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A Goodison Uprising

  1. A Goodison Uprising

    This is my first story i have read a few on this site and wanted to attempt my own, any feedback would be much appreciated.




    Today on Merseyside at Goodison Park, a press conference is called by Everton chairman Bill Kenwright.
    Kenwright announced the appointment of young English manager, Dom Long. The Everton chairman stated " this appointment is a new chapter in the clubs history".

    Long's appointment is met with concerns of the young managers inexperience in management and the premier league by pundits press and the fans. All are willing to give the Mr Long time to prove himself in Goodison hot seat, but all warn he better do it quickly or face the chop. The bookies have made Long the leading candidate in the premier league sack race priced at 4/7 to be first dismissed. In Longs address to press in attendance stated " I am delighted to be here at Everton, A club with such rich history, Passionate fans and success within the premier league. I will continue the foundations of the previous regimes, whilst bringing my own brand of football to the club".



    The first assignment for young manager is to evaluate his squad and make decisions in improving the squad and development of young players.


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    Next update will be after pre-season is completed and along with ingoing and outgoing transfers.

    As i stated earlier any feedback would be great.
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  2. Post Pre-Season Update

    The expectation amongst the Goodison faithful is to compete this season for a place in the Europa league to achieve this a top 6 finish is required. pundits and bookies expect Longs team to be in the mix for the Europa league places based on their current squad. The Everton board have agreed a budget of 12.4 million pounds and a maximum wage budget of 1.1 million pounds.


    Rumours are speculating over Longs transfer targets, experts believe Everton squad lacks some quality in midfield positions and possibly the defence. Long refused to confirm the rumours regarding his targets and current squad. Sources believe a transfer bid from CSKA Moscow was rejected after negotiations fell apart for Costa Rican left sided defender Oviado.

    Transfer news: Everton sign 28 year old right sided player Juanfran, from Athletico Madrid, who is transfer listed at the Vincente Calderon. The fee is belived to be 3 million pounds. Another deal was completed for Gauso from Sau Paulo in Brazil for 3.5 million pounds a midfielder tipped to have a bright future.



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    Everton have announced a partnership with Philadelphia Union from the MLS who have Great training facilities and a excellent youth system. Philadelphia founded in 2010 are yet to win any honours in MLS. The partnership has been formed to increase Everton's profile in United States and expand their network of footballing talents.

    Tactics that will be used.


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    Everton played eight friendlies in Pre-Season, winning 5 of these matches and drawing 3.


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    Next up is the premier league opening games my next update will be after completing September in the season so a fair few games to come. as always feedback is welcome!

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    Good luck with your Everton save, Yorkshire Caveman. Have logos for every team in England - including the updated Everton badge - to make your screenshots look better. The folder contains its own config file so just drop it into your Graphics/Clubs folder before you load up your FM and the badges will be in place when it has loaded:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/jjcjhm3msf...gland.zip?dl=0

  4. Starting the Season

    Opening day of the premier league sees Everton make a trip east to Carrow road To face Norwich


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    Everton cruised to a 3-0 lead with goals from Lukaku on 6 mins, Miralllas doubling the lead on 22 mins and Gareth Barry adding a third late on from a corner,Everton then relaxed and Norwich scored two late goals in 4 mins to set up a tense finale. The toffees held on for the 3 points to start the new campaign with a win. In Long's Post match press conference he is quoted saying" I Am Happy to have started the season with a win and am happy with the debuts of Juanfran and Ganso and expect them to improve as season progresses".


    MOM: Kevin Mirallas, Who assisted Everton's first goal and added a goal for himself from the right wing.




    The next opposition for the Toffees is a home game against Southampton, Long names a unchanged starting line-up from last week meaning Ganso has to settle for place on bench again.


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    Everton's attacking football provides a early goal for Romelu Lukaku to put toffees ahead. Despite some dominance by Everton the score remains 1-0 until half time. Long is forced to make a couple of changes due to a injury. Mirallas changes flank, Juanfran is pushed forward and Osman replaces him in right back for Pienaar. A sloppy pass on 63 by Distin allows Waynama to capitalise and score a powerful shot from the edge of the box to level the score. Mirallas and Juanfran waste good chances to give Everton the lead late on but the Toffees have to settle for point.


    Mom: James McCarthy controlling the midfield for Everton by breaking up play and passing efficiently.




    Everton next sees them entertain in Capital One Cup against Leyton Orient, Several changes are made to Long's starting line-up.

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    Everton dominated the majority of the match, The inspired O's keeper kept the score respectable for the league 1 side. Everton registered a 2-0 win to progress to the third round of the tournament.


    MOM: Seamus Coleman strong performance at right back




    A trip to Brittania to face Mark Hughes's Stoke Side is next in the calender for Everton before the September International Break.

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    A Scrappy game at Brittiania staduim sees Everton and Stoke play out a draw meaning the merseysiders end the month unbeaten in 6th place on 5 points from 3 games. The game was very stop sart due to niggling little fouls by both sides.


    Mom:Romelu Lukaku leading the front line and bagging himself a goal.



    Everton's first game back after the september international break is an away game to West Brom.




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    It took a headed finish from a set piece to give Everton the slim victory by Distin. Victory for Everton also handed ended West Brom's Unbeaten start to the season.


    MOM: Sylvain Distin showing a strong defensive performance by controlling the line and heading the winner for his team.


    The next week for Long's Everton squad provides back to back against Chelsea in the league and cup respectively.


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    A sold out crowd at Goodison Park saw a inspired Peter Cech deny Everton allowing his side to score two goals on the counter. Oscar's brace gave Chelsea sink the toffees for the first defeat of the season.


    MOM: James McCarthy A good performance from the middle of the park by breaking up oppositions play and passing nicely.


    3 Days later saw Everton travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea again. Everton will have to continue with ineligible Lukaku who is unable to play against his parent club. Everton dropped Barkley and McCarthy to the bench for this cup tie whilst Jose Mourinho makes significant changes to his lineup from the weekend.



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    A incredibly even typically Scrappy cup Tie at the Bridge saw the game complete the regulation 90 mins without either side find a way to break the deadlock and claim a safe passage to the next round of the Capital Cup. The additional 30 mins of extra time failed to provide spectators a victor meaning the tie was going to have to be settled from the spot.


    Chelsea progressed after Leon Osman missed his penalty by striking it straight at Cech.


    MOM: Tim Howard Keeping Chelsea at bay with some big saves as the Everton defense tired out as the match grew older.




    The end of the month Everton had another tough test against former manager David Moyes's Manchester United side at home.

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    After the toffees fell behind around the half hour mark from a perfectly excuted set piece by Manchester saw them spurn a sensational comeback performance that saw one of England's most successful clubs in history humbled much to joy of the Goodison faithful.


    MOM: James McCarthy after being brought on from the bench for a injured Gibson, assited a goal and managed to get himself on the scoresheet.




    September sees Longs everton side sat in 6th place on 11 points regardless of a cup elimination and a first league defeat for the young manager.


    Next update after October has been completed
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  5. October Update

    October sees the table starting to take shape for teams fortunes and possibly re-evaluate targets for the remainder of the English season.

    Everton start the month at home to lowly West Ham who are languishing down in the relegation zone.
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    On this October afternoon Long's Everton side recorded a comfortable victory with loan star Lukaku bagging himself a stunning hat trick.

    MOM: Romelu Lukaku scoring a stunning hat trick with deadly finishes.


    A short domestic break is observed for international qualifiers, which provides some upsetting news for the Goodison faithful. Key man and winger Kevin Mirallas picked up a injury whislt on duty and expected to miss the majority of the next month for his side.

    Next on calender For the Toffees is a clash with Arsenal at the Emirates.


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    A poor all round performance sees Longs side suffer a humbling 2nd domestic defeat of the season to the hard working Gunners.

    MOM: Ross Barkley worked hard in Everton's midfield to try get his side into the game.


    Long's side will try to bounce back from the previous games defeat in the Welsh capital against Cardiff who sit in the table just below the Merseysiders with 2 points separating the two teams.


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    These 2 sides provided a 6 goal thriller, great for the neutrals not for the managers. Both sides conceded goals due to poor defensive decisions, if one of the defences had been stronger one of these teams would of been able to claim a victory.


    MOM: Steven Naismith scoring a brace for Everton from the wings.



    With the season well underway by this stage, Everton are lingering around where pundits and experts belive where the Toffees would be predicted to finish. Everton are currently sat in 7th place in the English premier league. A concern for Long is that right sided player Juanfran has been ruled out for next month and Mirallas is still too return to first team action.


    Next update once the next month has been completed.

    As always any feedback would be great. I understand i could download logos for the league but last time i did my game and computer went ass end up so not going to bother.
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  6. November Update

    The Toffees start the new month at Goodison Park against Alan Pardew's Newcastle, who are the surprise package of the league sat in 4th place after a excellent series of results.


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    A hard fought battle that either side could of claimed a victory from was taken away from Everton by Newcastle super sub Luuk De Jong in the 90th min of the game with a strike at close range beating Tim Howard.

    MOM: Gareth Barry from a deep role in midfield provided vital protection for Everton's back four.


    Long's Everton side are now 3 games without a victory entertain a Swansea side who have only managed a win in their previous 5 games on the road in the league.


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    Two late goals cost Everton all 3 points on this Sunday afternoon. A shambles of a defensive clearance left the swans jubilant and Goodison faithful sick to their stomach as they should of seen the game out, the furious expression on the Everton bosses face summed up the frustration of the situation.

    MOM: Kevin Mirallas tormented both full backs by creating a goal and scoring himself before being subbed on 70 mins on his return from injury.

    The November International break passes with no new injury concerns for Everton.

    Everton return to action with a trip to London to face premier league new boys Crystal Palace and look to end a four game victory-less run.


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    A game of two halves, the first a flat dull battle and both sides lacking any sparks to change the score. Second half saw both teams switch on the exciting attacking play modes with Everton displaying the superior finishing touches.

    MOM: Phil Jagielka Organised commanding performance for Everton utilising the offside trap effectively against the Palace forwards.

    Next in Long's and Everton's Calender is a clash with Aston Villa. Villa who are defying critics by sitting in 12th place were tipped for a relegation battle candidates in pre-season. Everton will be without South African winger Steven Pienaar who is ruled out for the next month after going off last week against Palace.



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    On this chilly November afternoon Everton provided the clinical touches to send home fans at Villa Park away dissapointed and make sure thier fans are travelling back to Merseyside happy and satisfied.


    MOM: James McCarthy turned in a performance of the highest class. Anchoring the midfield breaking up opposition play consistently, providing attacking support and even grabbing himself a goal.


    At the end of November Long's Everton are perched in 4th place 5 points off the champions league group stage qualifying places.



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    just to allow you to see how its all panning out in the table

    as usual will be another update after completing december and as well as any feedback being much appreciated.

  7. December Update

    Long's side start the busy winter period with a game against bottom club Fulham at home.

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    Everton's attacking superiority was too much for Fulhams fragile defense despite only securing a win by a one goal margin.

    MoM: Phil Jagelika made crucial tackles to deny Fulhams striking threats.


    Everton's next fixture is against Manchester City, Who are sitting 2nd in table despite being level pegging with leaders Chelsea on points with goal difference separating them.



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    A outstanding passionate performance by the toffees saw them secure a victory over one of the title favorites in front of a sold out Goodison crowd.

    MoM: Juanfran strong RB performance against Manchester City's talented wingers and forwards.


    The next round of Premier League fixtures sees the clash of two fierce rivals, in possibly one of the greatest derbys in the world. A derby that divides a city, friends and even households. The Merseyside derby, Liverpool VS Everton, red side taking on the blue.



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    A derby that didn't disappoint fans and the neutrals in this passionate region of England. Despite falling behind Everton had more than enough fight in them to stage a comeback and in the process take the bragging rights over their intercity rivals on the oppositions turf within Anfield.

    MoM: Leighton Baines restricting key Liverpool man Luis Suarez and remaining cool to convert a penalty to tie the game and start the Everton comeback.

    Entering the Christmas week, Everton the league form team take on struggling managerless Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.

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    Everton's recent form continued to sparkle in the north east. Attacking football of the highest quality secured a comfortable win for the Toffees.

    MoM: Ross Barkley provided attacking support with sublime passing skill and even adding a goal himself to his clubs cause.

    Boxing Day sees Long's Everton side take on Tottenham, In a intriguing 3rd vs 4th match. 1 Point separates the two sides. Today marks Everton's 1st game of 4 in space of 10 days in the hectic holiday period.


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    The Toffees recent attacking football, winning plaudits from all corners of football, managers and pundits alike was in full effect as Everton blew aside Tottenham side with ease.

    MoM: Romelu Lukaku scoring a hat trick with some unstoppable strikes.


    Two days later sees Long and his team take on Capital One Cup quater finalists Hull City. Long's side have racked up a incredible 7 consecutive victorys, scoring 17 goals whilst only conceding 4 in that period. Last time Everton dropped points was on November 10th.


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    Hull City ran out deserved winners at Goodison, frustrating the home side and catching them out with good counter attacking football.

    MoM: Gareth Barry was a key man balancing defensive and offensive duties in the midfield.


    Everton end the year sat in 3rd place a point behind 2nd placed Manchester City after a incredible series of results saw them earn a spot among the leagues elite clubs and recent form also has sparked speculation that the Toffees could be considered a dark horse in the title picture come May.

    The month also saw Everton chairman Bill Kenwright, confirmed that young manager Dom Long has sealed a contract extension with the club for the next 3 and a half years.


    Any feedback would be great and hoping your enjoying the story so far. as always next update will be after the next month has been completed.

  8. January Update

    The new years 1st round of fixtures provides Everton a match against Norwich.


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    In a game Everton were in control of, collapsed on them and saw them just escape a determined Norwich team with a draw in Everton's 3rd 6 goal draw of the season.

    MoM: Ganso solid performance in midfield after a turbulent start in England.

    The next weekend of the season sees cup football return, this time in the form of the oldest club tournament around, The F.A Cup. Everton will take on SkyBet championship promotion hopefuls Queens Park Rangers at Goodison Park.



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    Q.P.R, despite playing he majority of the match with 10 men after a red card held on against a clearly fustrated Everton side who were may of being feeling the effects of a 4th game in 10 days. A replay as being scheduled at Q.P.R's ground Loftus Road.

    MoM: Romelu Lukaku finished at the end of good Everton move to tie up the game on the stroke of half time.


    Everton will have to look to bounce back from recent results on the south coast at Southampton.



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    The Toffees recent form continued as Everton wasted good chances to take all 3 points over Southampton on this cold January afternoon in the premier league.

    MoM: Steven Pienaar worked tirelessly on the wings and scored the important Everton goal.


    Next up for Long's side is the replay in the F.A cup third round against Q.P.R.



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    The Toffees displayed the difference in quality between the premiership and the championship with a solid efficient victory to progress to the next round of the F.A cup. Q.P.R made it difficult for themselves with poor defending against a punishing attacking force.

    MoM: James McCarthy was solid in central midfield with passing and tackles to provide the basis for Everton's performance.


    Everton now face a injury stricken Stoke side at Goodison Park in the league. Long's side will be looking to use their performance in the cup as a stepping stone to return to winning ways in the league after a several draws in succession.



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    The game couldn't of started worse for Everton as Stoke's loan star signing John Guidetti from Manchester City struck twice in the first 10 mins, a tactic change by Long and Everton's never say die attitude saw them spark another memorable comeback victory. The winner for Long's side was by substitute Ganso with his first for the club.

    MoM: Ross Barkley in a attackive midfield position provided attacking support and was a general nuisance to Stoke defenders.

    Everton will return to cup action with a trip to League 1 side Peterborough United.


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    The league 1 side held their opposition until the half time mark after which Everton stepped up their game and put Peterborough to the sword to surge to the 5th round of the F.A cup.

    MoM: Kevin Mirallas once he got going slammed home a goal and provide an assist to a team mate.

    The Toffees final game of the month in the league come in the form of the current leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea hold a ten point lead over nearest title rivals Manchester City and 12 points ahead of Everton.



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    Chelsea displayed why they are the team in charge of the title race and proved it by hitting Long's side behind by four goals in the first half. Everton managed to restore two goals to make the final score more respectful than it could of been.

    MoM: Steven Pienaar a spark of creativity for a 2nd best Everton team in need of some inspiration.


    The Toffees maintained their 3rd place posistion after the month of January. Everton also failed to bring in any new faces in the transfer window with only a couple of fringe players leaving on loan or permanently.


    as you may notice if your reading ive now got the logos sorted and have updated my pc so updates may come quicker depending on my uni work schudule thou. as always i will update once i have comlpeted the next month of the season.
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  9. February Update

    As February rolls in it means Everton now will face West Brom. The Baggies have lost their last 4 competitive games whilst Everton who have won 3 of their previous 4.

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    A tight fought battle saw Long's side come out victorious over the out of form West Brom side. Everton were stronger in all departments to find the upper hand in the game.

    MoM: Leighton Baines was strong at left back for Everton and providing vital assistance in attack.


    Long's side will now travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United. Man Utd's new manager Marcelo Bielsa has started to turn his side fortunes around since his appointment.



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    Recently resurgent Manchester United dominated possession but a Everton who showed resilience to the claim the draw with a 93 last gasp penalty.

    MoM: Leighton Baines scored both Everton's goals including a 35-40 yard strike from a free kick that could be a possible contender for the goal of the season award. He also had the nerve to remain calm to sweep home the crucial penalty under pressure.

    Everton will continue on the road with a mid-week game against West Ham. The Hammers are fighting for a potential top half finish against the odds of the bookies, who were thinking the London club would at this point in the season deep in a relegation scrap.




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    A poor defensive performance by the Toffees saw West Ham claim a victory over Long's Everton. Everton failed to display enough passion, they may of possibly due to the exhaustion over their recent schedule.

    MoM: Romelu Lukaku scored a powerful header and was trying to get more involved in the game.

    A mere 4 days later sees Everton compete in the 5th round of the English F.A cup. The Toffees have been drawn against League 1 bottom club Stevenage.


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    An uninspiring Everton laboured to a victory over their motivated League 1 counterparts in front of the sold out Stevenage crowd.

    MoM: Ross Barkley covered a lot of ground in the midfield and provided an assist for a team mates goal.

    League football returns with Everton anticipating a huge sold out clash with Arsenal. The Gunners who according to pundits by currently positioned in 8th place are under-performing and facing the possibility of missing out on a european place next season.



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    A game that went 80 mins with either side able to gain the upper hand but with the game in the dieing embers, inspiration struck for Everton's attack.

    MoM: Steven Naismith tucked two goals at the end of good Everton attacking moves to provide the winners for the Merseyside team.

    At the end of February Long's team are still in amongst the champions league places and battling away for the highest possible finish achievable this season.


    next the march update

  10. The Crucial March Period

    Long and his impressive Everton side travel North to St. James Park to face Newcastle. The Magpies are themselves battling for Europa place.


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    A game that was end to end excitement with both clubs cancelling each other out to share the spoils.

    MoM: Kevin Mirallas finished both of Everton's goals and take his personal tally for the season to 10.

    Once again the F.A cup returns and Everton's task is to defeat Manchester United to progress. As Evertons run continues the Goodison faithful's expectations grow bigger and start to dream of the reality of their team lifting the famous silverware.



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    Much to the delight of a packed Goodison Park saw Everton reap the rewards of balancing attack and defence to a deserved narrow victory to carry on their incredible cup run.

    MoM: Sylvain Distin proved a immoveable object in Everton's back line to stop United's attackers.

    Long's side now face relegation threatened Cardiff in a mid-week game. Both sides are coming off narrow victories in the F.A cup.



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    The Toffee's didn't put in the best performances but grinded out a result to display why they are one of the toughest teams to defeat this season.

    MoM: Phil Jagelika as captain led by example with a solid performance plus scoring Everton's only goal from the penalty spot.

    A second Welsh opponent in a week for Everton but this time they travel to Wales to face Swansea. The Swans have drawn their last 3 games.


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    Everton's poor finishing cost them the points this afternoon. Swansea took their chance to upset the travelling Toffees supporters.

    MoM: Sylvain Distin a good performance at CB in a average Everton team performance.

    Now Goodison Park will see Everton entertain Crystal Palace. The Toffees will be looking to bounce back after last weeks defeat against the Swans.


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    Everton transformed from last weeks disappointing performance to a performance of absolute domination by firing in 6 goals for their biggest win of the season.

    MoM: Kevin Mirallas outstanding performance on the wing and scored a high quality hat trick.

    The final game of March for Long's Everton is at home to Aston Villa. Villa are 4 points clear of the relegation zone in 17th place.



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    Todays game was well balanced despite Everton having 3 goals ruled out for offside, fans may of felt a winner was never coming until Lukaku's late strike made the difference.

    MoM: Romelu Lukaku scored 2 crucial goals for Everton and his 20th and 21st goals of the campaign.

    Everton good season continued in of the most crucial months of the season. Long's team are not sat in 2nd place but only 3 points between them and 4 other teams fighting for champions league places.


    Next update after april.
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  11. April Update: The season is close to the end.

    As the season reaches the climax, Everton first face Fulham at Craven Cottage. Long will be hoping to finish the season strongly to secure their Champions League status for the next season.


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    Fulham were simply not good enough to handle Everton's attacking play and finishing. The Toffees claimed victory despite a nervy end after Fulham converted a controversial penalty.

    MoM: Romelu Lukaku scored Everton's 2nd with a neat close range strike.

    Everton will now take on rivals Manchester City in a mid-week game. Both sides are in the European spots and having a 2nd place finish in their sights as Chelsea are on the verge of claiming the title.



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    Everton put in a world class performance to take Manchester City's defence to the cleaners as they rallied from behind to smash home 4 goals.

    MoM: James McCarthy scored Everton's 1st and was the vital link between defence and attack.

    The Toffees supporters will descend on London for a F.A cup semi final at Wembley Stadium against Chelsea.



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    A whipping set piece finished at close range gave Chelsea the victory and break hopeful Everton players and supporters hearts of a F.A cup final.

    MoM: Gareth Barry was strong in defensive midfield for Everton.

    The next game is huge clash in its own right but at this point in the season the importance is amped up even more than usual. The Merseyside derby, Everton take on old intercity rivals Liverpool.



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    Everton bounced back from their F.A cup disappointment by humiliating their city rivals much to the enjoyment of their sold out supporters.

    MoM: James McCarthy assisted and scored a goal in Everton's midfield. His ball control was the key area of Everton's dominance.

    With 3 games left Everton have another high profile game against 3rd placed Tottenham. Spurs are 5 points behind the recently impressive Everton.



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    Long's Toffees prevailed in a close battle at White Hart Lane with a freak looping goal from distance by Kevin Mirallas.

    MoM: Phil Jagielka strong and commanding captain's performance in defense.

    With only 2 games to go after a eventful April sees Chelsea claim the title and Everton seal a Incredible 2nd place in Long's debut season as Everton boss. The Toffees were impressive over the month with some important results over big teams.

    next update final games , post season review and some potential targets for the next season.

  12. Season Close : the end?

    Everton will now play already relegated Sunderland at Goodison Park in the penultimate weekend of the Premier League season.


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    Sunderland were simply the better team as Everton played at a pedestrian pace. Everton had a high amount of shots at goal but finishing was really poor.

    MoM: Leighton Baines was solid on Everton's left side but was unable to inspire his team.

    Everton's final game is against Hull at the KC Stadium. Hull have achieved a top half finish for the season.


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    A late Hull goal against a much changed Everton line-up saw the Tigers take all the points. The Toffees were distictly average in a very evenly balanced match, again Long's side failed to convert any shots.

    MoM: Phil Jagielka put in a decent performance in defence for his team.


    Season Review

    A 2nd place Premier League Finish

    Qualified for the Champions League group stages.

    F.A cup semi finalist (Knocked out by Chelsea)

    Third round Capital One Cup ( Knocked out by Chelsea)

    Everton achieved a incredible 2nd place premier league finish additionally Everton's F.A cup provided futher excitement as they achieved a semi final tie which they lost by a narrow margin. Romelu Lukaku was Everton's top scorer with 22 goals in competitions. The Toffees most assists were provided by Kevin Mirallas.



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    I am ending my story here A) uni work is increasing and its too much additionally stuff B) FM15 is coming soon so season may just end.

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