Game of the Day: Everton 1-0 Liverpool, 2004

There are more than a few iconic photographs from Everton’s history, ones which speak a thousand words. So above is a picture about which I will now write a thousand (or more) words. It is a scene that portrays adrenaline-fuelled ebullience at its purest; a joyous pile-on, with a beaming Tim Cahill punching the air. […]

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Game of the Day: Everton 3-0 Liverpool, 2006

Every football club has a ‘bogey team’. There is (at least) one side who cause a sense of impending dread when the time to play them rolls around again. A couple of years ago, the Telegraph crunched the numbers and worked out each of the Premier League clubs’ most feared opposition. Arsenal’s was Chelsea. Chelsea’s […]

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Game of the Day: Liverpool 0-2 Everton, 1970

Everton finished the 1968/69 season in third, having scored 77 goals, and conceded 36. The next campaign saw them tally up five fewer in their favour, with the defensive record improved to the tune of two goals. And yet they won Division 1, finishing nine points clear of second-placed Leeds. Colin Harvey believed the Blues […]

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Do you remember the 28th night of September? Nothing like some Everton magic to chase the clouds away. Monday night was a strange beast. And by that I’m thinking something like a unicorn or a Tory Cabinet member with morals because we just don’t see that sort of thing round these parts. It was the […]

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We did it! The players actually did what they’re paid to do and we won a game! They didn’t half make us wait for it – not only the ninety minutes in which we had to withhold what was a mostly tepid Crystal Palace ‘onslaught’, but the month and a half from the win over […]

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