THIS IS NOT
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!
A Very Tepid Performance at Bournemouth ...
- ... and our first ever loss
to the Cherries - our record in all comps now being W5 D1 L1
- the defeat also brought to an end our 6 game unbeaten run in
- and it also ended our run of 4 successive Premier League wins
- that was our best since 7 straight League wins in March/April
- and of course we are now no longer undefeated in the League
under Ronald Koeman!
- we've now lost on all of our last 4 outings on September
24th (all away from home)
- and, in fact, we've won 0 of our last 6 games on that date -
W0 D1 L5 (again, they've all been away)
- remarkably, we've never actually won away from home at all on
- that's a W0 D7 L9 record
- and in our last 12 League games on that date, home and away,
we've also never won - W0 D7 L5!
- our last League win on Sep 24 was a 4-1
home victory against West Ham in 1960
- but let's interrupt things here to mention exciting book news!
- the second edition of my "Everton: The Official Complete
Record" will be published in October!!
- find out more details on deCoubertin's
website - they are the wonderful publishers
- buy one for yourself, one for each of your friends and one for
every memeber of your family!
- you know it makes sense!
- back to the Bournemouth game!
- once again we failed to record a 2-0 victory!
- we are now on a run of 78 League games without a 2-0 victory
- that's since we won by that scoreline at
West Brom in September 2014
- that equals our our longest ever run without a 2-0 League win
- we've achieved that feat once before - from September 1936 to
- the attendance at Bournemouth, by the way, was 11,291
- that's the 7th
lowest Premier League crowd we've ever played in front of
- and Junior Stanislas can get lost!
- that's 4 Premier League goals he's now scored against us!
- he's no Les
Ferdinand or Alan Shearer though!
- the Bournemouth game was Phil Jagielka's 269th League appearance
for the club
- he's moved to 33rd place alone on our All-Time
League Apps list, 1 ahead of Roger Kenyon
- it was also Jags' 257th League start for us
- he's now equal 34th - with Johnny Morrissey and Walter Abbott
- on our All-Time
League Starts chart
- Seamus Coleman meanwhile made his 163rd Premier League start
for us at Bournemouth
- he's now 16th alone on our All-Time
Prem Starts chart, 1 ahead of Duncan Ferguson!
- Ross Barkley's latest game was his 54th successive appearance
in the Premier League!
- that puts him 9th on our 'Most
Consecutive Games in the Prem' chart
- he's joined Nigel Martyn and Kevin Kilbane on that number
- and so on to Crystal Palace at home in the Premier League on
- a Friday night League game!
- we've played Palace once before on that date - a
2-1 away Division 1 defeat in 1989
- what turned out to be their winner that day was scored by their
current manager, Alan Pardew!
- we've won on our last 2 September 30 outings
- the last one was a
3-2 home victory over Newcastle in 2013
- the Geordies manager that time round? Alan Pardew!
- we drew our last 2 meetings with Palace
- the last one was a goalless
draw at their place in April this year
- and their most recent trip to Goodison ended
1-1 in December 2015
- our last victory over the Eagles was a
1-0 win at Selhurst Park in January 2015
- but that's our only win over them in our last 6 meetings - W1
- our last home win against Palace was back
in 2005 - a 4-0 victory at Goodison
- James Vaughan scored our 4th that day at the age of 16 years
and 270 days
- he's still our youngest
ever goalscorer - and indeed the Premier League's youngest
- that was our only home win against Palace in their last 6 visits
to Goodison in all comps - W1 D2 L3
- and in all of their 7 Premier League visits to our place our
record is a very poor W2 D1 L4
- in fact in all meetings at our ground our record against the
Eagles is W9 D7 L5
- using a points per game basis, they are our 4th
least favourite home opponents!
(that's including only clubs who have visited us more
- 2 goals this time around would be 50 for us against Palace in
all of our League meetings, home and away
- we don't play that often on a Friday!
- this will be our 96th Friday game, the 93rd in the League (the
58th at home, 57th in the League)
- the last one was our
1-0 home defeat by Stoke on Boxing Day 2014
- most of our Friday matches have been daytime games (over Christmas,
Easter and so on)
- but the Palace game will be our 19th night-time Friday match,
the 16th in the League, the 5th in the Prem
(at home: our 13th, 12th and 5th respectively)
- the last one was a
2-1 home FA Cup win v. Fulham in January 2012
- in fact our last 2 Friday night games against Goodison have
been against Fulham!
- the other one was
4-1 win in the Premier League in April 2007
- all 4 of our previous Friday night games in the Premier League
have been at Goodison
- and our record so far is W3 D1 L0
- our first Friday night fixture, by the way, came back in March
1960 in Division 1
- that was a
2-1 home loss to Newcastle, with the Grand National taking
place the following day!
- of course, the floodlights will be on at Goodison for the visit
- our first ever home match under floodlights was a 2-0 win against
Liverpool in October 1957
- that was a special Floodlit Cup game to launch our newly installed
- 58,771 people turned up to watch us win 2-0 with Eddie Thomas
scoring both goals!
- our first competitive game under lights at Goodison came a week
later on 16 October 1957
- that was a
2-2 draw with Arsenal with Gunners forward Jimmy Bloomfield
opening the scoring
- Eddie Thomas equalised - our first League goal under the lights
- if he plays against the Eagles, it will be Phil Jagielka's 329th
appearance for us in all competitions
- that would move him level with Tony Hibbert (!) in 27th place
on our All-Time
- it would also be Jags's 270th League game for the club
- he'd be joint 32nd on our All-Time
League Appearances list, equal with 1880s/90s forward Edgar
- if Ross Barkley plays it will be his 55th successive appearance
in the Premier League!
- that would put him 9th alone on our 'Most
Consecutive Games in the Prem' chart
- he'd be 1 game ahead of Nigel Martyn and Kevin Kilbane's runs
of 54 successive Prem games
- it would also be Ross's 121st Premier League appearance for
us in total
- he'd move to joint 29th place on our All-Time
Prem Appearances chart
- Ross would be level with 2 other local legends, John Ebbrell
and Michael Ball!
- Gerard Deulofeu, meanwhile (if he plays), would be up to 57
Prem games for us
- that would be the same as Peter Beagrie and they'd both be in
75th position on that Prem chart
- Gareth Barry will be 35 years and 220 days old on the day of
the Palace match
- that's exactly the same age that Howard Kendall was when he
played his final
League game for us in 1981!
- they would be the joint 24th oldest
players ever to play a League game for us
- if Romelu Lukaku scores against Palace it will be his 66th for
us in all competitions
- he'd move level with Tommy White in joint 34th position on our
- Rom would also move on to 48 League goals for the club if he
- that would put him level with Mick Lyons & Trevor Steven
in 41st place on our All-Time
League Scoring chart
- a goal for Kevin Mirallas would be his 27th for the club in
the Premier League
- Kev would then be joint 9th - with Mikel Arteta and Louis Saha
- on our Prem
- if we lose to Palace it will be our 3rd defeat on the run in
all competitions, home and away
- that hasn't happened since a run of 4 successive losses in December
- Mark Clattenburg (boo!) will referee the game against Crystal
- we've lost all of our last 4 matches with him in the middle,
2 at home and 2 away
- the last one was our
2-0 home defeat to Arsenal in March this year
- interestingly his first ever Everton game was also against Palace
- that was our
3-1 win at Selhurst Park in 2004
- Clattenburg has sent off 3 players previously in Everton games
- all our players!
- Gary Naysmith was the first - in that 2004 Palace game
- the other 2, infamously, were Tony Hibbert and Phil Neville
in the October
2007 Goodison derby
- if he sends off an Everton player this time round it will be
dismissal at home in our League history!
- if he dismisses a Palace player it will be the 50th opposition
player to be sent off at Goodison in the Prem!
- Clattenburg has awarded 8 penalties in the past in Everton games
- 4 for us, 4 for our opponents
- a few milestones could come up if he gives another one this
- a successful pen will be the 350th scored at Everton in total
(by all teams) in all of our home League games
- if we score one it will be our 250th penalty goal at home in
our League history!
- a missed penalty (by either side) will be the 150th penalty
miss at Everton in all League games
- if Palace miss one it will be the 50th missed by opposing sides
in all competitive games at Everton!
(none of the above include penalty shoot-outs, of
- a draw with Palace would be the 1,300th
draw, at all venues, in our competitive history
- and finally, the match is an 8.00pm kick-off
- and our record in the last 8 games at Goodison in all competitions
starting at that time is W5 D3 L0
- new recruit Ashley Williiams
is our latest Number 5
- why not have a look at all of the previous Evertonians who have
for us as a Number 5
Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones
Ross Barkley needs 2 more appearances to reach 150 for us
in all competitions - so far he's made 115 starts + 33 as a sub
Aaron Lennon needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us in
all competitions - so far he's made 37 starts + 11 as a sub
Muhamed Besic also needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for
us in all competitions - he's made 31 starts + 17 as a sub so
Dates of Birth
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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?
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When We're Good, We're Good.
When We're Bad, We're Terrible!
What's The Most Goals We've Ever Scored,
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Did Over 70,000 People Really Used
And Watch Us At Home?
And What Were Our Smallest Crowds,
Home And Away?
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Remember 1950-51? We Were
Remember 1984-85? We Were Good!!
Remember 1921-22? Er, No, Thought Not!
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Did We Really Once Lose To Glossop?
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