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He rarely grabs the headlines and nor does he seek to, but there is no doubt that Tony Hibbert has again been one of Everton’s unsung heroes this season.
The unflustered defender is enjoying some of the best form of his career and it has come during the course of a campaign where competition at right back has been fierce.
Seamus Coleman’s return to action this week wouldn’t have escaped the attention of most Evertonians. The Republic of Ireland international scored in Everton reserves’ 6-3 thumping of Newcastle United, playing 55 minutes and netted the opening goal of the match after only five minutes.
The full-back turned winger’s marauding runs have been missing from David Moyes’ team for the best part...
Evertonians are rightfully proud of their Club’s FA Cup history. The Blues have won English football’s most historic trophy on no less than five occasions, whilst they have finished as runners-up eight times. There is no doubting Everton’s pedigree in the competition.
This season, having successfully negotiated a tricky third round FA Cup assignment at home to minnows Tamworth, Everton face...
As Everton prepare to do battle with Steve Kean’s resurgent Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, I thought I’d take a trip through the archives to revisit the 11 matches the two clubs have contested against one another at Goodison Park, whilst David Moyes has been Blues boss.
It is probably a fair assumption to make that Evertonians haven’t always looked forward to...