The views in these blogs are those held by the individual blogger and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton Football Club.
Saturday, a 5am wake up call and a lot of swearing from the boy at this ghastly hour! The things we do to follow the Blues!
Today we are heading to Old Trafford for the early kick-off with Manchester United, a fixture I really look forward to every season.
I also go there with as much expectation as when we play Liverpool,...
On the evening before our trip to Old Trafford, Everton are sitting just behind Chelsea in the form table, with four wins and two draws from our last six games. This has certainly been the best period of our season, and I don’t see it as a coincidence that an upturn in our fortunes has overlapped with the great form...
Interviewing team-mates, writing fun blogs, finding out juicy gossip on your team-mates whilst helping to promote the one thing you feel so strongly about sounds to me like the perfect job. That’s why when I heard a role had become available in media for Everton Ladies Football Club I knew I had to apply.
I have always been interested in media...
Thanks to my friends at BT, I've been offline for a few weeks now at home. It has been unbelievably frustrating, not just because it has prevented me uploading my latest blog but also because it has restricted my opportunity to keep fully up to speed with new music - and there is a lot of really good new music...
Sitting in a coffee shop in Paddington station at 7am on a Saturday morning waiting for a football-special train to Cardiff with the hangover from hell is not recommended.
After a large cup of black coffee and cursing the person who started the Jack Daniels marathon we headed for the train.
Standing room only in second class, thank god prior to...
In the week where Tony Hibbert will celebrate ten years at Everton Football Club, I thought it appropriate to recall some of my favourite Hibbo memories from over the years.
On Thursday 29 March 2001 I was at the Adelphi Hotel for The Gwladys Street Hall of Fame dinner. That same night, Everton's reserve team defeated Manchester United 3-2 and playing was Tony Hibbert....
A wins a win and up to eighth!
After a strange few weeks of highs and lows including an FA cup exit, a sparkling performance against Newcastle and then an indifferent showing against Birmingham it is with a feeling of great uncertainty we headed up to Liverpool for the clash with Fulham - which Everton were going to turn up?
This week marked the ninth anniversary of David Moyes taking over at Everton and just as it was then, this weekend gives us a home game against Fulham.
Back in 2002, David Unsworth's strike after 27 seconds set up the perfect start to Moyes' Everton career. Since then, there have been several highs as well as a few lows and what...