Ancelotti's only full season in charge was pregnant with expectation of a promised "evolution" but ultimately ended in failure.
Silva's briefly promising tenure collapses by December, Ferguson steadies the ship for Ancelotti to come in before the coronavirus pandemic forces the season to be suspended and then extended deep into the summer of 2020.
Another new era begins as Marco Silva takes the helm under Director of Football, Marcel Brands.
A season of utter turmoil as Lukaku leaves, Rooney returns, Koeman implodes,
Unsworth struggles and the unpopular Allardyce reprises his "Fireman Sam" role.
The Ronald Koeman era and the first full season with the backing of Farhad Moshiri's financial muscle begins.
A tough start sets the scene for another long hard season in the unforgiving Premier League that eventually saw Roberto Martinez lose his job.
Dreaded second-season syndrome bites Martinez with the added pressure of Europa
League competition this time.
Roberto Martinez assumes the helm after the Moyes era and ends the campaign with a record points haul and re-entry into Europe.
A better start but Europe was once more elusive in David Moyes's last season in charge.
No new transfers and an aging side has trouble getting going before Christmas... but Jelavic, Donovan and Pienaar inspire a stirring New Year rise to 7th
Huge promise scuppered by a lousy start: bottom in September, the Blues climb to a respectable 7th place finish on fewer points and goals than last season.
Another absolutely dreadful start... but after Christmas, Everton turn on the form, yet cannot finish any higher than 8th
A dreadful start belies a very creditable 5th-place finish again, this time with a resilient run to the FA Cup Final.
Another Top-10 season and a great European adventure that ended in heartache and hangover, the Blues just scraping 5h place
Without dropping out of the top half all season long, Moyes's boys secure Uefa Cup qualification with a 6th-place finish.
The European dream is shattered all too quickly and relegation looks a distinct possibility until a New Year renaissance that eventually petered out into an 11th-place finish.
A Rooney-less Everton, widely considered relegation fodder by pundits, adopt a siege mentality to secure an unlikely place in the Champion's League places.
Uproar in May as the Blues do just enough to avoid the drop but finish 17th following a dismal season.
David Moyes's first full season in charge yields a 7th-place finish and a Manager of the Year award for the boss.
Walter Smith's time is brought to an ignominous end, with Bill Kenwright drafting in David Moyes to work a nine-game miracle to save the Blues.
A season that will live long in the memory as one of the most dire, dismal, disappointing experiences for long-suffering Evertonians.
A top-half finish eludes a much improved Everton Squad under Walter Smith.
With Walter Smith at the helm, Duncan Ferguson is sold and Everton are saved only by the signing of Kevin Campbell.
So close to the brink... Howard Kendall returns but survival is only secured by goal difference on the last day of the season.
A season to forget... In 6th place in December, the season fell apart and Joe Royle's departed, with Dave Watson keeping the Blues in the top flight.
The season of Andrei Kanchelskis who weighed in with 16 goals and helped secure a 6th-placed finish in the Premiership.
The season that started so badly, but finished on a fantastic high note with an FA Cup triumph atWembley.
Includes results & fixtures for season 93-94. Not much else, because this was the season ToffeeWeb was created.
Results from the Blues' first season in the FA Premiership following football's invention by BSkyB
Results from the Blues' last season in the old Division One
The Blues' fall from grace continues as the last decade of the century dawns.
Results from the season as Colin Harvey struggles to emulate the mid-80s Golden Years in the face of the Heysel ban on English clubs in Europe.