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Walter Smith dies, age 73

Walter Smith, who was manager of Everton between July 1998 and March 2002, has died at the age of 73 following a long illness.

Everton 2 - 5 Watford

King revels in Goodison return as Everton suffer galling collapse

2-1 and up heading for victory over Watford, Everton went into stunning meltdown in the space of 13 second-half minutes and ended up being humiliated 5-2 with Josh King grabbing a hat-trick

Ben Godfrey's long battle against effects of Covid-19

Ben Godfrey is still suffering the effects of having contracted Covid-19 as he prepared for the new 2021-22 season in the Premier League, and it has seriously affected his game.

Calvert-Lewin set-back deepens Everton's injury woes

Everton have confirmed reports from yesterday that Dominic Calvert-Lewin has suffered a relapse in his recovery from injury and faces a few more weeks on the sidelines.

Doucouré facing spell out with a fractured foot

Everton have been hit with another huge injury blow with the news that Abdoulaye Doucouré has suffered another stress fracture in his foot and could be out for an extended period of time.

West Ham plunder another narrow win at Goodison

Everton lost at home for the first time under Rafael Benitez as a second-half header by Angelo Ogbonna edged an engaging contest for West Ham

Mina wraps up international break in Colombia

Yerry Mina will return to Merseyside late this week as Colombia play their third and final World Cup qualifier of the current international break.

Digne rested over hamstring concern

Lucas Digne played no part in France's dramatic last-minute comeback win last night over Belgium and will now miss the Nations League Final against Spain on Sunday

Depleted Everton match United and earn hugely deserved draw

Andros Townsend continued his electric start to life as an Everton player as he grabbed the goal that earned the Blues a highly commendable point at Old Trafford.

Infilling marks the next stage of construction at Bramley-Moore Dock

The process of infilling Bramley-Moore Dock to start laying the foundations for Everton’s new stadium is now underway.

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Featured Articles

“Boys from the Blue Stuff: Everton's Rise to 1980s Glory” by Gavin Buckland

Gavin Buckland's new book picks up where Money Can't Buy Us Love left off, delivering again in spades. Despite the academic levels of research behind it, this is easy to read and reflects on the club under three managers, culminating in those heady days in the mid-80s

Adios to the Part-Time Magician

Detached and intangible, James Rodriguez was a fleeting part of Everton history and, perhaps, the last spasm of excess from a regime that seems to have put itself on a more pragmatic footing

“The Forgotten Champions – 1986-87: Everton's Last Title” by Paul McParlan

Everton, Howards Way, the wonderfully-executed and evocative documentary film about the Toffees’ mid-1980s resurgence, is far from unique in paying less attention to the Blues’ most recent League win. Paul McParlan seeks to redress the balance by documenting, analysing and celebrating the 1986-87 campaign.


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