Can Liverpool and Everton reign supreme once again?

In the Premier League today, the general view is that Manchester United and Manchester City are the “best teams”. Some will try and say that Chelsea match these team’s, but that’s simply not true. The 1980’s was the Merseyside decade. During time from the 1980-81 season up to 1989-90 season; Liverpool won 5 titles and … Continue reading

Olympic games was the ‘greatest experience of my life’, says Rachel Brown

Women’s football has taken leaps and bounds in recent years, and with the huge success and popularity of the Ladies Team GB football team at the recent London Olympic Games, it can only get bigger and better.

Everton 2 – 2 Newcastle United: Tributes to the 96 made before extraordinary match

In a game started by rapturous applause and respect for the Hillsborough Justice Campaign by Liverpool’s Merseyside neighbours and rivals Everton, later dubbed ‘Merseyside United’, Newcastle earned a point at Goodison Park in a game that was central to more ‘goal-line technology’ controversy.

Everton 1-0 Man Utd – Marouane Fellaini helps lift Everton to dream opener

After last season’s 4-4 spectacular Manchester United and Everton were left with high expectations for this game.  Robin van Persie was the centre of attention after his move to the Manchester club was completed last week but found himself starting on the bench for a Manchester United side which welcomed Nemanja Vidic back into their … Continue reading

Barclays Premier League Preview: The first five

The Euros are now nearly a month behind us, and as August approaches, we take our first look at half of the teams in the Premiership. Rest assured that after the transfer window closes at the end of August, we will provide predictions for the 2012-2013 season.

Steven Pienaar in, Tim Cahill out at Everton

While Steven Pienaar edges closer to a permanent move to Everton and Tim Cahill has opened negotiations with Major League Soccer club New York Red Bulls and has apparently already agreed personal terms.