Marco Silva would come with baggage

By Alex Fitzgerald Everton sacked Sam Allardyce as their manager earlier this morning. But, the bookies favourite to replace him, Marco Silva, would come with more baggage and even more pressure before the job has begun. Whoever Everton football club choose to bring in to replace Sam Allardyce, will signify probably one of the biggest... Continue Reading →

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Michael Keane – Season Review

Michael Keane is next in our end of season player review series. The Central defender has had a season of ups and downs, after Ronald Koeman signed him from Burnley last summer. A central defender was an absolute must at the start of the season for Everton. Along with Keane's development at Burnley, the English... Continue Reading →

Everton Manager Latest

Sam Allardyce looks set to be dismissed by Everton as early as Wednesday, whilst widely rumoured Marco Silva might not be the front runner to replace him. Allardyce's Everton reign is all but done with Everton expected to announce the managers departure on Wednesday or at latest before the week is out. Big Sam has... Continue Reading →

Jonjoe Kenny – Season Review

Another Everton academy success had his deserving birth in the first team this season. Kenny took up Coleman's position at right back, through the Irish international's long injury lay-off, with a degree of success. During a season rife with low points and depressing games of football, it was refreshing to see our academy graduates prove... Continue Reading →

Season Review – Cuco Martina

The Dutch right-back is next in line for our 2017/18 Player Season Review series - and he's bound to divide opinions between blues. A signing made by Ronald Koeman - Cuco Martina was regularly deputised out-of-position as a left-back after Leighton Baines became injured and the Club failed to sign another defender. He failed to... Continue Reading →

Seamus Coleman – Season Review

Everton’s right back Seamus Coleman is second in our 2017/18 player review series. Seamus Coleman unfortunately will not be at the World Cup in Russia later in the summer due to the Republic of Ireland not qualifying, But a break could be of benefit after a clustered period since returning from his long injury lay off... Continue Reading →

Rooney: “It’s me or Allardyce”

News has been rumbling around the sporting world that Wayne Rooney may well be on the move to a new club, just 12 months after rejoining Everton. But, the potential deal to the MLS is not a foregone conclusion as some outlets are making out. Wayne Rooney was reportedly the centre of a £12mil bid... Continue Reading →

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