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From time to time, the arrival of a new manager will have the desired effect. The so-called ‘honeymoon period’ where a new boss will improve morale, lift the players’ spirits, ultimately leading to better results on and off the football pitch.
We experienced this first-hand when we travelled to the Stadium of Light towards the end of the last campaign to...
Just seven days ago, Bill Kenwright sat in front of the watching media and insisted he had gone with his instinct once again.
After a four-week search to find the next manager of Everton Football Club, the Chairman admitted that after multiple interviews and meetings, not just in this country but across Europe, there was always one outstanding candidate.
He had known...
The summer of 2005; Everton are preparing for their first taste of Europe’s top table and a mouthwatering tie against Spanish side Villarreal.
International regulars such as Andy van der Meyde, Per Kroldrup and Simon Davies have all arrived at Goodison Park, with expectation and optimism filling the streets around the city.
But one incoming name has really caught the eye -...
When Victor Anichebe made his Everton debut as a late substitute during a Fourth Round FA Cup tie with Chelsea in 2006, many of the Goodison faithful had high expectations.
This was a player, who along with James Vaughan, looked set to take on the mantle left by the retirement-bound Duncan Ferguson and score the goals that would fire the Club...