Bookmark and Share

Tim Howard
24. Tim Howard

Tim Howard was signed by David Moyes in late May 2006 on a one-year loan deal from Manchester United as concerns grew that Nigel Martyn would not fully recover from a hairline fracture in his ankle that brought a premature end to both his 2005-06 season and, ultimately, his career. With Moyesy alre...Read More
Tony Hibbert
2. Tony Hibbert

Tony Hibbert is a true Scouser, born in Huyton, Everton through and through he was a another product of the Youth Academy. Originally a midfielder Tony moved to right-back and in the 2004-2005 season was voted best English right-back in the Premiership - he is yet to receive an England call up!He ma...Read More
Leighton Baines
3. Leighton Baines

The lack of a dependable left back had been something of a problem under David Moyes — none of  Gary Naysmith, Nuno Valente and Alessandro Pistone had proved able to either produce consistency of form or fitness — which is what prompted him to send £6m (an initial £5m wi...Read More
Phil Jagielka
6. Phil Jagielka

Phil Jagielka was released as a 15 year old at Everton and joined the youth academy at Sheffield United and then made his his first team debut on 5 May 2000 against Swindon in the last match of the season. He established himself in the Sheffield United first-team in the 2002-2003 season, he signed ...Read More
Sylvain Distin
15. Sylvain Distin

Distin started his career at French non-league side Joue-les-Tours before moving to Tours a year later, where he played 26 times and scored three goals. He then transferred to Gueugnon of Ligue 2, signing his first professional contract. With Gueugnon he won the Coupe de la Liguee in 2000. His perfo...Read More
Seamus Coleman
23. Seamus Coleman

Shay has represented the Republic of Ireland both at Under-21 and Under-23 level. He can play as a centre half or as a full back. Coleman signed for Sligo Rovers in 2006 having begun his career at hometown side Killybegs. Following a great season in which he was voted Everton player of the sea...Read More
Steven Pienaar
20. Steven Pienaar

Peanut's is a South African international and honed his football skills at Johannesburg's School of Excellence before joining Ajax Cape Town a feeder club for the Dutch club Ajax Amsterdam. He was brought over to Holland in January 2001 but did not make his Eredivisie debut until 24 February...Read More
Leon Osman
21. Leon Osman

Ossie grew up in Skem and joined the Everton Youth Academy where he was part of the victorious 1998 FA Youth Cup winning side. He was loaned to Carlisle United in October 2002 where he was a big success being voted Player of the Year. In 2003 he was loaned to Derby County where he helped them avoid...Read More
Ross Barkley
32. Ross Barkley

Liverpool-born Ross is a versatile midfielder who can also play in defence and attack.  A box-to-box player, he is a tall and powerful member of the Everton Academy and an established member of the England youth set-up.  Having been with the Blues since the age of 11, Ross represented En...Read More
Conor McAleny
31. Conor McAleny

Conor is an Everton Academy graduate. The striker has broken into the reserves this season, scoring at Anfield in the mini-derby in 2011. The pacy striker was named as a subsitute for the first team in the 2-2 with Aston Villa at Goodison Park in April 2011....Read More