Season 2011-12

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Jack Rodwell aiming to play his way into regular England role

Jack Rodwell now has time to recover fully from the hamstring problem which blighted his last season at Goodison, and hopes to put that rest to good use when the next campaign gets underway, as he tries to become a permanent part of England?s next generation.
Added on 30/06/2012

Why Rangers? Steven Naismith Can Be The Toffees New Hero

Even if Everton boss David Moyes was unaware of the availability of his fellow countryman Steven Naismith of Rangers before this week, there is no doubt that The Blues boss has been vigorously apprised of the situation by two of Steven Naismith?s biggest fans, Evertonians and former Rangers team-mates David Weir and Nikica Jelavic, over the last few days.
Added on 29/06/2012

87 caps without a trophy is disappointing ? Yobo

Besides being the captain, Yobo is considered a very important member of the Eagles because of his versatility on the pitch and his experience. Despite joining the team in 2001 and being the most capped player in the Eagles with 87 appearances, the former Everton player has yet to win a title with the Eagles.
Added on 24/06/2012

Why Moyes not Villas-Boas is the right man for Spurs

Ben Weich argues that Moyes's consistency and Premier League experience are worth more to Tottenham than past European success
Added on 19/06/2012

David Unsworth says Everton can catch Manchester United cold in opening day Premier league fixture

Former Everton star David Unsworth believes that the high profile opener will give a real sense of purpose to the players when they report back to Finch Farm next month.
Added on 19/06/2012

Fears grow that Tottenham will face mass exodus of their best players if Moyes takes over

Former Spurs defender Chris Perry spoke to TalkSport about his fears, mainly regarding the possible exodus of the star players if the Everton manager was hired.
Added on 19/06/2012

Andre Villas-Boas becomes top target for Tottenham following Moyes snub

The Daily Express clains that Andre Villas-Boas has become the top target to become the new Spurs manager after David Moyes confirmed he would not move from Everton.
Added on 18/06/2012

Fans will be the last to gain from Premier League's 3bn jackpot

Under the current, gargantuan deal, and on the last available figures, eight of the 20 Premier League clubs made a profit and the rest recorded losses. One of the principal reasons for this situation, again on the last available figures, is that the average salary of a Premier League player was 1.16M per year.
Added on 17/06/2012

David Moyes will find it hard to leave Everton, says Joe Royle

Joe Royle believes that the very special pull of Goodison Park will keep David Moyes out of Tottenham?s clutches.
Added on 16/06/2012

Heitinga laments 'miracle' defeat to Denmark

Netherlands defender John Heitinga has claimed it was "a miracle" that his side lost their Euro 2012 Group B opener against Denmark in Kharkiv.
Added on 10/06/2012

Is Tim Cahill's time up at Everton?

According to the Daily Mail and The Sydney Morning Herald, United Arab Emirates club Al Nasr are chasing Everton midfielder Tim Cahill?s signature.
Added on 09/06/2012

Why Manny Fernandes would be the perfect addition to the Moyes Gang

"On a free, Fernandes would be an absolute bargain! It?s definitely a no brainer for me ? although his wage demands could prove to be a stumbling block."
Added on 30/05/2012

Why Everton should look to Canada in the transfer market this summer

Having made an attempt to sign him in January, Moyes may well be tempted to make another effort this summer. 21- year-old Canadian, David ?Junior? Hoilett, could be snapped up for nothing this summer when his contract is set to expire,
Added on 29/05/2012

Jelavic can power Everton towards Champions League

Kevin Campbell insists Nikica Jelavic?s goals should help Everton push for a Champions League place next season.
Added on 29/05/2012

Why Phil Jagielka over Jordan Henderson makes sense for England

Jagielka's international experience will be far more useful if called upon than Henderson's lack of, even though they play different positions.
Added on 29/05/2012

Match Of The Past: Everton

For a look back into their archive, we?re going to take in one defeat but three wins and one of the greatest matches in the entire history of the FA Cup. First up is a match from September 1969 against newly-promoted Derby County, follwed by seminal matches against Bayern Munich, Sunderland, Wimbledon and Spurs in the 1995 FA Cup semi-final
Added on 29/05/2012

Roy Hodgson must take Phil Jagielka to Euro 2012

The Everton defender was excellent alongside his former club partner Joleon Lescott in Norway and, although he might have to cede a central defensive berth to John Terry or Gary Cahill against Belgium at Wembley this weekend, he might be worth keeping in the side at right-back.
Added on 28/05/2012

A new challenge would rejuvenate Landon Donovan

Asked Friday if he?d consider a permanent move abroad, Donovan said, ?I?d be open to anything. I?m always open-minded to pretty much anything.
Added on 27/05/2012

Steven Pienaar: Vital or Dispensable | Opta Stats

Luke O'Farrell analyses the impact the South African made after re-signing on loan in January
Added on 26/05/2012

Qui est le M Baines, n'est ce pas?

Laurent Blanc, coach of England?s Euro 2012 opponents France, reckons he?s got the lowdown on all of Roy Hodgson?s men ? except Leighton Baines, who he doesn?t even know by name... but he has at least heard of Everton.
Added on 24/05/2012

Struggling to understand Manchester United's interest in Leighton Baines

Baines is a good player ? he?s a decent defender, and his delivery from out wide is excellent. But is this really a signing that would close the gap between United and Manchester City? Does it get them anywhere nearer to recapturing the title? No ? and that?s what everything they do has to be aimed towards.
Added on 24/05/2012

Season 2011-12 statistical and tactical breakdown

The Executioner's Bong blog runs the rule over the season as a whole
Added on 16/05/2012

Huge challenges ahead for Everton - Can they improve?

After finishing the season with a victory over a strong Newcastle side, Everton will rightly feel good; but now... What's next?
Added on 14/05/2012

The Joy of Six: last-day relegation battles

Rob Smyth recalls six of the most memorable relegation last-ditch escapes, including Everton's in 1994
Added on 12/05/2012

Everton look the best bet on decisive final day of the season

Newcastle have had a tremendous season, but their tough run-in was always likely to catch them out in the hunt for fourth spot. The win at Chelsea gave their supporters hope, but they were well beaten by City and I think they will struggle at Everton on Sunday.
Added on 11/05/2012

Who I Would Buy if I was David Moyes in the Summer for Everton

Here are the players who I would buy in the summer for Everton, to add strength and depth to the current squad.
Added on 11/05/2012

Jimmy Gabriel: the worst ever Premier League manager?

Based on points per game, Jimmy Gabriel ? Everton's caretaker manager in the early days of the Premier League after Kendall (Mk II) left, is shown to be statistically the worst ever manager.
Added on 10/05/2012

In-form Everton to end Newcastle?s Champions League dream

Sunday?s clash could prove one of Newcastle?s greatest tests of the season as they meet an Everton side who have won their last three Goodison Park fixtures in succession.
Added on 10/05/2012

10 Reasons David Moyes is the Right Man for Manchester United

"I see one man more fit for the United job than the others, and that man is Everton?s manager David Moyes."
Added on 10/05/2012

Everton Transfer Rumours: Clint Dempsey and 6 Other Realistic Summer Targets

Here is a look at some early targets that David Moyes may well be casting his eye over, all of whom would not leave the club drastically out of pocket.
Added on 10/05/2012

David Prentice joins Everton superfan David France for his Royal Appointment at Buckingham Palace

When David France gazed wistfully at his OBE and quipped: ?I?m very proud, Your Royal Highness, but don?t you have one with a blue ribbon?? David was only half-joking. He was at Buckingham Palace by royal appointment, but his blood flows Royal Blue.
Added on 09/05/2012

Snodin joins clamour for Pienaar

Ex-Everton player turned commentator, Ian Snodin, has added his voice to the near-universal calls for Everton to sign Steven Pienaar on a permanent contract this summer
Added on 08/05/2012

Is Everton's Potential Underestimated?

Moyes appears to be looking forward to another season with the Blues: this article is not about what Everton will become without him; it is to gain an insight into what the club can further achieve under him.
Added on 08/05/2012

Is It Time English Football Set-Up An Elite Academy League?

Let?s be brutally honest for a moment: football at a reserve level is in a state of disrepair. Teams are littered with players banished from the first-team, those who are recovering from injury or simply those who can no longer continue their development in the academy. The games are played at a monotonous pace in front of a handful of people, with players almost looking embarrassed upon hearing the subdued reaction when they score. Reserve football is so far removed from the intensity and atmosphere of the Premier League that clubs prefer to send their most promising youngsters out on loan, thus saving them from growing stale in such an uninspiring environment.
Added on 07/05/2012

Everton Club Focus - Wolves draw leaves Toffees set for seventh place

Everton?s run of goal scoring form came to an end in a 0-0 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers in the penultimate Premier League game of the season. The result invites the question: Is it one point gained towards the Toffees? aim of finishing in seventh place and with it above Liverpool, or two points dropped?
Added on 07/05/2012

Grand Old Team nominated for Best EPL Forum

ToffeeWeb's forum partner,, is up for Best EPL Blog at US-based football site Vote Blue today!
Added on 03/05/2012

Everton set to be rewarded for their post-Wembley strength

Everton are responding to the disappointment of their Wembley loss in the semi-final by producing a strong push in the league to finish above Liverpool.
Added on 03/05/2012

Why David Moyes Has Become One of World's Greatest Managers

It's a testament to his managerial prowess and eye for talent that Everton have not finished outside the top eight for five seasons now. The players who grace his side assume his steely mentality. There's a never-say-die attitude embedded within the side that begins when a transfer first enters the Goodison gates. Moyes continues to do what he does best: win, and win consistently with the resources at hand.
Added on 02/05/2012

Tim Cahill: It's hard to look forward to playing Stoke City

Cahill admits a trip to the Potteries is far from the perfect place to play for any team and is expecting a strenuous match.
Added on 01/05/2012

Everton 4-0 Fulham ? 5 Point Tactical Deconstruction

Fulham are the lowest scorers on their travels in the top flight and thus the game was as good as over as a contest by half time.
Added on 30/04/2012

Why Clint Dempsey Would Be a Great Signing for Everton

Having scored 16 Premier League goals this season, 22 in all competitions, Dempsey would be a great asset to Everton's newly rejuvenated front-line.
Added on 30/04/2012

Everton will have a fight on their hands for Steven Pienaar

Pienaar?s displays since returning to Goodison on loan in January have increased the clamour to make that switch a permanent one. Sometimes, clubs and players are made for each other. And Everton seem to bring the best out of Pienaar.
Added on 29/04/2012

Everton vs Fulham: How good is Pienaar?

Luke O'Farrell's match preview assesses the impact of Steven Pienaar since his return on loan from Spurs
Added on 27/04/2012

Academy face Bootle in semi-final

Kevin Sheedy's Academy face Bootle in the semi-final of the Liverpool Senior Cup next Thursday, May 3.
Added on 26/04/2012

The statistician?s idea of perfection: Everton at home to Fulham

Everton meeting Fulham in the Premier League is a statistician?s delight. It happens for the 22nd time this Saturday and although it?s a mid-table battle (Fulham trail Everton by just two points) and of little consequence at the top or bottom of the league, it has intriguing statistical interest. Ten times in the Premier League, Fulham have travelled to Goodison and 10 times they have returned south pointless.
Added on 26/04/2012

Moyes?s Old Trafford heroes should have too much for Fulham

After their enthralling 4-4 draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford last weekend, which saw them come from 4-2 down to claim a share of the spoils, Everton host a Fulham side that have a dismal record at Goodison Park.
Added on 26/04/2012

Was allowing Steven Pienaar to leave Tottenham Hotspur Harry Redknapp's biggest mistake?

Redknapp allowed Pienaar to go on loan to Everton in January, but surely he would have been better off keeping him at Spurs? With Tottenham's late season collapse showing no signs of slowing down, it is only right that the failings of Harry Redknapp are brought under close scrutiny. There can be few more costly decisions than allowing South African midfielder Steven Pienaar to leave on loan in January, and failing to replace him.
Added on 23/04/2012

Why Wayne Rooney is sure to score for Man Utd against Everton

Rooney has been in prolific form for United with 31 goals in all competitions this season. The 26-year-old scored twice against Aston Villa last weekend and he has six goals in his last four games at Old Trafford. So 9/4 for the England striker to net at least twice is great value in this one.
Added on 21/04/2012

FA Cup semi-final defeat lingers on for David Moyes

He was even closer to glory then ? but David Moyes insists the pain of FA Cup final defeat in 2009 does not compare with the depths of his despair last weekend.
Added on 21/04/2012

Manchester United trust in Old Trafford fortress as Everton seek second win in 20 years

Even when United don?t have perfect records against some opponents, their results tend to be exceptionally good nonetheless, even against other ?big? teams who one would typically epxect to be challenging for a top six place. Teams like Everton. David Moyes? team, who are Sunday?s visitors to Old Trafford, have just the one victory in 19 Premier League games there and that was 3-0 in the first mid-week fixture of the Premier League era back in August 1992.
Added on 20/04/2012

The goals begin to flow for Nikica Jelavic, Everton?s silent assassin

Jelavic provides a physical presence and appears adept at scoring even when playing relatively poorly. He has also exhibited a steely determination and innate confidence ? missing chances does not faze him.
Added on 18/04/2012

A day of days?

A superb poem about the ill-fated FA Cup semi-final
Added on 18/04/2012

A final plea to Kenwright and Moyes

"Whoever it is that makes a stand, be it Kenwright, Moyes or the players, something has got to change. Doing nothing AGAIN is not an option."
Added on 16/04/2012

Wembley dream died because Everton froze

David Prentice's post-cup derby analysis is spot on
Added on 16/04/2012

Ambitious Moyes has to move on to fulfil his potential

Ian Ladyman in the Mail suggests that David Moyes is deserving of a bigger stage than Goodison Park
Added on 16/04/2012

Moyes beaten by history and Liverpool as Everton miss the boat again

"The bitter truth for Everton is that they will probably never get a better chance to break an FA Cup hoodoo against Liverpool dating back to 1906"
Added on 14/04/2012

Everton Manager's Negative Approach Has Cost Team Again

It's high time that Everton boss David Moyes started to come in for more criticism regarding his negative tactics. Another typically over-cautious display saw the Toffees squander a 1-0 lead and ultimately lose the FA Cup semifinal 2-1 to Merseyside rivals Liverpool.
Added on 14/04/2012

Moyes: Everton are underdogs but are in top form

David Moyes says his team arethe underdogs despite being in top form going into Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool at Wembley. The Toffees have won four and drawn one of their last five matches.
Added on 14/04/2012

The story of the goal that never was

Unearthing the painful memories of the Clive Thomas semi-final from 1977
Added on 14/04/2012

The local boys who are the heart and soul of Moyes' Everton

"This is a great club. We know what the fans are thinking and we try to get that across."
Added on 14/04/2012

Gibson learning to fire in Everton engine room

"The football here is a lot different to what it was at Manchester United. I was shocked at how hard we worked. It took me a few games to get used to it."
Added on 14/04/2012

Managers under pressure to define their season

Victory over Liverpool at Wembley plus the club's first trophy for 17 years would be a fitting way for Moyes to mark 10 years as Everton manager.
Added on 14/04/2012

Merseyside derby is football's sibling rivalry

"If The Old Firm is rooted in religion and 'El Clasico' a matter of cultural identity, the Merseyside derby is football?s sibling rivalry."
Added on 13/04/2012

Everton Looking to Break Recent Trend and Beat Liverpool

On Saturday when Everton take on Liverpool at Wembley Stadium in the FA Cup semifinals, the Toffees will look to break the recent losing trend they have had against their Merseyside rivals. Since the beginning of the 2005-06 season, Everton have only won three out of 16 Merseyside derbies, managing four draws.
Added on 13/04/2012

Wembley here we come

Setting the scene ahead of the biggest Merseyside derby in 23 years
Added on 12/04/2012

Merseyside united again?

As Liverpool and Everton prepare to meet at Wembley, two fans' groups are urging the clubs to work together for a happier future
Added on 12/04/2012

David Moyes for England? What Stands In The Scot?s Way?

Moyes is still hailed as one of the finest of his generation of managers, because football people know what he has to battle against just to keep Everton where they are. Managers from Sir Alex Ferguson down paid fulsome tribute to his abilities at every press conference ahead of this weekend?s Premier League fixtures. So why doesn?t anyone mention him as a possible England manager?
Added on 12/04/2012

Irony alert: Clive Thomas criticises standards

"I don't see that the referees of today are even in the right positions to give right decisions. That concerns me," says the man behind the infamous 1977 decision that cost Everton a place in the FA Cup Final.
Added on 10/04/2012

10 Reasons to Believe Blues Can Lift the FA Cup

Losers of both Merseyside derbies in league play, the Toffees have been granted an uncommon third chance to see if this time really is the charm. Everton were their own worst enemies in the previous two encounters, with Jack Rodwell?s red card and David Moyes? conservative selections arguably the difference makers.

But now the story is different: In 2012, Everton have earned a total of 26 points in league. By comparison, Liverpool have only taken nine.
Added on 10/04/2012

Watch Liverpool v Everton in the FA Cup live on ESPN this Saturday

Watch Liverpool v Everton in the FA Cup live on ESPN in the UK from 11am on Saturday 14th April.
Added on 10/04/2012

Anichebe warns Liverpool: Everton are on the rise

Victor Anichebe has warned Liverpool that Everton are on the rise going into their FA Cup semi-final showdown.
Added on 10/04/2012

Road to Wembley: How Everton FC reached the 2011/12 FA Cup semi-final

Everton took full advantage of a few home draws and negotiated a replay away at Sunderland to set up a mouth-watering Wembley tie against Liverpool in the semi-final of the FA Cup.
Added on 10/04/2012

Everton fans should enjoy Jelavic while they can

A slightly jaundiced view of Jelavic's career progression from a Rangers fan suggests the Croatian won't be at Goodison for very long
Added on 09/04/2012

8 Reasons the Blues Can Win FA Cup Semifinal

With Everton playing their best football of the season and Liverpool their worst, the Blue half of Merseyside may start to feel confident about the Wembley tie, but the thought of the 3-0 defeat at Anfield weeks ago is still fresh in the memory.
Added on 02/04/2012

Everton 2 Norwich 1: David Moyes tuning his vintage Darron Gibson?

This bizarre headline accompanied what passes for a match report on Everton's 2 - 0 defeat of West Brom in the dreadful Daily Express.
Added on 02/04/2012

Stand Together and Make A Change

An appeal for Evertonians to take the high road at Wembley next month
Added on 29/03/2012

Supporters' Unfair Ejection from the Stadium of Light

Following Tuesday?s emphatic 2-0 victory over Sunderland, a number of worrying issues have been raised with The Blue Union with regards to the ejection of our several of our fans from The Stadium of Light for what appears to be minor offences.
Added on 29/03/2012

Everton find blueprint for ending Wembley heartache against Liverpool

Everton will need a repeat of the composure, the adventure and the tactics that shattered Sunderland to overcome another facet of their DNA on 14 April.
Added on 28/03/2012

Dominant Blues down sorry Black Cats

A fan's review of the cup win at Sunderland
Added on 28/03/2012

Why Tottenham should stay well away from David Moyes

Harry Redknapp will likely leave the club and stain his career with the England manager?s job ? and that could trigger a series of events which derails all the progress at White Hart Lane. If and when Redknapp leaves, the retention of the squad he has assembled is almost completely reliant on who Daniel Levy names as his successor. This is why mention of David Moyes should be a concern.
Added on 27/03/2012

Will Everton Learn From Their Mistakes? Part I

The questions surrounding the long term future of Everton FC always come back to one subject, the future of Goodison Park.
Added on 23/03/2012

Moyes not yet vindicated for decision to rest players in Anfield defeat

"He has to take the tough decisions for the football club but, if we get a win at Sunderland and then reach the FA Cup final, will he be vindicated? I don't think vindicated is the right word."
Added on 19/03/2012

Have We Squandered Our Best Chance Of Silverware Under Moyes?

Despite taking to the pitch with their strongest team, Everton still lacked creativity and killer-instinct in the crucial final stages of yesterday's FA Cup Quarterfinal tie against Sunderland.
Added on 18/03/2012

How Everton are building a new generation of little boys Blue

David Prentice on the importance of Everton's new policy of cheap entrance for under 16s
Added on 17/03/2012

Why Moyes is making a priority of the FA Cup

"The reason for Moyes becoming one of the very few managers this century to prioritise the FA Cup over league commitments is simply that a prize is on offer in the Cup, and Everton stand one game away from a semi-final at Wembley."
Added on 14/03/2012

David Moyes on ten years in charge of Everton

An entertaining interview with Andy Gray and the crew at TalkSport to celebrate 10 years at Everton.
Added on 12/03/2012

Lies, Damn Lies and Kenwright Statistics

The so-called biggest blue in the world has constantly told lie after lie and yet some people perceive him as ?poor old Bill?. The Mersey Juror will continue to attack the Everton board because it believes they are liars and cheats and something stinks at the club. This piece provides the charge sheet against Bill Kenwright and his shameful litany of lies.
Added on 12/03/2012

Everton 1-0 Spurs ? 5 Point Tactical Deconstruction

The Blues lined up in the accustomed 4-4-1-1 with Jelavic making his debut through the middle supported by Tim Cahill. Seamus Coleman came in ?initially on the left ? with Drenthe on the right. There was a welcome return for Leon Osman and his twinkling toes in central midfield meaning that Phil Neville shifted to right back.
Added on 11/03/2012

Tottenham victory further fuelling the David Moyes myth at Everton

So if Everton can play like they did yesterday, then why are they ninth in the league? If a team can hassle top-level sides so efficiently, and can subdue the most attackingly potent teams in the league, why are they only capable of it against the top 6?
Added on 11/03/2012

10 Things That Would Change with a New Everton Owner

What exactly would change with a new Everton owner? Fans have a general notion that the club would improve, and there?s a lot of truth to that. For more specific examples, consider these 10 things that would change when a new moneybag-laden buyer strolls down Walton Lane.
Added on 10/03/2012

When Moyes leaves Everton it?ll be the end of something big

It?s now been 10 years since David Moyes first appeared barking on the Everton touchline, and he?s still going strong. In fact, the beast has grown stronger, so much so that Mike Calvin and the Life?s A Pitch panel wonders whether it might be time for the Goodison Park boss to take things up a notch and take the reins at a Manchester United or a Chelsea.
Added on 09/03/2012

What to expect from the new Nike Everton kit

Everton will ditch Le Coq Sportif after three years and turn to Nike in a three-year deal. While reports of a 10m bonus for Moyes are reportedly wide of the mark, Everton fans are excited by the news.
Added on 09/03/2012

Long-term managers a thing of Premier League past

David Moyes's Everton tenure puts Andre Villas-Boas's Chelsea sacking into perspective.
Added on 05/03/2012

Moyes's ambition remains strong after 10 years at Everton

'Project' appears to have replaced the word 'club' in the lexicon of many ambitious young managers, but do not expect David Moyes to bandy around such buzzwords.
Added on 05/03/2012

Nevin wants David Moyes to replace AVB

"I would grab Everton's David Moyes in two minutes, get him in there and tell him to start the dynasty." ? Football Analyst Pat Nevin
Added on 04/03/2012

Is Kenwright Hoping To ?Strike it Lucky??

If you wanted to predict the future, you?d state ?if there is a supporter?s protest at Everton Football Club, or if season tickets are up for renewal, the Everton board will come out with a cock-and-bull story regarding 3 or 4 parties interested in buying the club. I?m getting the name Jain.? These days, it is pretty much guaranteed to happen...
Added on 04/03/2012

Everton: A sleeping giant that needs to awake quickly

With the club constantly defying the odds in the league, a great squad of talented players, a top class manager and finances that are restrained, but not awful, Everton will never be a more appealing proposition than now. Investment simply has to come if this giant club is to fully awaken.
Added on 03/03/2012

Credit Everton FC for trying to win back the lost generation

Ian Doyle in the Daily Post applauds Everton's decision to offer cut-price season tickets to junior fans
Added on 02/03/2012

Is Marouane Fellaini the Top Flight?s Most Aggressive Midfielder?

Marouane Fellaini has been in great form lately playing a key role in Everton?s annual mid season up turn in form as the Blues close in on a trip to Wembley. This post takes a look at the Big Belgian?s aggressive style, his strengths and weaknesses and ponder if the club?s record signing is the league?s most aggressive ball winner from central midfield?.
Added on 02/03/2012

Team USA Keeper Talks Italy, Klinsmann, Everton and EPL

US international goalkeeper Tim Howard was back home in Manchester when I caught up with him on Thursday evening ? tired and happy after playing a full part in Team USA's hugely encouraging 1-0 win against Italy.
Added on 01/03/2012

David Moyes and the Enormous Glass Ceiling

This is the crossroads that soon faces David Moyes. He has been the steady hand on the tiller for Everton for a decade now and has rightly been praised for continuing to steer his club to top half finishes when their resources have been significantly weaker than those available to the clubs above them. But for all of this what does Moyes have to tangibly show for his ten years on Merseyside?
Added on 28/02/2012

Royston Drenthe gives Everton an edge, says Tim Howard

Royston Drenthe?s unpredictability can give Everton FC a crucial edge as they bid to continue their recent revival, says Tim Howard.
Added on 23/02/2012

Ferguson fingers Moyes in his Top Six

"At this moment, there are maybe half a dozen managers doing well in the Premier League. David Moyes has been unbelievable. I put him in the top six because what he's done at Everton has been quite miraculous.?
Added on 22/02/2012

Weir enjoying life back at Everton

David Weir insists he is already enjoying life back at Everton, a club he represented for eight years, in a coaching capacity.
Added on 22/02/2012

Holloway backing Everton for glory

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway hopes Everton go on to lift the FA Cup this year after his team were knocked out at Goodison Park.
Added on 19/02/2012

Early goals book Everton a place in quarter-finals

Two goals in the opening six minutes proved enough for Everton to get past Blackpool at Goodison Park and book their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Added on 18/02/2012

Rooney watches Everton in the FA Cup

Once a blue, always a blue... Wayne Rooney pays visit to Goodison Park to watch his old club Everton in the FA Cup.
Added on 18/02/2012

An Everton Fan On How Suarez Exposed The Madness Of Certain Kopites

Liverpool fans have lost it. The whole Suarez affair has tipped them over the edge and exposed them for the lunatics they are. An Everton fan explains how he knew what they were like all along...
Added on 17/02/2012

Big Denis can be the new Big Dunc at Everton

Argentine striker Denis Stracqualarsi has shown encouraging signs of progress in recent months at Goodison. Can he emulate Duncan Ferguson?
Added on 17/02/2012

Moyes is good enough to manage Man Utd

That's what Ian Holloway thinks in the now usual pre-match managerial back-slapping session
Added on 17/02/2012

Everton have criminally underachieved this season

For Everton it perpetually seems to be a season of two halves. The trend goes that they play like utter dross until January, then suddenly become amazing. Recent wins against Man City and Chelsea suggest that they?re at it again.
Added on 17/02/2012

Which Premier League Club should you support?

A flow-chart approach to choosing your most suited team
Added on 16/02/2012

Drenthe?s benching is a terrible defeat for entertainment

Everton?s re-signing of Steven Pienaar in the final seconds of the January transfer window may well spell the end of Royston Drenthe?s long-term hopes of remaining at Everton, and is the latest example of the David Moyes mantra of perspiration over inspiration.
Added on 09/02/2012

Pienaar: Time at Tottenham was ?killing my spirit?

Steven Pienaar has admitted that his time at Tottenham spent largely sitting on the bench, watching others play, was killing his spirit.
Added on 02/02/2012

A Tale of Two Stadiums

The failed Kings Dock and the Etihad... read it and literally weep
Added on 29/01/2012

Prentice: Stracqualursi is a cult hero in the making

David Prentice sees encouraging signs in the Argentine after he notches his first goal for Everton.
Added on 29/01/2012

Liverpool Senior Cup semi-final revisits the original Merseyside derby

Everton meet Bootle, a fixture that was hotly contested 13 decades ago in the days before Liverpool FC!
Added on 29/01/2012

Why Everton must buy Landon Donovan

Matt Cheetham: On the pitch, Donovan is already eclipsing many of his team-mates? feats and with his pace, direct approach and whole-hearted commitment, and he has once again been a breath of fresh air at Everton
Added on 28/01/2012

Regeneration in practice: Liverpool to create football quarter

Council leader Joe Anderson on the regenerative potential for north Liverpool of the proposed Football Quarter.
Added on 27/01/2012

Deconstructing Drenthe: Royston's Half-Time Report

This short piece at the Executioner's Bong blog looks at the impact Royston Drenthe has made since coming to the club in the summer.
Added on 25/01/2012

Why Landon Donovan Should Sign Permanently with Everton

Landon Donovan is the type of player who plays up to the occasion. He plays his best in pressure situations. To be perfectly honest, his talent is wasted in MLS. I think the league is growing quickly, but it can't even compare to the top European leagues at the moment. If the USMNT wants to be successful, they need their best player in the best league in the world. Honestly, if I were Donovan, I would want to prove that I could play well every week in the best league in the world. I'm surprised such a motivated player wouldn't have that desire.
Added on 22/01/2012

Three ways Everton could overcome their financial position

In a nutshell, youth, Asia, the lower divisions...
Added on 19/01/2012

Why Prem chief Scudamore is wrong to rubbish 'incestuous, meaningless' US sport

Oliver Holt in the Mirror highlights the strength of US sport and the NFL in particular where a culture of equality and, in the case of the Green Bay, fan ownership, serves an example to the uncompetitive Premier League
Added on 17/01/2012

Explaining the confusing world of Everton's cash transfer spend

A United fan offers "this is slightly dweeby analysis of Everton's transfer spending that attempts to explain why the figures quoted by EFC Chief Executive Robert Elstone and published in the club accounts do tie in with reality."
Added on 17/01/2012

Everyone has a price?

Stating the case for Tim Cahill's status as Everton legend and for keeping faith with the Australian forward
Added on 16/01/2012

The return of Scholes sealed Gibson's fate

Paul Scholes's return signalled the end of Darron Gibson's Manchester United career.
Added on 13/01/2012

A half-season of frustration

Everton Club Focus - Toffees' half-season report tells a story of frustration and a lack of firepower.
Added on 11/01/2012

Slowly Destroying Football Crowds

A poorly-written article highlights the dwindling crowds for last weekend's FA Cup games, and downtrends in the EPL as well...
Added on 09/01/2012

Moyes admits FA Cup is losing its shine

?Unfortunately I probably have to say yes,? he replied. ?I watched the game on the telly today (Birmingham 0 Wolves 0, with huge banks of empty seats)...
Added on 09/01/2012

Home comforts are hard to find for Everton FC fans

"They are the stay-away fans, once match-going regulars who are choosing not to attend games and alarmingly their numbers are growing all the time."
Added on 08/01/2012

iPitch: Apple Prepares Bid For EPL TV Rights

Could California-based tech titan Apple be preparing to use some of its $82bn in cash reserves to bid against BSkyB and ESPN for broadcasting rights to the English Premier League?
Added on 07/01/2012

Everton's Blueprint for Oblivion

Colin Fitzpatrick spells out the failings of the Kenwright regime for an audience beyond the Everton fan base
Added on 07/01/2012

Is this why Howard didn't celebrate?

Perhaps Howard remembered that he had suffered a similar fate himself in between the posts for Manchester United's reserves six years ago.
Added on 06/01/2012

Tamworth plotting Cup upset against Everton

Marcus Law, the sharp, ambitious young manager at Tamworth, is convinced that, as his team prepare to face Everton in the FA Cup on Saturday, a certain Gwyneth Paltrow romcom can tell them much about the task in hand.
Added on 06/01/2012

10 Point Tactical Post-mortem on the Bolton defeat

Analysis of the home defeat to Bolton
Added on 05/01/2012

5 Point Tactical Plan for Bolton

Tactical Analysis from the Executioner's Bong
Added on 04/01/2012

Santa Claus Is An Everton Fan

"The whole Father Christmas strategy represented my mum?s last ditch attempt to wrest me away from the claws of Liverpool FC."
Added on 02/01/2012

Everton Half-Term Report: ?We Can?t Tread Water Forever?

No investment, negative tactics, and slipping down the Prem, right now is not exactly a good time to be an Everton fan.
Added on 02/01/2012

Everton on brink of 1000 EPL points

Everton are poised to pass the 1000-point landmark in the Premier League era ? the last of the seven ever-present clubs to do so.
Added on 30/12/2011

Louis Saha: Striking Struggles

Matt Cheetham covers the struggles of the Everton striker
Added on 29/12/2011

Penalty gift masks forward failings

Louis Saha and Tim Cahill have scored one league goal between them in 2011-12.
Added on 27/12/2011

Expert Everton Opinion for Black Cats

Ahead of the game at the Stadium of Light on Monday, acclaimed Everton author James Corbett has been giving a Sunderland fansite his views on the state of the club.
Added on 24/12/2011

Time to drop Tim Cahill

He's been a hero at Everton for years, but without goals he adds little but tenacity and forces a certain style of play on the team. Thanks for the memories, Tim, but it's time for a change...
Added on 18/12/2011

An Everton Loan is Not Good Enough for Donovan

"...but a permanent one is" says Michael Lewis
Added on 18/12/2011

Kenwright is using Donovan to pull the wool over Evertonian eyes

"There's going to be a great deal of attention paid to Donovan and Everton for the next two months, which is exactly what Bill Kenwright and his 'Knights of the Idiotic Table' want."
Added on 17/12/2011

Will industrial decline stem flow of successful Scottish managers?

Certain characteristics are common to most of the successful Scots. Chief among these is an old-fashioned working-class resilience, work ethic and sense of authority born of a background associated with mining or heavy industry.
Added on 17/12/2011

Donovan a difference-maker for Everton

Everton improved across the board when Donovan got there [in 2010]...
Added on 16/12/2011

Our look at Everton?s accounts

RBM writers Darren Melling and Daniel Miller give their take on where Everton are and where the club is headed.
Added on 15/12/2011

5 Point Tactical Plan for Norwich

The Executioner's Bong provides his 5-Point Tactical Plan for tackling Norwich City
Added on 15/12/2011

Why Landon Donovan should join Everton

"He is already a club legend and has won almost every trophy he possibly could with the Los Angeles Galaxy. It is time for him to move on and make his mark with Everton FC."
Added on 14/12/2011

Graeme Sharp is a Creep

The Mersey Juror lays into the Everton Fans' Liasion Officer, no holds barred!
Added on 09/12/2011

A 5-Point Tactical Plan for Arsenal

Just what it says on the can...
Added on 08/12/2011

Tim Cahill has hardly touched the ball this season

Opta stats show Cahill in the top 20 for fewest touches of the ball recently: has managed 388 touches in his 822 minutes of football this season ? an average of less than 43 every game.
Added on 07/12/2011

Anfield derby now a lunchtime kick-off

The Anfield derby in February will now kick-off at 12:45 on Saturday, 25 February, and will be shown live on Sky Sports... but will be postponed should Liverpool reach the Carling Cup Final, which is also that weekend.
Added on 02/12/2011

A 5-Point Tactical Plan to beat Stoke City

Patience will be key on Sunday but it won?t be pretty. Both sides are in the league?s top 5 in terms of fouls conceded so the game will unquestionably be scrappy.
Added on 02/12/2011

Toffees next in line for take-over?

If Everton fail to bring in new cash flow, then their only option will be to offload their best players; Mikel Arteta?s sale to Arsenal makes it a bit more believable that the aforementioned key players could also move on, either because of wages, or due to the club?s desperate need for funds.
Added on 01/12/2011

When We Were Good: Everton In 1985

Few fans get to enjoy what Evertonians experienced in 1985; that sense of invincibility and belief that anything was possible.
Added on 28/11/2011

Why no Red for Coleman elbow?

Seamus Coleman should have seen red after elbowing me in the head, insists Bolton defender Robinson.
Added on 28/11/2011

Temporary store open at Metquarter

Graeme Sharp & Lord Grantchester were on hand at the opening of a temporary Everton store at Metquarter on Thursday. The store, which is open four days a week until December 23, will showcase pieces from the Everton Collection as well as selling club memorabilia and one-off pieces.
Added on 25/11/2011

Ballon D?Oh Nominations 2011: Everton?s Tim Howard And His Camouflage Disaster

Initially there was a general acceptance of this camouflage horror show. People mistakenly thought it was a tribute to the troops in Afghanistan. However, as it slowly became clear that it wasn?t, the sheer incredulous disbelief began to spread. By the time he trotted out onto the hallowed Goodison Park turf it became painfully obvious that this was a ?fashion? decision made by the marketing chimps at the club...
Added on 24/11/2011

Help make Echo coverage of Everton right for you!

The Echo launches its Viewpoints readers' survey:
Added on 22/11/2011

Everton Football Club For Sale

Some wag called Simon in Spain has obviously been either employed by Blue Bill or has a keen sense of humour!
Added on 22/11/2011

5-Point Tactical Deconstruction

At least somebody understands the Moyes approach to negative football...
Added on 20/11/2011

Blues March... Who's Arsed?

At his 'no holds barred' blog, Frank Hargreaves previews today's march by summarizing events this week, as he sees them...
Added on 20/11/2011

Wolves... a comparison

A club with real ambition, doing the kind of stadium redevelopment Everton could've done years ago, but we were told was impossible...
Added on 19/11/2011

Everton Must Attack

Shoot's Everton blogger looks for Everton, and especially Rodwell, to play a bit further up the field.
Added on 16/11/2011

From the Heart

A review of where the Blue Union has taken its protest in the first three months since its inception
Added on 15/11/2011

Everton fans plan peaceful demonstration

The Blue Union are planning a second peaceful protest march near Goodison Park this weekend after they were given clearance by Merseyside Police to march prior to Saturday's Premier League game against Wolves.
Added on 14/11/2011

Everton U-18s 2 - 4 Manchester City U-18s

Everton U-18's were blown away by a three-goal blitz from Man City U-18s at Finch Farm but fought back with two goals in the second half, only to succumb to an injury-time goal that sealed it for the Mancs.
Added on 13/11/2011

Jagielka can't blame poor form on missing Arteta

Phil Jagielka believes there are are enough good players in the side to make up for the loss of Mikel Arteta, but they are low on confidence after losing six of the last seven games.
Added on 11/11/2011

Moyes should have left Everton when the going was good

David Moyes owes Everton nothing. He has given it his all, and, when the time comes, should be allowed to walk away, with his head held high.
Added on 10/11/2011

Would Everton have won the European Cup?

The age-old question, the answer to which we'll never know thanks to the Heysel ban
Added on 09/11/2011

'A lot of things are missing' ? Moyes

David Moyes believes there are ?a lot of things missing? from his Everton team after they slipped to a sixth defeat in seven games at the weekend.
Added on 08/11/2011

Moyes keen to see new buyer

David Moyes believes it is crucial Everton attract new investment if they are to compete with the teams at the top of the Premier League.
Added on 05/11/2011

Everton were interested in Demba Ba

David Moyes admits he was previously interested in signing Demba Ba as Everton prepare to take on the in-form striker at Newcastle on Saturday.
Added on 05/11/2011

Newcastle v Everton ? Tactical Preview

Saturday?s early kick off sees us journey north for a match against (insert cliche) the Premier League?s ?surprise package? Newcastle United who will be putting their unbeaten record on the line a fixture the Blues were victorious in last season
Added on 03/11/2011

ToffeeTunes: Poor Everton

I went through a bunch of songs and created complicated reasons why they portrayed Everton's current situation. Then for some reason, I was listening to Royksopp later on and this seemed like the perfect song. Think deeper than the surface, people.
Added on 03/11/2011

The Kenwright Delusion

Steven Maunder guest writes over at Football Fix with a withering assessment of the Kenwright regime
Added on 02/11/2011

The epic Everton takeover article

Tom Mallows chronicles the numerous and disparate internet pages chattering about the imminence or otherwise of an Everton takeover...
Added on 01/11/2011

What impact will the EPPP have on English football?

Will the Elite Player Performance Plan ? the most comprehensive overhaul of youth football in the history of England's professional game ? hurt smaller clubs?
Added on 01/11/2011

Cash in... or Moyes to Spurs next summer

Why Everton need to find some cash from somewhere, or risk losing Moyes to Spurs next summer
Added on 31/10/2011

Heitinga admits Blues are falling behind

Johnny Heitinga admitted Everton?s form against the Premier League?s top clubs has suffered a worrying dip so far this season ? but insists they will recapture their defiance.
Added on 31/10/2011

Uninspired Toffees toil to Man Utd defeat

Everton fell to their fifth Premier League defeat of the season against Manchester United on Saturday in a game which put the Toffees? deficiencies under a glaring spotlight.
Added on 31/10/2011

Saha blames boots for not scoring

On Twitter, Louis Saha has blamed his boots following his Everton side?s 1-0 defeat on Saturday: "#gutted with result. Wrong boots today,? the Frenchman said.
Added on 30/10/2011

5 Tactical Points on Everton 0-1 Manchester United

There was an air of inevitability about this one. The Blues huffed and puffed a lot but were kept at arms length for the most part by a stubborn United rearguard marshalled superbly by the commanding Vidic. This was a much improved display to the feeble spanking at the Bridge though and with some winnable fixtures coming up ? plus the return of Rosyton ? the onus is now on the Blues to put some form together between now and the festive period.
Added on 30/10/2011

Rooney will always be 'a traitor'

Sir Alex Ferguson admits Wayne Rooney will always be "a traitor" in the eyes of Everton fans.
Added on 29/10/2011

Kendall: Mucha shouldn't have played

Howard Kendall believes that goalkeeper is one position you don't rotate, particularly against a team like Chelsea.
Added on 29/10/2011

The Battle of the Wounded Tigers

The fortunes of Everton and Manchester United couldn't be further apart in terms of silverware and cash to spend on players but this weekend both clubs will be looking to pick themselves up from demoralising defeats.
Added on 28/10/2011

How Goodison Park has become a danger zone for United

Sir Alex Ferguson is looking for a response from his players following their 6-1 home defeat to Manchester City but he must get it at Goodison Park which has become a tricky place to go for United in recent seasons.
Added on 28/10/2011

Everton and the League Cup: A Miserable History

Sabotage Times summarise Everton's poor record in the only major domestic competition that haven't won
Added on 27/10/2011

Baxter's Tranmere loan extension confirmed

Tranmere have extended forward Jose Baxter's loan from parent club Everton by another month.
Added on 27/10/2011

BBC's Conor McNamara ejected from Goodison Park

BBC football commentator Conor McNamara is ejected from Everton's Goodison Park live on air following the Toffees' 2-1 Carling Cup defeat to Chelsea.
Added on 27/10/2011

Everton v Chelsea Carling Cup preview

Added on 25/10/2011

Stracqualursi not exactly a workaholic

Denis Stracqualursi has revealed: ?I was a layabout and didn?t finish school. I didn?t want to work either. I helped my uncle once ? he was a refrigerator fixer. I had to start at 8, but I used to arrive at 10.?
Added on 25/10/2011

Everton Announce Goodison Bottle Ban

Everton has introduced a ban on bottles being taken into the seated areas at Goodison Park in a bid to protect the safety of supporters.
Added on 25/10/2011

Jack Rodwell?s the lad to sting Chelsea

?Chelsea are obviously a great side so we won?t be taking anything for granted. But hopefully our fans will get behind us and we can put on a performance.?
Added on 25/10/2011

Louis Saha returns to haunt Everton Fulham

This strange headline in the Independent is rather misleading...

Former Fulham striker Louis Saha returned to haunt his former club this afternoon with a late goal which inspired Everton to a dramatic victory at Craven Cottage.
Added on 23/10/2011

Johnson targets 'special' goal v Everton

Added on 22/10/2011

Everton Training Session (Gallery)

Everton Training Session 21st October 2011, in pictures...
Added on 21/10/2011

Fulham v Everton

Added on 21/10/2011

Fulham fixture of great importance

Added on 21/10/2011

Fulham v Everton Tactical Preview

Added on 21/10/2011

Neville to battle for Everton start

Added on 20/10/2011

Kevin Langley leaves Northwich Villa

Added on 20/10/2011

Beckford finally scores for Leicester

Added on 19/10/2011

Sven says: 'Don't judge Jermaine Beckford'

Added on 19/10/2011

Parry would like to keep Baxter longer

Added on 19/10/2011

McFadden move smacks of desperation

David Prentice on the acquisition of ex-Blue James McFadden for the remainder of 2011-12.
Added on 18/10/2011

Hillsborough Parliamentary Debate

Twenty two years after that fateful day in the spring of 1989 the families involved in the Hillsborough campaign for justice finally heard the cross-party support for the truth to be revealed reverberate around the very heart of government, the chamber in the House of Commons.
Added on 17/10/2011

Blue Union unveils its website

Added on 17/10/2011

Moyes calls Rooney ban a joke

Everton manager believes Uefa punishment is excessive ? Moyes says it might be better to leave Rooney at home
Added on 14/10/2011

Chelsea v Everton: Tactical Preview & Statistical Analysis

The Blues head to Stamford Bridge this weekend looking to stretch their unbeaten run against Chelsea to 8 games in a fixture which has yielded 6 successive draws ?
Added on 13/10/2011

Government request changes to football governance

KEIOC summarize the latest government recommendations on key issues like football ownership, transparency and the role of agents
Added on 12/10/2011

A recipe for the rich to get richer

David Conn in The Guardian with a sobering assessment of where the Premier League is heading based on Liverpool's new drive to scrap revenue sharing of international TV revenue
Added on 12/10/2011

10 January transfer targets for Everton

Landon Donovan is included in Bleacher Report's list of potential transfer targets for Everton in January's transfer window
Added on 11/10/2011

Everton facing up to harsh economic realities

KEIOC cite Trevor Birch's assessment that Premier League clubs are cutting back their costs in the face of increasing financial pressures
Added on 11/10/2011

Arteta: Spirit in Everton's dressing room is the best

Added on 07/10/2011

Arteta did not undergo medical before joining Arsenal

Added on 07/10/2011

Doncaster ready to pounce for Dan Gosling with Newcastle set to release midfielder on loan

Added on 06/10/2011

Dan Gosling: Was he better off at Everton?

Added on 06/10/2011

Bill Kenwright admits club will lose up to 5 million a year waiting for a new owner to emerge

Added on 06/10/2011

Atkinson awaits fate after Rodwell's red card is rescinded

Martin Atkinson is waiting to discover whether Jack Rodwell's successful appeal against his red card in the Merseyside derby will lead to the official's temporary demotion from the Premier League.
Added on 04/10/2011

The Blue Union in The Times

KEOIC claim that a journalist with The Times was banned from obtaining quotes from Everton players after the derby for including an article by the Blue Union last Saturday
Added on 04/10/2011

Pub landlady wins foreign TV battle

Portsmouth pub owner, Karen Murphy, who took her case about being able to screen Premier League matches with a foreign satellite decoder to the European Court of Justice, has been successful. The decision could trigger a major shake-up for the Premier League and pave the way to cheaper viewing of foreign broadcasts for fans of top-flight English games.
Added on 04/10/2011

Blue Union piece in The Times

On Saturday 1 October 2011, an article containing a piece by KEIOC?s secretary appeared in The Times; apparently the journalist was subsequently banned from obtaining quotes from Everton?s players after the game.
Added on 03/10/2011

Liverpool planned to snatch Baines

Leighton Baines has revealed that Liverpool hatched a plan to snatch him away from Everton during the summer transfer window. But Baines says that despite the interest from Liverpool, there was only one place he wanted to play his football.
Added on 03/10/2011

Neville calls for Rodwell to be cleared

Phil Neville is hopeful Jack Rodwell's red card in the Merseyside derby will be rescinded.
Added on 03/10/2011

It's Liverpool or Everton ? you don't do both, says Leighton Baines

For Everton's left-back Leighton Baines the Merseyside divide is one only your father can cross
Added on 01/10/2011

We couldn't afford Adam, admits Moyes

The 216th Merseyside derby is being billed as a match between the haves and the have-nots.
Added on 01/10/2011

How 25 years of poor planning left Merseyside trailing Manchester

Louise Taylor assesses the gulf that's opened up between the respective clubs of Manchester and Liverpool against a socio-economic backdrop that helped create it
Added on 30/09/2011

Derby memories: Rare pictures from the Echo archive

Echo slideshow ? with YNWA warning
Added on 30/09/2011

Everton to open School of Science?

Everton are looking to become one of the first football clubs in the country to open a free school under the government scheme.
Added on 29/09/2011

Two years since Everton lost two in a row

Remarkable statistic could bode well for Goodison derby
Added on 28/09/2011

Saha can still be a game-changer for EFC

Louis Saha can still transform Everton FC's season with his goal-scoring ability, according to Sylvain Distin.
Added on 27/09/2011

Hahnemann: I definitely didn't join Everton for the money

Listen again to Marcus Hahnemann's interview
Added on 27/09/2011

How the Barca ownership model might work for Everton

Peter Bottomley at Dixie's 60 analyses a Times article that presents the case for fan ownership of football clubs
Added on 26/09/2011

Life is getting tougher for the have-nots

Lee Dixon assesses Everton's prospects ahead of the trip to moneybags Manchester City
Added on 25/09/2011

Bill Kenwright gets cheers but fans? anger still grows

Added on 14/09/2011

Use Your Voice

Added on 14/09/2011

Everton gripped by identity crisis as People take on Club

Added on 14/09/2011

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