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Contributions from our editorial team and featured columnists.

Jaded-Looking Blues Can't Kill Off Stoke

Lyndon Lloyd

All in all, with Liverpool losing at home again this was a decent point in what is always a tricky fixture.

The Boys Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

Lyndon Lloyd

Everton stunned Manchester United with a two-goal salvo to secure a dramatic 4-4 draw

Always the Bridesmaid...

Lyndon Lloyd

Gutting... just gutting.

Black Cats Declawed Once Again

Lyndon Lloyd

Everton coasted to their biggest win of the season so far by comprehensively beating Sunderland at Goodison Park.

Everton Still Hold the Indian Sign Over Swansea

Lyndon Lloyd

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 Left Smarting at Injustice

Lyndon Lloyd

The Blues are denied a fine equalising goal when an erroneous offside flag robbed Royston Drenthe

Blues Can't Turn Dominance Into Victory

Lyndon Lloyd

Everton must overcome Sunderland on their own turf if they're to reach Wembley after a full-blooded cup tie ended all-square.

Doomed From the Start

Lyndon Lloyd

Everton's nine-game unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt at Anfield

Second-Half Stand Keeps Spurs at Bay

Lyndon Lloyd

Nikica Jelavić scored the winner as Everton beat Spurs at Goodison

Everton strike early to cruise through

Lyndon Lloyd

Two early goals eased the Blues' passage to the quarter finals with a 2-0 win over Blackpool

Everton 2 - 0 Chelsea

Lyndon Lloyd

A triumphant return for Steven Pienaar and a first League goal for Stracqualursi earn the Blues a third successive home League win over Chelsea

All a Bit of a Let-Down

Lyndon Lloyd

Victor Anichebe's equaliser salvages a point from a game that was there for the taking

Tenacious Blues Prove the Spirit is Back

Lyndon Lloyd

Everton shut out title-chasing Manchester City, the Premier League's leading scorers, despite a makeshift defence.

A Point Salvaged as Anichebe Makes His Point

Lyndon Lloyd

Victor Anichebe's second goal of the year earned a 1-1 draw at Villa Park

Windblown Everton Spurn Howard Gift

Lyndon Lloyd

Tim Howard's wind-assisted goal is wiped out by poor defending by the Blues and better football where it counted from Bolton

Anichebe Strike Illuminates a Dour Affair

Lyndon Lloyd

Everton plundered three points from a dreadful New Year's Day encounter at The Hawthorns

A Point Rescued But Problems Remain

Lyndon Lloyd

Leon Osman salvaged a point late on against Norwich but the Blues' lack of cutting edge remains the chief concern

Back on the Road to Nowhere

Lyndon Lloyd

Concern over Everton's attacking ineptitude in the face of a resolute defence is back on the agenda after the home defeat to Stoke

Everton Take Full Advantage of Depleted Bolton

Lyndon Lloyd

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

Everton do just enough to see off Wolves

Lyndon Lloyd

A late Leighton Baines penalty secured Everton the win their dominance deserved

A Word on “Email-Gate”

Lyndon Lloyd

Denouncing the wholesale posting of emails between EFC officials

Everton's Attacking Struggles Continue

Lyndon Lloyd

Everton slumped to a sixth defeat in seven games in all competitions despite enjoying the majority of the possession against third-placed Newcastle

United Prove Too Strong for Battling Everton

Lyndon Lloyd

Everton couldn't find a way through Manchester United and succumbed to their first defeat in this fixture in four seasons.

Bolder Blues Profit from Late Twist

Lyndon Lloyd

A dramatic finish saw Everton make off with all three precious points

Time to Change the Record

Lyndon Lloyd

If we're going to lose the game anyway, can we not go down with a little more spirit and adventure?

Injustice in its Purest Form

Lyndon Lloyd

Once again, indefensible refereeing ruined the Merseyside derby

The Price of Stability

Lyndon Lloyd

In reality, Moyes made no real attempt to win the City game and with a strategy like that, you usually get what you deserve.

Late Goals Seal First Home Win

Lyndon Lloyd

Match Report: Everton are off the mark at Goodison Park with their first home win of the season.

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