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Tag Archives: Everton

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

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

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

Player Ratings: Everton 3 Aston Villa 0

Posted on by Sean Barry
everton-aston-villa

Smiles were brought back to Goodison Park as the Everton faithful witnessed their team finally announce themselves for this season. The team’s 3-0 win over Aston Villa was much needed, and much deserved. Roberto Martinez had clearly worked hard with … Continue reading

David Moyes Can Begin To Repair His Reputation With European Role

Posted on by Thariq Amir
david-moyes

“I’m ready to go”. So says former Manchester United manager David Moyes in the Daily Telegraph. The Scot is raring to return to football but this time around it’ll be on his own terms. “Picking my next job is vitally … Continue reading

5 Best Matches Of The Premier League Season So Far

Posted on by Chris Winterburn

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 … Continue reading

8 Premier League Clubs Whose Fans Have The Worst Sense of Entitlement

Posted on by Spenser Davis
RODGERS HAS LIVERPOOL FANS DREAMING OF PREMIER LEAGUE GLORY

Every sports fan on earth wants their team to win, right? It’s the fabric of being a sports fan, no matter the sport or the country or the team. English football has been around for more than a century, and … Continue reading

Manchester United vs. Everton Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Dom Favata
giggs

Manchester United are facing a major personnel dilemma for their match against Everton, with Ander Herrera ruled out for four weeks with a broken rib, and club captain Wayne Rooney suspended after receiving a straight red card in the game … Continue reading

Europa League Matchday 2, US TV Information

Posted on by Ed Perovic
europa-league

Here is a complete list of LIVE showings for Matchday #2 of the Europa League to be played on Thursday, October 2nd (all times US Eastern): 11:00am Dinamo Moscow v PSV Eindhoven (espn3) 12:00pm FC Krasnodar v Everton (FoxSports-1 + … Continue reading

Premier League Tactics Corner – Round 6

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
tactics-corner

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 … Continue reading

Reviewing Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 6

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
rooney idiot

The most controversial incident from the weekend came at Old Trafford, where Wayne Rooney was sent off for a high, and late challenge on Stewart Downing. Rooney was clearly trying to stop Downing’s progress, clip his ankles and get a … Continue reading

Tactical Analysis – Liverpool 1 Everton 1

Posted on by Jacob Dorman
steven-gerrard

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, … Continue reading

Liverpool vs. Everton – A Merseyside Derby With An Extra Edge

Posted on by Sean Barry
everton liver

With both Liverpool and Everton desperate for a win, there is an extra importance to this forthcoming tie. The nervous fans of either camp need a sign that their season is not lost- what better way to show this than … Continue reading

Why It’s Critical That Everton Shed Their Anfield Complex

Posted on by Matt Jones
Kev Campbell

It’s the Merseyside Derby at Anfield, March 26 2006. The infancy of the match is being played at a typically ferocious pace and as is commonplace for this volatile fixture, Phil Dowd has already dished out some yellow cards to the men donned in red … Continue reading

Everton’s Start To The Season Has Been Naive, Inept And Utterly Inexcusable

Posted on by Matt Jones
Everton Palace

During his time as Swansea City manager in the second and third tiers of English football, Roberto Martinez will have witnessed myriad examples of poor defending. But you can bet that in all the matches he’s stood on the sidelines for at the Liberty … Continue reading

Reviewing The Premier League’s Key Decisions From Week 5

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
Webb

The most entertaining game of the weekend came at the King Power Stadium, where Leicester came back from 3-1 down to win 5-3 at the expense of Manchester United. There is no escaping that United’s defense were all over the … Continue reading

Everton’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Matt Jones
Baines Coleman

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 … Continue reading