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It almost seems as though the Football Association has gone out of its way to make life as difficult for itself as possible with their decision to charge Oumar Niasse with “successful deception of a match official” in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Crystal Palace.
His Blue credentials made him the ideal interim coach but the limited options for Koeman's successor mean he could stay in charge for longer than expected...
Pete Jones tells the story of Everton's James Roy, a promising left half from Edinburgh and how it parallels those of the war poets Siegfried Sassoon, Robert Graves and Wilfred Owen all of whom had Merseyside connections.
The story of the Welsh centre-half who at one time was keeping Goodison great T.G. Jones out of the Everton team.
An excerpt from Faith Of Our Families: Everton An Oral History 1878-2018, published by deCoubertin Books
A narrow loss at Stamford Bridge — or rather the performance that went with it — at least showed that the fight, the spirit, the organisation and the belief can be there to start putting wins on the board in the near future.
12 October 2017 marks the centenary of the birth of Thomas George Ronald Jones in Queensferry, Flintshire. The tall, quiet son of a Connah’s Quay coal merchant would find his footballing feet at Wrexham F.C. but he would achieve immortality at Goodison Park.
One thing Everton have seemed to lack over the course of the season so far is pace and energy. So, could youth be the answer during these troubled times?
The next installment of Real Footballers' Wives features Rosemary Hurst, wife of Everton's John
The life and times of Peter Meehan, yet another import from Scotland in Everton's early history
a chapter from Jim Koeghan's latest book, Everton's Greatest Games: The Toffees' Fifty Finest Matches which covers standout fixtures from a club history stuffed with great occasions and memorable encounters.
Four years ago, the club removed our cherished motto from the crest. They reinstated it following howls of protest from supporters but if Farhad’s latest “statement” is any indication, it never made it back into the mission statement of the Board of Directors
Everton should be doing more to keep hold of Barkley, or at least put him to use this season.
To say we expected a hell of lot more this season is an understatement and it calls into question the likelihood of success for Ronald’s three-year Everton “project”.
The wonderfully named Smart Atkinson Arridge was one of Everton’s first Welsh international players
The latest installment of Real Footballers' Wives features Norma Vernon, wife of Everton goalscoring legend Roy.
Everton’s transfer deadline-day had an annoying sense of déjà vu last Thursday when the window closed without the club being able to land much-needed reinforcements.
By being the first man to captain both Everton Football Club and their local rivals Liverpool, Andrew Hannah holds a unique position in Merseyside folklore.
Ahead of Sunday's trip to Stamford Bridge, we spoke with Chelsea HQ to get their angle on a fixture that has provided plenty of drama in recent years but which Everton haven't won since 1994.
As with all Premier League clubs, injuries are an ongoing concern for Everton but there are no good resources that show the actual impact that injuries to certain players have on our season. We’ve teamed up with CL Legal, who have tracked all the injuries to Everton players over the past eight seasons which actually forced the player to miss games.
Gylfi Sigurdsson's arrival doesn't necessarily mean an end to Evertonian longing
for the No.10 slot to be filled but he potentially has the talent to operate as the all-important central position behind the striker(s).
Jack Sharp sits in exalted company as one of England’s few dual cricket and football internationals. To Evertonians he is much more than that – an iconic player, captain, FA Cup winner, club director and founder of Liverpool’s best known sports outfitters.
On the cusp of a major leap forward for Everton, Ross Barkley, the diamond of the club’s academy, has decided to jump ship. It’s a sad day for many Evertonians; an indifferent day for many others.
Another Scottish import to Goodison Park, the forward would go on to make FA Cup history.
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