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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 Kevin Ratcliffe and Warney Cresswell, two former Everton legends - both captains, both cultured defenders, both double title winners, both FA Cup winners.
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 Mike Walker 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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On This Day In The Past?
v Liverpool                   v Man Utd
on Apr 1                        on Apr 4

HULL BECOME THE LATEST GOODISON VICTIMS! ...

- ... it was our 6th successive victory at home in the League
- that's something we haven't achieved since a run of 7 home League wins ending in April 2014
- and that (jointly with another 7-game run ending in March 2010) is our Prem record!

- and in those 6 League wins we've scored 22 goals!
- the last time we managed that was from April-September 1962 (6 wins on the run & 25 goals)
- the last time we managed it within 1 season was February-April 1932 (also 6 wins on the run & 25 goals)!

- the Hull game kicked-off at 3.00pm
- in our last 11 home League games kicking off at that time our record is now W8 D3 L0!

- the win ended a run of 3 matches for us without a victory against Hull, home and away - W0 D2 L1

- but our record in all home meetings with them is now an impressive W7 D2 L1

- at Goodison in the Premier League the record for us against them is W4 D1 L0
- that makes Hull our 2nd favourite home Prem opponents!
  (on a points per game basis and including only teams who have visited more than twice)

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the 3 points gained means we've now overtaken our Prem points totals from each of the last 2 seasons
- we achieved 47 in 2014/15 and 2015/16 - and we are currently now on 50

- the 4 goals scored against Hull took us over 50 - up to 51 in fact - under Ronald Koeman in the League!

- and of course Romelu Lukaku took most of the headlines again!

- Rom became the 1st player ever to score twice in injury-time in an Everton game!

- and he's now up to 21 League goals for us this season
- nobody has scored that many since Gary Lineker's 30 in the old Division 1 back in 1985/86

- in all competitions, Rom has now scored 83 times for the club
- he's level with 1950s/60s legend Derek Temple in 18th place on our All-Time Scoring chart

- in the League he's up to 64 for us
- he's joined 1900s legendary winger Jack Sharp in 29th position on our All-Time League Scoring chart

- and Rom has now also scored in 7 games in a row at Goodison in all competitions!
- the last person to manage that for us was Bob Latchford from October 1977 - January 1978
- our record is goals in 12 successive Goodison games
- who by? Who else - Dixie Dean! - from October 1930 - February 1931

- home and away, Rom has also scored in 4 successive Premier League games for us now
- only he himself has bettered that for the club!
- he managed goals in 7 Prem games in a row in November/December 2015

- and well done to Dominic Calvert-Lewin on his first goal for the club!
- he's the 512th different goalscorer in our history
- the 503rd in the League and the 129th in the Premier League
  (not including own goals)

- oh, and he's the first player with a double-barrelled surname ever to score for us!

- at the other end of the pitch, well done to Joel Robles on another clean sheet
- it was his 151⁄2th for us in the League
- he's now moved into 20th place on our Most League Clean Sheets chart above Jim Arnold & Richard Wright!

- Joel's also leapfrogged Wright on our Most Premier League Clean Sheets chart
- he's up to 6th place on that chart

- Hull's Tom Huddlestone received his marching orders, of course
- he's the first opponent to be sent-off against us this season
- that's the latest in a season we've had to wait to see an opponent dismissed since 1990/91
- nobody was red-carded against us in that campaign!

- and Huddlestone became the 50th opponent to be sent-off in a Premier League game at Goodison!

- Leighton made his 303rd Premier League appearance for Everton in the Hull game
- that's 1 more than David Unsworth managed
- Bainesy is now in 3rd place alone on our All-Time Prem Appearances chart
- he's behind just Tim Howard (354) and Leon Osman (352)

- Ross Barkley, meanwhile, has joined Marouane Fellaini on 141 Prem games for the club
- they're level in 23rd place on that chart
- Fellaini has 5 more Prem goals for us than Ross at the moment, by the way - 25 v. 20

- and Gareth Barry was 36 years and 23 days old on the day of the Hull game
- he's become the 22nd oldest player ever to appear in a League game for us!
- Gaz Baz has moved ahead of Phil Neville on that list!

- and so on to Liverpool away on 1st April!

- have a look at the Merseyside Derby section for everything you'd ever need to know about the fixture!

- it'll be the 50th Premier League Merseyside derby overall!
- our record so far is a paltry W9 D19 L21

- we've played the old enemy once before on April 1st, winning 5-2 at Goodison on Good Friday 1904!
- Sandy Young scored 4 for us and they missed a penalty - happy days!

- our last April Fool's Day outing was a 2-2 draw at home with Sunderland in 2006

- that was the most recent of 8 successive home games for us on that date!
- and we're unbeaten in the last 3 - W2 D1 L0
- our last April 1st victory was a 3-1 Goodison win against Bolton in 2002

- our last away game on that date was a 0-0 draw at Huddersfield back in 1972

- overall we've played 5 away matches on April 1st in the past - W1 D2 L2
- the 1 win was a 2-0 success at Aston Villa in 1963

- and perhaps our most famous April 1st game came back in 1970
- a 2-0 Wednesday night home win over West Brom secured our 7th League title success!

- we have a terrible recent record against Liverpool!

- at all venues, in all competitions we've won 0 of the last 13 encounters - W0 D7 L6
- the last win was our 2-0 Goodison victory in October 2010 with goals from Tim Cahill & Mikel Arteta

- 12 of those 13 games were in the Premier League
- if we fail to win again this time it will be 13 League games against them, home and away, without a win
- that would equal our worst ever League run against Liverpool
- we were also winless in 13 Merseyside League derbies between March 1972 and April 1978!

- at Anfield we haven't recorded a victory this century!
- our last success there came via Kevin Campbell's solitary goal in September 1999

- since then our record at their place in all competitions is W0 D9 L8
- in the Prem our recent record there is W0 D8 L8
- we also lost the 2012 FA Cup Semi-Final at Wembley to them during that period too!

- it's our longest ever run without a win against them at Anfield in our entire history!
- that's both in terms of the League (16 games) and in all competitions (17)

- it's not our worst current run away at a single club, though
- we've played 22 games at Arsenal in all comps since we last won there in January 1996
- and it's 26 games without a victory for us at Chelsea in all visits since our 1-0 win in November 1994!

- oh, and we've only scored 1 goal in our last 5 trips to Anfield (W0 D2 L3 - F1 A12 in those 5 games)
- that was Phil Jagielka's 91st minute screamer of an equaliser in September 2014

- if they keep another clean sheet this time it would be their 3rd in a row against us in the Prem, home & away
- that would be the longest we've ever gone against them in the Prem without a goal!

- and if Liverpool win again it will mean they'll have completed the double over us this season
- that would be the first Merseyside Derby Double since they did the same in 2011/12
- they also beat us in the FA Cup Semi-Final too in that campaign
- aaaagh!

- if he plays against Liverpool it will be Leighton Baines's 304th League game for Everton
- that's the same as David Unsworth and they'll be joint 21st on our All-Time League Appearances chart

- it would also be Bainesy's 17th appearance in a Premier League Merseyside derby
- he'd join Robbie Fowler in 6th place on the All-Time Prem Merseyside Derby Apperances list

- if Romelu Lukaku starts it will be his 125th Premier League start for the club
- he'll move level with Kevin Campbell in 23rd place on our All-Time Prem Starts chart

- here are their Prem records for us:
- Kev: 125 starts (+20 as a sub) - 45 goals
- Rom: 124 starts (+8 as a sub) - 64 goals

- if Ross is taken off at Anfield, by the way, it will be the 50th time he's been subbed in an EFC League game
- that would put him level in 4th place with Steven Pienaar on our 'Most Subbed Off in League Games' chart!

- will Romelu Lukaku keep up his scoring run?!

- if he does score, it will be his 65th League goal for us
- that would be the same as 1950s forward Jimmy Harris and 1930s legend Tommy Lawton
- they'd all be in 27th place on our All-Time League Scoring chart

- a goal for Rom will also mean he will have scored in 5 Premier League games in a row, home and away
- that would be the 2nd best run ever by an Everton player in the Prem!
- Rom himself is our record-holder with goals in 7 Prem games in a row in November/December 2015

- Gareth Barry will be 36 years and 37 days old on the day of the Liverpool game
- if he plays he will move ahead of Alan Stubbs
- and become the 21st oldest player ever to appear in a League game for us!

- Anthony Taylor will referee the derby - and he's likely to have a busy day!

- there have been 27 sendings-off in previous Everton/Liverpool fixtures
- that's more than in any other Everton fixture
  (Chelsea games are the next highest with 26 dismissals in total)

- 18 of the derby sendings-off have been Everton players, by the way
- that's more than we've had against any other club!

- if Taylor awards a penalty it's not likely to be to Everton!
- since the war Liverpool have had 7 pens at Anfield against us - and we've had 1 against them!
- Wayne Clarke managed to score that one in a 1-1 draw in December 1988

- if we do get another this time it will be our 200th away from home in all competitions ever!
- so far our record is 139 scored and 60 missed or saved!

- and if Leighton Baines scores from the spot against Liverpool it will be his 24th spot-kick success for us
- he'd then move out on his own at the top of our 'Most Penalties Scored' chart
- he's currently level on 23 (from 26 taken) with David Unsworth (also from 26) and Trevor Steven (from 29)

- Liverpool have missed their last 2 penalties against us!
- Daniel Sturridge (over) in Jan 2014 and Dirk Kuyt (saved by Tim Howard) in Oct 2011 were the takers

- if they miss another one it will be the 100th miss by all of our opponents in all of our away League games!

- if either them or us miss a penalty it will be the 150th miss in total in all of our away League games ever!

- we don't have a great record in Taylor'e recent appointments as our ref
- in his last 10 in all competitions it is W2 D2 L6
- the most recent one was our January win at C Palace

- the derby is, of course, a 12.30pm kick-off
- we've only had 2 previous games against Liverpool with that kick-off time - and we lost both!
- the FA Cup Semi-Final at Wembley in April 2012 and a 3-0 Goodison Park Prem defeat in August 2003

- our last 12.30pm kick-off was a 3-2 defeat at Watford in December last year

- and we've won 0 of our last 3 matches kicking off at that time - W0 D1 L2
- the other defeat in those 3 games was the FA Cup Semi v. Liverpool in April 2012 mentioned above
- and the draw came 8 days later in the memorable 4-4 game at Old Trafford against Man Utd!

- our last 12.30pm win was a 1-0 victory at West Brom on New Year's Day 2012

- our recent record in just Saturday games kicking-off at 12.30pm is poor - W1 D3 L3 in the last 7
- the 1 win was the first of those 7 - 2-1 at home to Southampton in February 2003
- that was memorable for Tomasz Radzinski scoring 2 late goals, including a 93rd minute winner!

- since then we've won 0 of 6 Saturday games with a 12.30pm start (W0 D3 L3)!

- but, including all kick-off times, we do like Saturday games at the moment!
- we're unbeaten in the last 6 - W5 D1 L0

- only 2 of those 6 were away from home - and we drew 1 and won 1
- the win was the 1-0 victory at Crystal Palace last January
- poor old Seamus Coleman got that goal, of course - get well soon, Seamus!

- indeed, if we look solely at away Saturday games our recent record is not so rosy
- we've won just 1 (that Palace game) of the last 7 - W1 D2 L4

- COYB!!

- there are some new sections on the website!

- ever wondered which Everton player has been substituted the most times?!
- well, now you can find out - have a look at the new Subbed Off section for full, fascinating details!

- Ademola Lookman scored on his Everton debut earlier this season
- who else has managed that feat for the club?!
- have a look at the new Scored on Their Debut section to find out!

- and don't forget there's also a new History In Short section too!
- you can see at a glance how many times we've finished in each position in the League
- and where exactly we've been knocked out of the various cup competitions
- have a peek!

- and new recruit Ashley Williiams is our latest Number 5
- so why not have a look at all of the previous Evertonians who have played for us as a Number 5?!

Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones

Muhamed Besic needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us in all competitions - he's made 31 starts + 17 as a sub so far



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