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Premier League 2012/13 - Everton



Club: Everton

Founded: 1878

Nickname: The Toffee's

Ground: Goodison Park (Capacity: 40,157)

When we face off: Sat 17th November (H), Sat 2nd March (A)

Last season finish: 7th - Premier League

Manager: David Moyes - The talented, young manager dismissed speculation concerned with the Tottenham job to continue the superb work he has done with Merseyside club Everton.

Having worked on a small budget for the majority of his time at Goodison Park, the Scotsman has earned many plaudits for his superb work to constantly maintain a top-half finish and push for European places.

Key player: Nikica Jelavić - Everton certainly have the capable midfield players to create chances, but they need a clinical striker to finish them, meaning it could be a big season for the Croatian.

He has already made a big impact at Goodison Park ,with an impressive nine goals in 13 games, so it could be a very prosperous season for the former Rangers striker if he gets the supply.

Season Preview: While others go mad in the transfer market, Everton as always appear under the radar in terms of dealings. With others getting stronger, I feel it could cost them.

They certainly have enough to maintain a top half finish in the Premier League, but pushing for the European places may be slightly beyond the Toffee's. However, with Moyes at the helm, it certainly isn't impossible.
The Journalist

Writer: Josh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 8 2012

Time: 12:44PM

 

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