Posts Tagged "Everton"

Cafe Calcio On Twohundredpercent: Football Impressionism And The Psychology Of Wimbledon

By on Mar 18, 2011 in History, Latest | 1 comment

Cafe Calcio is back on London’s Resonance FM this evening at nine o’clock, and you can join Chris Dixon, David Stubbs and Chris Roberts live this evening by clicking here. Alternatively, should you wish to catch the repeat of it, this will be on tomorrow (Saturday) morning at eleven o’clock. Should you be unable to make either of these dates, you...

Read More

Match Of The Midweek: Everton 0-1 Reading

By on Mar 2, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 1 comment

For all of the surprises that this season’s FA Cup competition has provided, the quarter-final draw has a wearyingly familiar look to it. Unless Leyton Orient can cause one of the greatest FA Cup shocks of all time at The Emirates Stadium tonight, seven of the clubs left in the last eight of this year’s competition will be from the Premier League,...

Read More

Match Of The Week: Liverpool 2-2 Everton

By on Jan 16, 2011 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

Whatever optimism may have been brought about amongst the red half of Liverpool by the appointment of Kenny Dalglish and Liverpool’s performance at Old Trafford last weekend, the fervour quietened just a little during the week at Bloomfield Road, when a performance as insipid as anything seen under Roy Hodgson saw them capitulate to Blackpool for the second...

Read More

Match Of The Week: Manchester City 1-2 Everton

By on Dec 20, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 2 comments

Carlos Tevez, then, has withdrawn his transfer request after what are apparently called “clear the air” talks with the executives of Manchester City Football Club. It feels as if there is an incessant need on the part of the media to create a crisis at Manchester City at every turn this season. We all know that their financial arrangements err on the...

Read More

Match Of The Week: Everton 2-0 Liverpool

By on Oct 17, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

For all of the talk of the modernisation of football, there remain some outposts of the game that are defiantly of another age. Everton’s Goodison Park is one of them, not that it hasn’t been for a want of trying to leave their home of almost 120 years in recent seasons. There is also something of the old school about the pre-match here as well....

Read More