November 2010 Archives


Everton FC's Phil Neville demands Blues become more ruthless

PHIL NEVILLE insists the topsy turvy Premier League table means Everton can still flourish despite their lacklustre form.

Ian Snodin: Left is looking right for Everton FC

ALTHOUGH it was another two points dropped I'm not too downhearted by Everton's draw in the North East. It was certainly an entertaining game and the satellite TV subscribers got their money worth.

Victor Anichebe and Dani Pacheco on the mark as Everton Reserves and Liverpool Reserves draw

VICTOR ANICHEBE continued his comeback from injury with an equaliser as Everton Reserves shared the mini-derby spoils with Liverpool at the Stobart Stadium last night.

Everton FC's Leighton Baines calls on his side to be more ruthless after draw at Sunderland FC

LEIGHTON BAINES has urged his shot-shy Everton team-mates to be more decisive and stop trying to pass the ball into the net.

Everton FC draw 2-2 with Sunderland FC at Stadium Of Light

EVERTON have become kings of the late, late salvation act this season but its a trick which can too easily paper over cracks.A point against a buoyant, upwardly mobile Sunderland side at the Stadium of Light is not a bad result.

Dave Prentice on the 50th anniversary of Golden Vision Alex Young signing for Everton FC

IT was 50 years ago today . . . that Merseyside footballs enduring love affair with the Golden Vision was launched.


Saha desperate for goals as Everton face Sunderland

LOUIS SAHA is ready to get up front and personal for Everton at Sunderland tonight.

Bruce ponders Bent return for Sunderland against Everton

SUNDERLAND manager Steve Bruce is hoping to have to contend with a major headache when he sits down to pick his team to face Everton tonight.

Jack Rodwell has a bright international future ahead of him, says Everton FC manager David Moyes

JACK RODWELL goes back to where it all began tonight with manager David Moyes tipping an international future for Everton's bright young midfielder.


Everton FC striker Louis Saha desperate to end goal drought

EVERTON striker Louis Saha has vowed to work tirelessly in a bid to end his nine-month Premier League goal drought.

A Merseyside derby fight and a Kamikaze flight - The highs and lows of Joe Harper at Everton FC

BY his own admission Joe Harper is "not a greedy man."

Everton FC jury: Blues fans give their thoughts on the Arsenal defeat and look ahead to Sunderland

BUDDHISTS believe in reincarnation, the tragedy of human existence is endlessly repeated. Last Sunday it was as though the ghost of Clive Thomas had come back to haunt us.

Everton FC letters: David Moyes has to be more adventurous

A DISAPPOINTING result and display against Arsenal . Certain senior players at the club need to raise their game considerably.


Everton FC and South Africa's Steven Pienaar: I don't need a break

STEVEN PIENAAR is lining up to play his fourth match in 12 days tonight - at the end of a 6,000-mile flight to Cape Town.

Anders Limpar is an Evertonian - and Cup medal donation proves it

HE lives in Sweden, came to footballing prominence in Italy and spent four years winning trophies galore with Arsenal - but Anders Limpar considers himself a lifelong Evertonian.

Jack Rodwell and Martin Kelly feature as England under-21s lose 2-0 to Germany

AFTER Sunday's 45 minute return from "the worst injury I've ever had" Everton midfielder Jack Rodwell got another 66 minutes under his belt for England under-21s last night.


Seamus Coleman still in fight for Everton FC place despite imminent first cap

SEAMUS COLEMAN feels he is still fighting for his Everton place, despite being poised to become a full international tomorrow.

Ian Snodin: Great night at the Everton FC Former Players' Foundation (GALLERY)

A HUGE gathering of former players gathered at Goodison Park last night to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Everton Former Players' Foundation.

I'm striving for more, says Everton FC defender Seamus Coleman

SEAMUS COLEMAN'S feet are fixed firmly on the ground - despite a stratospheric rise in fortunes from Irish League regular with Sligo Rovers to the brink of becoming Ireland's newest full international tomorrow.

Ian Snodin: Mikel Arteta will always be the first name on the teamsheet for Everton FC

IN my eyes Mikel Arteta is Everton's best player, bar none. He hasn't shown that in recent games, and certainly not on Sunday, but that's absolutely no reason to start worrying.


David Moyes resigned to Steven Pienaar leaving Everton FC at end of season

DAVID MOYES admits he has resigned himself to Steven Pienaar leaving Everton at the end of the season.

I was bored watching Everton FC against Bolton, admits David Moyes

IT used to be 'Boring, Boring Arsenal.' Not for a long time now, mind. But while David Moyes believes his side is beginning to play football which bears comparison with Arsene's artists, he admits he was "bored" in midweek.

Royal Blue: Ex-Everton FC defender Earl Barrett plays a different field to help love blossom

EARL BARRETT knows a thing or two about heartbreak - he suffered a bout of it while at Goodison Park.

Barry Horne: Everton FC must turn pressure into goals

LIKE most Evertonians I left Goodison on Wednesday night with mixed feelings. In the end we were relieved to get a point but it was a game we should have won.


Everton FC goalscorer Jermaine Beckford receives the backing of Leighton Baines

LEIGHTON BAINES has backed Jermaine Beckford to build on his dramatic point-saving strike against Bolton by turning his training ground prowess into more performances in the Premier League.

Everton FC 1, Bolton 1: Jermaine Beckford the main man for the Blues at last

DAVID MOYES had advised Jermaine Beckford to be patient this season, but last night it was the striker who helped the Everton boss keep his rapidly evaporating composure.

David Moyes delighted with 'fantastic' Jermaine Beckford strike to rescue point for Everton FC against Bolton

EVERTON boss David Moyes hailed a "fantastic" finish by Jermaine Beckford but labelled Marouane Fellaini "stupid" after his side snatched a point against Bolton.

Everton FC jury: Blues reflect on their side's trip to the seaside to face Blackpool

AS soon as the fixture dates were released, thousands of Evertonians scrolled down the list for one particular away game.


Everton boss David Moyes backs Tim Howard to overcome tiredness

DAVID MOYES fears Tim Howard has become jaded by more than two years of non-stop football - but the Blues boss will resist resting the keeper after giving him his full backing.

David Moyes warns his Everton FC stars to start converting chances

DAVID MOYES has warned his misfiring stars to start converting chances or risk losing their new-found momentum.

EFC manager David Moyes could take charge of Manchester United says Bolton Wanderers' Owen Coyle

BOLTON boss Owen Coyle is confident David Moyes would be a success if he was appointed manager at Manchester United - or any of the world's greatest clubs.

Let's help our referees, says Everton FC manager David Moyes

Stoke boss Tony Pulis has recently suggested that a relegation system be introduced based on how clubs vote for referees, with the bottom three to be demoted at the end of the season.


Everton's last five games

Nov 6: Premier League - Blackpool 2 Everton 2

Oct 30: Premier League - Everton 1 Stoke 0

Oct 23: Premier League - Tottenham 1 Everton 1

Oct 17: Premier League - Everton 2 Liverpool 0

Oct 2: Premier League - Birmingham 0 Everton 2

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