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April 2004

April 2004
April 2004
F A
FA Prem Sat 3 15:00 A Newcastle 2 4 Everton v Newcastle Match Report
FA Prem Fri 9 20:00 H Tottenham 3 1 Everton v Tottenham Match Report
FA Prem Tue 13 19:45 A Leeds 1 1 Everton v Leeds Match Report
FA Prem Sat 17 15:00 A Chelsea 0 0 Everton v Chelsea Match Report
FA Prem Sat 24 15:00 H Blackburn 0 1 Everton v Blackburn Match Report

While Amberleigh House romps home to victory in the Martell Grand National at Aintree, David Moyes and his squad are across the country at Newcastle United.

However, it wasn't a good day at the races, with the Blues going down 2-4 on Tyneside. A well-taken strike from Thomas Gravesen cancelled out Craig Bellamy's opener, but despite Joseph Yobo grabbing his first goal for the club, the Magpies manage to score three more.

Moyes admits: "This has probably been my toughest season and it has tested me. I will assess myself and see if I should have done better. And I will look around the club to decide what I have to do to change things."

Gary Naysmith scores Everton's second

The Blues cap one of their best performances of the season with a 3-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in from of the Sky TV cameras on Good Friday and then churn out a hard-earned 1-1 draw at struggling Leeds United.

Everton announce a groundbreaking deal with JJB in which the Wigan-based firm will be responsible for manufacturing and distributing the playing kit for the next five years and continue their recent good run with a stalemate at Stamford Bridge.

However, the month ends on a low when Jon Stead's late goal wraps up the points for Blackburn Rovers at Goodison Park, as Moyes' men slip to 14th in the Premiership table.

STAT ATTACK - APRIL

  • Alan Shearer takes his total to 17 against Everton in the league, equalling Charlie Buchan's record.
  • Joseph Yobo scores his first Premiership goal and Thomas Gravesen scores his first away goal in 116 top-flight games.
  • Also, the game against Spurs was only the second time three defenders had scored in an Everton fixture. The first was when the Blues beat Chelsea 6-0 in 1978.
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