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Everton 2009/10 Zip Polo Shirt XXXL

Everton 2009/10 Zip Polo Shirt XXXL

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This Everton Training Polo has a rare 1/4 Zip. This item is in great condition and a size 3XL. 

In the 2009/2010 season, Everton had a reasonably successful campaign across all competitions. Here's a brief overview:

  1. Premier League: Everton finished 8th in the Premier League that season, securing 61 points from 38 matches. They won 16 matches, drew 13, and lost 9, scoring 60 goals and conceding 49.

  2. FA Cup: Everton reached the FA Cup Fourth Round.

  3. League Cup (Carabao Cup): They were eliminated in the Fourth Round of the League Cup by Tottenham Hotspur.

  4. UEFA Europa League: Everton participated in the UEFA Europa League that season. They were eliminated in the Round of 32 by Sporting CP.

During the 2009/2010 season, Everton had several key players who made significant contributions to the team:

  1. Tim Howard (Goalkeeper): Howard was a stalwart in goal for Everton, providing stability and making crucial saves throughout the season.

  2. Leighton Baines (Left-back): Baines was a vital player for Everton, known for his attacking prowess from the left-back position and his precise delivery from set-pieces.

  3. Phil Jagielka (Center-back): Jagielka formed a solid defensive partnership at the heart of Everton's defense, showcasing his leadership and defensive abilities.

  4. Marouane Fellaini (Midfielder): Fellaini was a dominant presence in midfield, using his physicality and aerial ability to control the midfield and contribute both defensively and offensively.

  5. Mikel Arteta (Midfielder): Arteta was known for his creativity and passing ability in midfield, often dictating Everton's tempo and orchestrating attacks.

  6. Steven Pienaar (Midfielder): Pienaar provided creativity and energy on the wings, with his dribbling skills and vision causing problems for opposition defenses.

  7. Louis Saha (Striker): Saha was Everton's main attacking threat, using his pace and clinical finishing to score important goals throughout the season.

Everton's home ground, Goodison Park, is one of the most iconic stadiums in English football. It has a rich history dating back to 1892 and is known for its traditional atmosphere and passionate fans.

Everton has a renowned youth academy known for producing talented players. Players like Wayne Rooney, Ross Barkley, and Tom Davies have all come through Everton's youth system before making an impact in professional football.

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