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As soon as David Vaughan bundled Nikica Jelavic’s shot into his own goal at Sunderland, Wembley has been the only thing on Evertonians’ minds.
And as soon as we’d put the finishing touches to the match report on evertonfc.com, the same has been true for the website team.
We’ve put together a tonne of pre-match content for you to enjoy.
There’s interviews with...
It’s back! Seven days later than we bargained for, but it’s back!
The Premier League may well have resumed last Saturday, but for me and the rest of the Everton faithful, the ‘opening weekend’ - as dubbed by journalists and football fanatics alike - just didn’t seem the same without the Blues in action. The ‘real’ opening weekend, for me, starts...
Everton's pre-season tour has already taken in the beauty of the Austrian Alps and the historical significance of Washington DC and Philadelphia on the East coast of the USA – now we're in Bremen in Germany’s industrial North West..
To the right of our hotel is the more historical part of the city with the old cathedral and the town hall...
I heard this morning that the heat-wave currently affecting the east coast of the USA has even made the television news back in England.
This morning at training the temperature hit three-figures and we've been warned that it's likely to be that way tomorrow when the game kicks off.
But the discomfort of being far too hot was put firmly...
Today's blog is brought to you by David Griffiths.
Or at least that was what the local television channel here in Philadelphia referred to me as when they captioned a filmed interview that Graeme Sharp and I did before the kick-off at PPL Park.
Sharpy and I waxed lyrical about the forthcoming game against Philadelphia Union for Comcast TV and...
It's been another busy 24 hours on the east coast of the United States of America.
The training session on Monday morning was played out in ridiculously high temperatures and the intake of fluids was essential for everyone - even those of us who were merely observing from the side of the pitch.
Dragging my 15-stone frame after a ball...
Aren't taxi drivers supposed to know their territory inside out?
Every one-way system, every stop sign, every shortcut?
Not the fellow who was tasked with driving the Everton media team out to the suburbs of Philadelphia to watch our Under-18s in action against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.
We should have known it wouldn't be a straightforward trip...
The look on his face was a familiar one. It was sort of halfway between disdain and contempt.
Occasionally this happened when you asked kitman Jimmy Martin for kit.
It was a tried and tested routine perfected over more than two decades of service for a man who began his association with the Club driving the team bus in the Howard Kendall...