The views in these blogs are those held by the individual blogger and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton Football Club.
From a hard-nosed Glaswegian taskmaster to a softly-spoken Spanish philosopher of the game.
It's not just the Club’s badge that has evolved recently. So has the mould of our new leader, the man tasked with spearheading a new era.
Welcome to Roberto Martinez, the new resident of the home dugout awaiting the rating for his services. Five star? We will see.
As Tim Cahill embarks on a new chapter in the MLS following eight years of truly sterling service, he leaves a legendary legacy parallel to some of Everton's greatest alumni.
Cahill the model professional; Cahill the impeccable servant; Cahill the Kangaroo-leaper. He will be missed on the pitch, but ultimately even more so off it.
Evertonians are gutted but grateful at a...
The stark contrast between the jubilation of reaching Wembley and the heartache of returning home after defeat is difficult to stomach. When Wembley calls, departing with the bitter stench of a loss is the worst of its kind.
I am writing this as I head back home on what is mostly an Evertonian-filled train. A lot of what I can see...
God loves a trier and the feeling is no different among those of a footballing faith.
It seems fitting then, that on-loan striker Denis Straqualursi is a popular man on the Blue half of Merseyside at the moment.
Straq, as he is dubbed by those in and around Goodison unable to crack the twelve-charactered tongue-twister, was an unknown name in the depths...
Five years. Half a decade. Sixty months.
That’s how long it’s been since the Blues made as good a start to the season as this one.
The season of 2006-07 was the last time Everton started the season as well, and the last time I penned a blog was August 19 ahead of the QPR game. I stressed evading the notorious slow...