I am a testament to the fact that Evertonians are born. Born in Liverpool, my first matches were spent sitting on one of the crush bars in the Gladwys Street end watching the Holy Trinity weaving their magic on their way to the league championship in 1970. After moving to Canada in 1972, it was hard to stay connected and my greatest regret was not being able to see matches in the mid eighties. However, the popularity of the game has increased in North America and the internet now allows me to see every game live and keep up with all things Everton. I am a massive fan and the grand optimist.
The MOTM goal scorer wants the momentum to continue
McNeil reflects on the challenges and work needed to chalk up his first goal for Everton
Retirement for Delph? Who saw this one coming!
Midfielder heads to Al-Wadha in UAE to further clear out the wage bill
Report suggests that Patterson’s injury is less severe than first indicated
There are a lot of eyes in the sky as construction goes on
Just when things were starting to look up, injuries are rearing their ugly head again
Innovative head of Welsh FA Coaching Carl Darlington joins the Blues
The summer transfer window signing grabbed the all-important goal against West Ham today