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Keep your eyes peeled - it looks as though two Everton youngsters could be on course to do battle for League One glory this season.
John Lundstram and Jake Bidwell are both out on loan at Doncaster Rovers and Brentford respectively, with the two sides currently sitting in the automatic promotion berths.
Donny's table-topping stay and the Bees' rise to second were...
John Lundstram helped Doncaster Rovers end a week of mixed fortunes on top of the League One table.
Tuesday evening saw Donny's first trip to Stadium MK to take on Milton Keynes Dons - and it proved to be one to forget as the hosts ran out 3-0 victors.
Lundstram played the full 90 minutes of that contest and did so again...
Interviewing Sylvain Distin for our special podcast Back From The Brink was fascinating.
The podcast is online now and can be heard below.
Doing evertontv interviews is great; being at the pulse of breaking news, speaking to the triumphant matchwinner just minutes after the final whistle, getting to fight it out with the big hitting broadcasters in the mixed zones...
“He's young, but he'll be one of the best players of the game we'll ever see in this country."
That was the bold statement made by Martin Keown shortly after Ross Barkley’s first-team debut back in August 2011.
Keown isn’t the sort of person who throws such comments around flippantly, so in a time when youth is more sought after...
Should Everton find the net against Tottenham on Sunday, cheer a little louder than usual.
The goal – whoever grabs it and however it comes – will be Everton’s 1000th in the Premier League era, bringing up a significant landmark in the Club’s history.
Everyone loves a goal – Marouane Fellaini more than most at present – and a quick scan of...
When the coffee shops started to go festive with their coffees and cakes I knew there was something to be excited about... yep, those end of year lists!
I accept that end of year lists can be a bit metaphoric marmite for people but I am a big fan myself. I tend to find some decent stuff that I either hadn't...
The newspapers, the pundits, the man in the pub… everyone is raving about Everton at the moment.
We find ourselves fourth in the Premier League after 10 games, Marouane Fellaini is on the back pages more often than Lance Armstrong, and David Moyes is rightfully getting the credit he deserves for the 10 years he has put in at the...
Marouane Fellaini’s vintage display against Manchester United on Monday night showed how important he has become during four years at Everton, and how his ability will be key to any success this season.
The big man is becoming unmissable (not just for his afro) as one of the most convincing all-round performers in the Premier League. His assured performance against one...