The views in these blogs are those held by the individual blogger and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton Football Club.
When I walked into the Brian Labone lounge at Goodison Park back in January 2011, I wasn't sure what the next few hours would entail and I was pretty nervous.
This was to be my first Fans' Forum meeting and, while I was excited, I'm a pretty shy person and the thought of speaking in front of strangers gives me...
The newspapers, the pundits, the man in the pub… everyone is raving about Everton at the moment.
We find ourselves fourth in the Premier League after 10 games, Marouane Fellaini is on the back pages more often than Lance Armstrong, and David Moyes is rightfully getting the credit he deserves for the 10 years he has put in at the...
In the past 12 months a combination of astute transfer trading and tactical tweaking has reinvigorated an Everton team now earning rave reviews for its power, potency and panache.
But the Blues’ early-season form is nothing new. It has its origins in a masterful January transfer window, while that business has since been augmented by a shrewd, shrewd summer.
Here, with the...
Marouane Fellaini’s vintage display against Manchester United on Monday night showed how important he has become during four years at Everton, and how his ability will be key to any success this season.
The big man is becoming unmissable (not just for his afro) as one of the most convincing all-round performers in the Premier League. His assured performance against one...
Almost 1,000 FIRST TIME junior school season ticket holders
Goodison is a hive of activity in the close season and the pace of all those jobs and ‘things to do’ accelerates as we approach our opening game.
It’s now starting to move very fast! Our maintenance team, our groundsmen, our electricians, our builders, our decorators, our caterers, all have their ‘feet to...
No sooner had they achieved Champions League qualification with a highest ever fourth-place finish in La Liga, the rug appears to have been pulled from beneath Malaga.
In this case the rug was made of Qatari banknotes and was only two years old.
The humble but historic Andalusian club, beefed up by marquee signings, seemed destined to muscle in on the elite.
As Tim Cahill embarks on a new chapter in the MLS following eight years of truly sterling service, he leaves a legendary legacy parallel to some of Everton's greatest alumni.
Cahill the model professional; Cahill the impeccable servant; Cahill the Kangaroo-leaper. He will be missed on the pitch, but ultimately even more so off it.
Evertonians are gutted but grateful at a...
The long queues at check-in gave it away. That ‘crack of dawn’ alarm call and the taxi across Bangkok were in vain. The in-bound flight had been re-routed for a passenger ‘taken-ill’ and my trip home was in tatters. Changing airlines and the last flight home isn’t what I wanted but with a few hours spare in Bangkok airport, there’s...