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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...
WHERE THE MONEY GOES
I spent almost two hours before the Swansea game with representatives of the Shareholders' Association answering questions on the Accounts. I spent time at the fans' forum just before Christmas talking through our numbers. I have looked back through my blogs and see how we've explained on many occasions our finances, our debt levels and our...
The Christmas holiday period is always a good time to reflect on the past 12 months and an opportunity to look forward to the year ahead.
Firstly, as always, a big thank you from everyone at Everton; myself, the Board, the manager, the players and all staff for your continued, magnificent support. Together we have faced up to a quite a...
On Sunday 27th November, I was sitting on my bed listening to talkSPORT, when at around 12.20pm, they broke off from their show to say that the Football Association of Wales had just released a statement saying that national team manager Gary Speed had been found dead at home.
It was one of those truly surreal moments where everything seemed...
Arriving from Arsenal, it was fair to say Stephen Hughes was no stranger to foreign players.
That did little to prepare him, however, for the general lunacy of Thomas Gravesen when the two became teammates at Goodison Park in 2000.
Hughes, who will this weekend watch two of his former clubs do battle from the press box at the Emirates where he...
Some of you may have seen the various media reports/internet chatter circulating regarding an alleged email leak of private correspondence.
Not for the first time in the recent past, certain individuals claiming to be Evertonians have made attempts to undermine the people of Everton Football Club by actions almost every one of us would find wholly unacceptable.
Our experienced senior...
Good news has been difficult to come by this season for Blues fans, but this week has given us double delight!
First a full England International cap for Jack Rodwell, which can only do his confidence the power of good and hopefully see him progress more rapidly with Everton, and now the news that Marouane Fellaini has put pen to...
The pontificating of the Match of the Day 2 panel was particularly sanctimonious on that Sunday evening in April 2009 as Marouane Fellaini was hung, drawn and quartered with the aid of an incendiary video montage purportedly highlighting his dangerous use of the elbow.
The awkward kid from Belgium couldn’t speak English and was getting a tough time from referees –...