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Interview With Everton USA Supporters Group

Everton struck gold at the World Cup this summer. With the United States encapsulated by the performances of their national team in Brazil, the country tuned in for the second round clash with Belgium. It was in this game that Toffees goalkeeper Tim Howard produced one of the iconic World Cup displays, thrusting Everton […]

Breaking Down Everton’s Turbulent Start To The Season

Typically, the international break is an unwanted blemish on the football calendar. But for Evertonians, this two-week hiatus will come as welcome solace. It’s not been a brilliant start for Roberto Martinez and his side to say the least. The Toffees are perched one place above the relegation zone after […]

8 Celebrities Who Are True Hardcore Soccer Supporters

As soccer has become a truly global sport, it’s no surprise that so many celebrities have gotten in on the fun. For some celebrities, their fandom isn’t surprising, especially those from countries in which soccer is a huge deal. Some are also so vocal about their clubs that it’s common […]

5 Best Matches Of The Premier League Season So Far

With the 2014-15 edition of the Barclays Premier League now seven matches old, there have already been a number of hugely entertaining fixtures illustrating just why the English top flight is so highly regarded across the globe. Ranging from goal-bonanzas involving Manchester United to touchline bust-ups involving the usually calm […]

Manchester United vs Everton Match Preview

Manchester United welcome Roberto Martinez’s Everton side to Old Trafford this Sunday in what is arguably Louis van Gaal’s first real test as manager of United as the Toffees look to replicate last term’s domestic double over United. United head into Sunday’s fixture with no real let-up on the injury […]

Premier League Tactics Corner – Round 6

Through wide areas, Hull City has found a lot of its success, and Steven Naismith has become the centerpiece of Everton’s alternative system of play. Hull Raids The Flanks When Ahmed Elmohamady went on trial with Steve Bruce’s Sunderland in 2009, the Egyptian flank-raider changed his career. The Wearside club […]

Tactical Analysis – Liverpool 1 Everton 1

The first edition of the Mersey Derby in this year’s Premier League campaign saw two teams dealing with different problems. Liverpool, the match’s hosts, is trying to figure out how to move without the transcendent talent of Luis Suarez. Meanwhile, Everton is dealing with the same problem they face every […]

Player Ratings for Liverpool 1-1 Everton

A show of unusually resolute defending from both Liverpool and Everton meant only two fantastic captains’ goals made the scoring. Liverpool looked the more likely to notch in the first half creating 16 chances to Everton’s three but it took a free kick not long after the hour mark to […]

Everton’s August-September Progress Report

Diego Costa insouciantly rounded Tim Howard and slotted Chelsea’s sixth goal of the game at Goodison Park; the moment it became abundantly and indisputably clear Everton had pertinent concerns. Some worries had emerged a week previous when the Toffees let a two-goal lead slip against Arsenal in the dying embers […]

Everton Put Wheels In Motion Ahead Of Stadium Move

The historic Goodison Park has been home to the blue half of Merseyside since 1892 with the ground having hosted more top-flight English football matches than any other, however Everton Football Club yesterday officially outlined plans which will see the club move away from their historic home to a new […]

Who Is The MVP? A Breakdown Of The Most Valuable Player In Each BPL Team

Each Premier League club is where it is thanks to contributions from a whole heap of players, but there are some that are greater among equals. That’s what this is about: trying to find the most valuable player for each team. It’s actually harder than it looks, but thankfully I’m […]

Premier League Transfer Records: How Does Each Club Stack Up?

As more and more money is being pumped into the English Premier League, transfer fees are increasing exponentially from one transfer window to another. During the 2014 summer transfer window that closed on the first of September, a record £835 million was spent by Premier League clubs. Six of these […]

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