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Welcome To Yet Another Everton Website!!!

The purpose of this site is to provide a comprehensive record of the results of all competitive games played by Everton since their formation, together with details of player appearances and goals.

There are lots of links on the left that break down the information into different categories (as explained down below) so go ahead and click on one and see what you get!

The title bar above currently features Tommy "TG" Jones and Colin Harvey, two former Everton legends - one a defender, one a midfielder - both graceful, classy and the epitome of what Everton is all about.
Click on their photos to see brief details of their Everton careers and appearances & goals.

The title bar images will change every so often so that you'll get to see a whole host of Everton greats throughout the months and years ahead.  Images (and career summaries) of previous weeks' legends can be seen by clicking the 'Previous Legends' link on the left, where you'll also find a link to take you to details of the less-than-legendary donkeys like Claus Thomsen who have 'starred' in the 'Apart From ...' feature!

Royle, Young, Reid, Sharp, Watson, Lyons, Ball, Jones, Southall, Hickson, Kendall, Latchford, Labone, Sagar, Ratcliffe, Dean

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in Europe               v Tottenham
on Nov 27                  on Nov 30

Frustration At Sunderland ...

- ... but on the positive side we are now on a 6 match unbeaten run in all competitions (W3 D3 L0)

- strangely, those 6 games have gone like this: W-D-W-D-W-D
- we're bound to win our next one, then!

- the match at Sunderland was our 80th League visit to their place
- and our recent record at the Stadium of Light in our last 10 trips in all competitions is now W6 D4 L1

- congratulations, by the way, to Sylvain Distin on his 200th appearance for us in all competitions
- and to Darron Gibson on his 50th

- Leon Osman's appearance at Sunderland was his 58th for us as a substitute
- he now moves ahead of Stuart Barlow and into 5th place on his own on our All-Time Sub Appearances chart
- Steven Naismith is now joint 10th on that list on 41 with Jack Rodwell
  (who, coincidentally, came on as a substitute against us for Sunderland!)

- in terms of just League sub apperances,
  Ossie is up to 46 and now 1 behind Barlow in 6th place on our All-Time League Sub Appearances list

- in total Leon has now made 399 appearances for Everton in all competitions
- that's made up of 341 starts and those 58 as a sub
- he's in 16th place on our All-Time Appearances chart, 3 behind Gordon West and John Hurst

- further down that list, Tim Howard is 20th on 363
- Leighton Baines has joined 1930's half-back Jock Thomson in 38th place on 296
- and Phil Jagielka is now joint 56th on 260 with 1920's winger Alec Troup
- they're both 1 ahead of Joseph Yobo

- in just League games, Tim Howard has now made 308 Everton appearances
- that puts him level with Tommy Wright in equal 19th place on our All-Time League Appearances chart
- Leon Osman leads the way amongst current players with 329 in 15th place
- and Leighton Baines has now moved level with Phil Neville on 242 in joint 42nd place

- Tim Howard has now started 308 Premier League games for Everton
- he's a long way clear at the top of our All-Time Premier League Starts chart
- further down that list, Sylvain Distin is now joint 16th with Alan Stubbs on 160
- Seamus Coleman is joint 29th with Steve Watson on 106
- Gareth Barry is level in 67th place with Tony Grant on 43
- and James McCarthy is now joint 70th with Nikica Jelavic on 41

- Leighton Baines' goal at Sunderland was his 31st for us in all competitions
- in the Premier League it was his 23rd for us
- he's now 1 ahead of Graham Stuart and alone in 13th place on our Premier League Scorers' chart

- Leighton's penalty success was his 20th for us in all games (from 22 taken)
- he's only the 3rd player in our history to reach that milestone
- the others were David Unsworth (23 from 26) and Trevor Steven (23 from 29)

- Leon Osman didn't score at the Stadium of Light but he did notch one in the previous game against Lille
- that means Ossie has now scored for Everton in 12 successive seasons (2003/04-2014/15)

- only the legendary Jack Taylor
and (of course) 'Dixie' Dean have bettered that figure
- they both scored in 14 consecutive seasons for us
- 1896/97-1909/10 in Taylor's case and 1924/25-1937/38 for 'Dixie'

- Ossie's now moved ahead of 4 players who managed goals for us in 11 seasons on the run
- Edgar Chadwick (1888/89-1898/99), Jack Sharp (1899/00-1909/10)
- Tommy Eglington (1946/47-1956/57) and Dave Watson (1986/87-1996/97)

- and so on to West Ham at home after the international break on November 22nd

- we've never played the Hammers on that date before

- our last two Nov 22 outings have seen us unbeaten
- we drew 2-2 at Sunderland in 2010 and we won 2-0 at home to Wolves in 2003

- but we actually have a very poor overall record on that date in our history - W4 D4 L9
- in fact, using a 2pts for a win and 1 for a draw system,
- and including only dates that we've played more than 3 games on
- there are only 5 dates in the year upon which we have a worse record!

- we do have a very good recent record against West Ham though!
- we've won all of our last 4 meetings with them - W4 D0 L0
- and we're unbeaten in the last 13 - W9 D4 L0

- at Goodison, they've left empty-handed on their last 7 visits
- that's a W4 D3 L0 record for us since their last win at our place in December 2005

- our last meeting with West Ham came at Goodison in March and gave us a 1-0 win

- the upcoming game will be Roberto Martinez's 50th League game in charge of Everton
- his current record is W24 D14 L11

- 2 goals would take us to 50 under Roberto in League games at Goodison

- and a win would be our 200th overall in home Premier League games

- if Leon Osman plays against West Ham his Everton playing career will stretch to 11 years and 314 days
- that'll take him above 1910/20's half-back Alan Grenyer & into 19th place on our Longest Playing Career list

- and if he does get a game it will be Leon's 400th appearance for us in all competitions
- only 15 players have ever reached that milestone for us in the past

- meanwhile, if Romelu Lukaku plays it'll be his 50th Everton appearance

- and I feel like I'll be saying this all season! .....
- .....
if someone who has never scored for us before manages to find the net against West Ham
- then they will become the 500th different scorer in our history (not including own goals)
- so that could be Atsu ... or Besic ... or (it'll never happen) Tony Hibbert .....

Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones

Leon Osman needs 1 more appearance to reach 400 for us in all competitions - so far he's made 341 starts and 58 as a sub
Romelu Lukaku
needs 1 more appearance to reach 50 for us in all competitions - he's made 43 starts and 6 as a sub
James McCarthy
needs 2 more starts to reach 50 for us in all competitions - so far he's made 48

Dates of Birth



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Appearances, Goals & Clean Sheets  

Who Has Played The Most Times For Us? 
Who's Scored The Most Goals? 
Is Big Dunc Our Most Used Sub Ever? 
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 When We're Good, We're Good.
 When We're Bad, We're Terrible!
 What's The Most Goals We've Ever Scored,
 Or Conceded, In Any One Match?
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Did Over 70,000 People Really Used To Come 
And Watch Us At Home? 
And What Were Our Smallest Crowds, 
Home And Away? 
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 Remember 1950-51? We Were Bad!
 Remember 1984-85? We Were Good!!
 Remember 1921-22? Er, No, Thought Not!
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Did We Really Once Lose To Glossop? 
How Bad Have We Been Against Man Utd 
In The Premier League?! 
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 What's Our Best Run Of Victories?
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 What's The Longest We've Gone Without
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