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Graeme Sharp, 12/10/2006 13:48
Judging by the posts following my last blog, the issue of James Beattie is one that is getting a lot of people talking.
The debate seems to centre on playing 4-4-2 with James in the side or continuing with the 4-5-1 formation which keeps AJ as the focal point of the attack with Tim Cahill providing support from midfield.
It is an...
Graeme Sharp, 26/09/2006 14:43
I am sure we would have taken a point before the Newcastle game, but David Moyes was rightly disappointed.
It was a case of what should have been because their goal was yards offside.
Some people believe that luck evens itself out over the season, and you can see the example of our penalty against Watford.
But there's no denying that it was...
Graeme Sharp, 11/09/2006 13:43
First of all I'd like to say thanks to all of you who left me a message after my last blog.
It certainly was a great win over Liverpool. It is fantastic to win any derby game, but to get a result like 3-0 was fantastic.
Overall, I think we deserved it as well. It was a good performance from all the...
evertonfc.com , 5/09/2006 17:08
The week preceding the derby is a busy one for everyone at the club, and it is no different for us here in the Communications Department.
In terms of media accreditation and interview requests, there is no busier time, and we work our hardest to make sure we help out as many people as possible.
Our main focus at the moment is...
Graeme Sharp, 4/09/2006 12:52
Hello and welcome to the first installment of my weekly blog.
It has been a fantastic start for us; we won our home game which was great, but to take four points from six away from home was probably more than expected.
It could have been even better as we played well at Blackburn and could have got the win.
But the best...