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Everton 4-0 Manchester United

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Magnificent Blues thrash United
Everton continued their excellent home form of late with an absolutely magnificent thrashing of Manchester United. This was the style and pace of football Goodison has been renowned for down the years as the visitors were simply blown away by some exhilarating attacking play and four top quality goals.
Following the poor performance last weekend at Craven Cottage, Everton took on north-west neighbours United looking to get back to winning ways.

Youth Champions Again

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On Monday night Everton claimed a 2nd PL2 (under 23’s) league title in 3 years. Given manager Unsworth was seconded away from his role as Under 23’s manager last season it could potentially have been 3 titles in 3 seasons which is an enviable record for anyone’s standards. At a time when the first team has had a dearth of success it has been a welcomed distraction and a point of light relief for Evertonians to see young players upholding the clubs Motto.

Turning Corners

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The curious thing with turning a corner is that the first steps in the right direction are often not easily visible. The underlying work that is needed to help stop the rot often occurs before it’s easily visible for all concerned. While it’s not doubted that Everton have turned a corner to me the hard yards came following the catastrophic Millwall performance.

Fulham v Everton

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The race for seventh is well and truly on, so Everton can’t afford to get complacent when they travel to already relegated Fulham this weekend.
The Toffees find themselves in a fine vein of form having won their last three outings against Chelsea, West Ham and Arsenal, all without conceding a goal.

Award Finalists

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GrandOldTeam has been nominated as a finalist in the Football Blogging Awards for ‘Best Forum’.
We were incredibly proud to have represented Everton and to have won ‘Best Football Forum’ in the past and we’re hoping to do the same again this year.

If you think we’re worthy, we’d be very appreciative of your vote for “Best Forum”.

The Leaving of Goodison

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The recent opening of Tottenham’s new stadium has for many Evertonians thrown into focus what it will mean for us should, as expected, we leave Goodison for pastures new sometime in the not too distant future.
Some will of course never want to leave. For them, understandably, Goodison is too important, too imbued with personal memories, too special a place to ever give up.

Everton 1-0 Arsenal

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Vote for your Everton MOTM

Magnificent Blues outgun Arsenal.
An outstanding team performance from Everton saw them record their third straight win over London opposition with Captain Phil Jagielka rolling back the years with an impeccable centre back showing, and the game winning goal.

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