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It's been a while since I've been able to write a 'feel good' blog. Amazing what two games in a week does for you.
Okay, so Wednesday night was by no means a sensational performance but it is, after all, the result that matters at the end of the day.
In fact, on reflection, our second half performance against Manchester United...
More than 36,000 fans enjoyed our best performance of the season on Saturday and I’m sure word will spread.
One of the team here said it was the first time he’d seen the famous ‘Goodison 12th Man’ for a while.
We heard and saw that ‘12th Man’ for the whole of the second half, bringing back the great memories of...
You may have noticed my absense in recent weeks. Well, it's great to be back and it's quite incredible that even when your team is struggling you can't wait to return.
Having missed my first Everton match for a good few seasons due to a commitment in the United States I'm more than looking forward to the visit of Manchester...
It’s Wednesday evening before our second biggest home fixture of the season and we’ve still got good tickets on sale.
In the three seasons I’ve been here, that’s something I’ve not experienced. And that’s telling me yes, our start’s not been the best; yes, the ‘credit crunch’ is biting, and, maybe our sales and marketing effort is not what it...
If I may, I’d like to move off the Everton agenda slightly and give my views on the pages and pages of discussion on the impact of the ‘credit crunch’ on the business of football.
Football’s never been short of people telling it how to run itself and it’s been fascinating, over the past few days to hear the debate on...
Well, it's difficult to know where to start really...........having not long stepped off a very quiet plane journey back from Belgium and with very little sleep, I need to look for some positives........As i said, it's difficult !!!
Has our season already come crashing to a shuddering halt?............Three defeats in the space of 8 days and out of two cup competitons....
If there's one consolation about losing a Merseyside derby it is knowing we can put it behind us with a good result in Europe.
Looking forward is now the focus of the Club and, just like the team at Finch Farm, we cannot afford to feel sorry for ourselves for too long.
A trip to Belgium and a big game...
Five league games in and It's Derby day already!
Too early I say, why can't we re-programme the fixture computer to ensure it's November at the earliest when we're truly settled into our stride? Or would that matter?
Obviously you can sense I'm not ready for this. We're not ready for it. Forgive me if I'm wrong but wasn't Wednesday's...