaps born out of … Continue reading

Experiencing the Thrilling Ride of Everton’s Last 2 Weeks: The Heart Of English Football

Posted on by Matt Jones
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What a week. It’s been a while since I last wrote about Everton, so let me fill you in on a wonderful few days for supporters of the club. I’d just about calmed down ahead of the home game against … Continue reading

The Merseyside Derby Experience: The Heart Of English Football

Posted on by Matt Jones
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The Merseyside Derby is a unique fixture. Granted, the ‘friendly derby’ tag is a little tired and not wholly accurate in the modern game. But supporters of Everton and Liverpool are a lot more accommodating and accepting of each other … Continue reading

Everton vs Liverpool Preview: Roberto Martinez Must Set A Positive Precedent In Maiden Merseyside Derby

Posted on by Matt Jones
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As far as first impressions go, Roberto Martinez has made a pretty decent one at Everton. He is a amicable, studious and progressive manager. And these are all traits which have shone through in his early days at Goodison Park. … Continue reading

Gerard Deulofeu Can Give Everton Merseyside Derby X-Factor

Posted on by Matt Jones
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For so many years, Everton supporters have learned to fear the name ‘Gerrard’ in the build up to the Merseyside derby. But on the brink of the 221st meeting between the two sides, there is a name that might strike … Continue reading

In the Case of Hugo Lloris, Temporary Substitutes Can Prevent Playing Through Head Injuries

Posted on by Lee Bosch
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Controversy over concussions has taken flight recently over the collision between Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and Everton’s Romelu Lukaku on Sunday. Lloris, who suffered the injury in the 78th minute, continued through the nine added minutes for injury time and … Continue reading

The Experience Of Going to a Home Match at Everton’s Goodison Park: The Heart of English Football

Posted on by Matt Jones
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I still get those butterflies when I wake up on a match day. I remember going to my first ever game about twenty years ago and being gripped with anticipation and excitement. That feeling has never changed as I’ve grown … Continue reading

Watch the 5 Goals Scored By Goalkeepers in the Premier League From 2001-2013 [VIDEO]

Posted on by Hussein Jiva
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In the past 13 years, roughly 0.38 goals per year have been scored by goalkeepers in the Premier League. So when a goalkeeper does score, it’s such a rare treat that it’s something you want to embrace and watch over … Continue reading

Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League Gameweek 10: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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In the United States, the clocks went back one hour this morning so today’s early morning Sunday kickoff is back at its usual time of 8:30am ET. And the match to kick off today’s British football festivities should be a … Continue reading

Premier League Away Day Experience At Villa Park: The Heart Of English Football

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Villa Park is one of my favorite grounds in England. It’s what you’d call a proper stadium; home to an established club and accompanied by a set of knowledgeable, passionate supporters. The home of Aston Villa has preserved so much … Continue reading

Discover Which Premier League Clubs Have Played The Most English Footballers This Season [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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A revealing infographic has been published today that shows, out of the footballers who have played so far this season in the Premier League, what percentage of them are English. Surprisingly, the team that’s playing the most number of English … Continue reading

Where the Goals Are Coming From In the Premier League: A Team-By-Team Analysis

Posted on by Bo McMillan
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The international break means no Premier League matches until Saturday. Some welcome the break, some loath it. Either way, we can all agree that it’s way too long to go without seeing our favorite clubs play. We don’t have to … Continue reading

Leighton Baines Must Take His Chance And Show Why He’s England’s Best Left-Back

Posted on by Matt Jones
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When the news broke that Ashley Cole was out of England’s crucial game against Montenegro and possibly the team’s next fixture against Poland, the hyperbole that usually accompanies the withdrawal of a key England player was unnervingly absent. It wasn’t … Continue reading

Romelu Lukaku: “I Want to Score More Goals Than The Strikers of Chelsea”

Posted on by Alex Baker
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Last week, when queried about Romelu Lukaku’s success on loan to Everton this season, Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho replied, “It is one thing to play for Everton, another to play for Chelsea.” But surely a goal against Manchester City is … Continue reading

The Premier League Away Day Experience: The Heart Of English Football

Posted on by Matt Jones
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For me, away days are the best thing about being an English football supporter. They encapsulate and preserve everything that is brilliant about the game: The passion and commitment of supporters traveling to watch their team. The elation when you … Continue reading

Evaluating the Performance of Premier League Teams So Far This Season

Posted on by Bo McMillan
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There’s something special about the time just before the Premier League table begins to settle. Clubs that will eventually end up in the Championship next season can be near the top of the table, and for an instant, just an … Continue reading