The first part of the History tells about the creation
and early days of the club, before the English League was created.
Everton's first decades in the League. During
this time, Everton won two Championships and the FA Cup.
Features some of the finest players who ever played
for Everton (and anywhere in England): William Ralph "Dixie"
Dean, Tommy Lawton, Joe Mercer and others.
Presents a less illustrious chapter in the club's
past, including details of the last occasion
Everton spent any time outside England's top division.
The 1960's are generally viewed as "The Golden
Era" among Evertonians. During Harry Catterick's reign, Everton were
always contending for honours.
A grim decade for Evertonians, as the other lot across
the park were winning everything, while Everton failed to get any
Howard Kendall's first spell as a manager was
everything Evertonians could hope for, including our first European
Details on how, from winning the Championship in 1987,
Everton slid to become a relegation-threatened club in mere seven years.
Portrays the tumultuous period for Joe Royle in
charge, which includes the famous FA Cup win over Manchester United in
New managers appear; the same fears remain. Neither Kendall III nor
Smith provide the answers that Everton need.
David Moyes steadies the ship and brings about a decade of stability but falls just short of winning silverware or irrevocably breaking the glass ceiling to the top four.
Roberto Martinez has Evertonians celebrating the "reopening" of the School of Science but the former Wigan boss's old habits reared their heads and his tenure ended in disappointment within three years.
Farhad Moshiri's search for success and star power takes him through three different managerial appointments but end up with only more under-performance on the pitch despite an unprecedented outlay on players.
The early parts of this history were originally written by Hans Fyhrqvist for the Everton Supporters Club
Finland fanzine Bullens Bulletin, in Finnish., with loose translation undertaken by Marko Poutiainento produce it for the Web in the 1990s with proof-reading and additional writing by Michael Kenrick and Lyndon Lloyd, with the latter handling the parts detailing 2002 onwards.
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