52 posts tagged Everton
52 posts tagged Everton
Reason no. 4,251 why #GFOPs are the best: Chris Allgood sent Rog this divine creation. The world’s first Nigel Scarf. And with the snows battering the Crap Part of Soho Rog can confirm it is practical as well as beautiful. Chris commissioned the scarf from Etsy star Linda Hagan. He calls it “a big bottomed small of football garb.” Chris, we are blown away by you… Please drop us an email so with your address so we can thank you properly. Dominate.
Update: Linda Hagan can be found here on Etsy
Rog and Davo relive the biblical smiting of Liverpool 4 Everton 0, celebrate Manchester City, and wish guest Rebecca Lowe an Olympic Godspeed.
Listen to this podcast here.
Best part of Rog’s derby experience? Botulism.
Transfer Window special. Arsenal! United! Fellaini RIP! with Georgie Thompson guesting.
Last night in Miami, these guys proved to Rog, there are few happier states of mind than to be drunk, tubby, and Evertonian.
This photo. Tony Hibbert, magazine supermodel.
(for those that don’t know Hibbert, he is top (fish bottom))
One from the archives… Congratulations, Rango Moyes.
Ahead of the Derby… GFOP @zane_rm sent in this @buzzFeed image of Everton fans in 1927. Rog is the one with the sign.
In light of last week’s discussion of team “mascots,” GFOP Nick writes, “I snuck into Wayne Rooney’s house during the Manchester Derby and swipped this off his bedside stand. Hope you enjoy!”
From GFOP @michaeljowardjr: Everton’s Tony Hibbert and Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard as kids.
Fascinating watching this video of David Moyes listening to Gary Neville deconstruct his team’s defending (2 mins 26 secs in).
American soccer fans battling the Black Dog after last night’s eye-acher against Canada can find solace in the one thing our nation does astonishingly — producing a pipeline of the world’s finest follicularly challenged goalkeepers. In this week’s pod, the Men in Blazers sit down with USMNT and Everton’s Tim Howard for an expansive interview. The New Jersey native reflects on the American style of goalkeeping, shares how he first journeyed to England via Manchester United, and pegs Fabian Johnson as a young Von Trapp to watch. His confidence will be the perfect remedy on this day of midwinter discontent.
On happier matters, Michael and Roger mourn the passing of Lady Sybil and delve deep into the resurgence of their beloved FA Cup as the likes of Brentford, Luton, Oldham, and Leeds finally have their day of glory on the pod.