Everton v Boreham Wood
In the 5th Round of the FA Cup, Everton have been drawn at home to non-league giant-killers Boreham Wood, who defeated Bournemouth in fine FA Cup style this evening..
The Full Draw
Luton Town v Chelsea
Crystal Palace v Stoke City
Peterborough United v Manchester City
Liverpool v Norwich City
Southampton v West Ham United
Middlesbrough v Tottenham Hotspur
Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield Town
Everton v Boreham Wood
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1 Posted 06/02/2022 at 11:48:19
Everton v Chelsea final ?
2 Posted 06/02/2022 at 11:51:28
3 Posted 06/02/2022 at 11:52:50
4 Posted 06/02/2022 at 11:52:52
But the quarters will be very tough, all favourable draws for the big teams, by the looks, Likely all of City, Liverpool, Chelsea, and Spurs will be in the quarter finals.
5 Posted 06/02/2022 at 11:59:13
Let's just hit the ground running and win well against Newcastle on Tuesday.
6 Posted 06/02/2022 at 11:59:39
On paper a PL club through in every game
7 Posted 06/02/2022 at 12:02:33
8 Posted 06/02/2022 at 12:09:45
Only one definite all PL tie - Saints v Hammers - and one potential one - them v Norwich.
Good draw for us. Cummon Boreham!
9 Posted 06/02/2022 at 12:10:35
How do you know its a Wednesday game, I think we will have to wait till we find which match will ITV feature guess not ours so we could be Sat.
10 Posted 06/02/2022 at 12:13:42
11 Posted 06/02/2022 at 12:14:24
12 Posted 06/02/2022 at 12:16:11
13 Posted 06/02/2022 at 12:33:40
14 Posted 06/02/2022 at 12:36:16
16 Posted 06/02/2022 at 13:11:22
17 Posted 06/02/2022 at 13:40:48
18 Posted 06/02/2022 at 14:13:58
One positive step at a time.
"He's One of US Now
He's One of US Now
He's One of Us Now !"
Hope so Frank.
(I DID have these lyrics earmarked for Delle Ali too, but, so delighted after yesterday).
19 Posted 06/02/2022 at 15:08:29
Lampard had a dream to make our club supreme,
So he used Moshiri's money to build a team of his own.
We play from the back, with Dom in attack.
The School of Science is definitely back.
20 Posted 06/02/2022 at 17:08:38
21 Posted 06/02/2022 at 17:14:05
Any takers for "Frankie says Kopites are Gobshites"?
22 Posted 06/02/2022 at 17:17:40
But for now can we all take a look at the previous shitfest, forget about that and the next game until Monday, and bloody enjoy the remainder of the weekend?
Has been a long time coming, make the most of it and enjoy.
23 Posted 06/02/2022 at 17:34:15
24 Posted 06/02/2022 at 17:36:30
25 Posted 06/02/2022 at 17:38:12
Our feelgood IS BACK
I'll smilingly sing these songs wearing Brians T-Shirt
Happiness as an Evertonian these recent years is brief and impermanent
I have a longer term project in mind.
An Everton Anthem.
Something that literally stuns opposition into dread, fear and RESPECT.
Presently, I have two favoured options.
One by a Boston-Irish band which is already their football tribute (albeit that pathetic american version of chasing the egg)
The second a haunting brilliant reworking of a lesser known Dylan, from Sons of Anarchy.
Dropkick Murphys "Rose Tattoo"
I'd rebadge as "BLUE TATTOO"
It's Irish Punk Anger appeals to My Royal Blue Toffishness
As do some lyrics
"I SWEAR to God in Heaven I would DIE for You"
Personally, the lyrics need only minor minor tinkering.
27 Posted 06/02/2022 at 17:52:51
Well I'll go to the foot of our stairs, where you could knock me over with a feather. Many such strange omens are cropping up! I know Dele is not available (Cup Tied) but Do-De-Do-De-Do-De, we are now entering the Twilight Zone!
About time if you ask me? :-)
28 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:02:19
29 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:04:01
30 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:09:01
Up there with "We're on the March with Frankie's Army"!
31 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:18:28
32 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:21:32
33 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:25:26
Here's a song for You Our Royal Blue American Brother.
Born a Blue
Mike Badger is a Local legend, Evertonian, Artist and Musician. Founder of Scouse Indie Cult Band, The La's.
Featuring Danny Roberts: Vocal/ Guitar, Mike Badger: Vocal/ Guitar, Anthony Foley: Bass, Sean Payne: Drums, Matt Dean: Back Vocal
This used to be played at half time.
It must be restored again.
34 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:36:24
We were drawn away but the game was changed to Goodison so a larger crowd could see the game. We nearly made a right pig's ear of that one, scraping through with a 1-0 win. Didn't Sheedy score the winner?
35 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:46:34
36 Posted 06/02/2022 at 18:59:28
37 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:08:33
38 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:11:15
Come on, Boreham! Don't bore us! :-)
39 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:13:21
Thinking of the Altrincham game, John Connolly saved us with a late equaliser at Goodison. One of my sports teachers at School played for Altrincham that day (can't remember his name - I think his surname was Smith). He was an Evertonian strangely enough and gave a mate and me a lift to the League Cup quarter-final at Old Trafford in 1977.
For those wondering, we won the replay 2-0 which was played at Old Trafford to help Altrincham make the most of it money wise.
40 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:29:45
41 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:39:34
Fulham beat us at Goodison in 75 after us going all the way to Plymouth (still hurts) so I think it was 1974.
42 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:40:06
I think the teacher's name was Graham Smith btw.
43 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:43:37
44 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:49:45
Like you, I was at the game but can't remember too much about the game. I think they had a guy playing called Tony Swindells who, although getting, on played well.
I just wish I had your memory, Dave, sometimes I can't even remember who scored for us in games this season.
45 Posted 06/02/2022 at 19:58:29
20-odd minutes left.
46 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:09:22
See you all there!!!
47 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:12:40
Wasn't Gary Jones sent off for punching an opponent?
48 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:19:47
49 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:24:09
50 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:25:43
It should be a walkover but these are the massive, massive banana skins. Every man, woman and dog will be hoping we slip up.
51 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:26:40
52 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:27:04
53 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:28:41
Dele, mixed emotions for you that night? Ha ha!
54 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:29:58
I was at both of those. 48 years ago against Alty.
55 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:29:58
56 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:30:35
Being honest, my long-term memory is a lot better than the more recent memories and I have to really concentrate on this season's games, but they are mostly better forgotten anyway!!
Yes, Gary Jones was sent off for punching an opponent in that game, beaut of a punch as well, right on the jaw.
“He could have been a contender”, Gary, but picked the wrong sport.
57 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:33:15
58 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:33:22
59 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:34:12
A salutary lesson in view of the result at Bournemouth.
60 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:36:16
61 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:36:34
I just wonder what stupid o'clock kick-off times the TV companies will come up with for these 5th Round ties.
62 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:37:20
63 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:37:39
Will they bring more fans than Brentford managed yesterday?
Average home attendance 900 apparently!
64 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:40:15
I hope Boreham Wood don't take that approach. The game has changed now and they would get sent off these days. We don't need the injuries.
Treat them with respect and we should win 4-0 to disappoint the rest of the nation.
65 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:40:43
I'd be happier if we were playing Norwich at Wembley! Can't count our chickens though, we have to beat Boreham Wood in the next round and another team before we can think of Wembley.
66 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:40:58
67 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:41:29
ITV4 coverage said one of their players is an Evertonian. Smith, I think.
68 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:42:03
69 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:42:20
70 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:44:01
Or am I going mad?
We'll have Forest in the final.
71 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:45:08
Jeff 55, that's him! I never realised he was an Evertonian, he was good to me though, I was never particularly blessed technically but always gave 110% and he seemed to really respect and appreciate that.
He ran our third eleven that season and although all our games were only “friendlies” we went unbeaten having played around 12 games with some of them against other schools first eleven. The team we had consisted of lads that just wanted to play but not considered good enough for the first or second elevens.
72 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:46:52
Hibbo shirt on back-to-front!
73 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:47:19
74 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:48:29
I don't think I've ever seen a game put on the fixture list so quick before!
75 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:48:41
They had the lowest home gates of any club at that level although he paid tribute to the band of regular away supporters numbering 30 to 40. It will be interesting to see how many jump on the bandwagon for a day out at Goodison.
Another non-league team we have played at Goodison was Kings Lynn in the third round in 1962. We won 4-0 with Bobby Collins and Roy Vernon among the goals.
76 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:49:24
77 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:53:46
In the interest of geographical accuracy, and not upsetting Dave Abrahams: Kenny McKenna's not a Scouser he's from Birkenhead.
Telford didhave a Scouser playing for them, though, but that was Davy Mather, who'd also played for the Blue Union.
I had the pleasure of playing with him in a tournament in the Isle of Man, which the Blue Union won. Worked with him too for a year or so. He was a good lad and a good player too, as is Kenny.
78 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:54:19
79 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:55:55
80 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:58:14
I'm already dreaming of Huddersfield/Forest in the quarter-final.
81 Posted 06/02/2022 at 20:58:22
82 Posted 06/02/2022 at 21:06:52
Nice day/evening out and a few quid in the coffers.
83 Posted 06/02/2022 at 21:06:56
This is real stuff.
84 Posted 06/02/2022 at 21:07:18
Best team for these, eh, Frank... they ain't conceded a cup goal yet!
Well done to Boreham Wood,a great effort... but hopefully it ends at the Old Lady!
85 Posted 06/02/2022 at 21:12:51
The Champions League is starting again soon, and that's when these teams sometimes have big decisions to make about what competition they're going to prioritise, but it's gotta be the FA Cup for Everton, I hope.
86 Posted 06/02/2022 at 21:14:24
87 Posted 06/02/2022 at 21:21:45
88 Posted 06/02/2022 at 21:31:48
89 Posted 06/02/2022 at 21:42:45
I could only get football results by listening to the BBC World Service on a short-wave radio. I was forced to take an interest in ice hockey and American football for many years. How things have changed.
90 Posted 06/02/2022 at 22:54:14
91 Posted 07/02/2022 at 03:55:56
I strung up a wire antenna (aerial) across the living room at a right angle to the direction to England. The 1985 FA Cup Final was nerve-wracking late in the second half as we hung on to that one-goal lead and the radio signal was fading in and out.
92 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:02:57
Most probably wrong about Johnny King being the manager and having Scousers in the side but definitely right about the way they played on the day.
93 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:16:56
What are folk from Birkenhead called? I've always called them Birkenheadtheballs, but what is their true race?
94 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:38:33
95 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:38:44
A good point, mate, but woe betide anyone from Birkenhead (or the Wirral where Mr Abrahams holidays) who claims to be a Scouser, not that we would.
I've been called many things over the years, even by fellow Blues, including Wool, Woollyback, Plazzy Scouser and others I can't print.
Our true race? An interesting and totally true story of course.
We colonised the Wirral first, coming from God knows where and lived quietly for some time. Then there was a spate of wheels going missing from our horse-drawn carts. The culprits were caught and basically banished across the river.
And that's the honest truth!! Honest.
96 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:43:07
Born in Birkenhead
Went to Laird Street school
Could head a ball when I was younger.
Does this remind you of anyone? Just asking like.
97 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:44:43
Not sure about Johnny King, mate, but Davy Mather was a Scouser. I worked with him at Vauxhalls for a year. A cracking lad and a great striker. He played for the Blue Union from Garston before "hitting the bigtime."
Kenny McKenna was from Birkenhead, an Evertonian, who was a good player too. They did hand it out and the game became a bit "feisty" because of it.
Shame really as I hoped they'd enjoy the day and play the game. Few too many kopites in their team for that though.
98 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:47:04
I'm a huge promoter of the Greater Liverpool Region and inclusiveness in all things Scouse-ness.
Bootle, Litherland, Crosby (Sefton). Halewood, Huyton, Kirkby (Knowsley). All Liverpool and part of the Scouse family to me.
Birkenhead. Up for discussion. There's a natural water boundary. A bit like the misconception that Gateshead is part of Newcastle. But they're part of the Geordie nation, so why not Birkenhead?
99 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:47:53
Sounds a bit like my dad's old mate (William) Bill, though he never used his first name. ;-)
100 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:51:44
Don't be trying to integrate us. We'll just keep the passport regulations in place necessary for crossing the great divide, thank you very much. :-))
101 Posted 07/02/2022 at 10:59:14
102 Posted 07/02/2022 at 11:12:01
103 Posted 07/02/2022 at 11:15:02
John # 94 - you wouldnt have said that if you had been at the battle of Ilchester Square when it rained milk bottles.
104 Posted 07/02/2022 at 11:38:32
I remember the first time I visited them on my own and got stopped at the entrance and grilled. Luckily my credentials held up and I not only survived but was escorted to my aunty's door.
Good as gold after that and played many a game of footy among the glass and debris that was often there. :-)
105 Posted 07/02/2022 at 11:44:59
Telford's manager was Stan Storeton, proud Yorkshire man who played at Tranmere for many years.
He ended up cleaning my windows for many years. Always good for a story and was not very complimentary about the response that their rugged performance got from the Everton hierarchy!
106 Posted 07/02/2022 at 11:49:00
107 Posted 07/02/2022 at 11:52:19
108 Posted 07/02/2022 at 11:57:59
109 Posted 07/02/2022 at 12:38:48
The term 'plastic' infers that someone wants to be something they're not. Have you considered that Wirral people have their own identity and have never called themselves scousers?
As a youngster, I was led to believe that scousers were those from the Scottie Rd area only, like the Bow Bells cockneys... anyone else heard that?
110 Posted 07/02/2022 at 13:07:14
111 Posted 07/02/2022 at 13:22:00
As for Birkenhead, I worked in Cammel Lairds for about 6 months when The Windsor Castle was getting built... the most depressing place I ever worked in – I hated every day I worked there, except for the dinner-hour football kick about.
Some good footballers there, Scousers and lads from the “One Eyed City” aka Birkenhead. Being honest, I never knew any real difference between the two of us, although there is always a difference.... look at Laurie Hartley. I've never met him, but know he is an absolute gentleman... and then there is Brian Williams!!
112 Posted 07/02/2022 at 13:36:18
I hope this game is played on the Tuesday. I won't get home till midnight and then a 6 am start. But that's okay. If it's Wednesday, I've no chance as I'm already booked in.
Do you think the TV companies and FA would listen to my case? Oh well. I'll be there in spirit at least.
113 Posted 07/02/2022 at 13:48:38
114 Posted 07/02/2022 at 14:23:40
115 Posted 07/02/2022 at 14:26:40
116 Posted 07/02/2022 at 16:03:01
Eaton is the guy immediately below the goalie in 2nd photo,
117 Posted 07/02/2022 at 16:16:58
1975 FA Cup 3rd round Everton FC 1 Altrincham 1 Replay Altrincham 0 Everton FC 2
“ITS wet and windy with a deep depression over Bellefield,” joked Billy Bingham with press-men on the eve of Evertons third round tie in 1975.
He was referring to Evertons injury list. But barely 24 hours later he might have been referring to Evertons FA Cup fortunes.
Against Northern Premier League Altrincham, Everton came as close as they ever had to suffering the shame of being knocked out by a non-league side. It was almost the shock of the season. Everton went into the third round tie one point off the top of the table – but after a superb autumn, Billy Binghams Blues had wobbled as Christmas approached. To add to the inconsistent form, Bingham revealed an injury list on the Friday – which would worsen the next day. “Steve Seargeant is out,” he revealed. “Martin Dobson will not play, John Hurst is not fit and Mick Buckley cannot be risked.”
As a result Ken McNaught made his Blues debut – and hit the crossbar within 10 minutes – while Gary Jones hit the post 10 minutes later. But a nine minute spell threatened to wreck Evertons season. Saturdays Daily Post had warned: “30-goal John Can Be A Danger” – and John Hughes did, as Horace Yates had warned: “slip one past them.”
Perhaps shaken by the goal, winger Gary Jones then lost his composure, swung a right hook at Morris – which connected – and was sent off, then a minute before half-time a “vicious looking tackle by Davison” left John Connolly with a leg broken in two places and he was stretchered out of Evertons season.
“The Everton and Altrincham players looked at each other threateningly,” reported Ken Lawrence “and the match never recovered.”
Evertons 10-men equalised 20 minutes from time, skipper Dave Clements hammering a shot into the roof of the net after Dave Irving had been tripped. With a full complement of 11 players for the replay, staged at Old Trafford, Everton won comfortably with goals by Lyons and Latchford.
But Altrincham did get their top flight scalp 11 years later, when Birmingham City were dispatched in the third round. For an hour at Goodison Park one wintry afternoon in 1975 it was very nearly Everton.
1985 FA Cup 5th round Everton FC 3 Telford 0
TELFORD United made life ‘tough for Everton in the spring of 1985, literally.
The sight of six players queuing for treatment at Bellefield on Monday as Everton chased a trophy treble spoke volumes.
The sight of Graeme Sharp being carried off on physio John Clinkards back with a blanket wrapped round him (the 80s was no place for the niceties of golf buggies or stretchers) was a symbolic image of an afternoon when Telford accepted that they couldnt outplay Howard Kendalls talented young side, so tried to outmuscle them.
The Daily Posts Ian Ross had no doubt who was to blame. “By showing a basic lack of respect for the rules, referee Mr Trevor Spencer allowed Stan Stortons over zealous tough guys to dictate the pattern of play,” he reported. “They were never going to win, and they knew it, but my goodness how they managed to soil Evertons eventual triumph.
“It is to Evertons immense credit they refused to be intimidated by tackles which would be frowned upon in Sunday football circles and ultimately bury the minnows beneath an avalanche of class.”
Only 23 minutes remained when Peter Reid deftly flicked Gary Stevens ferocious drive past Charlton. Kevin Sheedy then buried a penalty and Trevor Steven added a third from the edge of the box.
But an injury list which included Sharp (two week lay-off with damaged ankle ligaments), Peter Reid (damaged achilles and bruised foot), Derek Mountfield (bruised back), Andy Gray (sight ankle injury), Paul Bracewell (knee) and Gary Stevens (ankle and knee injuries) left a sour taste.
118 Posted 07/02/2022 at 16:32:36
I moved to the prairies of Saskatchewan in Canada in 1976, there was never any football on TV or scores in the paper.
I started off by phoning home but that started to get expensive. Next, like you, I hooked up to the BBC radio, but to get a good reception, I went in a farmer's storage shed that was made of metal, heating supplied by a fire in an old empty oil barrel in temperatures that got down to –30F.
Came back home in 1978 for a visit and ordered delivery of the pink Echo for a year, problem was it was only delivered with 4/5 copies once a month.
First TV coverage in Canada was about 1994-95 and the only time you got to see Everton was if they were playing Man Utd, who were on every week.
Hate to think how much I have paid to go back to Liverpool always in the season. As you say, those were the days.
119 Posted 07/02/2022 at 16:32:58
The difference between the home game and the Old Trafford replay was Martin Dobson, who missed the first game but played in the replay. The Altringham cloggers couldn't get near him.
120 Posted 07/02/2022 at 16:40:23
As this year is the Tiger, could Lampard put the Grrrrrrreat back into Everton? Could Tony the tiger Hibbert make a guest appearance, and present the Boreham Wood player, with a Signed Hibbert shirt? Or am I just fishing?
Could we revisit 1984 with the Frankie T-shirts? Oh how we clutch at fate and omens.
When you spend time around Derek Knox, it rubs off on you, the little funny puns.
121 Posted 07/02/2022 at 17:52:24
Frankie Goes to Wembley. Frankie say Win the Cup.
122 Posted 07/02/2022 at 18:29:10
123 Posted 07/02/2022 at 20:24:00
A) Yes, yes and yes.
B) No, no, and no – well at least the last time I checked...
Dave – I have been called a lot of things over the years, but no-one has ever called me that!
124 Posted 07/02/2022 at 22:40:37
125 Posted 07/02/2022 at 23:32:36
Back on topic – Maybe Danny has got it right about the FA Cup. I think there are plenty of goals in this squad if we keep playing on the front foot, as seems to be our new managers preferred option.
126 Posted 09/02/2022 at 14:25:52
127 Posted 09/02/2022 at 16:12:51
128 Posted 10/02/2022 at 15:44:23
129 Posted 10/02/2022 at 15:46:17
130 Posted 10/02/2022 at 16:11:25
Barry, 129, I've just bought my ticket and the details show the game as 3rd Match with an 8.15pm kick off.
131 Posted 10/02/2022 at 16:26:16
(Of course I appreciate you may still be recovering from the stair-climbing exercise at Newcastle and giving walking a miss)
132 Posted 10/02/2022 at 17:30:31
133 Posted 10/02/2022 at 18:04:47
134 Posted 10/02/2022 at 18:06:22
135 Posted 10/02/2022 at 18:26:46
136 Posted 10/02/2022 at 18:34:55
137 Posted 10/02/2022 at 18:46:47
138 Posted 10/02/2022 at 18:49:05
139 Posted 10/02/2022 at 18:51:37
140 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:20:07
I thought I had, yet when I went into my account my ticket showed as “Reserved” but let me purchase it straight away.
All my card details were held except the security code on the back which I had to input again. Don't know what happened then cos I just assumed my account would be debited.
141 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:25:42
I hope I don't get to the game and find my season ticket isn't loaded. I think a few have had that problem this season?
142 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:25:43
I was told there were hundreds in the same position. Likewise I can't buy an FA Cup ticket yet, see how it is tomorrow but wouldn't be surprised that, as with Brentford, I can't buy one online. All a bit of a shambles really.
143 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:31:57
Brent, are you sure you clicked print ticket? Can only assume you never as doesnt it automatically default to upload onto season card before you can change it?
144 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:40:35
145 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:41:01
146 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:41:33
147 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:45:42
148 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:52:38
149 Posted 10/02/2022 at 19:58:30
150 Posted 10/02/2022 at 20:02:49
151 Posted 10/02/2022 at 20:03:09
152 Posted 10/02/2022 at 20:21:03
153 Posted 10/02/2022 at 20:22:02
154 Posted 10/02/2022 at 20:26:53
155 Posted 10/02/2022 at 20:30:59
Still on 19 points, there for the taking.
156 Posted 10/02/2022 at 20:38:59
157 Posted 10/02/2022 at 20:52:19
Come on Danny, nobody's that lucky!
158 Posted 11/02/2022 at 10:13:53
"As you are not opted into the 21/22 AutoCup scheme, you will need to purchase a Boreham Wood ticket to guarantee your seat."
I managed to buy a ticket last night, after a struggle with the website!
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