Michael Greenall discusses whether Everton should buy Djibril Sidibe in the upcoming transfer window.Read More Djibril Sidibé – to Buy or Not to buy?
Written by Samuel Scott (@SamuelScott5). Common football parlance says that you should only look at the table after ten games because it’s only by that time that the season has ‘settled down’. Only then will form have levelled out, and patterns are established for the season. So with it being twelve games down, and another […]Read More “You only look at the Table after Ten Games”
Everton’s transfer windows can either go one or two ways, filled with positivity like the 13/14 season when Lukaku, Barry and McCarthy came in; or completely baffling like 17/18 when we spent over £100m on a set of players that didn’t fit into a team. This season looks much more optimistic with Richarlison, Digne and […]Read More Can Andre Gomes be the solution to Everton’s midfield troubles?
Away victories are something of a rarity for Evertonians, but after the cup exit in midweek and the display Silva’s attacking force showed, it made this victory even sweeter. Marco Silva dropped Cenk Tosun in exchange for Richarlison playing up top and Bernard making his first start for Everton on the left. This was a […]Read More Match Analysis: Leicester 1-2 Everton
Old habits die hard. Starting to feel like “20-minute bottle-jobs” should replace the “NSNO” motto on our badge, especially at the Vitality Stadium. I was mentally preparing myself for the worst when Richarlison was sent-off, but once again, Everton got my heart-racing when Walcott finished off a slick attacking move to put us one-up. When […]Read More Match Analysis: Bournemouth 2-2 Everton
I’ve always enjoyed writing season previews as there is usually a lot of optimism for the campaign ahead; the last couple of summers have usually been filled with positivity whether this has been generated from an awful 9 months before or a flurry of impressive signings coming in. However, this summer has been different, concerningly […]Read More Everton FC: The 2018/19 Season Preview
Each of the last few summers have seen Everton fans feeling hopeful. When Koeman first arrived, we believed that this new Moshiri character might truly bankroll a renewed push at the big time. Hopeful last summer as we saw 200 million splashed on supposedly top talent. Even as far back as when Martinez was at […]Read More Optimism Misplaced?
Was about time Everton treated us with an actual good display and a worthy game we can talk about. Brighton had come to Goodison in good form, beating Arsenal last weekend, winning their last 3 games and unbeaten since the end of January; a tough test for a poor Everton side. Nevertheless, The Toffees started […]Read More Match Analysis: Everton 2-0 Brighton
Sitting up in the gods of Wembley stadium, surrounded by Tottenham supporters, I was a little bit more optimistic than I usually am. With our new £25m+ striker starting and a team that could cause Tottenham problems, I was hoping for a positive attacking performance. Of course, it was the complete opposite. Another game, another […]Read More Match Analysis: Tottenham 4-0 Everton
Twenty-one percent possession, 2 shots on target and a 0.08 xG (+1 the penalty), it’s just another Merseyside derby at Anfield for The Toffees. There’s been an occurring tactic used by Everton this season, confirmed by all three managers that have been at the dugout this campaign. The new boss is notorious for using them […]Read More Dissecting the Long-Ball