Let’s just chill out people!

I have to laugh when I read the social media updates from the majority of all Evertonians recently, If we actually look at the situation logically I’m pretty sure all this panic is unnecessary. Our opening fixture against Wolves was always going to be a tough game, Wolves like many promoted teams before them lifted …

Never been so excited!!!

It’s 6:30pm here in Australia at the point of me writing this blog, in the last seven or so years I’ve been here I’ve literally never been so excited to watch Everton. The game is on at midnight with the Cardiff versus Newcastle the first match being showed at 9:30pm. Saturday evenings in the early …

What a window!

In my lifetime I can safely say that I can never remember a better transfer window! The last time we had decent out and out wingers who took players on and ran the ball so much was when we signed Kanchelskis to marry up with Anders Limpar back in 1995. If you think that the …

Cenk’s year!

I predict that by the end of this season Evertonians will be calling for Cenk Tosun to be wearing the famous number 9 Jersey. When Cenk signed for the toffees last season he was joining a team who played hands down the worst negative style of football in the league. Sam Allardyce was doing his best …

Time to pull our fingers out!

We’ve around two weeks left until the start of the season and not much seems to have changed with our club and its success on the transfer market. It’s exciting to see Richarlison being signed but hugely worrying to see the lack of players going out the door. I remember a time when Everton would …

Is the Marco Silva era going to be any different?

Everton have been pretty useless since the late 90’s, David Moyes did a good job with the tools at his disposal before moving on to fill the boots of Sir Alex Ferguson at United. Roberto Martinez had a great first season with a rock solid Moyes defence to slowly ruin the whole balance by playing …

Following Everton from the other side of the world

Growing up in North Wales as a fanatical Evertonian through the 80’s, 90’s and beyond I used to rely on Radio Merseyside on my AM dial to follow the toffees. The radio was always a nightmare to tune in and would constantly have a cracking noise with random other stations intermittently fading in and out …

Andrei Kanchelskis

In the summer of 1995, not long after Joe Royle’s heroics of keeping Everton away from relegation and after somehow beating United at Wembley in the FA Cup final, Evertonians were literally on cloud nine. This underperforming team had changed its style and fortunes, had a young Duncan Ferguson who had just bounced onto the …