2:54 PM EDT, Mon August 20, 2018
Kristian Walsh / northwales 2 hours ago
Why this could be Everton FC's 'year'

Why this could be Everton FC's 'year'

Former Blues captain Phil Neville believes this could e a season to remember for Marco Silvas team
Royal Blue Mersey 2 hours ago
Silva’s tactical flexibility on display for Everton against Southampton

Silva’s tactical flexibility on display for Everton against Southampton

That was refreshing. In preparation to write these weekly tactical analyses, I usually take a little bit of time in the days before a match to think about how I expect things to play out. This little bit of foresight helps me to contextualize what happens during the 90 minutes played out on the pitch. This week, my pre-match thoughts could be summed up in two parts. Southampton would come out with its three-man backline from the opening week of the season. Forced to respect the pace and ability of Theo Walcott and Richarlison, the Saints’ wing-backs would sit deep as well, making it...
northwales 4 hours ago
Everton FC winger in talks with Middlesbrough over loan deal

Everton FC winger in talks with Middlesbrough over loan deal

Yannick Bolasie could be set to leave Goodison Park
Royal Blue Mersey 5 hours ago
Everton outcasts set for dual Championship loans

Everton outcasts set for dual Championship loans

Well, see you guys later. One of the themes of this summer has been other clubs being suddenly willing to accept Everton’s trash surplus. Fiorentina was hoodwinked into taking Kevin Mirallas, while down at Stoke City, they signed up for the Cuco Martina and Ashley Williams program. It’s been rumored off and on for weeks, but a new contender has firmly emerged - Middlesbrough are set to acquire both Yannick Bolasie and Muhamed Besic, according to Sky Sports. Can confirm Yannick Bolasie is holding face-to-face talks with Tony Pulis at the Middlesbrough training ground today. The...
Royal Blue Mersey 9 hours ago
More praise for ‘meticulous’ Silva, this time from captain Coleman.

More praise for ‘meticulous’ Silva, this time from captain Coleman.

Blues skipper for the day is loving the manager’s approach Everton unfurled an array of setpiece routines at Goodison on Saturday as Marco Silva lived up to his word of being excited for the Blues’ home opener. Seamus Coleman stepped in as captain with Phil Jagielka suspended for his sending off last weekend at Wolves, and the Irishman heaped more praise on the manager on the club website. “Since the manager came in he’s been very keen on us pressing as a team, getting the ball back as quickly as we possibly can and playing forward passes and attacking football. “He’s very...