Wishing our readers, followers, members and all Evertonians everywhere a wonderful Christmas and all the very best for 2018!

As ever, thank you for your support and readership. May the New Year exceed all expectations and see our beloved club firmly back on the road to where it belongs – challenging at the very top of the game.

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Jimmy Salt
1 Posted 25/12/2017 at 09:43:44
Merry Christmas.
Dermot Byrne
2 Posted 25/12/2017 at 09:48:00
All the best to you too, and thanks for great site!
John Raftery
3 Posted 25/12/2017 at 10:30:56
Happy Christmas to one and all. Thanks to Lyndon and Michael for maintaining high standards throughout the year. Three points tomorrow will do nicely.
Laurie Hartley
4 Posted 25/12/2017 at 11:34:12
Thanks Michael & Lyndon for this site – a source of great pleasure for us Toffee Webbers.

All the best to you and yours on Christmas Day and into the New Year.

Gerry Quinn
5 Posted 25/12/2017 at 12:23:42
Seasons Greetings to you both, Michael and Lyndon – and genuine thanks for the fabulous work you both put in to keep us moaning and whining... and, of course, all the very best wishes to those ToffeeWebbers wherever they may be.
Frank Wade
6 Posted 25/12/2017 at 12:36:27
Wishing all the ToffeeWeb family a Happy Christmas. Special thanks once again to Michael and Lyndon for adding so much to our Everton lives.
steve woods
7 Posted 25/12/2017 at 12:42:24
A merry Christmas and fabulous 2018 to you and yours, I echo those comments above in thanking you for the great resource that is ToffeeWeb.
Alan Bodell
8 Posted 25/12/2017 at 12:46:05
Happy Xmas and a big thankyou for providing me with a great site to go to every day.
Michael Penley
9 Posted 25/12/2017 at 13:24:00
I'm not sure this message is appropriate considering we didn't get a Happy Ramadan message or Happy Magha Puja Day. I guess Buddhists and Muslims aren't welcome at ToffeeWeb.
Alan Bodell
10 Posted 25/12/2017 at 13:35:23
#9, Well maybe because it's not fucking Ramadan or Happy Puja Day, is it?
Frank Wade
11 Posted 25/12/2017 at 13:36:33
Michael Penley, I look forward to your all-inclusive greetings to all nations and creeds in 2018. Don't let me down.
Michael Penley
12 Posted 25/12/2017 at 13:38:50
#10 Well then I'll be anticipating ToffeeWeb's message when it is.
Dermot Byrne
13 Posted 25/12/2017 at 13:43:57
Michael... are you a Buddhist or Muslim? One thing, you are a Blue.

I suspect both communities would not get too upset and see a goodwill message for what it is and recognise that even if we have different beliefs and none, the thing that brings us together is being blue (apols to Labour voters).

In that spirit, Happy Day!

Alan Bodell
14 Posted 25/12/2017 at 13:59:26
#12. Wow, the site will probably crash when all the goodwill messages flow in eh?

Please just accept the happiness of the day without trying to be so clever with this PC bollocks.

Don Alexander
15 Posted 25/12/2017 at 14:03:03
Happy Christmas Blues!

And Michael Penley, that's a cracker you've pulled.

John G Davies
16 Posted 25/12/2017 at 14:16:17

It's the crap joke out of a Christmas cracker. Muslims and all other faiths would be embarrassed by it. PC draws attention to a divide most people don't see unless it's pointed out.

All the best to all Blues everywhere.

Len Hawkins
17 Posted 25/12/2017 at 14:23:19
There's always someone who has to bring religion into Christmas!

Can we just not celebrate it for what it really is – a money-making, over-indulgent, ale-swigging, sprout-eating, flatulence-making, fake-goods-buying time of goodwill to all men and as many women as possible?

Just remember, you who work with photocopiers, when you go back that they are probably full of germs after the rest of the office have had their bare ring pieces on it – please wash your hands.

Other than that, a Very Merry Xmas to Evertonians everywhere.

John Daley
18 Posted 25/12/2017 at 14:50:25
Seeing as though Muslims are encouraged to curb negative thoughts and emotions such as anger and jealousy and give swearing, moaning and gossiping the heave-ho during the month of Ramadan, then surely they would be taking a right risk popping on here in that period.

"Dear ToffeeWeb,

I was delighted to see your recent 'Happy Ramadan' greeting and it hooked me into giving the rest of your site a good scan.

It was there I read about how Everton recently had no shots on target at home, saw a picture of Robert Elstone smirking like he'd just removed Scarlet Johansson from his face, and rubbed my eyes in disbelief as some random bloke said he believes every Evertonian should name their firstborn Billy 'The Kid' Kenwright. Now, I'm sat here stuffing my face with a big bag of beef crisps and a swear jar full to the brim.

Fuck you, ToffeeWeb, for rewinding my Ramadan. I'll have to start all over again now. Stick to 'Merry Christmas' next time, you complete pack of meffs."

Jay Harris
19 Posted 25/12/2017 at 15:01:54
Happy Xmas to Blues of any persuasion, colour or creed.

May the world be blessed with peace in 2018 and Everton blessed with a trophy or two.

Special wishes to Michael and Lyndon for producing and maintaining what is without argument one of the best websites on the net be it sport or otherwise.

Best wishes to all.

Tony Abrahams
20 Posted 25/12/2017 at 15:14:33
Thanks for your time, Lyndon and Michael, and I wish you both a great Christmas Day, along with everyone else who uses this highly addictive website!

Peace and goodwill, a time for both remembering the past, and looking to the future, with better times ahead for "Our Everton" hopefully!

Dave Lynch
21 Posted 25/12/2017 at 15:27:28
I would just like to express my gratitude to Michael and Lyndon for the hard work and dedication they have put into the site over the last 12 months.

Your efforts are greatly appreciated lads.

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
Raymond Fox
22 Posted 25/12/2017 at 15:29:53
Happy Christmas everyone.

Micheal #9 well done, you've won a prize for the most stupid comment these last 12 months. I think we all bend over backwards quite enough for other denominations in the UK.

While I am not a practicing Christian, it's a pity that the Bible as an example of how to conduct yourself is not celebrated more at Christmas time. It's a wonderful event for children, but its been hijacked and become a huge commercial event.

Whatever, the thread was not meant to be political.

Alex Bonnar
23 Posted 25/12/2017 at 15:55:12
A very Happy Christmas and Healthy New Year to all ToffeeWebbers.
Barry McNally
24 Posted 25/12/2017 at 16:06:05
Happy Christmas and New Year to all at ToffeeWeb – keep up the great work!! NSNO.
Dave Abrahams
25 Posted 25/12/2017 at 16:07:37
A big thank you to Michael and Lyndon for keeping this site flowing throughout the year and best wishes and a happy Christmas time to all Blues everywhere.
Amit Vithlani
26 Posted 25/12/2017 at 16:26:19
Merry Christmas / Good tidings to to Lyndon, Michael and the ToffeeWeb Community from here in Africa.

Amit, Mita and Riday Vithlani

Ray Atherton
27 Posted 25/12/2017 at 16:32:58

A big thank you to Lyndon and Michael for our
great ToffeeWeb site.

Merry Christmas to you and your families. Also
all the Blue ToffeeWebbers.

Stephen Brown
28 Posted 25/12/2017 at 16:49:35
Thank you Michael and Lyndon for this superb site!

Keep up the brilliant work and looking forward to the articles on the 2018 FA Cup win!

Dave Brierley
29 Posted 25/12/2017 at 16:57:16
Happy Christmas to all.
Big thanks to Lyndon and Michael.
Look forward to even more positive stuff in the New Year.
Ajay Gopal
30 Posted 25/12/2017 at 17:04:18
Happy Christmas, fellow ToffeeWebbers, and have a great 2018 ahead. Thank you all for your company, and gratitude to Michael and Lyndon for giving us this hangout. Up the Blues (as Ken says)!
Alan Bodell
31 Posted 25/12/2017 at 17:04:33
Amit (#26), love your posts and a big happy Evertonian Xmas to you and yours mate.
Paul Ferry
32 Posted 25/12/2017 at 17:17:31
Warm Merry Xmas to Lyndon and Michael and your families. Thanks for all you do for us. It's very hard to imagine life without you both and your fabulous site.

And Merry Xmas to everyone who visits this site. I hope that each and everyone of you has a fabulous day and the New Year that you want.

John G Davies
33 Posted 25/12/2017 at 17:28:09
Michael, Lyndon.

Keep up the good work.
All the very best to the both of you.

Mike Gaynes
34 Posted 25/12/2017 at 17:31:10
Season's Greetings to the whole TW mob!

Paul Tran
35 Posted 25/12/2017 at 17:44:57
Happy Christmas to all Blues. Thanks to Michael & Lyndon for running the best footy site on the web!

Stan Schofield
36 Posted 25/12/2017 at 22:34:06
All the best to Evertonians everywhere, and particularly to Michael and Lyndon for doing such a brilliant job on this great site.
Mike Galley
38 Posted 29/12/2017 at 22:18:12
Would just like to add to the appreciation for Michael and Lyndon for keeping this website on the go. For me, and I'm sure a lot of other blues, the goto Everton website.

Oh, and can I wish all blues, far and wide, a Toffeetastic New Year!

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