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Royal Blue Mersey May 16, 2018
Everton Season Review: Center-Backs

Everton Season Review: Center-Backs

Taking a look back at how the center-backs performed this season. Welcome to the 2017-18 Everton Season Review. Unfortunately, an autopsy is required before we can truly bury this year. Up next, the center-backs. Phil Jagielka Performance: The captain had what we can certainly call an eventful season. He turned 35 just before the season started, and was coming off consecutive seasons limited by injury. Time for the inevitable regression, right? Not quite. Jagielka struggled early in the season, along with all his Everton teammates, as the Ronald Koeman era ground to a halt. He was leaned...
Sport Mole May 14, 2018
Manager David Moyes hails West Ham United's display against Everton

Manager David Moyes hails West Ham United's display against Everton

Manager David Moyes admits that he was delighted with West Ham United's performance in the 3-1 victory over Everton.
Royal Blue Mersey May 11, 2018
Everton to move for defender eight years after first scouting him

Everton to move for defender eight years after first scouting him

Blues will look to bolster defence this offseason with Newcastle’s Lascelles With Phil Jagielka and Ashley Williams ageing rapidly, Everton are very likely to be in the mix to add a young central defender (or two) this summer. A name that has been previously mentioned is Newcastle’s Jamaal Lascelles, and now the Mirror are reporting that the Blues are indeed looking to shell out the big bucks for him this summer. Lascelles signing a new six-year deal earlier this season but has been linked with London sides Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur. With Rafa Benitez’s future at the club still...
Royal Blue Mersey Apr 24, 2018
Everton pioneers world’s first ‘virtual matchday mascot’

Everton pioneers world’s first ‘virtual matchday mascot’

Technology allows sick child to experience Goodison Park in all its glory If you were watching closely last night as the Everton players came out on the pitch with ‘Z-Cars’ blaring over the Goodison Park tannoy, you would have noticed captain Phil Jagielka holding something that looked like a robotic weighing scale. Turns out, that was actually matchday mascot 14-year-old Everton fan Jack McLinden. Well, kind of. | Introducing the world's first 'virtual matchday mascot’, enabling a a child too sick to travel from home get the full experience at Goodison! @_noisolation...
The Sun Apr 23, 2018

Everton use first ever virtual mascot ahead of their clash with Newcastle

EVERTON used the first ever virtual mascot so an ill young fan could experience Goodison Park on a game day. Ahead of their clash with Newcastle, Toffees skipper Phil Jagielka carried a specially-made robot onto the field. It meant Jack McLinden, 14, could enjoy the action despite being too ill to travel to the game. A […]

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