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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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The 2015-16 Season

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 West Brom
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On This Day In The Past?
v West Brom             v Bournemouth
on Feb 13                          on Feb 20

Another 3-0 Win ... !

- ... that's 3 games in a row for us now in all competitions with a 3-0 winning scoreline!
- we've only done that once before in our history - and that was on almost identical dates back in 1936/37

- this time round the games have been on Jan 31, Feb 3 and Feb 6
- back in 1937 they were on Jan 30, Feb 3 and Feb 6!
- well done to Gavin Buckland for coming up with that fabulous fact!

- the 1937 run ended with a 7-2 defeat at Wolves, by the way!
- hopefully we won't repeat that against West Brom in 2016!

- the last time we won 3 successive games with 3 or more goal winning margins was Sep 2009
- the victims that time were AEK Athens (4-0), Blackburn (3-0) and Hull (4-0 in the League Cup)

- the clean sheet at Stoke was 3rd on the run in all competitions
- we hadn't done that for almost exactly a year - back in Jan-Feb 2015 to be exact

- and the win at the Britannia extended our unbeaten away run in the Prem to 7 games
- that equals our 2nd best away run without defeat in the Prem, achieved in Oct 2013-Jan 2014
- our longest run is 8 games, which we managed in Sep-Dec 2010

- the game was our 120th in the League against Stoke, the 60th at their place
- and it was only our 2nd away victory there in the Premier League - W2 D4 L2 - F9 A9

- it also ended a run of 6 away games at Stoke without a win - W0 D4 L2
- and it brought to a close a sequence of 3 consecutive losses to the Potters, home and away

- and the win came in our 50th away League game under Roberto Martinez's management
- his record in those 50 is W17 D17 L16 - F63 A61

- the 3 first-half goals at Stoke took us to 7,202 in our entire League history, home and away

- and we've now not conceded a first half goal in our last 6 away Premier League games!

- the 27,733 attendance was, by the way, the largest crowd ever at the Britannia to watch Everton in the Prem

- Joel Robles has now kept 5½ clean sheets for us in the Premier League
- see the Premier League Clean Sheets section for an explanation!

- in fact, Joel has now kept a clean sheet in each of the last 5 Premier League games he's played for us
- we haven't had a 'keeper do that since Tim Howard managed it in December 2008/January 2009
- that was part of a sequence of 6 straight clean sheets in all competitions for the American stopper

- Leon Osman made his 429th appearance for us in all competitions in the Stoke game
- he's now in 11th place alone on our All-Time Apps chart, 1 game ahead of Tommy Eglington

- it was also Ossie's 348th League appearance for us
- that moves him into 14th place on his own on our All-Time League Appearances chart
- he's 1 ahead of 1960s/70s defender John Hurst

- Phil Jagielka was making his 256th League appearance for us
- he's now level with Jimmy Gabriel in 38th position on that list

- Jag's start at Stoke was also his 295th for us in all competitions
- he's now joint 36th on our All-Time Starts chart - level with Phil Neville and Trevor Steven

- Romelu Lukaku's goal was his 56th for us in all comps
- that puts him 42nd alone on our All-Time Scoring chart
- Rom is now 1 goal ahead of 1920s striker Wilf Chadwick & 1960s/70s inside-forward Jimmy Husband

- and it was Rom's 41st goal for us in League games
- he's now in 49th place on our League Scoring chart, 1 goal ahead of 1930s winger Torry Gillick

- and Rom now has 16 League goals for us this season
- that's the joint most for us since Gary Lineker hit 30 and Graeme Sharp got 19 in 1985/86
- the other players to manage 16 since then were Andrei Kanchelskis in 1995/96 and Tony Cottee in 1993/94
- see details all of our previous League top scorers here

- and Rom has also now hit 20 goals for us in all competitions for the 2nd season in a row
- the last player to do that for us was Graeme Sharp in 1984/85 (30) and 1985/86 (23)

- and Seamus Coleman scored!
- he's now up to 14 for us in the Premier League
- that puts him joint 28th on our Prem Scoring chart, level with Joleon Lescott & Steve Watson
- Seamus is just 1 goal behind Wayne Rooney on that list!

- and so on to West Brom at home on February 13th!

- it will be our 150th Top Flight meeting with the Baggies, the 75th at our place
- but we've never played them on that date before

- we lost our last February 13th game - 2-0 at Bolton in 2011
- but that was the only loss in our last 8 outings on Feb 13 - W5 D2 L1
- our most recent Feb 13 win was a 2-0 victory at SK Brann in the UEFA Cup in 2008

- our last home match on Feb 13 was a 2-1 FA Cup 5th Round win over Coventry in 1999
- and our last League game at Goodison on that date gave us a 2-0 victory over QPR in 1988

- against West Brom we're undefeated in our last 6 meetings, home and away - W3 D3 L0
- the last one was our 2-0 down, 3-2 up victory at The Hawthorns in September this season

- at Goodison we've lost 0 of their last 5 visits - W3 D2 L0
- however the last 2 (both in the Prem) have each ended 0-0, most recently in January 2015
- that was the game where Kevin Mirallas insisted on taking a penalty - and then hit the post!

- West Brom's last win at Goodison, by the way, was a 4-1 walloping for us in November 2010

- if he plays against West Brom it will be Leighton Baines' 271st League appearance for us
- he'd be in 31st place alone on our All-Time League Apps list, 1 ahead of 19th Century legend Edgar Chadwick
- Phil Jagielka, if he plays, would move level in 37th place on that chart with 1900s half-back Walter Abbott
- they'd both be on 257 League games for us

- if Romelu Lukaku plays against his old club it will be his 93rd Premier League appearance for us
- he'd move level with Danny Cadamarteri in 46th place on our All-Time Prem Appearances chart!
- their current respective records for us in the Prem are as follows:
- Rom: 86 starts + 6 as a sub and 41 goals
- Dan: 38 starts + 55 as a sub and 13 goals
- a bit of a difference!

- if Leon Osman starts against West Brom, it'll be his 357th start for us in all competitions
- that's the same number that Kevin Sheedy reached!
- they'd be level in 20th place on our All-Time Starts chart

- if Phil Jagielka starts, it will be his 296th start for us
- he'd be joint 35th on that list - level with 1930s half-back Jock Thomson

- in just League games, it would be Jags's 245th Everton start
- he'd move level with Jock Maconnachie in 41st place on our All-Time League Starts list
- if Leighton Baines starts he'd be up to 256 League starts for us
- that would put him in 35th position alone on that list, 1 ahead of Jimmy Gabriel and Alex Stevenson

- if Seamus Coleman starts, he'd be up to 153 Premier League starts for the club
- he'd be level with Lee Carsley in joint 18th place on our All-Time Prem Starts chart

- if Leon Osman comes on as a substitute against the Baggies it will be his 55th sub game for us in the League
- he'd move level with Danny Cadamarteri in 4th place on our All-Time League Subs chart

- if he does play against West Brom, Ossie's Everton playing career will stretch to 13 years and 32 days
- that would be the joint 13th longest Everton playing career
- it would be the same length that 1930s/40s half-back Stan Bentham achieved

- if Ossie manages a goal against West Brom it will be his 59th goal for us in all competitions
- that would move him to joint 39th with Mick Lyons on our All-Time Scoring chart

- 1 goal for Romelu Lukaku meanwhile would be his 57th for us in all comps
- that would move him into joint 41st place on that same list
- Rom would be level with 1920s forward Bobby Irvine

- a goal for Leon would be his 45th for us in the League
- he'd move level with Kevin Campbell in 43rd place on our League Scoring chart
- and the two of them would be in joint 3rd place on our Prem Scoring chart

- Rom would move into equal 47th place on that League chart if he scores
- he'd have 42 League goals for us, the same as Bobby Collins and Jimmy Dunn

- if Romelu Lukaku does score it will be his 17th League goal for us this season
- that would be the most for us since Gary Lineker hit 30 and Graeme Sharp scored 19 in 1985/86
- see details all of our previous League top scorers here

- it would also be Rom's 21st for us this season in all competitions
- the last player to manage that for us was the Yak in 2007/08

- 2 goals against West Brom would take Rom to 22 for us in all games this season, of course
- Tony Cottee was our last player to achieve that figure - he got 24 back in 1990/91

- will Joel Robles play against West Brom?
- if he does and he keeps a clean sheet it will 6 in a row for him in Premier League games for us
- we haven't had a 'keeper do that since Neville Southall managed it in October/November 1994!

- 2 goals scored against West Brom will bring up 700 for us at home in our Premier League history
- whilst 1 conceded would be 500 against us at Goodison in the Prem era

- a draw would be our 12th in the League this season
- that would be the most since 15 in 2012/13

- a defeat, on the other hand, would be the 1,500th loss, home and away, in all of our Top Flight matches

- it would also be our 6th at home in the League this season
- that would be our joint worst (equal with 2011/12) since the 7 we suffered at Goodison in 2005/06

- Michael Oliver will referee the West Brom game
- we're unbeaten in our last 5 matches, home and away, with him in the middle - W2 D3 L0
- and in his 12 previous visits to Goodison we've lost just once - W6 D5 L1

- and the match will kick-off at 3.00pm
- we've lost the last 2 in the League at Goodison with that kick-off time
- they were against Stoke and Leicester, both in December
- and in the last 6 Premier League 3.00pm kick-offs at Goodison our record is a very poor W1 D1 L4

- a 3-0 win against West Brom would be our 4th game in a row with that scoreline, the 3rd in the League
- we've never done either before!

- if we do win by a 3-goal (or more) margin it will be only the 3rd time we've ever managed that in 4 successive games

- the previous 2 occasions were in December 1986/January 1987, when all 4 games were in the League
- that's the only time we've achieved the feat in 4 consecutive League games
- the matches were 3-0 at home to Wimbledon, 4-0 at Newcastle, 5-1 at home to Leicester and 3-0 at home to Villa

- the other time was in May to August 1963, at the end of one season and the start of another
- the matches were 4-0 at West Brom and 4-1 at home to Fulham in the League in our title-winning season of 1962/63
- and then 4-0 at home to Man Utd in the Charity Shield and 3-0 at home to Fulham in the League in 1963/64

- we've been awarded 26 penalties in all of our previous meetings with West Brom
- only against Aston Villa (32) and Chelsea (29) have we had more

- if there is a penalty in the West Brom game, it will be the 200th (for either side) in all of our Premier League games
- of the 199 so far, 157 have been scored and 42 missed or saved (although 6 of them went in via rebounds!)

- and if we do get one against West Brom, it will be our 3rd consecutive game when we've had a penalty given to us
- that's only happened 4 times before, 3 of them involving just League games

- those League-only occasions were:
- in May to Aug 2001, at the end of one season & the start of another, and we scored 3 out of 3
- in May 1983 we scored 2 in 2 games and then missed one in the next match against Ipswich
- in December 1938 we missed one against Blackpool and scored one in each of the next 2 games

- the 4th occasion was in January 1964, 2 in 2 League games followed by 1 in the FA Cup at Leeds

- COYB!!

- oh, and if you're intrigued as to how Everton fared in the calendar year of 2015 then ponder no more!
- the 2015 Calendar Year Premier League table will answer all of your questions!

- we're all still in mourning for Howard Kendall, of course
- such a desperately sad and unexpected loss - but what a magnificient send off he received
- lots of people have said much more articulate things than I can about Howard
- I'll just leave it at brief details of his Everton career here:
 A Legend

- there's a couple of new sections now on the website, by the way

- John Stones is our latest Number 5, after changing his squad number this season
- so, why not have a look at all of the previous Evertonians who have played for us as a Number 5

- and why not immerse yourself in finding out how we fared during World War I?!
- all of the usual comprehensive stats are there for each of the 4 seasons that we played during the Great War

Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones

Leon Osman needs 2 more appearances to reach 350 for us in the Premier League - he's so far made 294 starts + 54 as a sub
Darron Gibson
needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us in the Premier League - he's made 36 starts + 12 as a sub so far
Gibbo also needs 2 more starts to reach 50 for us in all competitions
James McCarthy needs 2 more appearances to reach 100 for us in all competitions - so far he's made 90 starts + 8 as a sub



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