September 2010 Archives
SEAMUS COLEMAN today warned Everton to forget about qualifying for Europe as they bid to haul themselves off the foot of the table.
A JOSE Baxter thunderbolt could not prevent Everton Reserves from letting a lead slip to lose 2-1 at Bolton Reserves last night.
EVERTON skipper Phil Neville is happy to go back for the future - to allow young "warrior" Seamus Coleman the chance to progress.
EVERTON owner Bill Kenwright is still holding onto a European dream for Everton this season, despite admitting to being "shocked and bewildered" by the club's current position at the bottom of the Premier League.
SUNDAY'S game at Birmingham City promises to be very tough given their record - but I wouldn't swap any of our players for theirs.
TO celebrate the launch of the Everton third kit, the Echo has teamed up with Everton Football Club and its retail partner, Kitbag, to offer a money can't buy prize.
SYLVAIN DISTIN is convinced Everton's luck is about to turn around after another impressive performance failed to yield a win for the Blues.
THERE have been 157 goals scored in the Premier League so far this season - sometimes it feels like Everton waste that many chances in a single game.
DAVID MOYES remained stoical after Everton sank to the foot of the Barclays Premier League following Saturday's goalless draw with Fulham.
MIKEL ARTETA insists Everton must find their composure in front of goal if they are to arrest an alarming early season slump.
EVERTON'S ongoing woes owe a lot to the manager not being sure what his best 11 is yet.
IT WAS the statistic guaranteed to send morose Evertonians into an even deeper gloom.
DAVID MOYES has warned his goal-shy strikers to sharpen up as he battles to transform Everton's fortunes.
FOR such an inconsequential competition, the League Cup can lead to some pretty serious consequences.
THIS is turning in to a bad old season, I can't believe what's going on with Everton. The Brentford result's just shocking as was the Newcastle one. It's embarrassing.
I HAD the displeasure to travel to Brentford on Tuesday night and witness the blues being dumped out of the league cup.
PHIL NEVILLE today insisted Everton have run out of excuses for their abysmal start to the season, as they were knocked out of the Carling Cup by League One side Brentford.
HISTORY suggests that Brentford can be a difficult place to vanquish - even for supposedly superior would-be conquerors.
EVERTON assistant boss Steve Round today admitted the Blues have badly missed the leadership of Phil Neville, as the skipper prepares to return in the Carling Cup tonight.
STEVE Round is an ardent footballing student who knows exactly what the Toffees need to revive their faltering season.
I FULLY expected Everton to beat Newcastle so to say I was disappointed on Saturday is an understatement.
LEIGHTON BAINES today vented his frustration after his dream of Everton going unbeaten at home all season was shattered.
IT WAS difficult to see what was more damaged at Goodison on Saturday.
EVERTON manager David Moyes pulled no punches in his assessment of his team's performance against Newcastle at Goodison Park on Saturday, claiming he would have joined the fans in booing their team off the park.
EVERTONIANS woke up to an intriguing analysis of their football team on Saturday morning. According to statistical boffins at a national newspaper, they were about to go and see the fifth best team in the Premier League.
PHIL Jagielka today admitted Everton are too uptight during games as they battle to get their season going.
CENTRE-FORWARD has long been the position which Evertonians have romanticised the most - from Dixie Dean to Graeme Sharp it is where heroes have flourished.
I WATCHED the first 20 minutes of the draw with Manchester United in the airport departure lounge waiting to jet off on my holidays to Turkey.
MENTION of the words James Vaughan on any TV news bulletin usually induces a momentary shudder.