The views in these blogs are those held by the individual blogger and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton Football Club.
evertonfc.com are pleased to introduce our 10 new Fan Bloggers for the 2010/11 campaign.
Earlier this summer we placed an advertisement on Facebook and Twitter asking Evertonians to apply to share their thoughts on the Blues throughout the season by submitting regular blogs to the website.
We received some fantastic entries from all around the world from passionate fans wanting...
The only day that beats the opening day of the season for me is FA Cup third Round day! The Portsmouth game was a little over three months ago and we’d had a World Cup in between to help pass the time, but for me and I’m sure many others, this summer seemed to drag like crazy.
We’d had a good...
Hello and welcome to this betting preview of Everton’s 2010/2011 season in the Barclays Premier League, brought to you by the clubs new official betting partner 188 BET, the In Play specialists.
This is David Moyes’ eighth season at Goodison and it is arguably the strongest squad he has had to start a season with. If last season had begun in...
I do love a brief break “away from it all” but once that’s over I’m itching for football again and with the new season just around the corner it fills me with anticipation, enthusiasm and even optimism (more on the optimism later!).
All football fans will be eagerly anticipating the new domestic campaign, particularly after the disappointment of the world cup,...
Welcome to what will probably be the last of my blogs from Australia...we fly back to the UK straight after the game on Saturday evening.
The flight from Melbourne to Brisbane was uneventful, which was a relief to everyone on board after the aircraft appeared to stall as it began to speed down the runway ahead of take-off! The engines...
By Media and Publications Manager Darren Griffiths.
I am sure that Sydney and Melbourne are both fine places with lengthy lists of attributes...but my opinion of both these wonderful cities has been severely blighted by the chronic toothache that is driving to me to despair.
After a painful flight from the former to the latter I sought out a dental surgery close...
By Media and Publications Manager Darren Griffiths
Former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke and current Australian fast-bowler Brett Lee have both been fortunate recipients of my company in the last two days!
‘Yorkie', as the likes of Phil Neville, David Beckham and I call him, is coming out of retirement to play for Sydney FC against Everton on Saturday and he did...
By Media & Publications Manager Darren Griffiths
Another busy but thoroughly enjoyable day here in Sydney...a day when an Everton player made history, a Sydney taxi driver got lost on a half-mile journey and the Australian Toffees got to meet their heroes!
Training this morning was once again at the West Tigers complex on the outskirts of the city and again the...