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Tag Archives: Everton

Poll: Which EPL Team Do You Least Look Forward To Watching On TV?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Okay, admit it. Even though you thoroughly enjoy watching the Premier League, especially your favorite team each week, there are often times when you’re not too bothered about missing a match on television featuring teams that either don’t excite you … Continue reading

Observations About Premier League Saturday Matchday 13

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Thank god the Premier League is back. Nothing against international football, but there’s something very comforting with getting back into the ritual of watching Premier League football and being familiar with the surroundings, the pace of the game and the … Continue reading

Europa League Roundup: Benfica Thrash Everton, Prague Rivals Excel

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

I have to start this off by saying thank you to the people behind the scenes at uefa.com for moving their subscription video service away from Windows Media and into a Flash-based format. It’s allowed me to follow all the … Continue reading

Heitinga Transfers to Everton

Posted on by Sam Hiser

Dutch international right back, Johnny Heitinga, has accepted a transfer from Atletico Madrid to Everton, completing a physical just under the transfer window deadline which closed at 5pm yesterday. It’s a loss for Atleti and a serious loss for the … Continue reading

Burnley Already Upturn The Applecart

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Admit it, after the lacklustre opening day game against Stoke City, you simply couldn’t see Burnley picking up anything from their next 2 games with Everton and Manchester United visiting Turf Moor. They were tough games, that most established Premiership … Continue reading

Arsenal Beat Celtic 2-0 at Celtic Park, All But Assure Champions League Qualification

Posted on by tyduffy

Arsenal beat Celtic 2-0 at Celtic Park, all but assuring their qualification for the Champions League group stages, with two away goals.  It was not the presiding effort of their 6-1 away win at Everton, but the two deflected goals … Continue reading

Altidore: “England Early in the Morning”

Posted on by Dave Warner

Jozy Altidore seems to be handling this Twitter thing a little better than Darren Bent. While Bent tossed his toys out of the pram in 140 characters or less, the teenage American striker calmly tweeted to his followers: England early … Continue reading

Legends Of English Football: #4 William “Dixie” Dean

Posted on by Paul Bestall

For most football fans, when discussions come round to arguing about who was the greatest English striker of all time, one name will surely always be brought up. William Ralph Dean or Dixie Dean as he became better known is … Continue reading

The FA Cup’s Fastest Goal Came Too Soon

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

Everton’s Pienaar launched the ball into the box from the left side. Chelsea’s Mikel got his head to it but could not clear. Fellaini headed the ball back into the danger area where Louis Saha waited, unmarked, uncontended. He spins … Continue reading

FA Cup Final Live Blog: Everton v Chelsea

Posted on by Michael Scallon

The last dance of the season, of every season, the FA Cup Final is the jewel in the English Football Crown. Last year’s final between Cardiff and Portsmouth was arguably the exception, but this year’s certainly isn’t: Underdogs Everton come into the … Continue reading

The FA Cup: Everton Can Win

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

I was completely seduced by last year’s FA Cup. Barnsley and Cardiff City charged toward the final in a gripping giant-killing warpath. They toppled Liverpool, Chelsea and Middlesbrough in their wake. (Boro were still a mid-table Premier League side, so … Continue reading

FA Cup Final Preview

Posted on by Randy Capps

  With the Premier League race done and dusted and the Champions League trophy spending the summer in Catalonia, there’s only one more piece of silverware on offer in the 2008-2009 season, and either Everton or Chelsea will lay claim … Continue reading

What Next For Michael Owen?

Posted on by Michael Timbury

With Newcastle teetering over the relegation trap door, skipper Michael Owen will lead a mass exodus at the club, should they fall through it into the Championship on Sunday. With Owen out of contract it is likely that he will … Continue reading

Time For The Other Big Four To Step Up Next Season

Posted on by Paul Bestall

With another season drawing to a close and the usual suspects in their normal places in the top four, isn’t it about time that the second level of teams finally pushed up to join them? With Everton once again in … Continue reading

The Achievements of David Moyes Need to be Recognised

Posted on by David Schiavone

For me a leading contender for manager of the year is none other than Everton’s David Moyes. The steps he has taken with Everton, comfortably 6th in the Premier League, an F.A Cup final to look forward to and although … Continue reading

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New Stadium Fever?

Posted on by Christopher Walker

I was having a good look at Tottenham’s proposal for a new stadium overlapping their current plot at White Hart Lane last night and my brain started to tick. However difficult these proposals appear to be (and indeed I hope they go through) … Continue reading

Everton Announced As The Opponent for MLS All-Stars

Posted on by tyduffy

Major League Soccer has announced Everton as the opponent for this year’s MLS All-Star game. “We are very excited about Everton FC agreeing to be the opponent for the 2009 MLS All-Star Game,” MLS commissioner Don Garber said in a … Continue reading

The Grass Was Too Green And The Ball Was Too Round

Posted on by Christopher Walker

Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger’s post match reactions following last weeks FA cup semi finals predictably brought up the issue of the Wembley pitch. To be fair to the man with a KBE and his old rival, the surface at Wembley doesn’t seem fitting to a … Continue reading