The first analytical reporting detailing everything you need to know about the opening weeks of Rafa Benitez’ tenure at Everton football Club.Read More Rafa’s Everton: first impressions
Mason Holgate was signed by Roberto Martinez in what seems like an age ago, however it is just under six years ago, on 13th August 2015. He joined the Blues for a fee of around £2 million pounds. Up until this season, it could be argued that Holgate was one of the best signings that […]Read More Mason Holgate: A Career Analysis
Tom Davies is one of few academy graduates to get a great amount of minutes in the past decade. The 22-year-old has tallied up 117 appearances in the Premier League since then and even became the youngest player to captain our side. As shown this season, Davies is necessary to our current midfield, even with […]Read More Tom Davies, Why He’s Our Best Backup Option
A thousand words of research and two pages of writing on why loaning out Walcott this season was a bad idea have been sat in my drafts for far longer than I care to admit. I wrote an entire analysis on how he could do better for the team than Alex Iwobi. That was before […]Read More Did Everton loan out the wrong winger this summer?
The Everton academy graduate has struggled to get into Carlo Ancelotti’s starting line-up for the start of this season. The recent signing of James Rodriguez has forced the 6’0” Liverpudlian off the pitch and barely onto Ancelotti’s bench. Should Anthony Gordon be given a chance to break back into the first team with such prestigious […]Read More Why Gordon Needs a First-Team Return
We need a centre-back. We don’t need a centre-back. We need a centre-back again. Everton are signing a centre-back. That goes some way to portraying the way the club’s transfer window has gone in terms of attempting to bolster Carlo Ancelotti’s defence this summer. Links to Gabriel, Jean-Clair Todibo and Fikayo Tomori have come and […]Read More Scout Report: Ben Godfrey
Everton are heading towards a financial mess. Failed recruits from failed managerial stints has built a bloated squad, loaded with more misses than hits. Add the record losses of €125 million in the last financial year, it’s fair to say that their next steps in the transfer market need to pay off. The board seem […]Read More Can James Fill the Giant Breach?
An in-depth scout report on Everton’s incoming signing: James RodriguezRead More Scout Report: James Rodríguez
An in-depth scout report on Everton’s first major signing under Carlo Ancelotti: Napoli’s Allan.Read More Scout Report: Allan
“Imagine what Everton would be like with money.” The constant calls around the concourses, throughout the David Moyes era. A rampant team across Goodison’s four walls, built with zero net spend. Though Moyes’s team was far from perfection, Everton had players who connected with supporters, a style which appeased to its fans and a club […]Read More A Tactical Review on Everton’s 2019/20 Season