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!
What A Fabulous Comeback At The Hawthorns! ...
- let's start with a look at the
quirky stats that the 2-0 down, 3-2 up win at West Brom gave us
- we were 1-0 down at half-time
- our record in our previous 15 Premier League games when we were
behind at the break was W0 D1 L14
- away from home in the Prem we'd lost all of the previous 11
games when we were losing at half-time!
- and of course after 54 minutes we were 2-0 behind
- we hadn't won a League game after being 2-0 down since *that*
game against Wimbledon in May 1994!
- in all competitions we've only down it once since then - a month
Barnsley in the League Cup
- since the Wimbledon game & before the Barnsley game, we'd
had 154 games in which we'd gone 2-0 down
- and we won none of them ... now we've won 2 out of 2!
- the last time we were 2-0 down & won a League game away
from home, by the way, was in November 1985
- that was in
a 4-3 win at Ipswich
- and the win at West Brom came on a Monday
- overall now in our last 16 Monday games, we have lost 0 - W8
- and we're also now unbeaten in our last 11 outings on September
- that's a W7 D4 L0 record - and we've won all of the last 5!
- and it's now 6 matches unbeaten for us, home and away (W4 D2
- and away from home it's now 7 matches without defeat - W5 D2
- the last time we did that was part of an 8 game run from October
- the 7th match in that run - a
1-1 draw - was also at West Brom!
- the 2 goals conceded meant that our run of away clean sheets
in the Premier League ended at 3 matches
- that equals our 2nd best run ever, achieved on 8 other occasions,
the last time in Oct-Dec
- our record run, by the way, is 5 from April to August 1995
- it also meant that we ended with 3 clean sheets in a row in
away League games from the start of the season
- that's a first for us - we'd never done better than 2 before!
- the win over West Brom gives a nice symmetry to Roberto
Martinez's away record in the Prem as our boss
- it now looks like this: W15 D12 L15 - F50 A51
- Romelu Lukaku's 2 goals at West Brom moves him on to 42 for
us in all competitions
- that puts him in joint 50th place with 1920s/30s winger Ted
Critchley on our All-Time
- Rom's moved ahead of Martin Dobson, Gary Lineker, Paul Rideout
and David Unsworth who all managed 40
- and 1950s inside-forward Eddie Thomas who managed 41
- Rom is also now up to 29 Premier League goals for us
- he's joint 6th with Paul Rideout on our All-Time
Premier League scoring chart
- Rom has moved ahead of Mikel Arteta and Louis Saha (27) and
Tony Cottee (28)
- Ramiro Funes Mori made his first Everton start in the Premier
League at the Hawthorns
- we've now had 181 different starters in the Prem and 836 in
our League history
- Phil Jagielka, on the other hand, made his 302nd appearance
for us in all competitions
- that moves him to 35th place alone on our All-Time
- he's now 1 ahead of 1920s skipper and half-back Hunter Hart
- for Tim Howard it was his 326th League appearance for Everton
- that's 1 more than his legendary predecessor Gordon West achieved
- and Tim moves into 15th place alone on our All-Time
League Appearances list
- Phil Jagielka is joint 41st now on that same list on 249 League
appearances for us
- that's the same as 1920s winger Alec Troup
- Steven Naismith made his 100th Premier League appearance for
the club at West Brom
- he's the 40th
player to reach 100 Prem games for us
- and his start was Nais's 50th for us in the Premier League,
so well done him!
- Phil Jagielka, meanwhile, has now made 237 starts for us in
the Premier League
- on our All-Time
Prem Starts chart, Jags is now joint 6th with Phil Neville
- and the two of them are in equal 43rd place with their 237 starts
on our All-Time
League Starts list
- they are joined by 1950s Cyril Lello and 1900s Jimmy Settle
- Tim Howard is now joint 13th on that chart (with John Hurst)
on 336 League starts for us
- they are 1 ahead now of Gordon West
- and Tim was 36 years & 206 days old on the day of the West
- he now stands alone as the 17th
oldest player to play for us
- he's moved ahead of 1950s half-back Cyril Lello
- and so on to the derby! Liverpool at home on October 4th!
derby section of the site has everything you need to know
about our past meetings with Liverpool
- it will be the 225th Merseyside derby in all competitions, the
111th at Goodison
- our current record is W66 D70 L88 - F256 A312. At Goodison it's:
W40 D31 L39 - F135 A139
- in the League it will be our 193rd meeting, the 97th at Goodison
- in the Premier League it will be meeting number 47, the 24th
- in all games at all venues, Liverpool are our
3rd worst opponents
(including only teams we've met more than 4
- at Goodison, they are our
least favourite opponents in all competitions!
(including only teams we've met more than twice)
- we've played Liverpool once before in an October 4th game
- that was back
in 1924 when we lost 0-1 at Goodison
- we drew our last October 4th game - at
home to Stoke in 2009
- and we're unbeaten in our last 2 - W1 D1 L0
- but we lost all of the 5 before these last 2 outings - W1 D1
L5 in our last 7
- we've drawn our last 2 matches against the old enemy
- and we've won none of the last 10 - W0 D6 L4
- 9 of those were in the League - W0 D6 L3
- that's our joint worst ever run without a win against Liverpool
in our Premier League history
- our last derby victory was back
in 2010, 2-0 at home - courtesy of Tim Cahill & Mikel
- but that was our only win in the last 17 Premier League Merseyside
derbies - a W1 D8 L8 record
- at Goodison, we've drawn all of the last 3 - last season it
dismal 0-0 in February
- that's the joint longest ever run of Merseyside derby draws
at Goodison in all competitions
- and it's the longest run in Premier League meetings
- if Phil Jagielka plays against Liverpool it will be his 303rd
Everton appearance in all competitions
- he'd move to equal 33rd on our All-Time
Appearances list level with Jimmy Gabriel and Phil Neville
- it would also be Jags' 250th League appearance for us
- that would put him into 41st place alone on our All-Time
League Appearances list
- he'd be 1 ahead of 1920s winger Alec Troup
- if he starts in the derby it will also be Jags' 286th start
for us in all competitions
- he'd move level with Bob Latchford into equal 42nd place on
- if Tim Howard starts against Liverpool it will be his 337th
start for us in the League
- he'd be 13th alone, 1 ahead of John Hurst, on our All-Time
League Starts list
- Jags would be in 43rd place alone on that same list if he starts
- on 238 League starts for us
- he'd be 1 ahead of Phil Neville, Cyril Lello & Jimmy Settle
- on our All-Time
Prem Starts chart, Jags would move into 6th place alone, 1
ahead of Phil Neville
- if Steven Naismith appears as a sub in the derby, it would be
his 51st sub appearance for us in the League
- that would move him 1 ahead of Leon Osman and into 5th place
alone on our All-Time
League Subs chart
- 1 goal for Romelu Lukaku against Liverpool would take him to
43 for us in all competitions
- he'd move into 50th place alone on our All-Time
- he'd be 1 ahead of Ted Critchley, our 1920s/30s winger
- 1 goal would also be our 150th at home in Premier League games
on UK television!
- at the other end, a clean sheet for Tim Howard v. Liverpool
would be his 113th for us in the League
- that would take him 1 ahead of the legendary Ted Sagar
- Tim would move into 3rd place alone on our All-Time
League Clean Sheets list
- if Leon Osman plays against Liverpool his Everton playing career
will stretch to 12 years & 265 days
- that would be exactly the same as Dixie Deans!
- they'd be joint 15th on our Longest
Playing Career chart
- a few more derby facts ...
- there have been more
Sendings-Off in Everton's fixtures with Liverpool (26) than
against any other team
- 17 of those were for Everton players - that's more than against
any other opposition
- the last 3 red cards in the Merseyside derby have all been waved
by Martin Atkinson
- Pienaar and Kyrgiakos in
February 2010 and Jack Rodwell (rescinded!) in
- and the referee this time round is ..... Martin Atkinson .....
- Everton haven't had a derby penalty since David
Unsworth's success at Goodison in April 2003
- since then, Liverpool have had 5, 3 of them at Goodison
- and Everton haven't had a derby hat-trick since Dixie
Dean hit his second against Liverpool in 1931
- we haven't had one at Goodison Park against Liverpool since
'Sandy' Young's 4 in 1904
- this will be the 20th Merseyside derby to be played on a Sunday
- our current record is W2 D9 L8
- and the match will kick-off at 1.30pm
- against Liverpool we've had 4 games starting at that time and
our record is W1 D2 L1
- against all opposition we're unbeaten in our last 6 matches
with a 1.30pm start - W5 D1 L0
- and, finally, Brendan Rodgers has never lost a Merseyside derby
- W1 D5 L0
- and Roberto Martinez has never won one - W0 D3 L1
- 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
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
Phil Jagielka needs 1 more appearance to reach
250 for us in the Premier League - so far he's made 237 starts
and 12 as a sub
Leighton Baines needs 2 more starts to reach 250 for us
in the Premier League - currently he's made 248
Dates of Birth
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How Have Everton Performed
Birthday In The Past?
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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,
Or Conceded, In Any One Match?
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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?
How Bad Have We Been Against Man Utd
In The Premier League?!
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What's Our Best Run Of Victories?
Or Our Worst Run Of Defeats?
What's The Longest We've Gone Without
Defeat? Or Without Winning?
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