Burnley (A) – Player Ratings

Everton suffered a 2-1 defeat on the road to Burnley yesterday. We look through each players performance below. (Ratings are made on a scale of 1-10, 1 being awful, 5 being average and 10 being outstanding. Any substitution brought on after 75 minutes will receive no rating [NR]). Manager rating - 1 - Allardyce gets... Continue Reading →


Burnley vs Everton – 3 Thoughts

A win and Everton would have gone level on points with their opponents, Burnley. Anything else and the Blues would have still been chasing Sean Dyche's team. It gets worse. Allardyce seems to be deliberately self combusting his sides opportunities of winning as the games go on. I don't believe it's possible for a team... Continue Reading →

Steven Pienaar retires from football

Former Everton and South African international winger Steven Pienaar has retired from all forms of football, as of tonight. Recognised as a determined winger who once had pace and ability in abundance, Steven Pienaar has and always will be thought of highly by his fans at Everton. Remembering some particular stand out moments draws me... Continue Reading →

Farhad Moshiri – 2 years on the job

It's two years to the day since Farhad Moshiri bought a 49.99% stake in Everton Football Club, and while palpable progress has been made in some areas, there remains a legitimate question mark over the direction of the club on the pitch under the wealthy Iranian. After years of penny-pinching under Bill Kenwright, the arrival... Continue Reading →

Watford v’s Everton Match Preview

Saturday 5.30pm BT Sport 1 Venue Vicarage Road Everton can move up into seventh, the position they finished last season, with victory over Watford but that may prove difficult as Sam Allardyce’s side have won just once on the road this season. Watford's Javi Gracia will be keen to capitalise on Everton's poor away form... Continue Reading →

The FA will not charge Firmino over racism row.

Liverpool attacker Roberto Firmino has been cleared by the Football Association after allegations he racially abused Everton defender Mason Holgate. And the governing body has also moved to quell suggestions Holgate made the claim in anything but good faith. The FA had been probing claims Firmino abused Holgate during the FA Cup third round showdown... Continue Reading →

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