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Trent R. Nelson is a 29-year-old autodidactic poet and historian, political, social and economic analyst, as well as a soccer writer. Zidane’s 2006 World Cup got him hooked onto the sport before learning that his Everton family ties stretch deep back into the 19th century. He travels often, and so writes as he goes. He loves writing, reading, chatting and listening; he writes about Everton at Royal Blue Mersey, Arsenal for Pain in the Arsenal, general soccer at Playing for 90, and for Liberal Currents and Exponents Magazine in regards to politics, history and the associated matters. Trent usually writes long-form articles about the club from a 10,000 foot view. Twitter - @TRichard_Nelson

Everton 2023/24 Season Preview: Sean Dyche

There are lots of positives to consider as the first full year of the Dyche era is set to get under way

Everton 2023/24 Season Preview: Strikers

Do we dare hope for a successful year for Calvert-Lewin, and who will be the Plan B?

Everton 2022-23 Season Review: Three Weaknesses of the Squad

It’ll take a brave fan to say the Toffees aren’t going to be fighting a relegation battle next season

Everton 2022-23 Season Review: Strikers Report Cards

Assessing the seasons for strikers Calvert-Lewin, Maupay, and Simms

Everton 2022-23 Season Review: Sean Dyche Report Card

Dyche pushed the Toffees just enough to make it across the line and into another Premier League season

Everton 2022-23 Season Review: Frank Lampard Report Card

The feel-good story fell apart quickly once the new season got rolling

The Opposition View: Everton at Wolves | Hosts safe, can the Blues replicate?

A win would leave the Toffees in a fine spot with just a single match left prior to the end of the Premier League season - pending other results of course

The Opposition View: Everton vs Manchester City | Blues try to dent City confidence

Everton and Arsenal supporters are united on this Sunday morning - three points for the Toffees would be a major coup for both

The Opposition View: Everton at Brighton | Can the Blues help themselves?

The side is running out of options and routes to Premier League safety with only four matches left to play

The Opposition View: Everton at Leicester City | Two teams, three points, relegation

At least one if not both teams are in real danger of the drop.