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Garrett Post is an aspiring football journalist from the United States. He is a recent graduate from the University of California Santa Barbara. He has been a die-hard Evertonian since the opening day of the 2012/13 season and has been covering the club since the beginning of the 2020/21 season, formerly with GrandOldTeam, and now with Royal Blue Mersey. Check out his full portfolio at

5 Telling Stats from Everton’s Lifeless Defeat to West Ham | Worst Season in History?

The Toffees fell even further into disarray with a 2-0 defeat at the London Stadium on Saturday

The Soul of Everton Football Club is at Stake

Everton’s upcoming match against Southampton is future-defining both on and off the pitch

5 Telling Stats from Everton’s Embarrassing Defeat to Brighton

Everton’s winless run increased to seven in all competitions after Brighton cut them apart at Goodison Park on Tuesday

5 Telling Stats from Everton’s Improbable Draw Against the Champions Manchester City

Demarai Gray’s second-half stunner earned the Toffees an unlikely point at the Etihad Stadium

Three Everton Issues that Frank Lampard Must Address Immediately

The manager has fires to put out in his Everton side before the Premier League returns in less than two weeks

World Cup Recaps: Netherlands 3-1 United States | Oranje End The American Dream

The Netherlands became the first nation to punch their ticket to the quarterfinals after defeating the USMNT

World Cup Previews: Netherlands vs USA | Redemption on the Cards

The Round of 16 begins on Saturday when the USMNT play the Dutch at Khalifa International Stadium

World Cup Recap: United States 1-0 Iran | Pulisic’s Winner Sends the US Through

The Chelsea forward put his body on the line to help the US earn redemption

World Cup Previews: United States vs Iran | Everything On the Line

It’s win or go home for the USMNT on Tuesday when they face Iran in the final fixture of Group B

World Cup Recaps: England 0-0 USA | Americans Impress in North Atlantic Stalemate

Berhalter’s team proved they could go toe to toe with tournament heavyweights England