Everton’s season started with a magnificent Marouane Fellaini-inspired victory over Man Utd and ended meaninglessly with defeat to Chelsea to confirm an unwanted sixth place and David Moyes’ exit. A year that proved Moyes’ last offered some of the most genuine hope seen at Goodison for years, yet ultimately yielded routine feelings of frustration and 

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Everton’s regular late season push is nauseatingly over-referenced. I’ve lost count of the times this season I’ve angrily interrupted insufferable pundits and their propensity to start Toffees-based sentences with ‘Traditionally, David Moyes’ side are slow-starters’. But as we’ve passed the New Year, I’ll risk self-proclaimed hypocrisy to tackle the subject myself. Everton’s propensity to finish 

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The eventful Manchester derby and Liverpool’s comeback win against West Ham quite rightly took precedence on Sunday’s Premier League afternoon, but away from the guise of the television cameras, it was Everton making a significant story of their own as a late comeback win over Tottenham saw the Toffees climb up to fourth place. That 

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