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The third episode of the Official Everton Stadium Podcast has arrived with development back underway after a brief festive break.Plenty of progress has been made since the second episode, with around 480-thousand cubic metres of fluidised sand now at home in the Bramley-Moore Dock.Darren Griffiths caught up with Senior Project Manager, Ben Townsley…
 
Former Everton defender Peter Clarke is the latest guest in our Bred A Blue podcast series.Still going strong as captain of League Two promotion chasing Tranmere Rovers – almost twenty-one years after making his debut for Everton – Clarke turns 40 years of age on 3 January 2022.It was January 2001 when Walter Smith handed him his senior bow at High…
 
Listen to an emotional Gary Speed special edition of the Official Everton Podcast, 10 years on from the tragic passing of the former Blues midfielder.Lifelong Evertonian Speed joined his boyhood club from Leeds United for a fee of £3.5million in July 1996 and went on to make 65 appearances for the Toffees, scoring 18 goals in that time.In our lates…
 
Alan Irvine offered Mick Rathbone some sagely advice when they were discussing the potential of the latter man penning his original autobiography.“Why would anyone walk past Paul Scholes’ book or Gary Neville’s book to pick up yours!” quipeed Irvine.Thankfully, 'Baz' - as everyone in football refers to the former Everton physiotherapist - took no n…
 
Our latest Bred A Blue podcast is with Steve Seargeant who joined the Everton youth ranks in 1966 and went on to play 90 games for the First Team.Steve, born and bred in Liverpool and a lifelong Evertonian, speaks about his experiences coming through the ranks, how he helped Alex Young with his blisters, getting advice from Alan Ball and how winger…
 
16 years on from his Everton debut, James Vaughan opens up on his mental health struggles as a kid and how more can be done to help the youth in society.He also discusses how the battle against racism has evolved with the challenges faced by attacks on social media.Vaughan takes a moment to reflect on his career and the names the best he has played…
 
As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, our latest Bred a Blue feature is with 1970s winger Cliff Marshall.Marshall came through the ranks to become the first black player to appear in the First Team when he made his debut at Goodison Park against Leicester City in 1975.He would only play eight times for Everton before moving across the At…
 
The second episode of the Official Everton Stadium Podcast has arrived and it's 'filled' with information from Bramley-Moore Dock.Construction workers have began to infill the site with sand from the River Mersey, while pumping water from the dock right back into the sea.In our second instalment, Darren Griffiths caught up with those working on sit…
 
One of the founding members of Everton's first-ever Women's Super League team, Fern Whelan helped to build the foundations of what the women's team are today.The former Blues defender began her football journey playing boys football before signing for Everton at the age of 16, having a brief stint with Liverpool Women between.One of England's risin…
 
In an open and honest interview, Campbell spoke of the importance of education of racial equality and calls for harsher punishments for individuals caught discriminating.Campbell became the first-ever black player to captain Everton Football Club, an accolade he is honoured to have on his footballing career.Darren Griffiths caught up with the forme…
 
In the first episode of our new series, we hear from Chairman Bill Kenwright about his pride on breaking ground, Colin Chong provides a progress update you won’t want to miss, the divers plunging in to Bramley-Moore Dock explain how they have been clearing and sealing the basin, as well as what they have found on the dock bed, and we get an insight…
 
From Netherton to the European Championship, the latest guest on our Bred a Blue podcast series is Stoke City and Wales goalkeeper Adam Davies. Davies is currently preparing for his nation’s Euro 2020 last-16 clash against Denmark but he took time out to reflect on his Everton Academy days and his subsequent professional career.…
 
Our latest Bred A Blue podcast guest Gethin Jones explains how his grounding at Everton provided a platform for a successful pro career. The right-back, who has just won promotion to League One with Bolton, reflects on working with the Duncan Ferguson at the Academy and the vital positional change that shaped him as a footballer.…
 
In our latest episode of the Official Everton Women Podcast, Gabby George is joined by Everton physio Charlotte Doughty to discuss the physical and mental challenges of her year-long injury layoff, her big ambitions with the Toffees, and 'inspirational' cousin Jesse Lingard.By Everton Football Club
 
On 31 March 2001, a young defender made his First-Team debut for Everton in a Premier League match at West Ham United.Tony Hibbert would go on to make 329 appearances for the Blues, famously without ever finding the back of the net.Little did he believe when he made his bow at Upton Park - and won a first-half penalty when he was fouled inside the …
 
Anyone who is a regular listener to the Official Everton Women Podcast will know a debate has raged all season long as to whether Danielle Turner or Hayley Raso is the fastest Blue. In our latest episode, we get the official answer - and it's neither of them! Listen to our newest podcast, featuring Club captain Turner and assistant boss Chris Rober…
 
Jill Scott talks to Sarah Halpin and Davie Thompson about her return to Everton, racking up 150 caps for the Lionesses and her new venture away from football... opening a coffee shop! The midfielder also discusses the Everton tattoo she got during her first spell with the Club, why Cristiano Ronaldo is an inspiration when it comes to her plans to p…
 
When Sven-Goran Eriksson was appointed boss of Roma in 1984, he inherited a gifted midfielder by the name of Carlo Ancelotti.Eriksson promptly identified the Italian’s ability to inspire those around him and ultimately named him Roma captain.Eriksson is convinced Everton pulled off a great coup when they landed Ancelotti as manager – and in this ep…
 
Carlo Ancelotti was immediately impressed by the insight and communication skills of coach Paul Clement after being appointed Chelsea boss in the summer of 2009.The pair would go on to win seven major honours together, including domestic titles in England, France and Spain, and the 2014 Champions League with Real Madrid.Who better then to tell us w…
 
Xabi Alonso first encountered Carlo Ancelotti when he took charge at Real Madrid eight years ago.The pair won the 2014 Champions League together - and reunited when Ancelotti was appointed boss of Bayern Munich in 2016.Alonso’s final season before retiring concluded with an Ancelotti-inspired Bundesliga title success.In this episode, the Spaniard d…
 
Kakha Kaladze was at AC Milan for the duration of Carlo Ancelotti’s glittering eight-year reign.The defender won two Champions Leagues and a Serie A title under the Italian and remains thankful to his former manager for his enduing support throughout traumatic off-field circumstances.A prominent politician, Kaladze is now mayor of the Georgian capi…
 
Pietro Vierchowod was a formidable defender with Roma, Sampdoria and the Italian national team.He was a teammate of Carlo Ancelotti in Roma’s Serie A winning team in 1982/83 and again with Italy at two World Cups.Vierchowod and Ancelotti formed a strong bond and the centre-back is certain Italy’s fate at their own World Cup in 1990 would have alter…
 
Pietro Strada was a forward in Carlo Ancelotti’s Reggiana team when he embarked on his first managerial job 25 years ago.Italian Strada played a key role in his side’s promotion to Serie A and followed Ancelotti to Parma the following season.In this episode, Strada explains how even from those early days, he knew Ancelotti the manager was destined …
 
In Knowing Carlo, we seek to discover what has driven our serial-winner manager during a trophy-laden football career spanning six decades.We have spoken to those who have inside knowledge of what makes the Italian tick – those who have played with him, played under him, managed him, and stood alongside him for some of his greatest achievements.Mic…
 
Academy graduate Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah joins Sarah Halpin and Davie Thompson to discuss why she's more excited than she's ever been in her 16 years with Everton, how the return of Jill Scott has brought plenty of laughter to the Blues' dressing room... and which member of the current squad makes the worst cup of tea!Boye-Hlorkah also reveals which…
 
England star Izzy Christiansen talks to Sarah Halpin about the arrivals of Jill Scott and Alisha Lehmann, being captivated by James Rodriguez, rediscovering her childhood joy of football with the Blues, and why she believes "the whole Club is going places". The former Lyon midfielder also discusses taking her first steps in punditry, how the enthus…
 
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, …
 
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