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One Team One Love - January Blues

New Years Day - A day for reflecting on the previous year, assessing what you achieved and what you could do better and setting out goals for the year ahead.For Everton fans it was a day we had hoped would kick start our season after a shocking run of form in the busy festive period. ...Read More
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Despicable Everton's Hindsight Hammering

Copy of e-mail sent to journo Neil Moxley following a piece in Sunday People titled "Smooth Martinez comes unstick with his Toffees"   Mr Moxley   My wife came in today bemoaning the fact that she couldn't get hold of her favourite Sunday Paper. A occurre...Read More
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The Old Lady - Is She Being Let Down?

Firstly I should set out where I'm coming from on this. I've been supporting Everton all my life (I'm 58 now) and saw my first game live against Chelsea in 1968. I can remember the 66 cup final but only from watching it on the telly. Season ticket holder through much of the 70's (Carlise away and...Read More
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Lille On Wheels Part Deux

After taking a bit of inspiration from reading this http://toffeeweb.com/season/14-15/comment/fan/28564.html I thought I'd write part 2 or part deux. So here goes, apologies for the length of thi...Read More
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YOU CAN'T CHANGE IDENTITY

It's been a long time coming.    "Those who understand, need no explanation... Those who don't understand, don't matter."   Not for quite some time had the above line been as relevant as this time last year, when one of the biggest things that makes ...Read More
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Let The Unbridled Optimism Begin

It may be the middle of June. The World Cup may just be warming up.But for most football fans this is the day that the build up to the new season begins. It is the day when the new Premier league fixtures are published. It is the day that sees the start of my wildest optimism. Ev...Read More
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Information For Everton Fans Going To USA

Dear Everton Supporters Club honchos, My name is David Kurtz and I'm a loyal Evertonian in Venice, CA.  I think I speak for all US Evertonians when I say, we're very excited to host the team and supporters this summer in the inaugural International Champions Cup.  I hope you all...Read More
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Moyes Never Dared

Chris Smith has a view on Moyesy: "In March 2002, it began with a desperate 2-1 victory against Fulham at Goodison Park. 11 years and 517 games on, David Moyes' Everton career ends with a disappointing 2-1 defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. With the outpouring of well-wishing...Read More
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Phil Neville Is The Man For Me

E- Mail from Blue Peter I have listened to all the possibilities for our next manager and most of them have something about them to do a decent job at our great club. But whoever is chosen will be the luckiest man alive. Who deserves to be that lucky man? Well I think Phil Neville...Read More
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It Is Moyesey Time

E-Mail From Blue Peter Hi Chaps Seen this on the net Peter...Read More
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Is he the Moyesiah?

So, what a week for two of English Footballs heavy weights. In truth, it all felt rather predictable if not surreal. Predictable in the sense that many Evertonians have long suggested Moyes may one day take over from Sir Alex Ferguson but surreal in so much as he's become part of the furniture at...Read More
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The Undeniable Logic of Football Fans

A Right to Reply in respect to my last Blog "The Curious Case of Everton Football Club" Although the number of comments posted in ...Read More
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The Curious Case Of Everton Football Club

It's been a difficult week for Evertonians, after a season that promised so much; we've seen a strong Christmas position in the top 4 and a great FA Cup opportunity disintegrate into nothing.  My wife detests football and can't understand why I spend so much time and energy around the beauti...Read More
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Felli Saga Is Freaking Me Out

E-Mail From Blue Peter The Marouane Fellaini situation is starting to freak me out. There is so much being said about him going and the next minutes he's staying then he's going. Today we get a French Newspaper (L'Equipe) saying he will be signed by Chelsea in the next 72...Read More
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Jelavic To Become An Everton Legend

What a buy Nikica Jelavic has been. His goals last season from January onwards saved our season. And even though his scoring has dipped I think his overall play has been smashing. He is brave and his work rate is phenomenal. He is just doesn't stop. I don't think there is a Premie...Read More
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Was Pienaar Stupid?

E Mail From BLUE PETER I've got to be honest I went off my head at Steven Pienaar when he got his marching orders. It was an absolute nap he was going to get a second booking the way he was playing. For such an experienced player to go chasing a fella like Bosings...Read More
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Non League Day Free Admission To Everton Fans

Hi. This saturday coming Marine FC are offering Everton season ticket holders free entrance to the game to encourage more fans to the game with it being international weekend and help us towards our goal of promotion. We are having a great season at the top of the Evo Stik League and...Read More
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Credit Where It's Due

E-MAIL From Bally's White Boots Only 3 games into the new 2012/13 season and I'm sure Evertonians far and wide will be pleased with the additions David Moyes has made to bolster his squad. As the transfer window has now closed until January we saw 6 players brough...Read More
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Details Of Ludogorets Razgrad Game

We asked for any info on the game behind closed doors and we got this from Ivan Sotirov Hi I'm from Bulgaria and here we have some news about the game today: ...Read More
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Tim Cahill - A Modern Day Legend By Blue Nose Amy

The views of a slightly crazy, emotional, vodka drinking Everton supporter!  Legend is a word too often used to describe footballers these days, but for Tim Cahill no other word can come close to summing up what that man means to so many Evertonians, especially for t...Read More
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Tiny Tim A Tribute to a Role Model By Alan Newton

In the Modern day game of Association Football, characterised by mercenaries, champagne life styles, fast cars, strippers, night club brawls, racism, and all round low morals and life values, it's extremely encouraging when you happen across someone who can genuinely be called a professional....Read More
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Then And Now

E-MAIL from Blue Echo My first away game with Everton was at Stoke City on Saturday November 8th 1975 only to watch us lose 3-2 with Jim Pearson and sub George Telfer netting for the blues. I got a coach which cost me 50p return, 35p entrance fee and a ...Read More
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Fancy A Date?

E-MAIL From Blue Echo I'm sure since the fixtures were released on Monday, like me I've gone over them a thousand times. What do you look for first, the Merseyside Derby perhaps, the Christmas period or the last game of the season? They are very hard to indul...Read More
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Time For A Change, Vic?

E-MAIL From Blue Echo The word is out that Victor Anichebe is a target for Wigan Athletic's Roberto Martinez. Everton over the years ha...Read More
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Book Early!

'Hi Blue Kipper,  Just a word of caution regarding Everton's forthcoming friendly in Malaga (August 11th 2012). You may want to put this up. The annual festival 'Feria de M...Read More
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Complaint To The Beeb About Our Gary

Hi Lads,  I have just complained officially to the BBC about Gary Lineker's ambush of David Moyes during the Euro's on sat night. That biased chappie needs taking down a peg or two. He asked 8 questions and all of them were about Davey leaving Everton & Tottenham being bette...Read More
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One Man, One Hero, One Club

E Mail From BLUE PETER I know that everyone is talking about David Moyes being loyal and the question we all want answering is, is he staying or not. But I would like the opportunity to talk about one of his players. Isn't it refreshing in this day and age of greed that we have a ...Read More
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David Moyes A Wanted Man

E-MAIL From Blue Echo Whenever a Premiership managerial vacancy becomes available David Moyes instantly becomes the bookies favourite. The media only weeks ago were predicting Moyes to succeed Alex Ferguson at Manchester United once Fergie retires but now as a vac...Read More
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Everton Fans Need To Get Real

When are people going to grasp the reality of modern day football? Players move on season on season, no conspiracy, lack of ambitions by their club or any other reasonings. Everton do not have to sell a single player for financial reason. Understand and accept that. Baines and Fellaini wi...Read More
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My Full Back Of Tattoos

All my tattoos have been done by Billy the Tatman. He is one of the North-West's leading tattoo artists and has been in the industry almost 18 years His work has become highly recognised and has tattooed many famous people and celebrities including a variety of rugby league players...Read More
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My Twelfth Everton Tattoo

"Eyes of blue 6ft 2" big Joe Royle's after you" Another local lad who was to serve Everton as a player and a manager. A remarkable centre forward who bagged 102 goals wearing the royal blue jersey on 231 occasions. He caused a stir when he replaced fans favourite at the time "Golden Vision" at Bl...Read More
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My Eleventh Everton Tattoo

If any player was to epitomise Everton FC this is the man. A player who played in every position for the club and would run through brick walls for Everton. He always gave 100% without question and his determination to win games was evident to see, unfortunately he was never was on the winning si...Read More
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My Tenth Everton Tattoo

As you have been reading this story of my portraits you will notice that all of them featured for the club from yesteryear so i decided to look at someone from the present day who has warmed the hearts of every Evertonian since his arrival in 2004. The Australian has delighted the fans wi...Read More
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My Ninth Tattoo

Howard Kendall will always be remembered as the greatest Everton manager in the clubs history but was also an important part of the "Holy Trinity" playing alongside Ball and Harvey in them great days. As a player he made 229 appearances for the club between 1967-74 scoring 21 goals. ...Read More
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My Eighth Everton Tattoo

When a manager in Harry Catterick's mould christens someone "The Last of the Corinthians" surely must sum up what a great player this man was. He made 458 Everton appearances and also won 26 Englans caps and would have won a lot more only to be denied by Leeds United's Jack Charlton....Read More
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My Seventh Everton Tattoo

"Oh Andy is our King" cried the Everton faithful and "where's King's drive" was the question to which the reply "in the back of Clemence's net of course referring to that wonder strike after netting our winner against the enemy for the first time in seven years back in October...Read More
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My Sixth Everton Tattoo

"We all agree Duncan McKenzie is magic". That was a chant that was just so true about the Grimsby born entertainer who delighted the crowds with his dazzling runs and fancy back heels not forgetting his antics of jumping over the Mini car before a game whilst at Leeds United and throwing a golf b...Read More
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My Fifth Everton Tattoo

I was staring now to assemble a team of Everton legends on my body and a team is not complete without a goalkeeper. Over the 44 years I have watched Everton I have seen some great players wear the green jersey but nobody will ever have the ability as the man from Llandudno who s...Read More
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My Fourth Everton Tattoo

Three down nine to go! I was now looking for a centre piece on my back to sit below the three legends I had side by side across my shoulders.   Although I never saw the Golden Vision play for the club, he was a name I was familiar with and having read many a spine chilling story...Read More
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My Third Everton Tattoo

Back in the season of 1977/78 I was very fortunate to witness each and every one of Bob Latchford's 30 magical goals along with some great football being played at that time including some great footballers wearing the blue of Everton. Everybody watching Everton would chant "Bob...Read More