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Ahead of a big FA Cup tie, I suppose the last thing we needed was a number of our important players jetting to various corners of the globe and not returning to Finch Farm until the very latter stages of the week.
The only consolation for us has been the extra day courtesy of our wonderful television friends. Tim Howard...
After 36 days of evidence, the Public Inquiry came to a finale last Friday with a last-day-of-term atmosphere appreciated by all sides. Our barrister concluded with a series of football clichés and the Inspector responded with her version of the BAFTAs. All parties agreed that the Inquiry had been conducted in good spirit and with good order and all...
For obvious reasons I always pay special attention to any striking additions made to the Everton squad and what a debut we were treated to on Saturday.
I thought in the first half especially Jo showed what he could do - he got hold of the ball, held play up, allowed the midfield to push up and his general play was...
It has been an incredible week......one where I've experienced a complete range of emotions that once again makes you realise that it is after all only a game.
It began with the worst possible news, the sudden death of a real friend and work colleague. Phil Easton was a lot more than a wonderful local broadcaster, he was an absolute gentleman...
I did say a couple of weeks ago that I wasn't sure whether my heart would take two derby games in the space of just six days!! Now we've a third and final one to get through and we've had the drama of conceding so late on against Arsenal.
I think you need to be both mentally and physically fit...
My Appointment, Our Objectives
I’m delighted that the Chairman and the Board of Directors have put their faith in me and I'm proud to represent the Everton at the highest level and to help shape our great Club’s future.
No one could fail to be aware of the significance of the past and the role our history plays in setting expectations for...
Sometimes it's better to be a fan than a commentator !! As I've mentioned previously I do look forward to Derby day, the build up and banter is fantastic.
Working on the game though is quite an experience and I do feel privileged to do so. Many I'm sure are envious. However derby day commentary is a little different as...
Many former Everton players were in action for their current clubs over the weekend.
A first goal in over 12 months for striker Francis Jeffers helped Sheffield Wednesday to a 4-1 win over Charlton.
The former Blues striker, who also had a stint with the Addicks, latched onto the end of a Michael Gray cross to break his goalscoring duck.