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The next Everton CEO – a crucial appointment

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Arsenal Football Club have a huge job on their hands in finding a head coach or manager to succeed Arsene Wenger come the end of this season… many Blues hope that Everton have long since commenced such a search, interview and recruitment process in readiness for what many hope will be an early departure for Sam Allardyce.

FANS EMAIL: An Open Letter to Richard Kenyon

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As Big Sam completed yet another smug presser in which he singled out another person for blame in relation to increasing pressure due to poor performances, I chose to voice my support to the target of our manager’s abuse; this time it was Richard Kenyon, Director of Marketing and Communications.
I penned an open letter to our D.o.M.

Getting Away With It

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A mixture of surprise and pride came over me when Evertonian’s made their feelings plain to Allardyce on Saturday, who responded with a usual aplomb by shrugging his shoulders.

Podcast: Everton Stutter At Swansea

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Adam and Groucho look back at another poor performance, debate Allardyce’s latest comments and consider Tim Cahill as a future Everton coach. The pair also read some of your ‘three-word reviews’ from Twitter.

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Exclusive Interview With Kevin Campbell

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Adam caught up with Kevin Campbell via Skype on Wednesday evening to ask your questions, find out about his time at Everton (including a great Thomas Gravesen story), his thoughts on the state of the club at present and loads more.

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Podcast: Missed Opportunity?

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In this episode of the GrandOldTeam podcast Adam, Jim and Groucho explore why Everton still haven’t beaten Liverpool since 2010, take a look a some of the performances from certain Everton players, and read your ‘three-word reviews’ from Twitter.

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Goals, and we need them everywhere!

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Five games remain in this disaster of a season for Everton Football Club.
Five games against clubs all currently below us in the league table.
Five games that could yet see fifteen points gained and if other results went our way, we’d be in a position to qualify for next seasons’ <a title="" class="aalmanual" target="_self" href="https://www.

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