Next Match:

Ticket Info

v Swansea City

Tuesday 23 September K.O. 19:45

  • 65
  • 1

Moyes' Favourite 2011/12 Moment

Win over City at Goodison was Moyes' seasonal highlight.

Watch Video Moyes' Favourite 2011/12 Moment

David Moyes has declared January's victory over Manchester City as his best moment of the 2011/12 season.

The match itself was settled by a venomous Darron Gibson strike but it was only one of the dramatic moments that day.

Everton signed two players who would go on to have a significant impact on the rest of the season, with Nikica Jelavic being unveiled at half time and a deal for Steven Pienaar to return on loan confirmed after the final whistle.

When asked about his most memorable moment of the campaign, the manager replied: "We beat Man City 1-0 here in January. For us that was memorable because it was also the night when we brought in Jelavic and Pienaar so the momentum had just started to build for us.

"That would probably be the pick for me that season."

Why not enjoy the highlights of the game - and Jelavic's introduction - by watching the video above.

Head over to evertontv for many more 2011/12 highlights.

Joel CurranIts such a shame that Drenthe played up and Moyes lost his patience with him. Lets just hope Spurs don't ask for too much for Pienaar, as we need 2 decent wide players.

Friday 8th June 15:45 Report Comment
StubHub

StubHub

Everton Season Ticket holders can list their seat for any Barclays Premier League game that they can’t attend on StubHub, the Official Ticket Marketplace

Find out more
Match Highlights Archive

Match Highlights Archive

Watch highlights from classic and recent Everton games on evertontv.

Find out more
2014/15 Season Tickets

2014/15 Season Tickets

All the information you could need about securing your seat at Goodison.

Find out more
Shop Online

Shop Online

Buy Everton merchandise on our online store.

Find out more
History Timeline

History Timeline

A quick visual walk through Everton's rich and fascinating history.

Find out more

This site uses cookies. Click here to learn more.