Archives: Everton

Friday Football Special: David Moyes at Home, AVB’s Throat and a Rafa Benitez Song [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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In a week where goal-line technology has finally been embraced, Friday Football Special takes a peek at David Moyes’ home life and inside Everton’s dressing room, they analyse more footballer’s tweets, plus Ray Winstone makes another appearance, and FFS finds … Continue reading

Premier League Clubs Expected to Approve Goal-Line Technology to Begin Use Next Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The Football Association expect the Premier League clubs to approve goal-line technology, with the technology set to be launched in the Premier League beginning with the 2013-14 season. The Premier League clubs meet on Thursday to discuss several agenda items … Continue reading

Everton Captain Phil Neville Will Leave Club At End of Season

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Everton skipper Phil Neville has announced that he will be leaving the club at the end of this season. Neville, who has been at Everton since 2005, will take some time to weigh up his options. It’s quite possible that … Continue reading

Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 32 Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Today’s matches in the Premier League had a little bit of everything — last minute goals, players jumping into crowds, karate kicks and much more. If you missed any of the highlights, or if you want to see them again, here … Continue reading

Which Premier League Clubs Have the Best Attacking Efficiency and Defensive Resiliency? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Which clubs have the best attacking efficiency and best defensive resiliency in the Premier League for the 2012-13 season-to-date? On the basis of attacking efficiency, the research is measured based on the number of shots taken per goal scored. For … Continue reading

Jan Vertonghen and David Moyes Named Player and Manager of Month for March

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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David Moyes and Jan Vertonghen have been named Manager and Player of the Month for March by the Barclays Premier League. After managers and players are awarded the honors, they often experience a dip in form. Previous winners include managers … Continue reading

Everton Will Have to Break 60-Point Barrier to Secure European Qualification, Says Moyes: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Everton manager David Moyes has set a target of reaching 60 points to secure European qualification. Everton currently has eight matches remaining this Premier League season for an opportunity to win 24 points. Everton sit in sixth position with 51 … Continue reading

The Teams With the Average Youngest Age in the Premier League

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Which club has the youngest average age in the Premier League? And vice-versa, which club has the oldest average age? The answers may surprise you. First, the club with the oldest average is the one that sits at the very … Continue reading

Ashley Cole or Leighton Baines. Who Should Start for England at Left Back?

Posted on by Tim Simon
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There aren’t many nations in the world who are blessed with two left backs with the quality of Ashley Cole and Leighton Baines. Both of these left backs have credible cases to be England’s first choice. Chelsea stalwart Cole has … Continue reading

5 Talking Points From Premier League Gameweek 31: The Weekly EPL

Posted on by Sayantan Nandy
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With nine Premier League games being played over the weekend, we bring you the points that made headlines this gameweek. 1. The Managerial Merry-go-round keeps on spinning Roberto Di Matteo, Mark Hughes, Nigel Adkins, Brian McDermott. Martin O’Neill joins the … Continue reading

Premier League Saturday Gameweek 31 Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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It was another action packed day in the Premier League with 22 goals in 8 goals for an average of 2.75 goals per match. Despite the fact that the exciting matches today were sandwiched between a boring early kick-off and … Continue reading

3 of the Most Disappointing Professional Footballing Careers in Recent Memory

Posted on by Tom Gatehouse
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It is a chain of events that happens all to often in soccer. A club agrees a transfer for an attacking player, and fans flock to the Internet to check out the artistic video compilations made specifically by the countless unnamed. The … Continue reading

Premier League Saturday Gameweek 30 Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Despite there being one nil-nil draw in the Premier League today, there were still 14 goals scored in the other five matches played for an average goals per game of 2.33. Compare that to 7 games in MLS today where … Continue reading

Who Would Be In Your Best Premier League XI Currently?

Posted on by Ben Newman
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This was a debate that came up recently, and I was keen to attempt to create my own current Premier League XI thinking that it would be a really easy task. It wasn’t. I will endeavour to support my choices … Continue reading

Why Marouane Fellaini Needs to Leave Everton

Posted on by Anthony Lane
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Marouane Fellaini’s talent and immense potential are being wasted at Everton. The big Belgian midfielder has put himself on the radar of many huge clubs in Europe, most notably Manchester City, Chelsea, and Spurs. Everton is rumored to list his … Continue reading

Everton Hit by Tim Howard Blow as Injured Keeper Faces 6 Weeks Out: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Here are today’s Premier League news headlines: Everton hit by Tim Howard blow as injured keeper faces six weeks out — The Mail Swansea extend Michael Laudrup’s contract until 2015 — The Telegraph Liverpool has announced a new 6-tier ticket … Continue reading

9 Premier League Transfers That Would Be Ideal For Both Player and Club

Posted on by Omar Abdelaziz
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Some teams struggle to find two fit attackers at a time while others have a surplus of strikers. Some players are over-qualified at bottom clubs while others hardly deserve to be in the Premier League. For a change of pace, … Continue reading