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The Official Everton Women Podcast is back and, to kick off 2021, there was really only one place to start. Since the last edition of 2020, manager Willie Kirk has penned a new two-and-a-half year contract, while forward - and Kirk's fellow Scot - Claire Emslie has turned her loan deal with the Blues into a permanent move. Listen to the podcast now…
 
In the second of our Bred A Blue series, Birmingham-born striker James Vaughan discusses joining Everton as a six-year-old and embarking on a journey that led to him becoming the Premier League's youngest ever goalscorer a decade later. Now 32, Vaughan is back on Merseyside and regularly scoring goals for League Two Tranmere Rovers. He explains the…
 
Everton's Stadium Development Director Colin Chong and former Blues midfielder turned sports lawyer Gareth Farrelly discuss the latest developments in The People's Project, the complexities of obtaining planning permission to build a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock, and the importance of leaving a legacy in L4. In an interview recorded in late De…
 
As a journalist with the Liverpool Echo, Dave Prentice has reported on Everton for more than 30 years – a journey he details in his new book A Grand Old Team To Report. John Keith is a veteran broadcaster, journalist, football author and stage producer whose professional association with the Toffees dates back to the glory days of Harry Catterick, …
 
In the latest Official Everton Women Podcast, summer recruit Damaris Egurrola talks choosing football over a potential career in tennis, idolising Ronaldinho, and why she loves Goodison Park. The midfielder also discusses speaking four different languages, consulting a Scouse phrasebook following her move to Merseyside and why her Spanish-Dutch fam…
 
In the latest Official Everton Women Podcast we get to know more about Denmark international and Blues summer signing Nicoline Sorensen!'Nico' tells us all about her journey to Merseyside via winning titles in both her homeland and Sweden but explains why sampling success with the Toffees would be the highlight of her career.The forward also talks …
 
In the latest Official Everton Women Podcast, defender Meg Finnigan and goalkeeper Sandy MacIver join Sarah Halpin and Davie Thompson to preview the Women's FA Cup final clash with Manchester City!Hear the Blues pair discuss the confidence in the camp, their thoughts on a potential penalty shootout, and why Simone Magill will be none too happy with…
 
Every Evertonian knows the Kevin Ratcliffe story… or do they?We all know that he’s our most successful ever captain and that he won two league titles, an FA Cup and a European Cup Winners’ Cup during his time at Goodison.And that he is fifth in our all-time appearance list and one of his two goals was a 40-yarder at Anfield against Liverpool!But wh…
 
In the latest Everton Women edition of the Official Everton Podcast, we find out more about summer signing Poppy Pattinson. The England Under-21 international completed a move from Bristol City in July, penning a two-year deal. A native of the north-east, Pattinson joins Sarah Halpin and Davie Thompson to discuss her journey from Sunderland's youth…
 
Thomas Hitzlsperger has described his experience of coming out as gay and the positive impact doing so had on his life in an exclusive interview for the Official Everton Podcast.The former Germany international midfielder opened up publicly about his sexuality in 2014, six months after leaving Everton and calling time on a career that saw him lift …
 
Former midfielder Mark Ward discusses his career journey and road to redemption in the latest edition of the Official Everton Podcast.Learn how Ward recovered from the "bombshell" of being released by Everton as an 18-year-old in 1981 to fight his way back to sign for the Blues under Howard Kendall a decade later - and how he "broke down" on learni…
 
Recorded on the eve of the new WSL season, Hayley Raso discusses her long wait for a Blues debut and what fellow Australian Tim Cahill told her about the Club in the first of a new series for the Official Everton Podcast.Listen to Raso explain how she recovered from damaging three vertebrae in her back to play and score in a World Cup finals just 1…
 
In a new mini-series for the Official Everton Podcast, we're speaking to former Blues about their careers and life journeys after leaving Goodison Park.Our latest guest, Jack Rodwell, joined Everton aged seven and rose through the ranks to make his First-Team debut in 2007 aged just 16.He went on to play for England's senior team four years later a…
 
In a new mini series for the Official Everton Podcast, we're speaking to former Blues about their careers and life journeys after leaving Everton.Our latest guest, Jose Baxter, became the Club's youngest ever player in August 2008 when he appeared in a Premier League game against Blackburn Rovers aged just 16 years and 191 days.Tipped for stardom, …
 
In a special edition of the Official Everton Podcast, Victor Anichebe and Ben Osu of the Anthony Walker Foundation (AWF) shared their experiences as black men growing up in Liverpool.The BBC One drama Anthony, to be broadcast at 8.30pm on Monday (27 July), will revisit the murder of 18-year-old Anthony in Huyton 15 years ago, and imagine the life h…
 
In the first of a new mini-series that will see the Official Everton Podcast speak to former players about their time at Goodison Park and career and life journeys after leaving the Blues, we catch up with Joleon Lescott.Listen now to hear the defender discuss his tough introduction to life at Everton, his role in paving the way for the Blues' sign…
 
Francis Jeffers and Sander Westerveld reliving their infamous Anfield dust-up nearly 21 years after the pair were sent off for squabbling in a Merseyside derby.Don Hutchison explaining Walter Smith’s extraordinary departure from Everton’s usual warm-down routine the morning after winning across Stanley Park.Reflections on the derby goal that never …
 
Why the 1985/86 Everton side was the greatest team Gary Lineker played in.How he finally decided to join Barcelona after weeks of deliberation – and his regret at not staying at Goodison for longer to play for ‘one of Europe’s greatest teams’.The former striker’s love for Howard Kendall, and admiration for current Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti. And …
 
Peter Reid and Adrian Heath are joined by Howard Kendall's son, Simon, to discuss what made Everton's greatest boss the master tactician and man manager he was, how he dealt with pressure away from the pitch and, in Simon's case, what it is like being the child of a serial-winner football legend.By Everton Football Club
 
What did Louis Saha say to make Tim Howard realise he was part of "the Everton fabric"? How did the dressing room disappointment with a 2-2 draw at Arsenal open Landon Donovan's eyes to the standards required of a Toffees player?What are Brian McBride's recollections of his first shooting session with a 17-year-old Wayne Rooney?And which of this we…
 
Which UEFA Cup group game made Lee Carsley and Victor Anichebe reevaluate Everton's stature? How did David Moyes get the best out of his teams in European competition?Why does James McFadden regret leaving so soon? And why do all three former Blues believe Everton is truly unlike any other club?By Everton Football Club
 
This summer, Everton's work in the transfer market brought no fewer than seven new faces to USM Finch Farm.Each came from a different part of the world, each needing to set up a new home in an unfamiliar place which was, in some cases, thousands of miles from home.So what does the Club do to ensure the smoothest possible transition for its incoming…
 
Jimmy Martin talks to the Everton Podcast about his journey from coach driver in the glorious 1980s to kitman to the current squad, handling Gazza, why he had to tell off Champions League winner Samuel Eto’o, and which players’ shirt he would keep above all others.By Everton Football Club
 
Brian Doogan, Ian Snodin and Darren Griffiths discuss all the key Everton talking points direct from the team's base in Split, including:- Wayne Rooney's international retirement and why it's good news for Everton- The overall impact of Rooney since he's been back and how good he's been around the squad- The ground-breaking trip to Tanzania - How s…
 
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