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For Everton and West Brom, the recent international break arguably couldn't have come at a better time.
Both sides have started the new season with the same pattern of results and will be hoping the time spent away from league action will have helped them refocus and re-energise as they chase down their first win of the campaign this weekend.
Hallam Hope made his Sheffield Wednesday debut on Saturday – but he was unable to prevent the Owls suffering their first defeat of the Championship season.
Everton’s Professional Development Co-ordinator, Joe Royle, was in attendance at Hillsborough to see Hope make a late appearance from the substitutes’ bench.
The striker, who moved to south Yorkshire on a six-month deal last week, came...
The inaugural year of the Junior Fans’ Forum was a huge success, and I was incredibly fortunate to be one of the lucky 10 members chosen by Graeme Sharp last August.
As a lifelong Blue and Season Ticket holder in the Upper Gwladys since the age of five, I couldn’t believe my luck!
As a group, we met on seven occasions...
It hasn’t been a good week for our two Blue youngsters out on loan.
North of the border, Matty Kennedy started his first game for Alan Stubbs’ Hibernian as they hosted Falkirk.
Sadly he could not stop the Bairns from leaving Easter Road with a 1-0 win.
Rory Loy’s back heel was only the goal of the game; however Stubbs will be...
Whilst we were never going to be complacent about it, as soon as the fixtures were announced, we budgeted for a sell-out on opening day. With 27,500 season ticket holders, Arsenal’s cast iron guarantee of 3,000 away fans, and last season’s fixture still fresh in the memory, we knew we’d kick off with a full house.
Following on from nine...
Although Everton's last Premier League fixture at Goodison Park ended in defeat to Manchester City, supporters will still have fond memories from that match when they return to Goodison Park for the first time in the new season against Arsenal this weekend.
Despite the result, the Blues' annual end of season lap of honour was the most pleasing it had been...
It was a disappointing week for the remaining two young Blues out on loan.
John Lundstram played two full games for Blackpool but couldn’t prevent the Tangerines exiting the Capital One Cup at the first round and suffering a second successive Championship defeat.
The Seasiders first bowed out of the cup with a 1-0 loss at Shrewsbury on Tuesday evening, before Saturday's...
Earlier this month, Everton unveiled a giant mural in honour of Roberto Martínez on the side of the Main Stand outside Goodison Park. Having only just passed one year on the job, the mural is a noteworthy tribute to the man who has rapidly captured the hearts and minds of the fanbase, replacing past pessimism with fresh optimism that something...