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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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On This Day In The Past?
v A Villa                v Sunderland
on May 2                     on May 9

5 Wins In A Row Now At Home In All Competitions ...

- ... the last time we managed that was a year ago, back in April 2014

- and it's 10 home matches without defeat too - W5 D5 L0
- the last time that happened was December 2013
- that was part of a 14 match run that had started in March the previous season

- in the Premier League it's 5 games without defeat for us, home and away - W4 D1 L0
- and strangely we've led 1-0 at half-time in all of those 5 matches!
- and we've also now lost 0 of the last 31 Prem games in which we've led at half-time - W26 D5 L0

- at home in the Prem we're unbeaten in 7 now - W3 D4 L0
- and we haven't conceded a first half goal in any of those 7 games!
- in fact, we've only conceded 1 first half goal in our last 13 Premier League games at Goodison
- that was against Stoke on Boxing Day

- and another clean sheet - our 3rd in a row at home in the Premier League
- that's the first time we've achieved that since September 2013
- that was part of a 7 game run that had started in March the previous season

- and we love matches that kick off at Goodison at 3.00pm on a Saturday!
- our last Saturday 3.00pm defeat at Goodison was against QPR way back in August 2011
- since then we've now had 33 home games kicking off on a Saturday at 3.00pm and we've lost 0 of them!
- that's a run of W24 D9 L0
- indeed the run is W25 D9 L0 if we include the delayed FAC 3.10pm kick-off win v QPR in Jan 2014!

- Ashley Barnes's red card for Burnley was only the 2nd sending off in games between the two clubs
  (Burnley's Stephen Jordan at Goodison in December 2009 was the other)
- but it was the 300th sending-off in all Everton games ever!

- Kevin Mirallas's winner was his 10th Everton goal this season - his best seasonal haul for us
- and it was his 20th for us in his Premier League career
- he's now level with Andrei Kanchelskis & Steven Pienaar in 16th place on our All-Time Prem Goals chart

- John Stones didn't score, of course!
- that's now 33 starts for us in the Premier League without a goal
- he's in 6th place alone now, 1 ahead of Li Tie, on our Premier League Starts With No Goals chart

- Tim Howard, meanwhile, kept his 125th clean sheet for us in all competitions
- in League games it was his 108th for the club
- he's now just 4 behind the legendary Ted Sagar in 4th place on our All-Time League Clean Sheets list

- Leighton Baines made his 315th appearance for us in all competitions versus Burnley
- that puts him level with Johnny Morrissey in 27th place on our All-Time Appearances chart

- and, incidentally, both Baines and Morrissey now have 259 League appearances for us
- they are joint 35th on our All-Time League Appearances chart
- Phil Jagielka is in joint 45th place on that list with 237 League games for us, 1 more than Bob Latchford

- in terms of Premier League Appearances for us .....
- Steven Naismith has now made 90, the same as Paul Gerrard and Joe Parkinson
- Kevin Mirallas has made 83, 1 more than the Yak
- Romelu Lukaku is up to 62, the same as Stuart Barlow
- Gareth Barry is now on 60, the same as Richard Wright and Richard Dunne
- and James McCarthy has made 57, the same as Peter Beagrie

- Tim Howard's start against Burnley was his 384th for us in all competitions
- that's 1 more than Colin Harvey managed and Tim is now 16th alone on our All-Time Starts list
- Leighton Baines, meantime, has 297 starts and is joint 33rd with Tony Hibbert on that list!

- and so on to Manchester United at home on April 26th
- we've played 12 times before on that date - but never against the Red Devils

- in those 12 games, we've only ever lost once - W6 D5 L1
- and that one loss was last season, 0-2 at Southampton, courtesy of own goals from Alcaraz & Coleman

- at Goodison we're unbeaten in April 26th games - W5 D2 L0
- the last one was a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa in 2003, with a 92nd minute Rooney winner

- we've had the best of recent fixtures against Man Utd - W3 D0 L2 in the last 5 meetings
- the last one was the David De Gea-inspired 1-2 defeat at Old Trafford in October
- the last one at Goodison, of course, was our 2-0 win last April in David Moyes's first return

- in fact we've won on both of their last trips to our place
- and in the last 6 Goodison encounters we have a very good W3 D2 L1 record against the Mancs

- however, our overall Premier League record against Man Utd is not so good
- at Goodison it looks like this: W5 D3 L14
- which means that on a points per game basis they are our 2nd least favourite visitors in Prem games
- bizarrely, our least favourite visitors in the Prem are Sheffield Wednesday!

- home and away, our Premier League record against Man Utd is W7 D7 L31
- that makes them our least favourite Prem opponents!

- if we beat Man Utd this time round it will be our 6th win in a row at home in all competitions
- we haven't done that since a run of 9 wins from Dec 2013 - Apr 2014

- if we avoid defeat it will take our unbeaten home run to 11 in all games
- that would be our best since December 2013
- that time round the run was 14 games without defeat
- that sequence had begun in March the previous season

- a defeat, on the other hand, would be our 13th League loss this season
- that would be our worst total since the 16 defeats we suffered in the 2005/06 League campaign

- a clean sheet against Man Utd would be our 4th in a row at home in the Prem
- that would be the first time we've achieved that since September 2013
- that was part of a 7 game run that had started in March the previous season

- if he plays against Man Utd it will be Leighton Baines 316th appearance for us in all competitions
- that would put him 1 ahead of Johnny Morrissey in 27th place alone on our All-Time Appearances chart
- Phil Jagielka, if he plays, will move level with Billy Scott & Bob Latchford in 42nd place on that list with 289

- if Leighton Baines starts against the Mancs it will take him to 298 starts for us in all competitions
- he'll move 1 ahead of Tony Hibbert and into 33rd place on his own on our All-Time Starts list

- if Leon Osman comes on as a sub in the game, it will be his 66th sub appearance for us in all competitions
- that will move him into 3rd place alone on our All-Time Subs chart, 1 ahead of James McFadden

- if John Stones plays against Man Utd and fails to score that will be 40 Prem games for us without a goal!
- he'll move to joint 6th with Tobias Linderoth on our Premier League Games With No Goals chart

- Tim Howard will be 36 years and 51 days old on the day of the Man Utd game
- if he plays, he'll be the 22nd oldest player ever to play for us in all competitions
- he'll move ahead of Phil Neville on that list

- Andre Marriner will be refereeing against Man Utd
- we have an uninspiring W1 D3 L3 record in his last 7 matches in charge, home and away

- the Man Utd game will kick off at 1.30pm
- home and away, we're unbeaten in our last 5 matches kicking-off at that time - W4 D1 L0
- at Goodison we've won 3 in a row at 1.30pm and are unbeaten in 4 - W3 D1 L0

- by the way, the last time we had a 3.00pm Saturday kick-off versus Man Utd was way back in Feb 2004!

- finally, a couple of curios ...

- we've had penalties in each of our last 2 meetings with Man Utd
- Leighton Baines scored one and missed one

- and Man Utd haven't had an English goalscorer at Goodison since April 2007
- and that was ..... Chris Eagles!


- there's new section on the website!
- click to discover information about, and a list of, all the Everton Number 9's in our history
- enjoy!

Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones

Leon Osman needs 2 more starts to reach 350 for us in all competitions - he's currently on 348
Leighton Baines
needs 2 more starts to reach 300 for us in all competitions - so far he's made 298
Seamus Coleman
needs 2 more appearances to reach 150 for us in the Premier League - so far he's made 129 starts + 19 as a sub
Ross Barkley
needs 2 more starts to reach 50 for us in the Premier League - he's currently on 48




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Appearances, Goals & Clean Sheets  

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