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Silva wants Blues to replicate second-half display against Chelsea

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Seasons2018-19Everton News

Marco Silva says that Everton’s second-half performance against Chelsea on Sunday was much more representative of the quality he has always believed his team possesses.
The Blues atoned for a limp display in the first 45 minutes to come out of the interval fired up and they took the lead within four minutes of the restart when Richarlison headed home following a corner.

Ron Saunders – The Toffee Years

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Everton History

Ron Saunders is best remembered for moulding the Aston Villa team which won the League Cup in 1975 and 1977, the Football League championship in 1981 and the European Cup in 1982. Less reported is the fact that he began his life in football as an Evertonian.
Born in Birkenhead on 6 November 1932, one of eight siblings, Ron attended the Park High School.

Pickford must find focus or risk losing Everton’s faith

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Opinion

The 25-year-old’s cocksure attitude has been lauded as one of his strengths but it has bordered on misplaced arrogance at times this season and it’s a trait that is becoming a liability.

It’s often said that it takes a special breed to be a goalkeeper and that some of the best have a mad streak in them that makes them perform feats that most players cannot.

Everton buckle under Magpies’ second-half pressure

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Seasons2018-19Everton News
Newcastle United 3 – 2 Everton
Jordan Pickford escaped a red card and saved a penalty in the first half but parried a shot straight to Ayoze Perez for the equaliser in the second before Newcastle scored a controversial late winner
Everton threw away a 2-0 lead and eventually lost 3-2 to Newcastle United in a match littered with controversy at St James’ Park.

The Charlie Parry Grave Event – 1st March 2019

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Everton History

An unprepossessing road in the shadow of Goodison Park, is named Salop Street. Salop, or Shropshire as it is more commonly known, might not, at a first glance, be awash with Everton links but that can be misleading. In fact the, largely rural, county has a loyal Blues following (the Shropshire Blues is the local official supporters club branch).

Blues sweep Cardiff aside for welcome win

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Report
It wouldn’t be going out on a limb to say that Gylfi Sigurdsson enjoyed his first return to South Wales since leaving Swansea for Everton in a club record deal two-and-a-half years ago. Injured the last time the Toffees faced his old club away in April last year, the Icelandic international went into the belly of the Cardiff beast this evening as an ex-Jack and emerged the victor with two goals and a man-of-the-match display to his credit.

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