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Welcome To Yet Another Everton Website!!!

The purpose of this site is to provide a comprehensive record of the results of all competitive games played by Everton since their formation, together with details of player appearances and goals.

There are lots of links on the left that break down the information into different categories (as explained down below) so go ahead and click on one and see what you get!

The title bar above currently features Kevin Ratcliffe and Warney Cresswell, two former Everton legends - both captains, both cultured defenders, both double title winners, both FA Cup winners.
Click on their photos to see brief details of their Everton careers and appearances & goals.

The title bar images will change every so often so that you'll get to see a whole host of Everton greats throughout the months and years ahead.  Images (and career summaries) of previous weeks' legends can be seen by clicking the 'Previous Legends' link on the left, where you'll also find a link to take you to details of the less-than-legendary donkeys like Mike Walker who have 'starred' in the 'Apart From ...' feature!

Royle, Young, Reid, Sharp, Watson, Lyons, Ball, Jones, Southall, Hickson, Kendall, Latchford, Labone, Sagar, Ratcliffe, Dean

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On This Day In The Past?
v West Brom            v Leicester
on Jan 20                   on Jan 31


- ... this was our 22nd trip to Wembley (our first in the league, of course)
- and our overall record there is now W8 D4 L10
- and we've won on 0 of our last 5 visits now and have lost all of the last 4!

- it was our 175th meeting with the Londoners in all competitions at all venues
- and we've now lost 3 on the bounce against them

- indeed in our last 11 meetings, home and away (all in the Prem), our record against Spurs is now W0 D5 L6
- and just away from home things are no better - W0 D3 L7 in our last 10 trips in all competitions
- just in the Premier League the record is W0 D3 L6 in our last 9 away visits

- it's perhaps no surprise, therefore, that only against Arsenal and Man Utd do we have a worse Prem record
- that's on a points per game basis, home and away

- the 4-0 scoreline was also our 3rd heaviest defeat against Spurs
- the 2 worse were a 6-0 Christmas Day loss in 1956
- and our club record defeat - 10-4 in October 1958!

- and - following their 3-0 win at Goodison back in September - it was Spurs' 12th League double against us
- only 4 teams have achieved more - Arsenal (19), Man Utd (18), Liverpool (15) and Newcastle (14)

- the defeat at Wembley took our run without a win in the League up to 5 games
- that hasn't happened to us since a similar run in November/December 2016

- and it was our 3rd straight defeat in all competitions at the start of 2018
- the last time we began a calendar year with that many defeats was 1961!

- oh, and overall it was the 1,200th away defeat in our competitive history!

- the latest setback hasn't helped Sam Allardyce's figures, either
- he's now down to 13th place on our Managers' Rankings chart

- we've now conceded 4 or more goals in 4 League games this season
- 4-0 at Man Utd, 5-2 at home to Arsenal and 4-1 at Southampton were the others

- curiously, that's the most in a single season since 1984/85 when it happened 5 times
- and yet we still won the League!

- the match with Tottenham was a Saturday game with a 5.30pm kick-off, of course
- we've now lost all of our last 4 matches starting at 5.30pm, all in the Premier League!

- and in our last 14 away League games with a 5.30pm kick-off our record is a very poor W1 D3 L10
- the one win came at Newcastle, 1-0 on Boxing Day 2015, via Tom Cleverley's 93rd minute header

- whatever the kick-off time, we haven't fared very well lately in Saturday away matches either
- our record is now W0 D3 L4 in the last 7 and W1 D4 L8 in the last 13, all in the Premier League

- putting the day and the time together .....
- ..... our record in our last 11 away Saturday League games with a 5.30pm KO is now W1 D1 L9!

- the attendance at Wembley was 76,251
- that's the largest crowd ever to watch us play a Premier League game
- it beats the 75,749 who saw us lose 2-1 to Man Utd at Old Trafford in December 2007

- it's also the 3rd highest attendance in our entire League history and the highest away from Goodison
- only our 2 largest home League crowds have topped it
- they were the 78,299 who saw us draw 1-1 with Liverpool in 1948
- and the 1-0 win over Preston watched by 76,839 in August 1954

- Phil Jagielka has now started 289 League games for the club
- he's moved up to joint 25th place on our All-Time League Starts list
- Jags is now level with 1920s half-back and captain Hunter Hart

- Cenk Tosun meanwhile made his first ever Everton appearance - welcome to him!
- he is the 906th different player to play for the club
- the 879th in the League and the 219th in the Premier League!
- in terms of starting players his numbers are 883, 859 and 204 respectively!

- and Cenk became the 35th different player we've used this season in all competitions
- only in 2009/10 - when 36 players turned out for us - have we used more in a single campaign!

- Mason Holgate played against Spurs and didn't score - that's now 30 Prem matches for us without a goal!
- only 9 other players have played that many games for us in the Prem without scoring!
- Tony Hibbert, of course, tops that list - 265 Premier League games for the club without a goal
- and 329 in all competitions!

- Harry Kane, on the other hand, has now scored 7 times against us - all in the Premier League
- only 9 other players have managed more than that!
- Les Ferdinand and Alan Shearer head that particular chart with 16 apiece
- followed by Robbie Fowler and Steven Gerrard (9 each)
- and then Nicolas Anelka, Chris Armstrong, Efan Ekoku, Ian Wright and Dwight Yorke, all on 8

- and so on to West Brom at home on January 20th!

- we drew 1-1 the last time we played a match on January 20th
- that was in 2014 and was against ... West Brom (albeit at the Hawthorns)!
- that was also our only previous meeting with them on that date

- however, we had won on each of the previous 5 occasions that we'd played a Jan 20 game
- most recently 2-1 at Wigan in 2008, a victory which took us up to 4th place in the table

- our last January 20th home match was a 2-0 League win against Sheff Wed in 1990
- Kevin Sheedy scored both the goals that day

- that was the most recent of 5 home games we've played in the past on January 20th
- 4 in the League and 1 in the League Cup - and we've won all 5!

- we drew the last time we played West Brom - 0-0 at their place last Boxing Day
- and we are undefeated in our last 3 meetings home and away - W2 D1 L0
- the last Goodison encounter ended 3-0 in our favour last March

- if he plays against the Baggies it will be Phil Jagielka's 369th appearance for us in all competitions
- that would move him alongside Kevin Sheedy in joint 21st place on our All-Time Appearances chart

- it would also extend his Everton playing career to 10 years and 159 days
- that would move him to 39th place on our Longest Careers list
- Jags would overtake 1950s captain Peter Farrell on that chart

- will anyone make their first appearance of the season for us in the match?
- Luke Garbutt, perhaps, or Theo Walcott?

- if so that will mean we will have used 36 different players this season in all competitions
- that would equal the club record set back in 2009/10!

- a defeat against West Brom would be our 5th loss in succession in all competitions, home and away
- we've already had 1 run of 5 straight defeats this season (in October and November)
- before that it hadn't happened to us since a 6 match run in August/September 2005!

- and a defeat would also be our 4th on the run at the start of 2018 in all competitions
- the last time we began a calendar year with 4 straight losses was back in 1961
- then we actually lost the first 5 games of the year - and we'd also lost the last 2 of 1960 as well!

- let's hope we can at least score!
- if we don't that will be 3 consecutive home matches without a goal
- perhaps surprisingly, that would equal the club record in all competitions
- it's something we've 'achieved' on 15 previous occasions, most recently in August/September 2005

- Alan Pardew is the current West Brom boss, of course
- he will become the first person to manage 5 different clubs in the Premier League at Goodison Park!

- he's previously been in charge of West Ham, Charlton, Newcastle & Crystal Palace in Prem visits to our place

- in our entire League history, Ron Atkinson leads the way
- he's been the manager of 6 different clubs in League games at Goodison Park
- they were West Brom, Man Utd, Sheff Wed, Aston Villa, Coventry and N Forest)

- in all competitive games at Goodison, Big Ron also tops the chart having bossed 7 teams at our place
- just add Cambridge to the previous list!

- so far this season there have been 14 penalties in Everton games in all comps for us and our opponents
- one more in the West Brom game would be the joint most (15) since a remarkable 21 in 1988/89
- that was the highest number we've ever seen in one Everton season!

- if West Brom get a pen that will be 8 for our opponents so far this season
- that would be the joint most since 1976/77 when we conceded a club record 10 in the whole season!

- if we (well Jordan Pickford!) save a West Brom pen it will be the 4th pen save this season by an EFC keeper
- Jordan saved one at Hadjuk Split in August and against West Ham at Goodison in November
- and Joel Robles kept one out against Atalanta also in November

- our keepers have saved 3 pens in a season several times before (most recently in 2009/10)
- but we've never had a season when Everton keepers have saved 4 penalties!

- between us and our opponents, 5 penalties have been saved by goalkeepers this season
- only once before - 1904/05 - have 6 penalties been saved in Everton fixtures!

- the West Brom match is a Saturday fixture, of course, with a 3.00pm kick-off
- one for the traditionalists!

- in our last 9 Saturday home games in the League kicking off at 3.00pm our record is a remarkable W8 D0 L1
- in the last 14 it is W10 D3 L1

- the 1 defeat was the 3-0 reverse to Tottenham last September

- COYB!!

- a reminder of some new sections on the site

- Test cricketers have a small number on their shirt or cap
- it shows where they fit in in terms of the historical chronology of their country
- now you can see what number every Everton player would wear!
- have a look at the 'Everton Players Numbered Chronologically' section!

- who's managed the most times against Everton?
- who's managed the most clubs against us?!
- well, there's a new 'Opposition Managers' section that will tell you everything you need to know!

- the 'Goals in Most Consecutive Matches' section has been updated!
- it now includes details of which Everton players have scored in the most successive home & away games too!

- who was the last Everton man to play 50 or more games in a season?
- who has played the most games in one season?!
- the new '50 or More Appearances in a Season' section will tell you!

- on the flip side, which players only ever managed 1 game for the club?!
- find out in the new Just One Appearance section!

- we used 27 different players last season in all competitions and 19 of them scored a goal
- is that a lot?! how does it compare to other seasons?
- find out in the new 'Number of Players Used and Goal Scorers - Season-by-Season' section!

- who was the last Everton player to feature in every game in a season?!
- have a look at the new Ever Presents section to find out!

- and how often have we completed League 'doubles' over our opponents in the past?
- alternatively, how often have we been on the receiving end of a double?!
- you can now find out in the new League Doubles For and Against section

- ever wondered which Everton player has been substituted the most times?!
- well, now you can find out - have a look at the new Subbed Off section for full, fascinating details!

- Ademola Lookman scored on his Everton debut last season
- who else has managed that feat for the club?!
- have a look at the new Scored on Their Debut section to find out!

- with Wayne Rooney having returned to Everton action, who else has had 2 separate spells at the club?!
- the new Two or More Spells at Everton section will tell you!

- new boy Jordan Pickford looks like he'll be our keeper for some years to come
- but who else has appeared for us between the sticks in the past?!
- the new Goalkeepers section has all the details!

- and don't forget there's also a new History In Short section too!
- you can see at a glance how many times we've finished in each position in the League
- and where exactly we've been knocked out of the various cup competitions
- have a peek!

Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones

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 How Have Everton Performed On Your
 Birthday In The Past?
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Appearances, Goals & Clean Sheets  

Who Has Played The Most Times For Us? 
Who's Scored The Most Goals? 
Is Big Dunc Our Most Used Sub Ever? 
Click On The Link And Find Out! 


 When We're Good, We're Good.
 When We're Bad, We're Terrible!
 What's The Most Goals We've Ever Scored,
 Or Conceded, In Any One Match?
 Click On The Link To See The Extremes!


Did Over 70,000 People Really Used To Come 
And Watch Us At Home? 
And What Were Our Smallest Crowds, 
Home And Away? 
Click On The Link To See The Figures! 


 Remember 1950-51? We Were Bad!
 Remember 1984-85? We Were Good!!
 Remember 1921-22? Er, No, Thought Not!
 Click On The Link And Pick A Season!


Did We Really Once Lose To Glossop? 
How Bad Have We Been Against Man Utd 
In The Premier League?! 
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 What's Our Best Run Of Victories?
 Or Our Worst Run Of Defeats?
 What's The Longest We've Gone Without
 Defeat? Or Without Winning?
 Click On The Link To Reveal The Sequences!


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Easter, Europe, Cup Defeats, Big Matches, 
Strange Competitions And More- It's All There! 
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