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A 23-year-old from Bethesda, MD, which sits just outside of Washington, D.C. Ian has supported Everton since the 2013/14 season, back when NBC started broadcasting the Premier League in the U.S. Seeing as there were very few Americans playing abroad at the time, he gravitated toward Everton because of Tim Howard and hasn’t looked back since! Growing up playing soccer, Ian was a right or left back, so he’s always been a fan of Seamus Coleman and Leighton Baines. When not watching soccer — which doesn’t happen too often — he enjoys reading, specifically graphic novels and fictional works. He is also an avid runner, enjoys playing Ultimate Frisbee and loves alternative music. Ian has taken over coverage of the Women’s team as well as covering post-game Three Thoughts for the Men’s side. Twitter - @iandecker111

FA WSL Preview: Everton Women at Arsenal | Match Details & How To Watch

Can the Toffees make it three consecutive wins on Sunday?

FA WSL Recap & Highlights: Everton Women 3-0 Reading

Trio of goals plus a shutout leads to another three points

FA WSL Preview: Everton Women at Reading | Match Details & How To Watch

Blues look to build on last weekend’s 3–1 victory

FA WSL Recap: Everton Women 3-1 Birmingham City

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International break gave Toffees chance to reset after disappointing start to season

FA WSL Recap: Everton Women 0–4 Chelsea | Toffees concede four goals again

The Blues have allowed eight goals and scored none through the season’s opening two matches

FA WSL Preview: Everton Women vs Chelsea | Another tough challenge

Merseyside outfit travels to Kingsmeadow following a 4–0 drubbing last weekend.

Everton Podcast - School of Science Radio, Episode 97 | Transfer Window Recap, Women’s Season Preview

Geno and Ian recap the now closed summer transfer window and look ahead to the Women’s season

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Lifeless and disjointed Blues blown out against superior City

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Everton look to break into fight for spot in Champions League