Review – Tim Cahill Legacy

The majority of footballers autobiographies don’t normally sway to far from a set template, early life, football career, bit of controversy and their plans for the future. Although Tim Cahill’s book ‘Legacy’ covers most of this angles, minus the controversy, this book is a little different and all the better for it. Tim’s career is […]

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Scrapbook Blues – Fantastic new book

The 1980s was a glorious period in the history of Everton Football Club. The team, managed by Howard Kendall, beat all before them, twice winning the First Division title, beating Bayern Munich and Rapid Vienna on the way to lifting the European Cup Winners Cup and defeating Watford as they lifted the FA Cup at […]

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Review: Official Programme App

Ahead of the match with Oldham Athletic we thought we would try the new Everton Publications App, which brings the Official Match Day Programme into the digital age. First impressions are really good, for first time users registration is required, but unlike a number of forms, only 4 fields require completion. A number of subscription […]

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Reviews: The Everton Encyclopedia

This brilliant book by James Corbett is a must for all Evertonians of any age. The book doubles as an excellent reference on all things Everton or for those wanting to make sure they know their history it takes you through in some detail every player to ever play for the Blues. The Everton Encyclopedia […]

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