At the end of another season, we find ourselves in a quandary that seems all too familiar. Despite our new investor (Moshiri) ploughing millions into the club and the area as a whole (I love that he bought the Liver building for obvious reasons) we find ourselves in the usual uninspiring situation.
As Frank Sinatra once said, “I did it my way!” And so seems Mr Moshiri may have taking note of Ol’ Blue Eyes famous words.
After the week that saw not only Sam Allardyce lose his job, Steve Walsh and a number of his back room staff were left with reeling heads at the speed of Evertons new direction.
Davy Klaassen wants to remain at Everton.
The £23.6m summer signing had been frozen out under Sam Allardyce, and the caretaker manager David Unsworth before him, having made three Premier League starts since his arrival from Ajax.
Phil Jagielka reckons <a title="" class="aalmanual" target="_self" href="https://www.grandoldteam.
A study has revealed that 14 top footballers come from the north west of England, trumping all other areas including London, which has produced 12 of the best currently in the game. Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad reflects these findings. Can the might of the North West propel England to glory?
Marco Silva has been a name that has divided opinions of Evertonians since he became the frontrunner to take up the managerial role at Goodison Park.
Some are quite content with the possible appointment of the 40-year-old, others don’t want to see him anywhere near their beloved club.
And it is easy to see why.
Jordan Pickford has been included in Gareth Southgate’s 23-man World Cup squad.