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Seamus Coleman’s return to action this week wouldn’t have escaped the attention of most Evertonians. The Republic of Ireland international scored in Everton reserves’ 6-3 thumping of Newcastle United, playing 55 minutes and netted the opening goal of the match after only five minutes.
The full-back turned winger’s marauding runs have been missing from David Moyes’ team for the best part...
As we approach a full house at the weekend, it’s clear the FA Cup holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Evertonians. The most famous competition in the world has also grabbed the attention of our youngest fans.
I’m delighted to report that, to date, 18,000 junior tickets have been sold across the Tamworth, Fulham and Blackpool ties....
Football’s fantastic isn’t it?!!
My last blog was just prior to the Fulham FA Cup game and there was a real sense of apprehension around the club. How quickly things can change. We’re now in the fifth round of the FA Cup (and looking forward to it!), have beaten the league leaders, brought in a five-and-a-half million pound new striker...
The month of January is a strange one at the best of times, but if you had said to me it would start with a Tim Howard goal and finish with a win over the league leaders and two new signings, I probably wouldn't have been alone in not believing you!
The win at West Brom on New Year’s Day was...
God loves a trier and the feeling is no different among those of a footballing faith.
It seems fitting then, that on-loan striker Denis Straqualursi is a popular man on the Blue half of Merseyside at the moment.
Straq, as he is dubbed by those in and around Goodison unable to crack the twelve-charactered tongue-twister, was an unknown name in the depths...
FA Cup Fever... Friday Night Football... Well, I must admit I’m still a big fan of the FA Cup (with Budweiser of course!) and I’m not averse to playing football on a Friday evening as opposed to a solemn Sunday afternoon!
I’m sure it won’t become a regular occurrence for us but I hope that this Friday yields a decent...
Evertonians are rightfully proud of their Club’s FA Cup history. The Blues have won English football’s most historic trophy on no less than five occasions, whilst they have finished as runners-up eight times. There is no doubting Everton’s pedigree in the competition.
This season, having successfully negotiated a tricky third round FA Cup assignment at home to minnows Tamworth, Everton face...
As Everton prepare to do battle with Steve Kean’s resurgent Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, I thought I’d take a trip through the archives to revisit the 11 matches the two clubs have contested against one another at Goodison Park, whilst David Moyes has been Blues boss.
It is probably a fair assumption to make that Evertonians haven’t always looked forward to...