Everton Update: Players Return To Training & Transfer News

By Unclassified • Jul 11th, 2014 • Category: News

Everton transfers are underway: This week, the club completed the free transfer signing of former England international midfielder Gareth Barry, and are seeking further additions.

The 33-year-old signed a 3-year deal with the blues, with the former Aston Villa and Manchester City star becoming the first signing of the summer. It would have been criminal not [...]

Barry Becomes A Blue

By Unclassified • Jul 9th, 2014 • Category: News

Everton have completed the signing of former England and Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry.
Manchester City had originally demanded the Blues pay a ‘transfer fee’ should Barry join permanently, however it is believed the two clubs have reached a compromise.
The 33-year-old former loan player has signed a three year contract with the blues, which has raised [...]

Barkley the star man in FOOSIO – the Free Fantasy Football Management game

By Unclassified • Jun 24th, 2014 • Category: News

Sadly, England will step onto the pitch for the last time in the World Cup this evening. The only positive is that Ross Barkley is to make his first competitive start.

Whilst we’re all ridiculously disappointed to be leaving Brazil so early, there’s still a chance for Evertonians as online football managers: in FOOSIO a free, [...]

Toffees Going to Brazil – An Overview

By Unclassified • May 16th, 2014 • Category: News

Toffees Going to Brazil

It’s been a season to remember for most at Goodison Park. The likes of Ross Barkley and John Stones have taken the Premier League by storm, whilst Jagielka and Baines have once again been solid under the stewardship of Roberto Martinez.
Most onlookers would hazard a guess that Everton players don’t want [...]

TRANSFER UPDATE: The Michy Batshuayi Deal… It’s Complicated

By Unclassified • Jan 15th, 2014 • Category: News

Everton are in the hunt for Standard Liege striker Michy Batshuayi, however any deal for the 20-year-old is more complicated than the Toffees first thought.
The blues were led to believe that a 8m Euros bid would simply trigger a release clause in the player’s contract, allowing them to begin discussing personal terms with the player.
British [...]

For Breaking Transfer News, Follow Us On Twitter!

By Ryan Grant • Jan 15th, 2014 • Category: News

We’re almost half the way through the transfer window. Fan favourite Jelavic has joined Hull City, or Hull City Tigers, and Aiden McGeady has jetted in from Russia. But we believe there’s still plenty of business to be done this transfer window, with our eyes peeled and our ears listening out for transfer stories.
So for [...]

What Do YOU Think of the New Crests? A Critical Guide with Our Thoughts

By Ryan Grant • Sep 22nd, 2013 • Category: Fan Articles, News

So, the new crests have been revealed. It’s time to choose which of the crests will be used from the 2014/15 season. As editor of FollowEverton.com, here’s my own personal thoughts and we’d love to hear yours too.
At first glance, I was massively disappointed with what was presented, however, I do appreciate the challenges that [...]

BREAKING: Full Transfer Update

By Ian Phillips • Sep 2nd, 2013 • Category: News

Fellaini – We understood yesterday that a deal was agreed however either with seemingly no progress today that was either untrue or Everton or United are trying to renegotiate. Everton want at least £25m. We have also heard that United rebuffed a proposal of £18m plus Hernandez
Baines – Nothing to report, he’s training with England [...]

Wigan Reject Everton’s £7m McCarthy Bid

By Ryan Grant • Sep 1st, 2013 • Category: News

Everton have had a bid rejected for Wigan midfielder James McCarthy.
It is believed that Everton’s offer was £7m initially plus £3m in add ons.
New Everton manager Roberto Martinez is a huge fan of the Republic of Ireland international, and is likely to make an improved bid before the transfer deadline on Monday.
Though the Toffees will [...]

Disgrace! Evertonians out of pocket after rule change.

By Ian Phillips • Aug 5th, 2013 • Category: News

Evertonians have been left out of pocket after the International Champions Cup seemingly changed the rules of the competition, promoting LA Galaxy to the 3rd place play off on Wednesday, leaving Everton fighting for 5th on Tuesday.
Since the tournament was announced it has been billed as a knockout competition. With a tournament tree released (or [...]