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It's gone right down to the wire in League One, where two young Blues will go head-to-head in their quest for promotion next weekend.
Over the past few months, we've documented the battle unfolding at the top of the division and now John Lundstram and Jake Bidwell are set for a final-day decider – against one another.
Lundstram's loan side, Doncaster Rovers,...
Two young Blues look destined for an exciting showdown in League One later this month.
After the weekend's fixtures, Doncaster Rovers sit at the top of the table just four points above Brentford, who have a game in hand.
And with the two sides set to face off on the final day of the season, it could be make or break for...
The summer of 2005; Everton are preparing for their first taste of Europe’s top table and a mouthwatering tie against Spanish side Villarreal.
International regulars such as Andy van der Meyde, Per Kroldrup and Simon Davies have all arrived at Goodison Park, with expectation and optimism filling the streets around the city.
But one incoming name has really caught the eye -...
It was another big weekend for those Everton players out on loan as two of them kept their League One promotion dreams alive.
Midfielder John Lundstram played another 90 minutes for table-toppers Doncaster as they recorded an important 1-0 victory over Tranmere Rovers.
Rob Jones’ goal at the Keepmoat Stadium keeps Donny two points clear of Bournemouth with a game in hand,...
John Lundstram and loan side Doncaster Rovers continue to sit healthily at the top of League One after a mixed Easter weekend.
Despite slipping to a 1-0 defeat at Coventry on Good Friday, the South Yorkshire side remained on top of the pile with a victory by the same scoreline over Swindon Town on Easter Monday.
Lundstram played the entire 90 minutes...
Due to the international break and the troublesome weather, only one of Everton's three players out on loan played last week.
And it was another significant 90 minutes for midfielder John Lundstram, as he shook off a leg injury to help Doncaster to a 3-2 win at Scunthorpe on Saturday.
It was a fierce derby in League One, and in...
When Victor Anichebe made his Everton debut as a late substitute during a Fourth Round FA Cup tie with Chelsea in 2006, many of the Goodison faithful had high expectations.
This was a player, who along with James Vaughan, looked set to take on the mantle left by the retirement-bound Duncan Ferguson and score the goals that would fire the Club...
When international breaks come around these days, it’s almost an eerie silence which descends upon Everton’s Finch Farm training ground.
So littered is David Moyes’ squad with players whose talents are exploited by their nations, for days the air filling the hallways of the Club’s state-of-the-art Halewood complex goes almost undisturbed.
Yet there is one man who remains, a player for...