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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 Howard Kendall and Ted Sagar, two former Everton legends - one a top midfielder and the most successful manager in our history, the other one of England's best ever keepers.
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

This Day in Everton's History

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How Have We Done
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On This Day In The Past?
v Stoke              v Bournemouth
on Feb 1                       on Feb 4

A FABULOUS VICTORY OVER MAN CITY! ...

- ... the win against the Mancs ended a run of 7 Prem meetings without success against them (W0 D3 L4)

- it was our first 4-goal margin of victory against Citeh since the 4-0 Goodison win in February 1986
- Gary Lineker nabbed a hat-trick in that match!

- and rather neatly it means that our all-time record against them is now - W68 D46 L68 - F246 A246!

- we're now unbeaten in our last 4 Premier League games, home and away - W3 D1 L0
- and the win was our 6th home League win this season
- that's the same as we managed in the whole of last season!

- and City's failure to score means back-to-back clean sheets for us at home in the Premier League
- we haven't managed that since a run of 4 in March/April 2015

- the win continued our good form in matches played on a Sunday with a 1.30pm kick-off!
- in our last 12 outings, home & away in all comps, with that day/time combo we now have a W9 D2 L1 record
- at Goodison the record is W7 D2 L1 in our last 10 Sunday 1.30pm kick-offs in all competitions
- the one defeat was the 2-1 Premier League loss to Swansea in January 2016

- the result showed the importance of us going in ahead at the break at Goodison
- our record in our last 84 home games in all competitions when we have a half-time lead is now W69 D14 L1!

- Tom Davies and, to a lesser extent, Ademola Lookman grabbed the main headlines, of course!
- both scored their first goals for Everton - and they took us to a milestone figure!

- Tom was the 499th and Ademola the 500th different goalscorer in our League history!!
  (that's not including own goals!)

- in the Premier League our total figure is now 126 and in all competitions it is 509

- and Ademola scored within just 4 minutes of coming on to make his Everton debut!

- our quickest ever debut goalscorer was Tony Cottee
- TC nabbed a goal in his first Everton game - at home to Newcastle in August 1988

- it's always been stated that Cottee's goal came after 34 seconds but that is now in doubt
- a video of the game is on youtube (here it is!)
- and that other marvellous Everton statistician (!) Gavin Buckland has had his stopwatch out!
- if you try it yourself you'll see that the goal actually comes after 30 seconds not 34
- time for the history books to be rewritten!

- here's a full list of our quickest debut goalscorers:
- 30 secs - Tony Cottee at home to Newcastle in Aug 1988
- 1 min - Andy Burton at home to Tottenham in Sep 1911
- 2 mins - Joe Clennell at home to Aston Villa in Jan 1914
- 3 mins - Harry Reay at Bolton in Apr 1894 & Jackie Keeley also at Bolton in Dec 1957
- 4 mins - Lacina Traore at home to Swansea in Feb 2014 & now the new boy Ademola Lookman!
- 5 mins - Tommy Costley at Derby in Oct 1888 & Louis Weller at Blackburn in Apr 1910
- 6 mins - Jimmy Cunliffe at Aston Villa in Mar 1933, Harry Catterick at Preston in Jan 1946,
               Fred Pickering at home to N Forest in Mar 1964 & Samuel Eto'o at home to Chelsea in Aug 2014

- Tom Davies was just 18 years & 199 days old on the day of the Man City game!
- his goal makes him our 22nd youngest scorer ever, our 19th in the League

- Ademola Lookman and Morgan Schneiderlin both made their Everton debuts against Man City
- we've now had 891 different players in our history, 870 in the League and 210 in the Premier League!

- Kevin Mirallas, meanwhile, was playing his 131st Premier League game for us
- he's now level with Victor Anichebe in 27th place on our All-Time Premier League Appearances chart

- Leighton Baines made his 336th start for us in all competitions in the Citeh game
- he's now level with 1900s half-back Harry Makepeace in joint 23rd position on our All-Time Starts chart

- Bainesy is also now up to 279 League starts for the club
- he's moved into joint 26th place with 1910s/20s winger Sam Chedgzoy on our All-Time League Starts chart

- Romelu Lukaku's goal against Man City was his 55th for us in the League
- he's now in 37th place on his own our All-Time League Scoring chart, 1 ahead of 1920s forward Bobby Irvine

- on our Premier League list, Rom is in 3rd place and now just 1 goal behind Tim Cahill & 5 behind Big Dunc!

- Kevin Mirallas has moved on to 28 Prem goals for us after his latest strike
- he's joined Tony Cottee in 8th place on that Premier League chart

- and so on to Crystal Palace away on January 21st!

- we've played Palace once before on that date - winning 3-1 at Goodison in 1995

- our 2 most recent Jan 21 outings both ended in draws
- the last one finishing 0-0 at Southampton in 2013

- our last January 21st win was a 2-0 Premier League victory at Wigan in 2007

- and we've never actually lost a Premier League game played on January 21st - W3 D2 L0!

- oh, and Nigel Martyn became our oldest ever Prem player in a January 21st match!
- that was our 1-0 home win against Arsenal in 2006
- it was his last League game for the club at the age of 39 years & 163 days!

- we've drawn all of our last 3 encounters with Crystal Palace, home and away
- the last one was the 1-1 game back in September last year

- the most recent at their place ended 0-0 in April 2016, with James McCarthy seeing red in the 2nd half!

- our last victory against Palace came at Selhurst Park - 1-0 in January 2015
- you may remember Romelu Lukaku scoring the only goal after just 2 minutes!

- in fact, Rom has scored in 4 of our last 5 games against the Eagles, home and away!

- we're actually unbeaten in our last 5 trips to Palace, all in the Prem - W3 D2 L0
- and in the last 3 we haven't conceded a single goal!

- our full Premier League record at their ground is W4 D2 L1 - F9 A3
- little surprise then to find that they are the 2nd favourite away opponents in our Premier League history!
  (that's on a points per game basis)

- 1 goal for us this time round would take us to 50 against them in all League meetings, home and away

- if he plays against Palace, it will be Leighton Baines' 358th appearance for us in all competitions
- he'd move to joint 21st place with 1950s/60s half-back Brian Harris on our All-Time Appearances chart

- Romelu Lukaku will be making his 150th appearance for us in all comps if he plays, by the way!
- and for Joel Robles it will be his 50th if he gets another game!

- if Phil Jagielka plays, it will be his 279th League appearance for the club
- he'd move level with 1910s/20s winger Sam Chedgzoy in 28th place on our All-Time League Apps chart

- James McCarthy will make his 100th Prem appearance for us if he plays against Crystal Palace
- he'd be the 45th player to reach that milestone for the club
- and Aaron Lennon will make his 50th - the 84th Everton player to reach that figure

- if Leighton Baines starts in the Palace game it will be his 337th start for us in all competitions
- he'd move 1 ahead of 1900s half-back Harry Makepeace
- Leighton would be in 23rd place alone on our All-Time Starts chart

- he'd also move on to 280 League starts for the club
- that would put him on his own in 26th place on our All-Time League Starts chart
- he'd be 1 ahead of 1910s/20s winger Sam Chedgzoy

- Kevin Mirallas will almost certainly start in the Palace game
- however, if he comes on as a substitute it will be his 50th sub appearance for us
- he'd be in 8th place alone on our All-Time Sub Appearances chart, 1 ahead of James Vaughan
- Kev would be in a similar position on our All-Time League Sub Apps chart, with 40 League sub games for us

- 1 goal for Romelu Lukaku against Crystal Palace would be his 75th for us in all competitions
- he'd move to joint 25th with 1890s/1900s forward John Bell on our All-Time Scoring chart

- it would also be his 56th for us in the League
- he'd then be joint 33rd on our All-Time League Scoring chart with 4 previous Everton scoring legends:
- Tim Cahill, 1930s forward Tommy Johnson, Fred Pickering from the 60s & 1930s winger Jimmy Stein

- in terms of the Premier League, Rom would move to joint 2nd with Tim Cahill on our Prem Scoring chart!
- Big Dunc tops that chart with 60 Premier League goals for the club

- if Rom does score it would mean goals in 3 successive Premier League games for him
- that's not quite as good as the club record 7 successive Prem games he scored in in Nov/Dec 2015
- but it's a start!

- if we do score at Palace (whoever gets it!) it will be the 6,900th Top Flight goal in our history!

- meanwhile, if we keep a clean sheet at Selhurst Park it will be our 3rd in a row in the Prem, home & away
- the last time we managed that was back in January/February 2015

- Anthony Taylor will referee the game

- we've lost 6 of the last 7 matches that he's been in the middle - W1 D0 L6!
- and we've won just 1 of his lat 9 - W1 D2 L6

- Taylor has awarded 5 penalties in previous Everton fixtures - 2 to us and 3 to our opponents
- and we missed both of ours!
- the most recent one was Romelu Lukaku's unsuccessful effort in the 2016 FA Cup Semi-Final v. Man Utd

- if either side miss a pen this time it would be the 150th missed spot-kick in all of our away League games
- if Palace miss one it would be the 100th missed by our opponents in all of our away League games!

- if Taylor awards Everton a penalty it will be our 200th away from home in all competitions
- so far we've scored 139 and been unsuccessful in 60 of the previous 199 we've taken!

- and don't forget that if Leighton Baines scores from the spot it would be his 24th successful penalty for us
- he'd move ahead of David Unsworth and Trevor Steven at the top of our Penalty Scorers' Chart

- finally, we've won 0 of our last 7 Saturday games, home and away in all competitions
- that's a W0 D2 L5 record!
- and we've lost all of our last 3 away from home!

- COYB!!

- don't forget there's a new History In Short section on the website
- 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

Seamus Coleman needs 1 more appearance to reach 200 for us in the Premier League - so far he's made 179 starts + 20 as a sub
James McCarthy
needs 1 more appearance to reach 100 for us in the Premier League - so far he's made 94 starts + 5 as a sub
Aaron Lennon
needs 1 more appearance to reach 50 for us in the Premier League - so far he's made 35 starts + 14 as as sub
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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