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Everton FC: Forever The People's Club

An Everton story
Started on 7 January 2016 by JohnWarrington
Latest Reply on 14 October 2016 by JohnWarrington
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Coleman goal sets up Everton win


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23rd January 2016

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Right back Seamus Coleman scored a rare goal, as Everton beat Manchester United by 2 goals to 0 at Goodison Park.



Final Score: Everton 2-0 Man United.

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Everton: Horn, Coleman, Stones, Funes Mori, Baines (Oviedo 69), McCarthy, Barkley (Bender 75), Mirallas, Deulofeu, Bony (Long 69), Lukaku.
Subs Not Used: Robles, Jagielka, Lennon, Rodriguez.

Booked: Funes Mori, Stones, McCarthy, Mirallas.

Goals: Coleman 34, Long 84.

Man United: De Gea, Fernandes, Jones, Blind, Shaw, Schweinsteiger, Herrera (Depay 75), Willian, Mata (Valencia 81), Young (Carrick 64), Rooney.
Subs Not Used: Valdes, Darmian, Smalling, Martial.

Booked: Fernandes.

Att: 40,157.

Ref: N Swarbrick.

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Everton to face Newcastle in final


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Published
27th January 2016
By Michael Downham

Shane Long scored a hat trick, as Everton produced a footballing masterclass to overturn a two goal first leg deficit, beating Norwich by 7 goals to 1 at Goodison Park and 8-4 on aggregate..



Final Score: Everton 7-1 Norwich - (8-4 on aggregate)

Everton: Robles, Coleman, Stones, Funes Mori (Jagielka 64), Baines, McCarthy, Barkley (Gibson 72), Mirallas (Rodriguez 77), Deulofeu, Lukaku, Long.
Subs Not Used: Gray, Mattioni, Oviedo, Henen.

Booked: Coleman, Baines.

Off: Baines 83.

Goals: Long 13,47,66, Baines pen 27, pen 34, Deulofeu 84, Lukaku pen 90+2.

Norwich: Ruddy, Wisdom, Gonzalez (R Bennett 66), Bassong, Olsson, Mulumbu, Redmond, Dorrans (Tettey 59), Howson, Brady (Kainz 64), Mbokani.
Subs Not Used: Rudd, Martin, Loza, E Bennett.

Booked: Mulumbu, Mbokani, Howson, Tettey.

Goals: Redmond 16.

Att: 38,798.

Ref: L Probert.

Match Stats




Ferguson delighted with Everton performance


Last Updated: 28th January 2016

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Everton manager Duncan Ferguson has revealed his delight after seeing his side reach the Capital One cup final with a 8-4 aggregate win over Norwich.

Everton went into the game against Norwich knowing that they needed to run around a two goal deficit in order to advance to Wembley. Everton managed to deliver just that as a Shane Long hat trick, along with goals from Leighton Baines (2), Gerard Deulofeu and Romelu Lukaku, gave them a 7-1 win over their fellow Premier League opponents.

"It was a fantastic display," said Ferguson.

"To a man the players showed that they are the real deal and could win this competition. The desire and commitment from the players was a joy to behold and I'm really proud of what my players were able to achieve. I thought Ross Barkley showed just how good he is and how much he is worth to the club. He ran the show for us and his performance enabled Shane (Long) to really come into his own. I'm hoping he can continue to play like that for the rest of the season."

"The hard work does not stop now," Ferguson told Sky Sports. "One good result does not make a season and we are aware that we have many more tough games to come."


Gillingham 0-4 Everton


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30th January 2016

Tony Hibbert scored his first competitive Everton goal at the 264th time of asking, to help Everton reach the FA Cup round with a 4-0 trashing of Gillingham.







Gillingham: Nelson, Shephard (A Morris 73), Egan, Ehmer, Garmston, McGlashan (List 61), Dack, Wright, Dickenson, Donnelly, Norris (Williamson 78).
Subs Not Used: G Morris, M'voto, Hessenthaler, Davies.

Everton: Hewelt, Hibbert, Holgate, Funes Mori, Ovideo, Bender, Barry (Barkley 81), Pienaar, Long, Bony (Coleman 73), Lukaku (Mirallas 68).
Subs Not Used: Horn, McCarthy, Stones, Deulofeu.

Booked: Bender, Barry

Goals: Lukaku pen 7, 25, Mirallas 72, Hibbert 87.

Ref: A Marriner

Att: 11,440.





5th round draw


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Published
1st February 2016
By James Redmond

Chelsea will host Arsenal in the pick of the FA Cup 5th round ties following the draw live from Wembley.

The full draw is as follows:

Peterborough vs Reading or Tottenham
Man Utd vs Brighton
Crewe vs QPR
Blackburn vs Southampton or West Ham
Chelsea vs Arsenal
Brentford vs Huddersfield or Hull
Everton vs Preston or Man City
Ipswich or Barnsley vs Rochdale or Bristol City


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Last Updated: 1st February 2016

Just caught up and f*cking hell?! Everton top?! Quality mate!
2016-03-08 18:48#227278 Jack : Just caught up and f*cking hell?! Everton top?! Quality mate!

Thanks, can't quite believe it myself
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Bender goal hands 9 man Everton all 3 points


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2nd February 2016

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Three players saw red, as a solitary goal from Sven Bender, gave Everton a 1-0 win over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.



Final Score: Sunderland 0-1 Everton.

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Sunderland: Mannone, Jones, Kaboul (O'Shea 73), Coates, Roberge, van Aanholt, Yedlin (Gomez 62), Rodwell, Larsson, Johnson, Defoe (Borini 79).
Subs Not Used: Moore, Lens, Bridcutt, Brown.

Booked: Defoe, Rodwell, Yedlin, Jones.

Off: Rodwell 79.

Everton: Hewelt (Horn 45), Hibbert, Holgate, Funes Mori, Oviedo, Bender, Barry (McCarthy 45), Long, Pienaar (Deulofeu 54), Bony, Lukaku.
Subs Not Used: Coleman, Mirallas, Stones, Barkley.

Booked: Long, Funes Mori, Hibbert, Oviedo, Holgate, McCarthy.

Off: Oviedo 57, Hibbert 84.

Goals: Bender 6.

Att: 37,066.

Ref: S Hooper.

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Long goal wins it for Everton


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6th February 2016

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Shane Long was the match winner, as his 77th minute strike, gave Everton a 3-2 win over Aston Villa at Goodison Park.



Final Score: Everton 3-2 Aston Villa.

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Everton: Robles, Holgate (Coleman 90), Bender, Funes Mori, Baines, Besic (Gibson 75), Cleverley, Lennon, Osman, Bony (Long 71), Lukaku.
Subs Not Used: Horn, Jagielka, Stones, Rodriguez.

Booked: Besic, Bender, Funes Mori.

Goals: Lukaku 1, 71, Long 77.

Aston Villa: Guzan, Richards, Ilori, Clark, Lescott (Crespo 68), Sanchez, Westwood, Gueye (Veretout 56), Gil (Grealish 61), Ayew, Agbonlahor.
Subs Not Used: Steer, Okore, Sinclair, Gestede.

Goals: Agbonlahor 55, Ayew 74.

Att: 38,824.

Ref: R East.

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Ferguson praises late winner


Last Updated: 7th February 2016

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Everton manager Duncan Ferguson has praised the effort of his side after they struck late to beat Aston Villa by 3 goals to 2 at Goodison Park.

Ferguson, who was only appointed as Everton boss at the end of November, was speaking to Sky Sports in an post match interview when he praised his side following the win. The game saw Shane Long net a winner with 13 minutes remaining in a pulsating game.

"I am really pleased with the effort the lads showed out there today. When Villa scored their second, it would have been really easy for them to let their heads drop and let Villa into the game. However, they knuckled down and worked harder than ever and got the victory. It really was pleasing to see and it sets a great precedent for the run to the end of the season."

Ferguson also reserved special praise for match winner Shane Long, who came off the bench to score the winner.

"I'm really impressed by the way Shane has come into the club and settled in straight away. Already he's beginning to show us that we spent the money wisely. Shane seems to have a knack of being in the right place at the right time and that's a great quality to have as a striker. It could be time for him to start in more games."
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Everton clinical in Arsenal victory


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13th February 2016

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Everton were red hot in front of goal, beating Arsenal by four goals to one, despite having fewer shots and less possession.



Final Score: Arsenal 1-4 Everton.

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Arsenal: Cech, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Ramsey, Wilshere (Coquelin 49), Walcott (Oxlade-Chamberlain 49), Ozil (Bradley 49), Sanchez, Morata.
Subs Not Used: Ospina, Chambers, Welbeck, Reine-Adelaide.

Booked: Koscielny.

Goals: Morata 57.

Everton: Horn, Coleman, Stones, Funes Mori, Baines, McCarthy, Barkley (Bender 57), Mirallas, Deulofeu, Bony, Lukaku (Rodriguez 57).
Subs Not Used: Robles, Jagielka, Oviedo, Gibson.

Booked: Deulofeu, Stones.

Goals: Barkley 36, Baines pen 38, McCarthy 41,49.

Att: 58,066.

Ref: B Madley.

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Barkley: 'We're daring to dream'


Last Updated: 14th February 2016

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Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has told Sky Sports how he and his teammates are daring to dream about winning the Premier League title.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Barkley who has made 24 appearances in the Premier League for Everton this season, revealed how he and his Everton team mates where daring to dream about winning the title.

"Ofcourse we believe we can do it. So far this season we've been in absolutely outstanding form and if we can continue that then we will win the title. For a team like us to be even in the mix for the title is amazing, let alone be top with the gap that we have. We're all daring to dream about doing the unthinkable and winning the title."

Despite the statement of belief, Barkley was understandably realistic when it came to his sides chances.

"Obviously everyone in the world is just waiting for the time where we start slipping up and eventually bottle it. If we're realistic about it, we haven't really got any players who have experienced a title challenge like this before. However, we are under no illusions. We know that we have to go out and perform in every game and that's what we plan to do. We want this title."


Everton 0-0 Man City


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20th February 2016

Everton and Man City will have to settle their FA Cup 6th round tie with a replay at the Etihad after battling to a 0-0 draw at Goodison Park.



Everton: Horn, Coleman, Stones, Funes Mori, Baines, McCarthy, Barkley, Mirallas (Rodriguez 79), Deulofeu (Long 66), Bony, Lukaku.
Subs Not Used: Robles, Jagielka, Bender, Holgate, Oviedo.

Booked: Deulofeu, Coleman.

Man City: Hart, Zabaleta, Kompany, Mangala, Kolarov, Fernando, Fernandinho (Delph 54), Navas (Roberts 54), Nasri (Garcia 59), Sterling, Iheanacho.
Subs Not Used: Caballero, Sagna, Faour, Clichy.

Booked: Kompany.

Ref: M Dean.

Att: 40,157.





6th round draw


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Published
22nd February 2016
By James Redmond

West Ham will travel to Championship side Brentford in the only confirmed FA Cup 6th round tie with replays needed to decide who contests the other 3.

The full draw is as follows:

Man United or Brighton vs Ipswich or Bristol City
Brentford vs West Ham
Crewe or QPR vs Everton or Man City
Peterborough or Tottenham vs Chelsea or Arsenal

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