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!
Ho Hum! .....
- .... so
our first home match with Crystal Palace in 9 years ends in dreadful
- and strangely our last 4 defeats have now all been against London
- Palace, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham being the perpetrators
- a number of runs came to an end against the Eagles
- it was the end of our 7 match winning run in the Premier League
- an Everton record
- it was the end of our 7 match winning run at home in the Prem
- that equals an EFC record
- it was the end of our 6 match winning run in all competitions,
last achieved in April 1987
- it was the end of our 9 match winning run at home in all comps,
last achieved in March 1986
- it was our first 3-2 defeat since Hull away in
- we've played 206 games since then without it happening
- and it was the first 3-2 reverse at Goodison since Villa
managed it in December 2008
- and the 3 Palace goals mean that we have now conceded 2,801
goals at home in our competitive history
- congratulations to Kevin Mirallas on his 50th start for us in
the Premier League, by the way
- Kev scored, of course, and that was his 13th goal for us in
- he's now joint 26th on our Premier
League Scoring list
- Steven Naismith's 9th Prem goal moves him to equal 38th on that
- James McCarthy continued his Everton goal drought against Palace
- that's now 30 Prem outings for Everton (27 starts + 3 as a sub)
without a goal
- he's in 9th place on our Most
Prem Appearances Without Scoring Chart
- Tim Howard has now made 343 appearances for Everton in all competitions
- that puts him 1 ahead of Jack Sharp in 22nd place on our All-Time
- Leon Osman leads the way amongst current players in 17th place
with 384 EFC games
- Leighton Baines is now on 277 Everton appearances
- and he's in joint 45th place with Howard Kendall,
just 1 behind Tim Cahill and 1 ahead of Joe Royle
- in the Premier League, Sylvain Distin has now made 153 Everton
- that puts him level with Lee Carsley in 17th place on our All-Time
Prem Starts list
- Tim Howard heads that list with 293 EFC Premier League starts
- Leon Osman's late introduction against Palace was his 40th sub
game for us in the Prem
- and it was his 50th substitute appearance for us in all competitions
- Ossie is now in 6th place on his own on our All-Time
Sub Appearances list
he's 1 ahead of James Vaughan and 7 behind Stuart Barlow
- Steven Naismith is up to 11th on that same list
- it's Man Ud at home next on April 20th
- it'll be our 170th League meeting with them home and away
- we've played ManYoo just once before on that date - and what
- it was the 1-0
Goodison win in April 2005 with Big Dunc's winner helping
us to 4th place that season
- that was our last April 20th win
- our last outing ended in a
1-0 defeat at Sunderland last season
- we've had a number of other notable games on April 20th in the
- in 1907 we lost the FA Cup Final 2-1
against Sheffield Wednesday
- in 1963 Alex Young's header earned us a 1-0
home win over Spurs in what was, in effect, the title decider
- in 1985 we won 2-0
at Stoke, our 6th win in succession as we closed in on the
Division 1 crown
- and in 1987 Wayne Clarke's hat-trick in
a 3-0 win against Newcastle kept us on course for another
- we beat Man Utd, of course, in our last encounter - courtesy
of Oviedo, baby back in December!
- we also won on their last visit to Goodison, 1-0
in last season's August opener
- indeed we have a 2-2-1 record against them in our last 5 Goodison
- and a win this time would be our 40th against them at home in
all League encounters
- however, overall in the Premier League we are terrible against
against Man Utd!
- in all Premier League games, home and away, we have a Worse
Record Against Them than against anyone!
- and the same is true at Goodison - they are Our
Least Favourite Prem Visitors!
- the match is of course on Easter Sunday - so Happy Easter everyone!
- we've won 2 and drawn 1 of our last 3 Easter
- at Goodison our record is 3-2-0 in the last 5 Easter games
- Roberto Martinez has been in charge of us now for 40 matches
in all competitions
- the returning David Moyes, on the other hand, was our boss for
- that's bettered only by Harry Catterick (592) and Howard Kendall
(542 in total in his 3 spells in charge)
- Roberto's record in his 40 games is W23 D9 L8 F70 A42
- Moyesy's first 40 Everton games brought this record: W18 D8
L14 F61 A63
- a win would be our 20th in the League this season, which would
be our Premier League record
- beating the 19 we managed in 2007/08
- it would also be the most since the 26 we racked up in our last
title-winning season in 1986/87
- we played 42 League games in that campaign
- it would also be our 13th at home in the League this season,
also a Premier League record for us
- and it would be the best since the 14 we achieved in 1989/90
- a win would also take us to 69 points in the League this season
- the 66 that we currently have is our best ever total in the
- and it's our best since the 70 we managed in 1987/88
- which was a 40 game League season
- 2 goals scored would take us to 36 at home in the League this
- that would equal our
Premier League best, a total we last achieved in 1999/00
- 3 goals scored would take us to 4,400 at home in our League
- however, 2 conceded would be 6,000 against us home and away
in all Top Flight matches ......
Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones
Click below for information, erm, about
How Have Everton Performed
Birthday In The Past?
Or On Your Wife's? Or The Cat's?
Click On The Link And Pick A Date!
Appearances, Goals & Clean Sheets
Who Has Played The Most Times For
Who's Scored The Most Goals?
Is Big Dunc Our Most Used Sub Ever?
Click On The Link And Find Out!
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?
Click On The Link To See The Extremes!
Did Over 70,000 People Really Used
And Watch Us At Home?
And What Were Our Smallest Crowds,
Home And Away?
Click On The Link To See The Figures!
Remember 1950-51? We Were
Remember 1984-85? We Were Good!!
Remember 1921-22? Er, No, Thought Not!
Click On The Link And Pick A Season!
Did We Really Once Lose To Glossop?
How Bad Have We Been Against Man Utd
In The Premier League?!
Click On The Link And Pick A Team!
What's Our Best Run Of Victories?
Or Our Worst Run Of Defeats?
What's The Longest We've Gone Without
Defeat? Or Without Winning?
Click On The Link To Reveal The Sequences!
A Whole Variety Of Information!
FA Cup 3rd Round, Opening Day, Christmas,
Easter, Europe, Cup Defeats, Big Matches,
Strange Competitions And More- It's All There!
Click On The Link And Pick A Topic!
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