Everton NEED To Make Managerial Statement or Forever Remain Stepping Stone

By • Nov 22nd, 2017 • Category: News

EVERTON – one of England’s most successful clubs – historically at least.  And that’s all it will be, forever history and no modern day success, if Everton continue the way they are going. Because this is the worst Everton side in a long, long time and one still requiring a new manager. So in reference […]

VIDEO: Palace 2 Everton 2 – FollowEverton FAN Show & Latest on New Manager

By • Nov 22nd, 2017 • Category: News

FollowEverton is back with news, opinions and video content. The forum will re-launch soon and development is underway on the new site – exciting times. But for now, here is our fan video podcast assessing the draw at Palace & the manager situation.

Everton Dealt Major Blow in Manager Hunt

By • Nov 8th, 2017 • Category: News

EVERTON have been handed another major set back in their hunt for a new manager. The Everton board have been split in their decision regarding the appointment. Caretaker manager David Unsworth, former England man Sam Allardyce and Burnley’s Sean Dyche were initial favourites for the post. David Moyes was also being considered by chairman Bill […]

VIDEO: Everton 3-2 Watford: Miracles Do Happen! FE View

By • Nov 8th, 2017 • Category: News

FollowEverton look back on Everton’s win against Watford. The Two Daves got a little bit too excited and we apologise for the abrupt ending – it’s hard to get some peace and quiet for a few moments at FE HQ.

Forget Allardyce! Everton Want Superstar Manager

By • Nov 7th, 2017 • Category: News

Everton want Diego Simeone as their next manager. The news arrives after reports yesterday that suggested Everton would be appointing 63-year old Sam Allardyce as their next manager. The formerly disgraced England manager has been dubbed ‘the survival specialist’ – but as an appointment that would be deemed underwhelming amongst fans, major shareholder Farhad Moshiri […]

Mirallas & Schneiderlin: Don’t Let Them Bring Back The Negativity

By • Nov 6th, 2017 • Category: News

Everton have been guilty – amongst a dozen other things – of failing to get the best out of their players this season. Their imbalanced squad lacks strengths but boasts a host of weakness and has struggled all season. The win against Watford was nothing short of a miracle. A team full of youth and […]

Lukaku Increasing the Gap Between United Shows EFC’s Missed Opportuniy

By • Sep 26th, 2017 • Category: News

Everton lost Romelu Lukaku for £90m but he is now a £150m player. The Neymar deal inflated transfer fees further, but given how well he has performed at United, his value has gone through the roof. Lukaku was sold too soon. Everton should have had a replacement signed, sealed and delivered before they allowed their […]

Everton’s Lack of Pace & Width Easily Solved

By • Sep 26th, 2017 • Category: News

Everton are struggling massively down to their lack of genuine pace and width – but is the solution closer to home? Perhaps the stubborn Koeman should opt to utilise his wingers – Bolasie is soon to be back, but he has Vlasic, Mirallas, Lennon and Lookman at his disposal. Whilst inconistent, these players could provide […]

Why Calvert-Lewin Needs a Partner

By • Sep 26th, 2017 • Category: News

It was a delight to see Dominic Calvert-Lewin put in two quality performances last week. The now England under-21 international took his goals againt Sunderland superbly – and against Bournemouth, he showed determination, character and most importantly, genuine quality. The youngster clearly has bags of potential but needs his manager, Ronald Koeman, to use him […]

If Lukaku Goes, How Will Everton Replace Him?

By • 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 […]