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evertonfc.com , 5/07/2007 21:53
Day Three in St Andrews and another early start beckoned for what was to be another busy day.
We were greeted by a new face on arrival at the hotel this morning – Phil Jagielka. The first task of the day was to arrange an interview with Phil to get his thoughts on his move to Everton and it was mission...
After finally turning off the laptops at midnight on Day One of Everton's four day training break in St Andrews, it was an early start on Day Two.
The first-team squad's first session began at 8am with a jog around the hotel grounds. evertonfc.com arrived at the hotel in time to welcome the players back and make preparations for the day's...
The pre-season trip to St Andrews started well for evertonfc.com.
The two person editorial team - Scott McLeod and Claire Boden - departed Merseyside at 10am for the long drive north.
Thankfully, despite the rain that has blighted everybody's summer in recent weeks - the drive went well, ensuring evertonfc.com were the first representatives from Goodison to arrive at the hotel that...
The subject has been discussed in the House of Commons - and discussed in the media.
Yet it remains a highly emotive topic - the issue of standing at football grounds.
The Taylor Report in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster recommended a move to all-seater stadia. That has been the case in the Barclays Premiership for more than a decade.
evertonfc.com , 10/05/2007 09:13
For the majority of Everton's senior squad this weekend's fixture at Stamford Bridge will be their last game before departing for a summer break.
Of course, for some there will be more action to come - the likes of Tim Howard has a summer involved in the Gold Cup with the USA, Tim Cahill is returning to fitness in time to...
evertonfc.com , 12/04/2007 15:38
What a difference a year makes! Twelve months ago Goodison was preparing to say its final farewell to Duncan Ferguson, Marcus Bent had already departed and Everton's striking options seemed limited.
But the arrival of club-record signing Andy Johnson in the summer coupled with the emergence of youngsters James Vaughan and Victor Anichebe has added impressively to a Toffee strikeforce that...
evertonfc.com , 27/03/2007 09:21
It seems Andy Johnson's statement two weeks ago that he is happy at Everton and would like to remain at Goodison for the rest of his career has fallen on deaf ears in some circles.
The striker felt compelled to make that original statement in response to a speculative back page story in the Daily Express claiming he was unhappy on...
evertonfc.com , 20/03/2007 12:09
Sunday's victory over Arsenal returned Everton to sixth place in the Premiership.
With just eight games left to play, the Blues are one point behind Bolton and one point ahead of Tottenham.
The battle is certainly on for European qualification, with Blackburn, Portsmouth and Reading still very much in the running.
Tottenham may have won each of their last four Premiership games -...