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Sep 30 - Poor
old Gazza Paul Gascoigne will be out for a few weeks following
yet another self-inflicted injury when he damaged knee
ligaments trying to tackle Kanouté.
Sep 29: Tomasz Radzinski capped a wonderful day for Everton against West Ham Utd by rounding the 'keeper to notch the Blues' 5th goal with 15 mins to go. Despite losing Gazza early on, Everton dominated and went ahead on 45' when Campbell headed home. Don Hutchison scored a farcical og 5 mins into the 2nd half; Thomas Gravesen danced through to smash home No 3 just minutes after Hutchison's gaffe and Steve Watson fired in the fourth. New report by Julian Cashen
Sep 28 - Sing
that again, Slav Ex-Everton player Slaven Bilic,
multi-lingual qualified lawyer, now wants to add 'pop-star'
to his CV...
Sep 28: An Open Forum? This strange account of a private shareholders' meeting has suddenly appeared on the Official Website, nearly two months after the meeting was held at Goodison Park. It seems more like a thinly veiled slap in the face to the Echo's David Prentice rather than a realistic report on that old meeting!
Sep 27 - Radz
back in training Expectations are high that Tomasz
Radzinski could finally be given his full Everton debut
against West Ham at the weekend, now that he is back in
training, and Duncan Ferguson has a recurrence of his old
Sep 26 - Andy Gray backs Smith Andy Gray stands firm with his fellow Scot, claiming Walter Smith has done a good job with one hand tied behind his back.
Sep 26 - More injury worries We are trying to keep track of the developing injury crisis but it's hard when players get injured in training on a Friday. Here is the Echo's projection for our injury problems this Saturday.
Sep 26: Everton fan Alan Doyle feels that Walter Smith cannot be blamed for the recent run of dismal results. In defence of Walter Smith he continues to manage Everton through "very difficult circumstances" and deserves even more chances to prove that we can cling on to 12th place in the Premiership...
Sep 25: - Many Evertonians have been describing their own reactions to the latest Everton defeat over on Kenny Fogarty's ToffeeWeb Forum. Seems like our columnist Ian Mills feels your pain, judging by his latest ToffeeWeb contribution.
Sep 24 - Reserves
draw again Everton's reserves game against
Manchester City ended in a 1-1 draw with
Joe-Max Moore getting the goal and Danny
Cadamarteri making an appearance. This was their third such result in the new
from Steve Milne
Sep 24 - Materazzi drops a few: 1) While playing for Everton he was sent off '"for being Italian." 2) The players told him to go back to Italy. 3) He would only return to the Premiership for a London club.
Sep 24 - Everton fan and Championship Manager designer Paul Collyer has set up an Everton web forum reserved for suggestions on making improvements at Everton FC. What sort of things do you want to see changed for the better? Provide your input to the Everton Supporters Forum.
Sep 23 - Gazza:
the full Interview Gazza has publicly admitted that he has a drink
problem. This exclusive interview in The
Observer brings out the very human aspects of his
poignant life-story, in which Walter Smith has played a
significant part. We have finally tracked down the
full version at the Guardian website.
Sep 23: Stability as a means to an end may be all well and good. But if "stability" is a euphemism for continuing decline denoted by asset-stripping, incompetent management, dire football, poor results, lower attendances... well you get the drift. So does Colm Kavanagh who wonders if the Camel's back about to break?.
Sep 22: Everton traveled to Ewood Park without Tomasz Radzinski, who was not fit, and lost 1-0 to Blackburn Rovers. Hibbert and Gazza started; Everton missed a penalty that Ferguson executed poorly, letting Friedel save. Then Blackburn grabbed an easy goal through Grabbi. Everton tried very hard but they just could not score. Read this report by Rob Burns.
Sep 22 - A little later than planned, the results of ToffeeWeb's
of the Month for August poll are in and, unsurprisingly, The
Big Yin got the nod. Check out the
Sep 19 - David Unsworth has been rewarded with a new three-year contract extension.
Sep 19 - Cada was leaving anyway Danny Cadamarteri claims he was leaving at the end of the season anyway, since Everton can't "guarantee him first-team football"... nothing to do with the fact that he is simply not good enough?
Sep 18 - Cada to be released Danny Cadamarteri will be encouraged to leave the club before his contract expires if "suitable arrangements" can be made...
Sep 18 - Leeds game rearranged Everton will now visit Elland Road on Wednesday, December19 (7:45pm), unless Leeds are knocked out of the Worthington Cup by Leicester City on October 8, in which case the game will be staged a week earlier on Wednesday, December 12.
Sep 18: It may feel like cutting off your own arm but in Cold hard reality, ToffeeWeb Webmaster and columnist Lyndon Lloyd believes Walter Smith should take the bold decision of relegating Duncan Ferguson to the bench. Everton's attempts to challenge at the right end of the table may depend on a more mobile attacking partnership.
Sep 17: Big Yin or Big Yawn? Everton fan Ben Fardey is not too impressed with our Duncan Ferguson. But Declan O'Shaughnessey reckons the problem lies in the lack of supply from our inadequate midfield. Send your considered contributions to the ToffeeWeb Editor.
Sep 17 - One of Everton's 1960s stars, winger Alex Scott, passed away last week at the age of 64. This link Alex Scott dies leads to his obituary in The Guardian.
Sep 16: We haven't heard much from Colm Kavanagh since the start of the season. But our Irish columnist has some thoughts about yesterday's derby: Taking it on the Chin. And they're not as negative as you might have expected from the poor result.
Sep 15: - What can we to say about another dismal, depressing, defeat? Everton were simply not good enough; outplayed by Liverpool in all areas of the field by the red horde. Watching this game unfold hurt deeply. Instead of 10 league places separating Everton and Liverpool, there is now just one. Latest report is from Jenny Roberts
15 - Alan
Stubbs is featured in this article in the Telegraph by
Henry Winter. Stubbsy talks of his childhood as an Everton
fan, and how it is a dream come true for him to now be playing for
Sep 15 - Joe-Max Moore's pain Joe-Max Moore talks to The Guardian about how he reacted to the terrible events of this horrendous week back in America.
Sep 14 - Gough puts his boots back on Richard Gough is reportedly making a footballing comeback after leaving Everton for apparent retirement in May. The 38 year-old defender will make a two guest appearances for injury-hit Australian National Soccer League side Northern Spirit
Sep 14: Gravesen back in the frame Thomas Gravesen is set to return to first team action after making a rapid recovery from the horrible Tarrico tackle that took a gouge out of his leg. Thomasz Radzinski could make his debut, probably from the bench. But Nick Barmby has been dropped by Liverpool to avoid unpleasant recriminations from Everton fans.
Sep 14 - Cadamarteri fined Danny Cadamarteri was fined £2,000 plus costs of £4,000 after being found guilty of assault.
Sep 14 - Former Blue Sandy Brown has apparently been hospitalised after suffering a second stroke yesterday. The ToffeeWeb team extends its best wishes to Sandy and his family.
Sep 13 - Alex Scott dies One of Everton's 1960s stars, winger Alex Scott, has passed away at the age of 64.
Sep 12: Everton fell prey to the banana-skin once again as they lost 4 - 5 on penalties at Goodison Park to First Division Crystal Palace. It was 1-1 after both 90 mins and Extra Time. Duncan Ferguson scored his third penalty of the season after 6 mins; Freedman equalised from the spot 4 mins later. Captain Campbell blasted the first and ultimately decisive penalty kick over the bar in the shootout. Report by Paul Waring
Sep 12 - Leeds game off Everton's fixture against Leeds United next week has been postponed as a result of this week's cancellation of all remaining Uefa matches due to security fears, with the Leeds match against Maritimo rescheduled for 20 September.
Sep 10: Life when you're poor Walter Smith tells The Telegraph he is "blissfully happy" at Everton FC, operating on a shoestring budget. Perhaps he is actually reflecting on his annual salary – estimated to be around £750k...
Sep 10 - It appears certain that Paul Gascoigne will finally be given some time on the field when Everton take on Crystal Palace at Goodison Park in the 2nd Round of the Worthington League Cup on Wednesday.
Sep 9 - Mad Dog fit again Tommy Gravesen says he'll be fit for the Goodison derby game on Saturday. Will Walter Smith agree?
Sep 9 - Thanks, but No thanks Second division Notts County say an agent offered them Paul Gascoigne on loan, but they decided to say no.
Sep 8 - Danish wonderkid [Rumour] Everton are reported to be interested in 16-year-old Mads Beierholm who has burst on the scene in Denmark, scoring 2 goals in 6 games.
Sep 8: The bubble bursts in predictable fashion as Manchester United's rotation squad demonstrate that the Table really was upside-down, and little of substance has really changed at Everton. A poor display, with United making over 20 strikes on goal to a pathetic 5 from Everton. Gascoigne? Not even on the bench.
Sep 7: Danny Cadamarteri has been found guilty of causing actual bodily harm to Joeline Joel, who sustained a suspected fracture of the jaw in a late-night fracas in Liverpool city centre last October. Sentencing is deferred until next week but will not involve prison time because the attack was provoked.
Sep 7 - Everton fans reps have been getting down one-2-one with senior Everton executives to discuss a wide range of current issues in the latest Fans Focus meeting. We bring you an easy-to-read version of Ian MacDonald's detailed notes on this informative exchange of views.
Sep 7 - Smith rules out Scots Job Walter Smith has made it clear he has no interest in taking up the job of Scotland manager, should the post become vacant any time soon.
Sep 4: Three of Everton's walking wounded played in tonight's Reserves match at Sheffield Wednesday. Paul Gascoigne, Abel Xavier and Alec Cleland all played the full 90 minutes, in which young Nick Chadwick was again on the scoresheet, grabbing a late equaliser for Everton. Read Steve Milne's Report
Sep 4 - Taricco to be charged The video review committee have recommended to the FA that Mauricio Taricco of Spurs be charged for the horrific studs-up tackle that took a piece out of Thomas Gravesen's leg at Goodison last month.
Sep 4 - Jeffers England Hat-trick Francis Jeffers, recently of Everton but now with Arsenal, scored a hat-trick for England U-21s in their 5-0 defeat of Albania. "His subtle movement off the ball was a class above anything else on show on the night." Ho hum.
Sep 4 - Player of the Month Who do you think was Everton's best player in the month of August (i.e. the season so far!). Vote Now! Poll closes 5pm BST Friday September 7th.
Sep 4 - Everton v Man U on TV Everton's home fixture against the reigning champions on Boxing Day will now be available on PPV (KO: 3pm), while overseas Blues can catch this weekend's clash at Old Trafford live or on tape delay (depending on location).
Sep 4 - Radzinski setback The Everton injury curse is likely to rule Thomasz Radzinski out of the Old Trafford clash on Saturday: he is still having hamstring problems.
Sep 3 - Man U (h) on Pay-Per-View ... on Boxing Day, that is. Everton's home fixture against the reigning champions on Boxing Day will now be available on PPV. KO: 3pm.
Sep 3 - Poyet Red Card Stands The FA have declined the opportunity to rescind Gus Poyet's red card, awarded for a cynical bodycheck on Steve Watson a fortnight ago.
Sep 2 - Spotted playing for a 'Sunday park' team in Ireland was former Everton player from the 60s, Mick Meegan. Meegan is 67, and he finished the game. They don't make them like that any more.
Sep 2 - Hutchison on his move Don Hutchison's strange description of his move from Sunderland to West Ham appears to carry the hallmarks of further disharmony between player and manager...
Sep 2 - Petrov declined Smith's offer The Sunday tabloids also publish a claim that Celtic midfielder Stilian Petrov turned down an £8M transfer to Everton last season. The claim was subsequently denied by Walter Smith.
Sep 1 - International Blues Plenty of involvement of Everton players in today's World Cup qualifiers: Weir, Naysmith & Gemmill for Scotland; Joe-Max Moore for the US; Alexandersson for Sweden; and Tal for Israel.
Sep 1 - Player of the Month Who do you think was Everton's best player in the month of August (i.e. the season so far!). Vote Now! Poll closes 5pm BST Friday September 7th.
Sep 1: The results for the August ToffeeWeb Poll are in and it seems the majority of us don't want the naming rights to the new stadium sold to a corporation and that it should simply be called the Kings Dock. Check out the results, along with some of the other imaginative suggestions for the ground's moniker, and vote in the September poll.