If Lukaku Goes, How Will Everton Replace Him?

By Unclassified • May 22nd, 2017 • Category: News

How Should Everton Replace Lukaku This Summer?
In many ways, Everton represent one of the most interesting sides in the English top flight. Arguably bigger than Tottenham, they are a huge club with a rich and successful history, although in recent seasons have found it difficult to compete financially with teams like Manchester City, Manchester United [...]



Is Ronald Koeman The Answer For Everton?

By Damian Coyle • Aug 4th, 2016 • Category: News

Is Ronald Koeman The Answer For Everton?

For so long, Everton constantly teetered on the periphery of the top four under the guidance of recently appointed Sunderland boss David Moyes. The Toffees even secured a place in Europe’s Premier Club competition for the 2005-06 campaign, only to come up short against Villarreal in the qualifying [...]



The European Championships: Evertonian Disappointment

By Unclassified • Jun 27th, 2016 • Category: News

The Euro’s and Everton
The Euros have been full of surprises so far. Royal Vegas’s Euro 2016 facts gave insight into the new layout of the tournament, but little would of predicted what has happened so far. Wales topped England’s group, Portugal have failed to inspire as Hungary headed their group. Northern Ireland sailed through to [...]



Everton’s Aerial Weakness Is Nothing New – and is Joel Robles Really The Answer?

By Unclassified • Mar 8th, 2016 • Category: News

ANYONE who has watched Everton over the past few seasons will know that a vulnerability in the air is nothing new.
Whether that’s conceding goals from set pieces or from open-play crosses, the blues have been susceptible for many years.
The problem probably goes back as far as the David Moyes era. Everton’s strongest centre back pairing [...]



Martinez Could Have A Footballing Monster

By Unclassified • Nov 17th, 2015 • Category: Fan Articles

Martinez Wants New Faces, But He Could Have A Footballing Monster
Everton have plenty of talent and have always been on the cusp. The likes of Lukaku, Barkley, and Stones to name a few have all turned heads recently, and Martinez is adamant that none of them are for sale.

Additionally, recent reports are suggesting that the [...]



Everton 2015/2016 Premier League Preview

By Unclassified • Jul 6th, 2015 • Category: News

Like many Premier League sides trying to fend off transfer interest for their best players, Everton’s success in the coming season is likely to depend on the talent they keep hold off rather than any new potential stars they recruit and it will be interesting to see what the mood is like at [...]



Who Are The Most Tweeted About Players of 2014/15 Premier League?

By Unclassified • May 29th, 2015 • Category: News

It won’t surprise many to see the likes of Joey Barton and Mario Balotelli amongst the list of most ‘tweeted’ about Premier League footballers during the 2014/15 season.
In a fantasy team made up of Twitter favourites, no Everton players feature. The side is made up of the sublime (e.g David De Gea, Alexis Sanchez), the [...]



Pienaar Makes Everton Tick – A Lack of Width Has Cost Everton

By Ryan Grant • Apr 13th, 2015 • Category: News

It’s been painfully obvious how poor we have been this season.
The Europa League has been blamed by some – but for me that is absolute nonsense and a very poor excuse. If you fight all season to qualify for a European competition you cannot use it as an excuse when things go wrong.
We came into [...]



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 [...]