Skip to Main Content
Members:   Log In Sign Up
Text:  A  A  A

Around the Web

Articles and stories of interest from elsewhere on the Web


Dan Meis expands on his reinvolvement in the new stadium build

Dan Meis has provided fans with a more detailed description of his Guardianship role in the construction of the new stadium he designed for Everton.
Added on 16/11/2021

Curious case of Jack Rodwell as ex-Man City and Everton star makes return to football

Jack Rodwell's chequered career path since coming through the ranks of Everton's Academy to make his debut as a 16-year-old is outlined in this Mirror article today.
Added on 10/11/2021

Don’t blame Benítez for Everton malaise – the answer lies higher up

Andy Hunter has penned an article claiming that the manager has spent £1.7M in the summer and is doing his best but structural flaws overseen by Farhad Moshiri and Marcel Brands are the root of the club’s problems. It is published in The Guardian and The Observer
Added on 06/11/2021

Allan talks about getting back to winning ways

Midfield rock Allan has been talking to the Everton website about a reaction to the Watford debacle and expectations for a response from his fellow teammates against Wolves on Monday.
Added on 31/10/2021

Benitez is committed to improving 5 to 10% in every department

Added on 23/10/2021

Rafael Benitez: rice and vegetables

Rafa Benítez’s efficient Everton may not be entertainers – but they are working. The Everton manager’s rice-and-vegetables approach is not to all tastes but who better to lead the club to the game’s high table?
Added on 16/10/2021

Rafa Benitez opens up on becoming Everton manager

Rafa Benitez talks about what made him move back from China, being appointed as the Everton boss, and inspiring his players to always be better.
Added on 14/10/2021

Next Generation 2021: Jenson Metcalfe

In The Guardian's annual Next Generation 2021 feature, where the chose the best young talent at each Premier League club, Andy Hunter has chosen Jenson Metcalfe.
Added on 11/10/2021

Abel Xavier talks about Rafa Benitez and his own move from Everton to Liverpool in 2002

“It was a city in which I could walk through the streets without any problems. Evertonians and Liverpudlians, they were talking to me and it was fine.”
Added on 10/10/2021

Demarai Gray well on his way to proving himself the steal of the season

Karen Carney writes that the Everton winger looks rejuvenated under Rafael Benítez after starting most games on the bench at Leicester
Added on 16/09/2021

Rooney: 'I was devastated' to leave Everton in 2004

Wayne Rooney has been talking about the circumstances behind his controversial departure from Everton in 2004, stressing that it was never his desire to leave the club at that time.
Added on 14/09/2021

Mohamed-Ali Cho: The dazzling teenager let go by Everton who is starring in France

In The Athletic, Patrick Boyland brings us the story of another Everton Academy player who did not see the club providing him with a fast enough pathway to first-team football.
Added on 07/09/2021

Everton still paying the price for disastrous £500m transfer spending spree

This article in The Mirror summarizes the all-too-familiar story of the past 5 years at Everton since Farhad Moshiri took majority ownership and injected millions into a transfer spree that has produced very little in terms of results.
Added on 07/09/2021

The Coaches' Voice: Tim Cahill

The beloved ex-Everton star recounts how he signed for the Toffees and what he learned under David Moyes during a time of unprecedented stability for the club in the Premier League era.
Added on 30/08/2021

Gary Speed: Out of a tragic death, a lasting and transformative legacy for Welsh football was born

As two of his former clubs get set to meet a decade after his death, Daniel Storey highlights the legacy that Gary Speed has with the Wales national team, crediting him with laying the foundations for the relative success the nation has had since his untimely passing.
Added on 20/08/2021

David France and Tim Howard inducted into All-Stars as Blues strengthen American links

Dr France has praised Everton's work in Orlando after attending last month's Florida Cup
Added on 16/08/2021

Rafa Benitez can revive Everton after Ancelotti 'betrayal' and 'inebriated lottery winner spending'

Dr David France previews the 2021-22 season as he looks forward to life under Benitez after the disappointments of Ancelotti
Added on 16/08/2021

Financial Fair Play and Everton's transfer spending

Football finance expert Kieran Maguire, author of The Price of Football, explains to the Echo why money is so tight this transfer window for Everton, yet how Manchester City and other Big 6 clubs are still able to splash the cash
Added on 09/08/2021

Toffee Soccer: How Everton Plans To Conquer The United States

Everton's successful US venture to Orlando, where they won the Florida Cup with Tim Howard and Dr David France in attendance, has caught the attention of freelance journalist Samindra Kunti and this piece in Forbes magazine.
Added on 01/08/2021

Rafa Benítez’s arrival is a step in the right direction for stepping-stone club Everton

He distrusts individual inspiration, which can bring conflict with bigger egos, but that’s an approach that seems more logically suited to a club of Everton’s status than Ancelotti’s ever did. Benítez’s biggest successes have come with clubs on the fringes of the elite – Valencia, Liverpool (as they were) and Napoli – where the organisation he attempts to instil, uninhibited by the egos of stars, elevates players to compete with more obvious starry names.
Added on 03/07/2021

“We didn’t find anyone with his knowledge and passion for football”

Farhad Moshiri explains in more direct terms to TalkSport why he chose Benitez to be Everton's new manager, irrespective of opposition from many Everton fans.
Added on 01/07/2021

We are neither responsible for the content of articles hosted on other websites, nor can we guarantee that the links above will remain active over time. A link on this page does represent an endorsement of the views contained on the linked page or the website on which it is hosted.

Menu
OK

We use cookies to enhance your experience on ToffeeWeb and to enable certain features. By using the website you are consenting to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.