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Once again the day started with a gentle stroll around the golf course at 8am.
At least it's a gentle stroll for some of the staff but it's rather more taxing on the players who have to actually run.
Today's ‘song of the journey' from the hotel to the training pitch was ‘The First Picture of You' by the Lotus Eaters...although it...
It's been another busy day for evertonfc.com over here in Switzerland...but it's been very enjoyable nonetheless.
We accompanied the team to the training pitch this morning and watched as the coaching staff put them through their paces in the warm Alpine sunshine.
I even did a bit of running myself in an attempt to get into some sort of shape. My...
evertonfc.com has arrived safely in Switzerland!
But what a journey to get to our Alpine mountain base and join the players, manager and coaching staff.
Matthew Gamble and I met at Liverpool John Lennon Airport and duly forked out the extra money for the excess baggage we were taking on the flight to Geneva.
There are a few pieces of equipment that we...
We go into the Derby game on the back of three indifferent performances against Fulham, West Ham and Liverpool.
It is important that we put that right - starting on Sunday.
Of our last six games, four of them are at home and while we can't give up on fourth, I think we will have to win all four of those games...
The focus of our remaining games seems to be entirely on the 207th Merseyside derby at Anfield next week.
But, whilst there is no doubt the match is a crunch game for both sides, it is far from decisive. There will still be six points and 18 games left to playfor after the Anfield encounter. And at this stage of the...
Capello for England?
The search for the next England manager is well under way and according to all the major sources, Fabio Capello is the bookies favourite to take the "poisoned chalice".
Whilst there is no doubting the Italian's ability at club level do England fans really want to see another foreigner in charge of their national team? Sven Goran Eriksson was...
Steve Coppell is the latest in a long line of managers bemoaning the fact that there are too many foreign players in the Premiership.
Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Trevor Brooking have already stated that having more "home grown" players would benefit the national team. However I'm not so sure if there is enough young British talent about. Why would Arsene...
In the last six months the London-based media seem to have taken great delight in linking our finest players with moves to the capital.
If you regularly read the papers you will have seen Mikel Arteta has been reportedly attracting the interest of Chelsea, West Ham have been fishing around Andrew Johnson and you can add to that stories concerning Tim...