The views in these blogs are those held by the individual blogger and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton Football Club.
Looking forward to Wembley
Reflecting on another great battle with Aston Villa, it seems unjust we have only one point to show for five goals and two great performances. In my view, our league game at Goodison, despite the defeat, kick-started our season. We haven’t looked back since and Sunday’s game highlighted the great team spirit and great football which will...
I'm currently hosting City Talk's evening sports show on 105.9 and it's a role that makes you realise there are other sports away from football!
However, I can't help being constantly drawn towards our primary sport (football obviously!) during my conversations throughout the day with my producer.
There's a fair bit of work that goes into the show and we try...
The game against Wigan on Sunday probably revives memories of one of Everton’s poorest displays of the season back at the JJB in November - we were simply not at the races. Let’s hope our lads haven’t been over indulging at our local race track this week ahead of the return fixture!
Given the fact that most of our fit players...
Que Saha Saha
Setting the rules on the ‘right to buy’ FA Cup semi-final tickets has been keeping us busy all this week.
It didn’t come as a surprise to any of us but demand will clearly outstrip supply and the list of legitimate claimants, on the most sought-after tickets we’ve had for some time, gets longer every day.
As we explained...
For those that are fairly regular readers of this blog I'm sure you're aware I'm a bit of an old fashioned traditionalist at heart. I definitely didn't want the FA Cup semi finals at Wembley but I must admit it's been great this week to hear the old words I've not heard for a long time, that great line... &quo...
Appropriately enough I suppose Saturday is history day following our own achievements on Sunday... Okay, not quite as historic as what's gone before down the years at Everton Football Club, but, nonetheless in it's own way it was a day we can look back on in years to come. The day that we finally made it to a semi final...
One thing's for certain in this week's blog and that's the fact it won't take me long to reflect on Wednesday night's sleep inducing 90 minutes of football.
Probably (no, definitely!!) the worst game I've witnessed this season, certainly in terms of entertainment value and the lack of quality football on offer. However, my disappointment is only a reflection of the progress we've made...
It goes without saying I suppose that injuries are an accepted part of football, however when it happens to your main man, the pain is apparent to all. Mikel Arteta will be hurting physically and mentally. He has a long road ahead of him and how he handles it psychologically will determine his future to a certain extent. As fans...