September 2009 Archives
EVERTON FC today announces a ÃÂ£100,000 boost for the ECHO's Rhys Jones charity Liverpool Unites.
The Goodison Park club will launch a new third kit as part of their commitment to helping children on Merseyside.
The limited edition shirt - which will be individually boxed and presented with a certificate of authenticity - will be unveiled at a black tie dinner on October 29.
IF you were in Fabio Capello's position, knowing that your place at next summer's World Cup finals was secure, what would you do?
Would you use England's final group games to hone the talents of the 11 men that would be expected to start the first match in South Africa? Or would you experiment and give some players on the fringe a chance to shine?
Everton FC captain making good progress and may face former club.
Russian winger being eased into Everton FC matches gently by manager, to make the most of his match-winning abilities.
South African midfield ace showing hopeful injury prognosis.
Bolton just have the edge on young Blues.
Yes, it is indeed a full decade since our last win at Anfield. And while that record is not something to be proud of, there are plenty of other teams with longer winless runs at our original home, so why not celebrate that win and see the anniversary as a motivation for a better future.
lets zoom back to the end of the last century, to the 27th September 1999 to be precise, and a Monday night clash with the old enemy.....
Defender believes taking the points when not on top form is vital for Blues' development.
Fourth straight win puts spring in Blues boss's step.
Everton FC goalkeeper calls for David Moyes to be given sleepless nights by Everton Fc performances.
Louis Saha condemned Portsmouth to a seventh successive Barclays Premier League defeat in a pulsating showdown at Fratton Park.
Saha struck his seventh goal of the season with a clinical finish which gave resurgent Everton a first-half lead they never relinquished.
It extended the Toffees' winning run to fourth matches - but the result was harsh on Portsmouth, who failed to take their chances once again.
DAVID MOYES today hailed Sylvain Distin's commanding start to life as an Everton player as he prepares to make his first return to Portsmouth.
FUNNY how quickly things can change: Leon Osman's starting place was in danger last month but an impressive week means it is now one of the most secure in Everton's team.
KYLE NAUGHTON, Fabian Delph, Rasmus Elm and Philippe Senderos with Joleon Lescott? Or Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, Sylvain Distin, John Heitinga and Lucas Neill without Lescott?