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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

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

World Cup Recaps: United States 1-1 Wales | All to play for in Group B

Gareth Bale’s 82nd minute penalty gave Wales a deserved point after a strong second-half

World Cup Previews: United States vs Wales | Pulisic or Bale, Who Will Deliver?

The Stars and Stripes return to the World Cup for the first time in 8 years against Wales, who have waited 64 years for this occasion.

5 Telling Stats from Everton’s Regrettable Defeat Against Leicester City

The Toffees spurned two golden opportunities and the Foxes made them pay

5 Telling Stats from Everton’s Stalemate at Fulham

Despite a poor second half performance, Lampard’s men did enough to earn another point away from home against high flying Fulham

5 Stats from Everton’s Convincing Victory Over Crystal Palace

The Toffees were able to snap their three-game skid with an impressive 3-0 victory over Patrick Vieira’s Palace.

With Gordon out, how should Everton line up at Spurs?

The winger is suspended but with Calvert-Lewin fit again, Lampard has some tough selection choices to make this weekend

5 Telling Stats from Everton’s Disappointing Loss to Manchester United

Everton’s six-game unbeaten streak was snapped on Sunday night thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s 700th career club goal