A Patient David Moyes Strikes Gold Again for Everton In Jermaine Beckford

When Jermaine Beckford didn’t pay immediate dividends for Everton, the media scoffed at David Moyes, claiming he had invested too much in one FA Cup goal against Man United by a lower league journeyman. Yet, Beckford, signed on a free transfer, has begun to flourish under Moyes’ patient tutelage.

Forever & Everton: Singing The FA Cup Blues

Darren Loyden debuts on WFC, with a new column hitting back at the too long unchallenged Scouser Report and standing up for the Blue half of Merseyside.

Alphabet Soup: Stirring The Depths Of The Premier League

The letter W is cursed. How else do you explain the plight of West Ham, Wigan, Wolves and West Brom?

The Weekend Catch: WFC’s Football Fixture List For 19-20 February, 2011

This week’s tallies:  twenty matches in fifteen competitions chosen by ten writers.  Hop on for the ride! Chelsea v Everton (Saturday) — It has just occurred to me that Chelsea is a lot like Toy Story.  Seriously.  Roman Abramovich is Andy, although he doesn’t have to wait for Christmas or his birthday for his parents … Read more

Superstitious? Everton, Arsenal, Newcastle & Wigan (?) Lead Freakish Prem Goal Barrage

Do you believe in astrology or numerology?  While I’m not devoted to either ‘science’, they’re always interesting topics for conversation.  I was born on the twelfth day of the twelfth month, which is coincidence enough to perk my interest in numerical relationships.  As for the stars, I’m either a Cat or a Rabbit, dependent upon … Read more

The Weekend Catch: Football’s Best Fixtures For 5-6 February, 2011

The weekend has an incredible range of matches to sample.  WFC brings you 22 of the best, from 12 competitions and served up by 11 writers.  Help yourself! Newcastle v Arsenal (Saturday) – If Newcastle fans want to know what life will be like without Andy Carroll they don’t have to look very far – … Read more

The Scouser Report – Wolves vs Liverpool

After a winter of discontent, things may be looking up for the Red men of Merseyside. Last week, I said that their progress should not be measured by their approach to big games, against the likes of Chelsea, Man United or Everton, but on how they follow up against the lesser sides. Today, Liverpool followed … Read more

The Oz Files: Coast Mariners and Brisbane Roar Share Points In a Thriller

It’s all happening in Australian football. Week 23 of the A-League gave us plenty of great games and great goals. The Socceroos set their Asian Cup campaign off on a good note while if you read my previous article, you’d have seen the great lengths Australian players and clubs are going too to help Queensland’s flood … Read more

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