Tag: Everton

The 200% Podcast 60: Pitching For The Everton Job

Roberto Martinez was sacked as the manager of Everton on Thursday, so on this week’s 200% podcast Edward Carter and Ian King are running their pitch for the job, and all they want in return for it is a million pounds, an Everton shirt and a dustbin bag of pornography. We have new signings lined up, a new coaching staff, and many previously untried ideas that we are convinced will return the club to its former glories. In addition to this, we have comment on Brighton & Hove Albion’s performance in the Football League Championship play-off semi-finals. You can...

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Video of the Day: Sunderland vs Everton, March 1983

Sunderland play Everton at Roker Park this evening in a Premier League match which may secure their place in the top division and relegate their fierce rivals Newcastle United at the same time. Considering the extent to which Everton have only just been turning up for matches of late, never mind competing in them, it would appear that Sam Allardyce may be set to work his magic again and pull this club back from the brink, and even in the event of them failing this evening, they would still have another chance on Sunday, when a win in their...

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Video of the Day: Leicester City vs Everton, February 1985

There will be something of a party atmosphere at The King Power Stadium on Saturday when Leicester City take to the pitch to play Everton in the Premier League in their first match after having been crowned as champions of the division. This morning, however, we’re going back in time by a little over thirty years to a season when it was an Everton team visiting Leicester that was chasing the league title. How different times were in February 1985. Everton traveled to Filbert Street four points clear at the top of the table, three points clear of Tottenham...

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Video of the Day: Everton vs Liverpool, November 1982

It’s not often that we select a right pasting as a daily video here on Twohundredpercent. Today, however, we make an exception to that rule because this particular pasting was dealt by the hand of a striker who would go on to become one of the most prolific of the 1980s. Ian Rush. Rush had signed for Liverpool from Chester City in 1980, but his first couple of years at Anfield only saw a gradual breakthrough into the Liverpool team. Coupled with this, the considerably smaller amount of football that was broadcast on the television meant that Rush’s name...

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Video of the Day: Everton vs Southampton, May 1986

On the last Saturday of the 1985/86 First Division, Everton took to the field for their match against Southampton knowing that they needed a win to have any chance of winning the title whatsoever. Liverpool were at Stamford Bridge playing Chelsea, and following a surprise defeat for Everton at Oxford United the week before, a win for the team now managed by Kenny Dalglish would ensure that his first season on management would end in the league title return to Anfield after a year away on the other side of Stanley Park. If Everton won their game, meanwhile, the...

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