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I really appreciate you commenting and posting your responses on the blog - keep them coming as I enjoy going through them!
I had a bit of time to go through your recent posts, and amongst those bands mentioned in the comments from the last blog, Chapel Club sounded good and it is definitely worth echoing Brent Evans’ shout - as were...
Over the past few weeks you will have seen news articles on our website and in the programme covering the various aspects of our interaction with supporters.
I've started this blog in order to explain in more detail what we are doing, why we are doing it and how you can get involved.
In December, Robert Elstone presented to the...
Feedback from last week’s blog has generated two main follow-up questions; firstly, one that relates to an over-used business-speak word ‘strategy’ – specifically, do we have one? And secondly, where is Everton’s billionaire?
At the risk of getting defensive, it seems according to some, Everton is a Club ‘bumbling along’ going nowhere. Unsurprisingly, we have a different view. Everton has a...
A Club in Meltdown?
The past fortnight has seen much speculation on the financial state of our Club. Our Accounts are later than usual, and although not late in any legal sense, I hate to say it, being later than prior years suits the agenda of a small minority of fans who seem intent on painting only the bleakest picture. According...
Thanks again for the response to my last blog! Again some great recommendations with Gorillaz and The Coral amongst them - they were two of my favourite records of last year.
In my first two posts plenty of you guys recommended listening to The Tallest Man On Earth - I wasn't familiar with him so I grabbed his EP ‘Sometimes The...
Saturday lunchtime's FA Cup fourth round tie against Chelsea gives us a chance to shift the focus elsewhere from the current league campaign.
The West Ham game summed up the season perfectly. In the past few years, our strength has been beating the teams around and below us, while we have tended to struggle against the so called big four. This...
As far as FA Cup third round away days go, Scunthorpe was probably as good as it gets! Being a bit of a pessimist, the memory of Shrewsbury was never far from my thoughts, but thankfully there was never any danger of a repeat of that shocker eight years ago!
Getting an early goal is always a help, no matter who...
Derby week has always been very special, especially when I lived in Liverpool with friends winding each other up, pubs full of banter and the streets more colourful as the two sides’ supporters don their colours. Inside the ground there is an electric atmosphere.
These days it's slightly different living away from Liverpool - it means I can't soak up the...