THE BLUE ROOM
THIS IS NOT
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!
A TEPID END TO THE SEASON AT THE EMIRATES ...
- ... the game was our 41st this
season in all competitions
- that's the fewest we've had in one season since 39 back in 1913/14!
- the defeat kept up our dreadful recent record away at Arsenal!
- we've lost on all of our last 4 trips to their place now, three
in the League and one in the FA Cup
- and in our last 23 visits to Arsenal in all competitions, our
record is a pitiful W0 D4 L19 - F18 A58
- 21 of those games were in the Premier League giving us a W0
D4 L17 - F16 A51 record
- our last away win against the Gunners was also our only
Prem away win against them
- that was a
2-1 victory in January 1996
- it's not quite our worst away run without a win, however
- we've failed to record a victory at Chelsea in 26 trips - W0
D11 L15 in all competitions!
- in the League it's W0 D10 L12 since our last
win, 1-0, at Stamford Bridge in November 1994
- overall, home & away in all competitions, Arsenal are
our least favourite opponents!
(on a points per game basis; including only teams
we've played 5 or more times)
- away from home in all competitions, they
are our 2nd least favourite opponents!
- only at Leeds have we fared worse!
(on a points per game basis; including only teams
we've played 4 or more times)
- just in the Premier League away from home they
are also our least favourite opponents!
(on a points per game basis)
- overall in the Premier League, home & away, they are our
2nd least favourites behind only Man Utd!
(on a points per game basis)
- it was our 50th
Premier League meeting with Arsenal, home & away
- and we comprehensively failed to complete our first
League double against them since 1985/86!
- horrifically, since then they have beaten us home & away
in the League in 10 different seasons!
- Romelu Lukaku's goal, by the way, took us up to 250 against
them in all comps at all venues
- the defeat at Arsenal means we ended the season with 18 away
- that's our lowest total since we only managed 10 in 2003/04!
- and the loss took our run of away games without a victory up
to 8 matches
- that's the worst since a run of 10 (all in the Prem) over 2
campaigns ending in Aug 2013
- the last time it happened within the same season was a run of
8 in all comps in Jan
to Apr 2009
- the last time we went 8 away Prem games without a win
in the same season was a long time ago!
- it was way in back
in December 2003 to May 2004 in fact!
- all a bit different to our record at Goodison Park this season!
- at home we had 13 League victories this season
- that's the same as in 2013/14 and our most since 14
- it's also the same as in the last 2 seasons combined!
- we also ended the seaon with our highest ever home Premier League
- we managed 43 home points this season
- that overtakes the 42 we racked up in 2012/13
- and it was our most since 45 in 1989/90
- and we scored 42 home League goals in this campaign
- that's our best return since 49 in 1986/87
- our average home League attendance this season was 39,310
- that's our best since an average of 39,513
- compare all this to last
- 23 home points was the lowest in the club's history (using 3
- 30 home goals conceded was the joint most in our Premier League
- 5 home wins and 9 defeats were both the equal 2nd worst returns
in our League history
- still, the difference between our home form and our away form
has been so marked
- there's a 25 point gap between our home points (43) and our
away points (18)!
- that's the largest differential since 31 (45 v 14) in 1989/90!
- at least Romelu Lukaku remembered how to score!
- his goal at Arsenal was his 87th for us in all competitions
- that moves him into joint 16th place on our All-Time
- he's now level with the legendary Golden Vision, Alex Young
- it was also Rom's 68th for us in the League
- that's the same as 1940/50s inside-forward Eddie Wainwright
- they're now equal in 20th place on our All-Time
League Scoring chart
- Romelu finished the season with 26 goals for us in all competitions
- that's 1 more than he managed in our last campaign
- and it's the most since Gary
Lineker's 40 in 1985/86
- Rom has now been our top goalscorer for 4 successive seasons
- the last Everton player to manage that in all competitions was
Bob Latchford in 1978/79
- Bob's run actually stretched to 5 consecutive seasons from 1974/75
- just counting League games, Rom has also been our top marksman
for 4 seasons in a row
- Big Bob was also the last player to manage that from 1974/75
- and Romelu has now scored 20 or more goals for us in all competitions
for the last 3 seasons
- once again, Bob Latchford was the last to achieve that for us
from 1976/77 to 1978/79
- Rom's goal at the Emirates was our 62nd League goal this season
- that's our best since the 64 we scored in 1995/96
- the penalty from which Rom scored was our 200th
away from home in our competitive history!
- we've scored 140 of them and seen 60 miss or be saved
- we ended the season with 19 different scorers in all competitions
- jointly with 2011/12
that's the most we've ever had in one season!
- in the League we had 17 different scorers - that's 1 behind
the club record, also set in 2011/12
- the defeat at Arsenal kept up our poor recent record in Sunday
League games away from home
- our record in the last 9 is now W1 D1 L7
- the loss didn't affect our final League position, of course
- we already knew that we were guarenteed to finish in 7th place
- that's the 11th
time we've finished there in either the Premier League or
the old Division 1
- that's behind only 11th place (12 times) as our most frequent
top flight finishing position
- and where does this season leave us in terms of all-time League
- well, you can find out by clicking
- the section has the all-time Top Flight table - as well as the
all-time Premier League table!
- and want to see our complete League record against other clubs?!
- well you can!
- there's a new Complete
League Record Against Other Clubs section here!
- Leighton Baines made his 374th appearance for us in all competitions
at the Emirates
- that puts him joint 19th with Tommy Wright on our All-Time
- no other full-backs have played more games for the club!
- Phil Jagielka, meanwhile, made his 290th League appearance for
- he's moved to joint 25th place on our All-Time
League Appearances list
- Jags is now level with 1920s/30s full-back Warney Cresswell
- Ross Barkley's sub appearance was his 150th Premier League game
for the club
- he's the 20th
player to reach that milestone for us
- and Romelu Lukaku has joined fellow Belgian Marouane Fellaini
in joint 25th place on that list on 141
- Ross has also now moved to joint 15th on our All-Time
Substitute Appearances chart
- he's equal with Joe-Max Moore and Louis Saha on 37 sub games
- Leighton Baines's latest start was his 296th Premier
League start for us
- that's 1 more than Leon Osman managed and he's now 2nd alone
on our Most
Prem Starts chart
- Tim Howard on 354 Prem starts for the club is top of that list!
- Romelu Lukaku, Ashley Williams & Ross Barkley all played
39 games for us this season in all comps
- and that is our joint lowest 'Most Appearances' in a season
- in that season John Oster was our most used player with 35 appearances
in all competitions
- Kevin Campbell also played a season-high 39 games in 2002/03,
as did David Weir in 2000/01
- and so, that's that for another season!
- thanks for tuning in!
- watch out for new sections appearing over the coming, football-free,
- and have a look at the new ones that popped up in the last few
months (see below)
- also drop by my Twitter
for Everton (and other)-related nonsense whilst we wait for the
- have a good summer, all!
- 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
- 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!
- we've used 27 different players this season in all competitions
and 19 of them have 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
- 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
- you can now find out in the new League
Doubles For and Against section
- ever wondered which Everton player has been substituted the
- 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 earlier this season
- who else has managed that feat for the club?!
- have a look at the new Scored
on Their Debut section to find out!
- 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
- have a peek!
- and new recruit Ashley Williiams is our latest Number 5
- so why not have a look at all of the previous Evertonians who
for us as a Number 5?!
Notable Forthcoming Anniversaries and Milestones
Phil Jagielka needs 1 more appearance to reach 350
for us in all competitions - so far he's made 330 starts + 19
as a sub
Muhamed Besic needs 2 more appearances to reach 50 for us
in all competitions - he's made 31 starts + 17 as a sub so far
Dates of Birth
Click below for information, erm, about
How Have Everton Performed
Birthday In The Past?
Or On Your Wife's? Or The Cat's?
Click On The Link And Pick A Date!
Appearances, Goals & Clean Sheets
Who Has Played The Most Times For
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
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
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?!
Click On The Link And Pick A Team!
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!
A Whole Variety Of Information!
FA Cup 3rd Round, Opening Day, Christmas,
Easter, Europe, Cup Defeats, Big Matches,
Strange Competitions And More- It's All There!
Click On The Link And Pick A Topic!
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