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Alan Myers: Why I won’t go to Anfield

By Alan Myers Reading a tweet by @PED7 recently made me smile when he said "I never watch Everton at Anfield" and also reminded me of my own indisposition for...

The Esk: New stadium won’t hinder on-field progression

By The Esk I was asked an interesting question on Twitter in comparing the Arsenal Emirates stadium financing to the proposed financing of Bramley Moore. It’s widely thought that the stadium...

Paddy Boyland: Coleman’s injury is a major blow to Everton- but Blues can cope...

It's a testament to Seamus Coleman's popularity in the game that within minutes of last night's horror tackle by Neil Taylor, tributes had already started to pour in from...

BREAKING: Everton secure historic Bramley Moore land deal

By Paddy Boyland Everton have reached an historic agreement with Liverpool City Council (LCC) and Peel Holdings that should see the Blues build a new stadium on the banks...

Dave Downie: Everton are moving, so must we

By Dave Downie If everything goes to plan, Everton will announce that Bramley Moore Dock will be the site of their new home later this week. That sentence alone is something...

Ell Bretland: Koeman has cleared Martinez mess and hauled us back to the required...

By Elliott Bretland It's starting to come together. Bit by bit. Week by week. Stage one is complete. Maintaining standards, consistency, energy. Everton were in a dire mess at the end...

Player Ratings: Everton 4-0 Hull City

By Dave Downie Joel Robles: 6  Very quiet afternoon for the Spaniard, although he was almost called into action due to a mistake from Ashley Williams. A couple of good catches...

The Pre-Match: Hull City

By Matt Jones To think, I thought I was going to struggle to write a full match preview this week. What a bloody whirlwind few days. Romelu Lukaku turned down a...

Matt Cheetham: Ross Barkley’s return to form – What the stats say

The past few months have seen Ross Barkley finally distance himself from a prolonged spell of inconsistent form. Everton’s No. 8 has rediscovered the end product more associated with...

The Esk: Lukaku’s rebellion is part of a bigger picture

By The Esk So in the end the villain of the piece turns out to be the potential saviour, articulating the thoughts of many fans with good grace, intelligence...

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