Archive for November, 2012


We’re approaching Christmas and it’s something of a mixed reaction to how Everton have done this season. The club, for once, has made a much better start to the campaign than we have done in recent seasons, finding ourselves in, at the time of writing, 5th place in the league. However, many Evertonians (myself included) feel we could be even higher in the league had we not switched off in the dying moments of games and threw the points away.

The ( SIR ) Neville Southall MBE Interview


 Recently , an opportunity arose whereby was given an chance to Interview perhaps , on sheer ability alone , and remember , I’m Bally Till The Day I Die , BUT ; The GREATEST Footballer – ability wise , Everton FC has EVER had . Certainly the Greatest LIVING Everton Player . We – Myself and Blue Fitzy ; THT wasn’t well ; were given over an hour of Private access and here is the result . Enjoy …

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Zinedine Zidane’s son showed that he is developing into an exciting prospect by scoring a tremendous goal for Real Madrid’s youth side against city rivals Atletico Madrid.


 As most of you know , I am an Evertonian . Indeed , I’m guessing , it’s going on my headstone . I go the Match . I also live locally . Last week , I was invited to a Club function . Primarily for Long-Term Season Ticket Holders , it was sound . A good night out . However , it was also informative .  I met some people I’ve known in and around the Club for years and it was they whom inspired this piece .

I’ve been meaning to write a piece for a while now, with vain hopes of it being considered good enough for people to actually want to read. Problem is, I couldn’t think what the hell to write about, so in the absence of anything meaningful, here’s the story of my 27 and a half year love affair with my royal blue mistress. Pour yourself a brew, grab a comfy chair and prepare to be (mildly) entertained.



Another day, another three points dropped.

Yet again, Everton dominated proceedings against Reading and yet again, they left the Madejski Stadium cursing their failure to get the job done and bring the three points back to L4. Once again, we finished a game with nothing to show for our efforts and following West Brom’s victory against Chelsea, the Toffees slipped down into 5th place.

Blues boss David Moyes today told the media that he Goodison Park job excites him as much as ever but but stopped short of saying whether he will sign a new contract or not. Moyes’ current deal runs out at the end of the season and he is in no hurry to sign a new one, even though he has always declared that he is happy at Goodison Park.



Everton travel to Reading this weekend looking for their third away win of the season to strengthen their grip on 4th place in the Barclays Premier League. On paper it looks like a straightforward three points but for me I think it will be anything but straightforward, this is Everton after all !