We commissioned illustrator Alex Bennett to work with Everton fans across our platform to illustrate all their favourite, treasured moments into one design.
From derby days to cup triumphs, to when Muhammad Ali shadow boxed with Everton fans in Hyde Park – we used all our platforms to invite Evertonians to provide their favourite Everton moments. Thank you to everyone who get involved with suggestions, or by sharing the fan project.
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60 games that shook Goodison… I started this list a while back – it was a labour of love – but now I realise that with the move to Bramley-Moore Dock we might only have three seasons of Goodison left.
Not even 60 league games.
And if I post one of these for every one of home games, we’ll have moved before I finish the list…
Here’s my first, about an unlikely victory against a bulletproof <a data-ail="22824" target="_self" href="https://www.grandoldteam.
An explosive opening twelve minutes saw three early goals and set the tone for an entertaining game that saw two more second half markers, a flurry of yellow cards and one red, as the Blues kept up their good home form from last season.
Following their midweek Carabao Cup success over Lincoln, Everton returned home to take on in-form Wolves, fresh from their victory over Torino and progress to the group stages of the Europa League.
It’s amazing what happens when things are taken out of context.
The excruciating thing is that they both did exactly the same strange neck dance. Their actions before were different, the games themselves were utterly different, but that weird, spasmodic neck move? That was the same.
In both cases it was a dance borne from emotion shaved to the bone, they both looked like fish, slapping about on the deck, writhing for oxygen.
Back in the early 1990s, sartorial discipline
amongst certain Evertonians reached a level of stripped-down asceticism more
akin to a Benedictine order. No edict ever came from on high, but the maxim
that wearing colours was frowned upon permeated through elements of the fanbase
Everton survived going behind to a first minute strike to put in a professional performance and gain progression to the third round of the Carabao Cup with a dominant showing in a well-contested and entertaining game that saw quality goals from both sides.
Everton began their Carabao Cup campaign on Wednesday evening with a visit to Sincil Bank, home of League One Lincoln City.
Everton will be hoping to put what has been an uninspiring start to the season behind them when they face Lincoln City in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.
One win, one draw, one loss is the Blues’ record going into the clash, scoring just once in the three outings.
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Jean-Philippe Gbamin will be sidelined for at least eight weeks due to a tendon injury, Everton have confirmed through a statement.
Everton Football Club can confirm that Jean-Philippe Gbamin has sustained a tendon injury in his right quadriceps muscle, which will keep the midfielder out of action for at least eight weeks.