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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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v C Palace                   in Europe
on Nov 18                  on Nov 23

WHAT DRAMA AGAINST WATFORD! ...

- ... the win was the most important thing, of course

- it ended our run of 5 successive defeats in all competitions
- and also our sequence of 8 games without a win in all comps

- it was our first 3-goal haul of the season in the League
- and those goals took us to over 4,300 in our Top Flight history!
- we're now on 4,302 to be precise!

- and we're also now up to 50 goals in the League, home and away, against Watford
- that's from just 21 League games against them!

- our overall record against the Hornets continues to be fab!
- at Goodison in all competitions it is W11 D1 L0
- in the League at home it's W10 D1 L0 and in the Prem at our place it is W4 D1 L0

- and overall in the Prem Watford remain (on a points/game basis) our 2nd favourite ever opponents!

- we've now played 6 games in the League at home this season
- and we've drawn 0 of them - W3 D0 L3!

- the last time we got that far into a season without a home League draw was in 1993/94
- we were W3 D0 L3 in that season too - and then moved on to W3 D0 L4
- before we finally drew in our 8th home League game!

- Watford's goals against us meant another game without a clean sheet
- we've now gone 10 matches without one home and away in all competitions!
- the last time that happened was in a run of 12 games conceding goals from Nov 2014-Jan 2015

- we've also kept 0 clean sheets in our last 10 League games, home and away!
- that also last happened in Nov 2014-Jan 2015 - a run of 11 League games that time

- the win against Watford was our first on Bonny Night since a 1-0 victory over Blackburn in 1995
- since then we'd played 4 November 5th games and lost them all!

- the Watford game was a statty paradise, to be honest!

- it was the 1st time we've EVER won after drawing 0-0 at half-time and then being 2 goals down in the 2nd
- the first time ever!

- it was also our 1st home game in the Premier League with a 4.30pm kick-off!
- the last time we kicked off at that time at Goodison came way back in March 1956
- that was a 2-0 win against Cardiff

- the game kicked off later than usual to avoid clashing with that day's Grand National at Aintree
- incidentally, racing fans, it was the famous 'Devon Loch' National!

- the Watford game was goalless in the first half and then had 5 goals in the 2nd half, of course
- the last time that happened at Goodison in a League game was back in October 1986
- the opponents then were ..... Watford and we won 3-2!

- and it was another daft game!
- both sides netted a penalty apiece
- Derek Mountfield scored a hat-trick - 2 for us and an own goal for them!
- and he also gave away the Watford penalty!

- the win against Watford was the first time we'd overturned a 2-0 deficit to win at Goodison since May 1994
- that time around it happened in the famous Great Escape game against Wimbledon, you'll remember!

- and let's talk about penalties now, shall we!

- the match was the first time that there has ever been 2 penalties in injury time in an Everton game!

- and Tom Cleverley was the first player to miss one in an Everton/Watford fixture, wherever played!
- before his dramatic miss there had been 7 previous spot-kicks (5 to us & 2 to them) - all scored
- and that includes Leighton Baines's effort a few minutes before Cleverley's!

- that pressure penalty by Bainesy was a milestone spot-kick
- it was his 24th penalty success for us from 27 taken in all competitions
- and he's now moved out on his own at the top of our 'Most Penalties Scored' chart!
- Leighton is now 1 ahead of both David Unsworth on 23 (from 26 taken) and Trevor Steven 23 (from 29)

- the penalty was also the 300th we've scored at home in our competitive history!

- Tom Cleverley's poor effort, on the other hand, was also a significant one
- it was the 150th missed or saved (by us or our opponents) in all of our home League games ever
- and it was the 50th opposition pen to be missed or saved in all competitive games at our place!

- Leighton Baines made his 323rd League appearance for us against Watford
- that puts him in 17th place alone on our All-Time League Appearances list, 1 ahead of Graeme Sharp

- and Leighton's latest start was his 307th for us in the League
- he's moved to joint 18th position with Tommy Wright on our All-Time League Starts chart
- Phil Jagielka is now joint 26th with 1900s half-back Harry Makepeace on that list on 284 games

- oh, and congraulations to Idrissa Gueye on his 50th start for us in all competitions!

- also clocking up 50 was Wayne Rooney - 50 Premier League starts for the club
- Wayne is now in 69th place on our Premier League Starts chart

- Beni Baningime, on the other hand, made his first Premier Leaue start for us in the Watford game!
- he's the 858th different person to start a game for us in the League, the 203rd in the Prem

- and Leighton Baines's goal was his 28th for us in the Premier League
- he's now joint 9th with Tony Cottee on our Premier League Scoring list

- and so on to Crystal Palace away on November 18th after the international break!

- we've never played Palace on that date before
- but we did win on our last Nov 18 outing - 1-0 at home to Bolton in 2006
- a certain Sam Allardyce was the Trotters' manager at the time ...

- we haven't actually lost in any of our last 7 November 18th matches - W3 D4 L0
- and we've won 3 and drawn 1 of the last 4!

- and our last away trip on that date was a very memorable one
- we won 2-1 at Liverpool in 1995, with Andrei Kanchelskis netting his first 2 goals for the club!

- we beat Palace the last time we met them - 1-0 at Selhurst Park last January
- a certain Sam Allardyce was the Eagles' manager at the time ...

- we're unbeaten in our last 5 meetings with Palace - W2 D3 L0
- our last defeat against them was a 3-2 Goodison reverse in September 2014

- away from home we haven't lost to Palace since a 1-0 defeat in October 1994
- since then our record at their place, all in the Prem, is W4 D2 L0

- and overall in the Premier League our full record at Palace is W5 D2 L1 - F10 A3
- on a points per game basis, that makes them our favourite away Premier League opponents!

- compare that to our home record in the Prem against Palace - W2 D2 L4
- very confusing!

- oh, and don't expect goals!
- our last 4 (unbeaten) visits to Selhurst Park have ended 1-0, 0-0, 1-0 and 0-0

- if he starts against Crystal Palace it will be Phil Jagielka's 342nd start for us in all competitions
- Phil would move to joint 23rd with legendary 1900s winger Jack Sharp on our All-Time Starts chart

- if Leighton Baines starts it will be his 308th start for us in the League
- he would move to 18th place alone on our All-Time League Starts chart, 1 ahead of Tommy Wright
- no other full-back will have started as many League matches for us!

- if he does play it will also be Leighton's 40th consecutive appearance for us in the Premier League
- that's only happened on 19 previous occasions by Everton players
- Tim Howard has the record with 210 successive Prem games for us from Sep 2007 to Feb 2013
- Leighton himself is 3rd on the list with a 99-match run in the Prem from Oct 2009 to Apr 2012

- and will Bainesy score again?!
- if he does, he will join Kevin Mirallas and Paul Rideout on 29 Premier League goals for the club
- they'll be in joint 7th position on our Premier League Scoring chart

- if we don't win at Palace
that will be 0 victories in our first 6 away Premier League matches this season!
- the last time we had an away League start that bad was in 2003/04
- we won 0 of our first 7 away League games in that season!

- and if we fail to score against the Eagles we will have notched up just 2 away League goals in 6 games
- that would be our worse return in the season's first 6 away Prem matches since 2005/06 (also 2 in 6)

- if we don't win at Palace it will take our run without an away victory to 10 games in all competitions
- that would be our worst since February to August 2013 (also 10 games)

- even worse, it would extend our run without an away League win to 14 games
- we haven't managed that since a 19-match run from December 1996 to December 1997!

- our last away victory in the Premier League was back in January - 1-0 at ..... Crystal Palace!

- if, once again, we don't keep a clean sheet it will be 11 games without one
in all comps, home and away
- the last time that happened was in a run of 12 games without one from Nov 2014-Jan 2015

- it would also mean 0 clean sheets in our last 11 League games, home and away!
- that also last happened in Nov 2014-Jan 2015 - a run of 11 League games too on that occasion

- just away from home, no clean sheet this time would be 10 games on the run without one in all comps
- that hasn't happened since a similar poor run in Sep 2012-Jan 2013

- a draw at Palace, by the way, would be the 600th away from home in our League history!

- Roy Hodgson is the latest Crystal Palace manager (we can talk!)

- assuming he hasn't been sacked (!) he'll be managing a team against us for the 13th time in the Prem
- that will move him to joint 18th place on the 'Most Games Managed Against Us in the Prem chart!

- he'll be level with Peter Reid and David O'Leary on a list that is headed by Arsene Wenger on 43

- Palace will also be the 5th different club he's managed against us in all competitions!
- he's previously been the boss of Blackburn, Fulham, Liverpool and West Brom in matches with Everton
- he'll move to equal 5th on the 'Most Clubs Managed Against Us list!

- Ron Atkinson is top of that chart having managed 7 different clubs in all comps against Everton!
- they were: Cambridge, West Brom, Man Utd, Sheff Wed, Aston Villa, Coventry and Nott'm Forest

- in just League games, Woy will be up to joint 3rd on the 'Most Clubs Managed Against Us in the League list!

- and on the 'Most Clubs Managed Against Us in the Prem chart, Hodgson will move to joint 2nd
- he'll be level with Mark Hughes and Harry Redknapp, all having managed 5 times against us in the Prem
- Sam Allardyce (him again!) is top of that chart having managed 6 clubs against us in the Prem
- they were Bolton, Newcastle, Blackburn, West Ham, Sunderland and Crystal Palace

- will there be any more penalty drama in the Palace match?!

- a penalty for either team would be the 100th in all of our away Premier League games
- so far 77 have been scored (30 by us) and 22 missed or saved (9 by us)!

- a missed or saved penalty by either side would be the 300th in our League history, home and away
- and it would be the 150th unsuccessful spot-kick by either team in all of our away League matches
- and if Palace fail with a pen it will be the 100th unconverted by all of our opponents in away League games

- the match at Selhurst Park is a Saturday away game with a 3.00pm kick-off
- we haven't had one of them since the 0-0 draw at West Ham last April!

- our recent record in Saturday away games (whatever the kick-off time) is W1 D3 L6 in our last 10 matches
- the only win in those 10 was at ..... Crystal Palace, 1-0, last January!

- in 3.00pm Saturday matches, home and away, our recent record is good - W8 D2 L1 in the last 11
- just away from home however, it's not that great - W1 D3 L2 in the last 6

- the referee at Palace will be Anthony Taylor
- in his last 5 Everton appointments away from Goodison our record is W1 D0 L4
- and that includes the 2-1 FA Cup Semi-Final defeat against Man Utd at Wembley in April 2016!

- but the links with that 1-0 January victory at Selhurst Park continue
- the 1 win in those 5 most recent Everton Taylor appointments outside of Goodison was that success at Palace!

- COYB!!

- a reminder of some new sections on the site
!

- Test cricketers have a small number on their shirt or cap
- it shows where they fit in in terms of the historical chronology of their country
- now you can see what number every Everton player would wear!
- have a look at the 'Everton Players Numbered Chronologically' section!

- who's managed the most times against Everton?
- who's managed the most clubs against us?!
- well, there's a new 'Opposition Managers' section that will tell you everything you need to know!

- the 'Goals in Most Consecutive Matches' section has been updated!
- it now includes details of which Everton players have scored in the most successive home & away games too!

- who was the last Everton man to play 50 or more games in a season?
- who has played the most games in one season?!
- the new '50 or More Appearances in a Season' section will tell you!

- on the flip side, which players only ever managed 1 game for the club?!
- find out in the new Just One Appearance section!

- we used 27 different players last season in all competitions and 19 of them scored a goal
- is that a lot?! how does it compare to other seasons?
- find out in the new 'Number of Players Used and Goal Scorers - Season-by-Season' section!

- who was the last Everton player to feature in every game in a season?!
- have a look at the new Ever Presents section to find out!

- and how often have we completed League 'doubles' over our opponents in the past?
- alternatively, how often have we been on the receiving end of a double?!
- you can now find out in the new League Doubles For and Against section

- 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 last season
- who else has managed that feat for the club?!
- have a look at the new Scored on Their Debut section to find out!

- with Wayne Rooney having returned to Everton action, who else has had 2 separate spells at the club?!
- the new Two or More Spells at Everton section will tell you!

- new boy Jordan Pickford looks like he'll be our keeper for some years to come
- but who else has appeared for us between the sticks in the past?!
- the new Goalkeepers section has all the details!

- 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!

Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones

Phil Jagielka needs 2 more appearances to reach 300 for us in the Premier League - so far he's made 284 starts + 14 as a sub



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