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Blog | 29th January 2019

5 of the Most Unexpected FA Cup Shocks in Everton’s History

Diminishing reputation or otherwise, the FA Cup is stunning and superb, memorable and mysterious but, most importantly, it is shocking. The FA Cup makes one think of David vs Goliath, that?s if David was Shrewsbury Town and Goliath was Everton and the entire spectacle was...

Blog | 23rd January 2019

7 Reasons Why We Love Goodison Park

Everyone remembers when they were introduced to Everton. Whether it?s the emotion, the camaraderie or something as simple as the stench of the troth in the Gwladys Street end, Goodison Park has a special place in the hearts of Evertonians. There have been numerous moments...

Blog | 16th January 2019

The Most Memorable Everton Songs Ever

Royle adored ?Joe, Joe Mexico? in 1970, our marauding Irishman holds dear ??60,000, ?60,000 Seamus Coleman? ? and has done since 2009 ? while David Unsworth loves Z-Cars. Everyone has their favourite Everton song and we?re exactly the same. Every terrace chant means something to...

Blog | 7th January 2019

The Big Fat Everton Quiz of 2018

2018 was a turbulent year to say the least. The previous 12 months has included two mangers, one caretaker manger, numerous new players ? some good, some not so good ? and departures, incident, the good, bad and everything in between and therefore, plenty of...

Blog | 2nd January 2019

Everton Fixtures | A Festive Fixture Review

From a glutenous extravaganza to a tortuous trouncing, Everton?s fixtures over Christmas and New Year have been intoxicating to say the least. Everton 2-6 Tottenham Mauricio?s men were tremendous in trouncing and overcoming Everton at Goodison Park as Son Heung-Min scored twice in what was...

Blog | 18th December 2018

Does the Liver Building Belong to Everton?

It is rumoured that the Liver Birds oversee separate sections of Liverpool. One looks inwards and watches over the locals, while the second statue stares outwards and watches over the Scouse sailors. However, it is also rumoured that the two seabirds are an argumentative couple,...

Blog | 4th December 2018

Everton’s Exclusive Screening of Creed II

Football is a release in which the routine mundanities of life are urged to be forgotten. Football, rather than urging people to forget should, however, urge them to talk. The People?s Place ? Everton?s overarching purpose-built mental health hub ? is aiming to deconstruct the...

Blog | 28th November 2018

Everton and the 232nd Merseyside Derby

The days when both Merseyside clubs dominated English football seems a lifetime ago, but that will not diminish the occasion at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, nor will either set of supporters be feeling particularly confident. However, Marco Silva?s initial attempt at ending a vicennial winless...

Blog | 22nd November 2018

The 7 Best Everton Matches Ever

Emblazoned on the ironclad paneling that surrounds Goodison is a maxim that epitomises an array of Everton matches. Nil Satis Nisi Optimum avows that nothing, but unparalleled greatness is good enough. Throughout their 138 turbulent years of existence, Everton have been involved in a slew...

Blog | 16th November 2018

A Nostalgic Look Back at Rooney’s Football Debut

This week saw Everton star Wayne Rooney make his last appearance for England. And to celebrate his success over the years, we thought we’d take a look back at where his career all began. Join us as we take a step back in time to...

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