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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

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2015/16 Kicks-Off On 8th August 2015
Fixtures To Be Announced on 17th June 2015

There's Not Much Better Than An Injury-Time Winner! ...

- ... we haven't won an away game in the Prem with a goal after 90 mintes since August 2011
- that time round Mikel Arteta's late, late penalty gave us the points at Blackburn

- it was our first come-from-behind away win in the Premier League since September 2013
- and that match was also at West Ham and Romelu Lukaku got the winner (on his debut)!

- we're now unbeaten against the Hammers in our last 17 meetings, home and away - W11 D6 L0
- and at their place we're unbeaten in our last 9 visits in all competitions - W7 D2 L0

- in the Premier League, home and away, West Ham are now our 2nd favourite opponents!
  (that's on a points per game basis and including only teams who we've played more than 4 times)

- and it was our 10th away win in the Premier League against West Ham
- they are our first Prem opponents that we've reached double figures against in terms of away wins

- Romelu Lukaku loves playing for us against West Ham!
- he's now scored in each of our last 6 games with them!
- only 4 times before has an EFC player scored in 6 or more successive games against the same opposition

- the other occasions were ...
- 7: Dixie Dean versus Bury from November 1927 to January 1933
- 7: Dixie Dean versus Aston Villa from March 1925 to April 1928
- 6: Joe Royle versus Wolves from September 1967 to January 1970
- 6: Alex Stevenson versus Bolton from January 1936 to October 1938

- and thanks to Gavin Buckland for spotting another Romelu Lukaku goalscoring fact ...
- he's the 1st EFC player to score against the same team in 4 separate domestic games in the same season
- Fred Pickering managed to score in 4 separate matches against Man Utd in 1964/65
- but 2 of those games were in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, one of the foreunners of today's Europa League

- and Rom has now reached 20 goals for us this season in all competitions
- since Tony Cottee hit 24 for us in 1990/91 only the Yak with 21 in 2007/08 has bettered that figure
- Peter Beardsley did also net 20 for us in 1991/92, though

- Rom's latest goal was the 25th in his Everton Premier League career
- he's now in joint 10th on our Premier League Scoring chart
- he's level with Marouane Fellaini, Tomasz Radzinski and the Yak!
- Leon Osman's cracker, meanwhile, was his 44th Premier League goal for us
- he's in 4th place on that list, just 1 goal behind Kevin Campbell

- on our All-Time League Scoring chart, Leon's 44 goals put him joint 44th with Jimmy Husband
- whilst in all competitions, Ossie now has 57 Everton goals
- he's now joint 40th with 1920's Bobby Irvine on our All-Time Scorers' chart

- congratulations to Brendan Galloway on his Everton debut!
- he is the first 'Brendan' and the first 'Galloway' ever to play in a competitive game for us!

- Brendan is the 874th player to play for us in all games, the 853rd in the League & the 193rd in the Prem
- and he's our 855th starter in all competitions, the 833rd in the League and the 178th in the Prem

- and he's also just the 5th different player to wear the Number 32 shirt for us in a first-team fixture
- Bren follows in the illustrious footsteps of John O'Kane, Tony Hibbert, Dan Gosling and Antolin Alcaraz!

- we have now used 33 different players this season in all competitions, by the way
- that's the most since the 36 we used in 2009/10

- Leon Osman made his 416th appearance for us in all competitions in the West Ham game
- he's in 12th place on our All-Time Appearances chart
- Tim Howard is level in 17th place on that list with Colin Harvey, both on 388 games for the club
- Phil Jagielka is up to 292 and in 41st position, 1 game behind Gary Stevens

- in terms of starts, well done to Leon Osman who has now started 350 games for us in all competitions
- he's in 21st position on our All-Time Starts chart
- Tim Howard is up to joint 15th on that list on 388 Everton starts, level with John Hurst
- and Phil Jagielka is now on 275 starts for us, 1 ahead of Howard Kendall & Derek Temple in 45th place

- in the Premier League, Seamus Coleman has now started 132 games for us
- that's the same figure that Marouane Fellaini and Thomas Gravesen reached
- they're all level in 20th place on our All-Time Premier League Starts list
- Gareth Barry is in joint 50th place on that list on 64 starts, the same as Tony Cottee managed
- and congrats to Ross Barkley on his 50th Prem start for us - he's 66th on that list

- and so on to our final game of the season, at home to Tottenham on May 24th

- we've had 3 previous outings on that date and lost none of them - W2 D1 L0
- we've never played Spurs before on May 24, though

- our last May 24 game was a 2-0 win at Fulham in 2009, 6 days before our FA Cup Final defeat to Chelsea
- Leon Osman got both of our goals in that game!
- our last home game on May 24th was this 2-0 win over Newcastle in 1977

- we've lost both of our 2 most recent meetings with Tottenham - both at their place
- and we've won 0 of the last 4 encounters, home and away - W0 D2 L2
- the last one was the 2-1 defeat at their place last November

- at Goodison things have been a bit brighter
- we're unbeaten in their last 7 visits - W3 D4 L0
- last season saw a 0-0 Goodison result
- our last home win over Spurs came the season before - that dramatic last-gasp 2-1 victory in Dec 2012

- a win this time would be our 50th in the League, home and away, against Tottenham
- but on a points per game basis, they are our 5th worst opponents, home and away, in the Premier League
- so don't get your hopes up!

- if he plays against Spurs, it will be Tim Howard's 389th game for us - 1 more than Colin Harvey managed
- if Phil Jagielka plays, it will be his 293rd Everton game, the same figure that Gary Stevens reached for us
- it would also be Jags's 242nd League appearance for us - that's the same that Phil Neville got to for Everton

- if Romelu Lukaku plays, it will be his 67th Premier League game for Everton
- that would be the same as 2 other young EFC striking hopefuls achieved - Francis Jeffers & Wayne Rooney!

- if Tim Howard starts against Spurs it will be his 389th start for us - 1 more than John Hurst

- Tim will also be 36 years and 79 days old on the day of the Tottenham game
- if he does play, he will become the 19th oldest player to appear for us in the League, the 21st in all games

- if Romelu Lukaku scores against Tottenham it will take him to 21 for us this season in all games
- since Tony Cottee hit 24 for us in 1990/91 only the Yak in 2007/08 has reached 21 goals for us

- if Leon Osman scores, it will be his 45th Premier League goal for Everton
- he'll join Kevin Campbell in equal 3rd place on our Premier League Scoring chart

- and if we get 2 goals against Spurs it will bring up 150 for us under Roberto Martinez's management

- however, if Tottenham get a goal it would mean we've conceded 50 in the League this season
- that would be the most since the 57 we shipped in 2003/04

- if we fail to beat Tottenham, we'll end the season with 12 League wins
- that will be our lowest total since the 9 we managed in 2003/04
- a win would equal the 13 we managed in 2010/11

- if we don't beat Spurs, we'll end the season with 47 points (if we lose) or 48 (if we draw)
- either would be our lowest points total since the paltry 39 in that rubbish 2003/04 season
- a win would mean we equal the 50 points we managed in 2005/06 when we finished 11th

- we've won our last 3 Sunday games - 2 at home and 1 away (2 x 4.00pm kick-offs and 1 x 1.30pm)
- and we've won all of our last 4 Sunday games that have kicked at 3.00pm

- the extremely not-very-good Jonathan Moss will be refereeing the Tottenham game
- we lost on his last appearance at Goodison - that was the 6-3 defeat to Chelsea last August
- before that, however, we'd won all 5 Goodison games that he'd been in charge of!

- we haven't conceded a first half goal in the last 9 Premier League games at Goodison!
- and we've only conceded 1 in our last 15 home Prem 1st halves - that was v. Stoke on Boxing Day

- if there's a penalty in the Spurs match it will be the 16th in Everton games this season
- there haven't been that many in an Everton season since the 21 awarded in 1988/89
- and if a penalty decision goes our way it will be our 11th in this campaign
- that will be the most since the 15 we got in that 1988/89 season

- the Tottenham match is our last game of the campaign, of course!
- hopefully we can keep up our very good recent record in the final League game of the season
- in the last 7 seasons it looks like this: W6 D0 L1

- and finally, our current average home League attendance is 38,464
- we are heading for our best average League crowd since the very poor 2003/04 season
- that was the one when we finished 17th and yet averaged 38,837!
- what is it about disappointing seasons that drags more of us to Goodison Park every other week?!!

- 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

Leighton Baines needs 2 more starts to reach 250 for us in the Prem - so far he's made 248
Steven Naismith needs 2 more starts to reach 50 for us in the Premier League - he's currently on 48

Dates of Birth



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Appearances, Goals & Clean Sheets  

Who Has Played The Most Times For Us? 
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 To Come 
And Watch Us At Home? 
And What Were Our Smallest Crowds, 
Home And Away? 
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 Remember 1950-51? We Were Bad!
 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 
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