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Chelsea point represents another step forward for Everton under Silva

Lyndon Lloyd : 11/11/2018

Though things didn’t quite come together in the attacking third as the manager would have hoped or the impressively vocal travelling fans might have dreamed this result and the display that underpinned it are evidence of further progress in the Portuguese’s nascent tenure

Resilient Everton display ends goalless

Michael Kenrick : 11/11/2018

Everton endured their toughest test to date this season when they stopped Chelsea scoring at Stamford Bridge, but lacked the guile needed to win the game.

Excellent Everton brighten up the day

Paul Traill : 04/11/2018

Everton, especially in the second half, ripped Brighton apart in what was as fine a 45 minutes I’ve seen from the Blues in some time.

Richarlison dazzles again as Everton cruise to victory over Brighton

Lyndon Lloyd : 03/11/2018

A handsome win and yet you feel there is still quite a bit of unfulfilled potential in this team which is pretty exciting for the future under Marco Silva

Fine brace from Richarlison seals win

Michael Kenrick : 03/11/2018

Three excellent goals, two from Richarlison and one from Coleman, sealed the win over a resistant Seagulls side.

Not your run-of-the-mill Old Trafford defeat

Lyndon Lloyd : 28/10/2018

Ultimately, it was another dispiriting loss at Old Trafford but with enough to keep alive the hope and belief that Everton are moving in the right direction under Silva

Blues fail to really punish the lucky Reds

Michael Kenrick : 28/10/2018

Everton produce an ultimately disappointing display by failing to beat a very beatable Manchester United side on their turf.

Eruption of joy at Goodison Park

Paul Traill : 21/10/2018

With time receding and Everton on the front foot, Lookman picked up the ball at the edge of the penalty area and crossed, Calvert-Lewin, despite Wayne Hennessey getting a hand to it, heading the ball into the net and triggering jubilant scenes in the stands.

Two late subs, two great goals as Pickford saves Blues

Michael Kenrick : 21/10/2018

Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun both came on to score late goals as Crystal Palace make it very difficult, Pickford saving a penalty won by Zaha.

Silva's stars begin to align as Everton top Leicester

Lyndon Lloyd : 06/10/2018

It may have taken a world-class goal from Gylfi Sigurdsson but Everton were full value for their first away win under Marco Silva

Everton win away with two fine goals

Michael Kenrick : 06/10/2018

Everton got off to a brilliant start at Leicester with Bernard's trickery setting up a fine finish for Richarlison after just 7 minutes. But the second from Sigurdsson was a worldie.

Why so many changes… EVERY YEAR?

Paul Traill : 02/10/2018

There was a sad inevitability about Theo’s spot kick being saved, and it wasn’t a great effort. The keeper guessed right and stopped it. As Cedric walked up to take the final penalty I noticed several people already leaving in the Park End. Truth be told, had my seat been nearer the aisle than it is I’d perhaps have done the same. Cedric scoring was as inevitable as Silva making so many changes to the team.

One great half...

Paul Traill : 30/09/2018

Overall, a nice win and an important one. As we have in our last two games, Fulham will rue them missed chances in the first half. The Premier League is unforgiving and if you miss your chances you are usually punished. Let’s hope this win can be a catalyst for us to be more clinical with our opportunities moving forward.

Everton make their quality tell to put paid to Fulham

Lyndon Lloyd : 29/09/2018

While far from fully convincing, this was an important result that can provide a catalyst from which to get some forward momentum on the season

Sigurdsson and Tosun finally find the net

Michael Kenrick : 29/09/2018

Sigurdsson finally delivered after missing a penalty but scoring two fine goals, Cenk Tosun getting his first of the season.

Signs of progress amid the gloom of another Emirates defeat

Lyndon Lloyd : 24/09/2018

Ultimately, this was a routine result for this particular fixture in scoreline only and 2-0 was harsh on an Everton team that had done more than enough to earn at least a point

Cech repels fine Everton attacks to steal the points

Michael Kenrick : 23/09/2018

Everton took the game to Arsenal brilliantly in the first half but crucially failed to score, and the inevitable happens in the second half.

Question marks all over the shop

Lyndon Lloyd : 16/09/2018

This was very much a story of contrasting individual stories and it throws up a slew of talking points about just how strong Marco Silva’s team actually is and whether the system favoured up to this point — not to mention the personnel within it — has any future

Atrocious result as Everton self-destruct

Michael Kenrick : 16/09/2018

Everton self-destruct with two horrible goals given away in a shockingly awful first-half display against the bottom side.

550 miles for that!!!

Dave Williams : 02/09/2018

Back in the house by 11:15 pm – a very long day and the fact that what I talked about when I got in was meeting Tony Bellew says it all about the football.

Draw ugly

Paul Traill : 02/09/2018

A poor performance, the worst in five games, but we all need to understand that this is going to take a lot of time

Dismal Everton escape with a draw

Michael Kenrick : 01/09/2018

Everton went behind all too easily off another corner but responded immediately through Calvert-Lewin, yet they could not break through again in a dreadful second half.

Plenty of good individual performances

Paul Traill : 30/08/2018

There was enough quality on the pitch to ensure our place in the third round was sealed, thanks to a Gylfi Sigurdsson tap-in and a brace from Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Tactical Analysis – Southampton (H)

Steve Ferns : 27/08/2018

So many positives to take from the game, but it was far from perfect. We will be better than this. This is all about progression.

An opportunity missed but some harsh lessons hopefully learned

Lyndon Lloyd : 25/08/2018

Rome wasn’t built in a day and Everton won’t be rebuilt over the course of a summer, a couple of transfer windows or even a season but this felt like another big missed opportunity nonetheless

Blues squander two-goal lead after ridiculous Richarlison 'head-butt'

Michael Kenrick : 25/08/2018

A crazy game on the south coast, ended in stalemate with a player from each side sent off and Keane stretchered off.

Wolves (away) - A (long and boring) tactical analysis

Steve Ferns : 20/08/2018

After the horror shows in pre-season, it was good to see the old guard perform so well with just the addition of Richarlison and this gives so much hope for the future as the big signings break into the first XI, and everyone gets to grips with Silva's tactics, and his coaching continues to improve players.

Early signs are very positive

Paul Traill : 19/08/2018

A good and deserved win with good football played at times. With our new players still to be integrated, you have to be excited about what we might be able to do this season.

Encouraging signs as Everton earn first win under Silva

Lyndon Lloyd : 18/08/2018

What’s really exciting for Evertonians is that, really like the team’s performance as a whole, you get the sense there is much, much more to come from Richarlison who already has three goals to his name.

Scintillating football returns to Goodison Park

Michael Kenrick : 18/08/2018

Marco Silva orchestrated a splendid start to his first home Premier League fixture as Everton put two finely worked goals past Southampton.

Richarlison thrills as 10-man Blues are denied victory by Wolves

Lyndon Lloyd : 12/08/2018

It may not have ended up that way in this game but it looks like Everton have a bona fide match-winner in Richarlison. Even better, four of Silva’s signings have yet to make their first appearances. It feels like things are just getting started…

10-man Everton forced to settle for opening-day draw

Michael Kenrick : 11/08/2018

Everton's 2018-19 Premier League campaign began with a draw in front of the BT cameras in the late-afternoon kick-off at Molineux against newly-promoted Wolves.

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