Posts Tagged "Everton"

Back To The Eighties: 1980/81, Part Sixteen – A Merseyside Cup Derby

Back To The Eighties: 1980/81, Part Sixteen – A Merseyside Cup Derby

By on Oct 29, 2013 in Latest, Video | 0 comments

As mentioned nearer the start of this series, at the start of the 1970s it felt as though, if there was one Merseyside club that might go on to dominate the decade, it may be Everton rather than Liverpool. Everton ended the 1969/70 season as the champions of England, but by the end of the 1970s it felt quite firmly as if they were in the shadow of their neighbours....

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The 200% Premier League Pre-Season: Everton

By on Jul 19, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

Between now and the start of the season, we’ll be writing up all twenty of the Premier League clubs before it all kicks off again. If you’re here looking for all the latest transfer gossip, though, you’ll most likely be disappointed. Quite asides from anything else, it’s only the third week in July (a necessity borne of the fact that these...

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Everton’s Eventful Summer

By on Jun 12, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 3 comments

We’re heading towards the middle of football’s twilight zone. It’s an odd number year, so there are no European Championships or World Cup to raise the blood pressure we are left twiddling our thumbs, marveling at the nonsense that is fifteen year old boys pretending to be agents on Twitter and wondering whether Confederations Cup might not be so...

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David Moyes May Need To Be Given A Chance To Have A Chance

By on May 9, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

By the time that the announcement had been made, it was starting to feel as if the appointment of David Moyes as the successor to Alex Ferguson at Manchester United was old news already. There had been an outside chance that the Glazers might held a sudden press conference at which they suddenly and unexpectedly announce that, contrary to all reporting over the...

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Rivalries & Hatred

By on Sep 18, 2012 in Latest, Opinion | 0 comments

There was always something that left an uneasy feeling in the pit of the stomach about the post-Olympic craze for slating ‘football’ for its attitudes and behaviour, and there is still discomfort whenever anyone starts to discuss ‘decency’ with regard to the moral vacuum that is a professional sport-cum-business. Last night at Goodison Park,...

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