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Dr David France remembers his friend and Everton legend, Gordon West.
Last game of the season and Blues were out in force for this one as our local pub confirmed by the numbers in early, strangely the numbers in our ale house are a remarkably good guide to the days attendance. Today's turnout reflected the plus 39,000 at the game.
Two points dropped from a game that drove this fan mad as we produced the football that should have ensured a comfortable victory but a combination of poor first touches and lack of shots when we were in the box did for us.
All in all, with Liverpool losing at home again this was a decent point in what is always a tricky fixture.
Ken Buckley returns from his enforced absence to witness lots of joined-up stuff.
Everton stunned Manchester United with a two-goal salvo to secure a dramatic 4-4 draw
Match Report: FA Cup Semi-Final
Gutting... just gutting.
"Many thought the recent visit of West Brom gave Everton their easiest 90 minutes of the season; this was easier."
Paul's report from a wet Goodison that witnessed the 4-0 thrashing of Sunderland
Everton coasted to their biggest win of the season so far by comprehensively beating Sunderland at Goodison Park.
West Brom (H)
Everton v West Brom
Everton became only the third team to win at the Liberty Stadium this season, stifling Swansea's much-vaunted passing game and eventually turning on the style in the second half to record a handsome victory
Everton?s problem is the lack of creativity and it becomes more apparent with each passing game.
The Blues are denied a fine equalising goal when an erroneous offside flag robbed Royston Drenthe
A report on the Sunderland FA Cup 6th Round tie
Commentary on the FA Cup 6th Round tie against Sunderland.
Everton must overcome Sunderland on their own turf if they're to reach Wembley after a full-blooded cup tie ended all-square.
Everton's nine-game unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt at Anfield
Paul Traill shocked, dismayed and £50 poorer after a game that was That was as bad as I can remember from Moyes. A truly abject and disgraceful way to treat such loyal supporters.
Everton held out for another impressive home win with Spurs joining Chelsea and Manchester City on the scrap heap.
Nikica Jelavić scored the winner as Everton beat Spurs at Goodison
The game time will help the first team players but a bright and purposeful Liverpool side easily outplayed their experienced opponents. Osman aside, Everton?s first team players wasted their chance to impress the watching David Moyes.
QPR away and with them having a poor record on home soil gave many a Blue thoughts of three points but a disjointed performance saw us grateful to come away with just one point and on a unbeaten eight game run.
was delighted to have the opportunity to attend a Media Breakfast courtest of ToffeeWeb to launch the as yet untitled autobiography of one Neville Southall. With holidays left to take from work, what better way to use one than meeting one of our best ever players and one of my favorite ever players. Needless to say I was very excited to attend.
Two early goals eased the Blues' passage to the quarter finals with a 2-0 win over Blackpool
Ee- Aye-Addio, we're gonna to win the cup. A chant remembered from the 60s was embraced one way or another as we put the tie to bed within 7mins of the start.
Everton 2 - 0 Blackpool
FA Cup 5th Round
Everton 2 - 0 Chelsea
Goals from the classy Steven Pienaar, and the industrial Denis Stracqualursi, saw Everton claim back-to-back home wins, for the first time since May
A triumphant return for Steven Pienaar and a first League goal for Stracqualursi earn the Blues a third successive home League win over Chelsea
Wigan Athletic 1 - 1 Everton
Wigan Athletic 1 - 1 Everton
Another Howard howler has us on the back foot but Big Vic rose to rescue a point when, after such gritty and determined displays against both Fulham and City were set aside, we played as though it was our right to win and the build up play was so slow it gave Wigan a lift.
Victor Anichebe's equaliser salvages a point from a game that was there for the taking
Match Report ? Man City (H)
Everton shut out title-chasing Manchester City, the Premier League's leading scorers, despite a makeshift defence.
Yesterday was a great day to be an Evertonian; long may it continue.
Everton booked their place in the 5th Round last night. The Toffees came from behind thanks to Denis Stracqualursi's first goal for the club and Marouane Fellaini's winner. Fulham's last win at Goodison Park came in 1975; a run that never looked like ending.
A win and in the next round of the cup. Not getting to carried away with it as cup ties are rarely any barometer of league form. It should serve to bolster confidence a little and perhaps bring a little more self belief back.
Everton 2-1 Fulham.It?s great to be in the hat before everyone else plays and we can now just relax, see who goes through and see who we draw in the next round.
Match Report v Blackburn Rover (H)
Blackburn, from the bottom three of the league, turn up with a handful of travelling fans and met a Blues side who seemed hell bent on taking their place in the bottom three, such was the apology for a game that I have witnessed at Goodison for some time.
Paul Traill saw the game at Villa Park
Victor Anichebe's second goal of the year earned a 1-1 draw at Villa Park
We are through to the next round and, in FA Cup terms, nothing else matters.
Paul was one of the 27,561 who attended the Goodison demolition of mighty Tamworth...
Everton welcomed a Bolton side boasting 19 defeats in their last 25 league games. Most had this as a home banker; somebody forgot to tell Owen Coyle's side.
Tim Howard's wind-assisted goal is wiped out by poor defending by the Blues and better football where it counted from Bolton
Ken Buckley was at Goodison to watch in the wailing wind...
Paul Trail's report on the Bolton fiasco.
Everton plundered three points from a dreadful New Year's Day encounter at The Hawthorns
West Brom (A)
Match Report: Swansea (H)
Happy with three points, no matter how they're earned
Leon Osman salvaged a point late on against Norwich but the Blues' lack of cutting edge remains the chief concern
Concern over Everton's attacking ineptitude in the face of a resolute defence is back on the agenda after the home defeat to Stoke
?Good day for the game today eh?? said my other half. I didn?t have a clue what she was on about until I looked outside. Heavy rain and high winds?oh Lord?this didn?t look as though it was going to be fun.
A good day out spoiled by a so called football match just about ruined many a Blue fans weekend.
A nice three points on the road
Everton eventually overcame the conditions, the 10 men of Bolton and their own attacking problems to run out 2-0 winners at the Reebok Stadium
ny fans will blame the poor standard of football on the lack of investment but the players and the manager are both, still, capable of doing a lot better.
A late Leighton Baines penalty secured Everton the win their dominance deserved
It?s all about the points at the moment...
Denouncing the wholesale posting of emails between EFC officials
Everton slumped to a sixth defeat in seven games in all competitions despite enjoying the majority of the possession against third-placed Newcastle
Whilst it?s difficult to criticize the team for their efforts, I think it?s fair to criticize Moyes for his tactical decisions in this one.
Everton couldn't find a way through Manchester United and succumbed to their first defeat in this fixture in four seasons.
Overall I found it a frustrating game as all through I thought Utd were there to be beat but we just did not seem to have the self-belief and afforded them too much respect.
Chelsea again in quick succession, this time in the Carling Cup. Just over 23.000 of us assembled and were treated to a very entertaining game of footy, just a pity we lost.<
A dramatic finish saw Everton make off with all three precious points
Blues exorcise Cottage Bogey
If we're going to lose the game anyway, can we not go down with a little more spirit and adventure?
Ken Buckley reports from a disappointing afternoon at the Bridge
We didn?t cheat. We got cheated, we worked our nuts off and but for a few silly lapses really would have held our for a draw.
Once again, indefensible refereeing ruined the Merseyside derby
Ref ruins derby
In reality, Moyes made no real attempt to win the City game and with a strategy like that, you usually get what you deserve.
The day we saw money talking
Blues through to next round from a soporific display.
As the song goes, "We're on the march with Moyes's army...?. On tonight's evidence, it's more of a crawl.
Everton still in the hat after a determined fight back? though West Brom will be disappointed not to have gone through in 90 minutes
Match Report: Everton are off the mark at Goodison Park with their first home win of the season.
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