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He is 35 and resides in Virginia, about 30 miles south of the American capital. Brian grew up playing soccer and has been an Everton fan since Tim Howard joined the Blues, and his passion has only grown since. His favorite player is Phil Jagielka, who always played like it was his last match. When he is not taking in all things Everton or coaching soccer, he can be found outside working on his farm, playing drums and bass in his band, Noble Experiment, or working on his FIFA Ultimate Team. Brian F is our resident graphic artist with an eye for tactics. Twitter - @foleysthoughts

CONFIRMED: Salomon Rondon signs for Everton

Former Newcastle & Dalian striker links back up with old manager

Everton close on James Rodriguez deal for speedy winger

One Colombian in, and another Colombian out as Porto’s Luis Diaz is linked

Everton Podcast - School of Science Radio, Episode 96 | A Point at Elland Road

Geno and Brian recap the draw at Leeds United, look ahead to Huddersfield and then Brighton on Saturday

Everton 3-1 Southampton: Three Thoughts | Rafa’s adjustments, pace infusion & centrehalf woes

The Toffees stormed back in the second half after a poor start. What did we notice?

Interview with former Everton goalie Tim Howard at the Florida Cup

The American speaks on topics from Everton’s upcoming season to ‘Big Yerry’

School of Science Radio, Episode 93 | Everton US Tour special

Geno and Brian discuss the Everton US Tour with some exclusive content from fan events

Everton vs Millonarios: Instant Reaction | Benitez wins the Toffees a cup!

It’s easy to get carried away in either direction when watching friendlies

Everton Finally Headed Back to the United States

American Blues rejoice! The Toffees will visit for the first time since 2013

James out for Everton’s season finale, Ancelotti addresses Copa America rumours

Colombian and captain Coleman both unfit to face Manchester City

School of Science Radio, Episode 85 | Everton’s South Coast Snoozefest

Matthew and Brian Foley discuss Everton’s goalless draw at Brighton and look ahead to Friday’s visit of Tottenham