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Alex Leonard: Lukaku’s rejection another steep learning curve

By Alex Leonard Everton Football Club are indebted to Romelu Lukaku. When the Belgian joined the Blues permanently after Roberto Martinez’s debut season at Goodison Park it is unlikely he...

The elephant in the room

By Kieran McGough After a day of Sky Sports invading USM Finch farm, it came as no surprise to myself and likely many other Evertonian’s when the inevitable question...

Lessons to take from Spurs

By James Johnson Less than 24 hours after Everton’s defeat at Tottenham, just about everything that could be said had been said. The consensus being that the Blues were well-...

What does the future hold for Mo Bešic?

By Elliott Cuff Usain Bolt once hailed Gareth Bale as “the fastest footballer in the world”. Facing off against Marc Bartra in the final stretches of 2014’s Copa Del Rey...

“Lukaku scores goals, but he doesn’t run enough for me”

By James Laing The title of this piece is a quote from a friend of mine. Usually, I will focus on looking at both sides of an argument, offering validity...

Midfielders Marvel as Koeman’s Blues Maintain their Unbeaten Run

By Mark Finnegan The last time David Moyes returned to Goodison Park as a manager was in 2014 when the Scot, who was at the time Manchester United boss, found...

Koeman’s a jeweller

By Kieran McGough The song goes ‘We’ve got a diamond called Ross Barkley’, however upon its creation ‘We’ve got an uncut diamond called Ross Barkley’ may have been more sufficient. Although,...

Field Commander Koeman’s Route March

By James Johnson Whilst our glorious team has been in sunny climes and enjoys a break from the English winter the rest of us with nothing better to do can...

Barkley has to stay

By Lee Molton Ross Barkley is an Evertonian and local lad, but is this enough to keep him? His contract expires at the end of next season so should we...

Matt Jones: van Basten’s rule changes show genius and insanity

Marco van Basten appears to be trying to undo his reputation as one of the footballing Gods. Once a star for Holland, and scorer of that stunning goal against the...