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Deja vu all over again for Blues as season ends too soon
by Peter Bottomley

EVERTON 3 (Pienaar 16, Jelavic 23, Heitinga 63) – NEWCASTLE UNITED 1 (Hibbert 73, og) The Toffees secured seventh place in the league after once again dismantling a top-five team plank by…read more…

Dr David France OBE at Buckingham Palace
by Ed Bottomley

Yesterday Dr France received his OBE at Buckingham Palace. We are so happy for this great Evertonian!

David France: “Més que un fan”
by Ed Bottomley

David France, BSc MSc MBA PhD and – as of Friday 4th May – OBE. With typical modesty, he says it stands for One Big Evertonian.

Jelavic is an Everton centre-forward and should wear number 9
by Peter Bottomley

EVERTON 4 (Jelavic 7, 40, Fellaini 17, Cahill 60) – FULHAM 0 Nikica Jelavic extended his remarkable scoring spree to 10 in 13 matches as Everton ran in a glut…read more…

Time!
by Ed Bottomley

Toffees stun United and show true worth
by Peter Bottomley

MANCHESTER UNITED 4 (Rooney 41, 69, Welbeck 57, Nani 60) – EVERTON 4 (Jelavic 33, 83, Fellaini 67, Pienaar 85). Everton produced a superb performance, twice coming back from two-goal…read more…

GOODISON RAW: The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory
by Peter Bottomley

No one remembers a losing FA Cup finalist and even fewer remember the defeated semi-finalists. Indeed most of the football world have already moved on from Wembley last weekend; the…read more…

Sterile performance and management mistakes but Everton will rise again
by Peter Bottomley

LIVERPOOL 2 (Suarez 62, Carroll 87) – EVERTON 1 (Jelavic 24) Like Samson shaved of his locks, an effectively wing-less Everton were never able to exploit the wide-open spaces of…read more…

Blah Blah Blah Royston
by Ed Bottomley

When news trickled through yesterday via various outlets including The Guardian that Royston Drenthe has been told to stay away from Everton by David Moyes, none of us can have been too surprised. Rumour and hearsay have followed Drenthe around Merseyside like ravenous paparazzi, but finally some of the facts are leaking out…

Liverpool are Everton’s Kryptonite
by Ed Bottomley

Everton fall at a familiar hurdle

Everton lost 2-1 to Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. Second half goals from Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll cancelled out Nikica Jelavic’s first half strike. We went into the game with the form of Superman. At Wembley, especially in the second half, we looked more like a stuttering and nervous Clark Kent.

Tenacious and talented Toffees are ready
by Peter Bottomley

Everton travel to Wembley determined, confident and in good form.  If they can sustain the level of performance produced in the quarter-final replay at the Stadium of Light a place…read more…

Desert Island Kicks

You’re stranded on a desert island, what footballing memories would you take with you?

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Next Fixtures

PremierLeague: Monday 10 Dec (20:00); Watford at Goodison

Saturday 15 Dec (12:30); Manchester City at Etihad Stadium

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goodison Raw

Focus on the facts not the rhetoric

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