Archives for the ‘Match Reports’ Category

Fulham 1 – Everton 3: Late goals from Saha and Rodwell seal victory

By Ryan Grant • Oct 23rd, 2011 • Category: Match Reports, News

Late goals from former-Fulham striker Louis Saha and Jack Rodwell secured victory at Craven Cottage.

Everton opened the scoring after just three minutes when new-signing Royston Drenthe – on only his first Premier League start – picked up the the ball from Rodwell and lashed a curling, long-range effort into the bottom corner of Fulham’s goal.
Maroune [...]



Everton 5 Hull 1 – It’s just like watching Brazil

By Ian Phillips • Mar 7th, 2010 • Category: Match Reports, News

Arteta, majestic. Pienaar, sensational. Heitinga, superb. Donovan, fantastic. Yakubu, masterful. Today’s performance at Goodison Park was quite sensational. From start to finish Everton simply played Hull off the park with some wonderful football. If you missed today’s game, make sure you watch a re-run, it was 90 minutes of pure un-rivalled entertainment.
Everton went into the [...]



Everton 2 Spurs 2

By Liam White • Dec 7th, 2009 • Category: Match Reports, News

 
Another Goodison game, another bore draw.
Spurs went into this game in a position many hoped Everton would have been in, but late transfers and the worst injury crisis since the Walter Smith era left Everton just 2 points ahead of the relegation zone coming into this game, and once Yobo went off early on leaving [...]



Everton 4 – AEK Athens 0

By Liam White • Sep 18th, 2009 • Category: Match Reports, News

Before I start I managed to forget my glasses last night, so I’m writing this report under the assumption that nothing happened in the Park End half of the pitch.
Moyes announced that our new Russian was going to start his first game, and after eagerly awaiting my first chance to see him properly, knowing he [...]



Fulham 2 Everton 1: Cahill goal not enough for Blues at the Cottage

By Ian Phillips • Sep 13th, 2009 • Category: Match Reports, News

Everton left West London today with nothing more than an increased injury list. After defeats to Arsenal and Burnley, Everton needed to build on victory over Wigan with a good result at Craven Cottage. It looked as if this would be the case at half time after Tim Cahill headed Everton into the lead however [...]



Everton v Sigma Olomouc Report

By Liam White • Aug 22nd, 2009 • Category: Match Reports, News

I’m sure I’m not the only one who feared the worst on Thursday night, dark memories of Metalist and Bucharest were playing in my head, and the prospect of another year with European football being thrown away in August seemed very likely, and I was once quite an optimistic Evertonian. Our performance in our [...]



Everton 1 Arsenal 6 – Match Report

By Liam White • Aug 16th, 2009 • Category: Match Reports, News

Why I expected anything different I don’t know, but our dreadful performance has really knocked out the optimism which foolishly crept into my mind this time yesterday.  At a time many will be blaming the Lescott saga or the board, this is a problem that has been around for some 8 seasons now.  Out of [...]



Everton through to final after beating United

By Ian Phillips • Apr 19th, 2009 • Category: Match Reports

Everton are in the FA Cup Final for the first time in 14 years after a historic win over Manchester United at Wembley. After a dire 120 minutes Tim Howard was the Blue’s hero with 2 penalty saves. Amazingly the American stopper had never saved a penalty for Everton before, but after Tim Cahill’s miss, [...]



Everton 3 Aston Villa 1 – Blues one game from Wembley

By Ian Phillips • Feb 15th, 2009 • Category: Match Reports, News

Everton have reached the quarter finals of the FA Cup for the first time under David Moyes this afternoon at Goodison. In a highly entertaining game the Blues triumphed 3 goals to 1 over 3rd placed Aston Villa. Everton were dealt yet another blow before kick off with Leon Osman adding to the injury list. [...]



Liverpool 1 Everton 1 – Deja-Blue for the Reds

By Ryan Grant • Jan 26th, 2009 • Category: Match Reports

Twice in a week and they still can’t be seperated, Everton and Liverpool drew 1-1 at Anfield in the 4th Round of the FA Cup. The multi-millionaires had a great chance thanks to a training ground injury rendering our midfield bereaved of any creativity.
Liverpool had virtually all the play yet found themselves 1-0 behind at [...]