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evertonfc.com , 12/03/2007 09:49
David Moyes celebrates his fifth anniversary in charge of Everton this week.
evertonfc.com will be marking the occasion with a series of exclusive interviews, including a chat with the manager himself.
But we are also keen to hear from the supporters themselves. What has been your personal highlight during the Moyes years?
There have been notable high points - the 1-0 victory over...
evertonfc.com , 6/03/2007 09:48
Good fortune has certainly not been shining on Tim Cahill this term.
No sooner has he recovered from a serious knee ligament injury sustained in an accidental collision with a teammate than he falls awkwardly on his foot, breaking one of those wretched metatarsals.
That latest setback occurred at Sheffield United last weekend. It came just as Cahill seemed to be getting...
evertonfc.com , 15/02/2007 12:43
According to a report in the Daily Express (Thursday, February 15) Steve McClaren is ready to make sweeping changes to his England side for the forthcoming Euro 2008 qualifier against Israel in Tel Aviv.
And, as part of his changes, the story suggests Everton's Andy Johnson is being lined up to lead the England attack whilst Bayern Munich's Owen Hargreaves will be fast-tracked...
evertonfc.com , 14/02/2007 10:18
A report in the Daily Mail (Wednesday, February 14) details proposed changes from FIFA relating to goal celebrations.
According to the article: "FIFA are to take a tougher line with goal celebrations from next season.
"No more will we see players racing to a perimeter wall to take the fans' salute. In fact, games could become submerged in a sea of red...
Graeme Sharp, 25/01/2007 15:56
It has been frustrating to hear of a couple of injuries in the last few days...
It was disappointing for Andy Johnson at Wigan. A good win looked like it had been blighted by that injury, but it seems it is not as serious as first thought.
It's a big blow to lose a striker though, and it's been made worse by James...
Graeme Sharp, 5/12/2006 13:22
We did well to win the West Ham game, although it was never going to be a classic bacause of the conditions.
But considering that, and the team we had out - because of injuries - it was a good performance. We showed plenty of endeavour and commitment which I am sure pleased the manager.
It's fair to say West Ham had...
Graeme Sharp, 13/11/2006 14:52
I, like most Evertonians, was bitterly disappointed after the Aston Villa match because it was a game we should have won.
It was a frustrating game and it would have been nice for us to get back to winning ways at home.
It was a game we could have won but overall I didn't think we performed.
AJ hasn't scored for a few...
evertonfc.com , 24/10/2006 15:58
Thanks for the feedback we received regarding evertonTV.
Your comments have been taken on board and will help us as we plan for the future.
Particular thanks to Eamonn Byrne, who highlighted an issue with the sound levels on clips which will be looked into.
We certainly don't want to be catching people out with volume levels - and so a standard approach...