1995–96 Everton F.C. season

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Everton
1995–96 season
Chairman England Peter Johnson
Manager England Joe Royle
Stadium Goodison Park
FA Premier League 6th
FA Cup Fourth round
Coca Cola Cup Second round
Charity Shield Winners
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Second Round
Top goalscorer Kanchelskis (16)
Average home league attendance 35,435

During the 1995–96 English football season, Everton F.C. competed in the FA Premier League (known as the FA Carling Premiership for sponsorship reasons).

Season summary[edit]

A great season of tremendous goalscoring from the lightning quick feet of Andrei Kanchelskis, Everton's dramatic signing from vanquished foes Manchester United following on from, the great FA Cup Final victory last season, gave Everton fans a lot of fine moments as they finished a very creditable 6th in the Premier League under manager Joe Royle, finishing just one place and two points short of a UEFA Cup place. However, Everton failed to make an impact either of the domestic cups or in their first European campaign in a decade. At the end of the season, Royle agreed a £3.5million fee with Leeds United for midfielder Gary Speed.

Final league table[edit]

Pos Team Pl W D L F A Pts
1. Manchester United 38 25 7 6 73 35 82
2. Newcastle United 38 24 6 8 66 37 78
3. Liverpool 38 20 11 7 70 34 71
4. Aston Villa 38 18 9 11 52 35 63
5. Arsenal 38 17 12 9 49 32 63
6. Everton 38 17 10 11 64 44 61
7. Blackburn Rovers 38 18 7 13 61 47 61
8. Tottenham Hotspur 38 16 13 9 50 38 61
9. Nottingham Forest 38 15 13 10 50 54 58
10. West Ham United 38 14 9 15 43 52 51
11. Chelsea 38 12 14 12 46 44 50
12. Middlesbrough 38 11 10 17 35 50 43
13. Leeds United 38 12 7 19 40 57 43
14. Wimbledon 38 10 11 17 55 70 41
15. Sheffield Wednesday 38 10 10 18 48 61 40
16. Coventry City 38 8 14 16 42 60 38
17. Southampton 38 9 11 18 34 52 38
18. Manchester City 38 9 11 18 33 58 38
19. Queens Park Rangers 38 9 6 23 38 57 33
20. Bolton Wanderers 38 8 5 25 39 71 29
Key
Qualified for the Champions League
Qualified for the UEFA Cup
Qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup
Relegated to Division One

Results[edit]

Everton's score comes first[1]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

FA Premier League[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
19 August 1995 Chelsea A 0-0 29,858
23 August 1995 Arsenal H 0-2 36,047
26 August 1995 Southampton H 2-0 33,668 Limpar, Amokachi
30 August 1995 Manchester City A 2-0 28,432 Parkinson, Amokachi
9 September 1995 Manchester United H 2-3 39,496 Limpar, Rideout
17 September 1995 Nottingham Forest A 2-3 24,786 Rideout (2)
23 September 1995 West Ham United A 1-2 21,085 Samways
1 October 1995 Newcastle United H 1-3 33,080 Limpar
14 October 1995 Bolton Wanderers A 1-1 20,427 Rideout
22 October 1995 Tottenham Hotspur H 1-1 33,629 Stuart
28 October 1995 Aston Villa A 0-1 32,792
5 November 1995 Blackburn Rovers H 1-0 30,097 Stuart
18 November 1995 Liverpool A 2-1 40,818 Kanchelskis (2)
22 November 1995 Queens Park Rangers H 2-0 30,009 Stuart, Rideout
25 November 1995 Sheffield Wednesday H 2-2 35,898 Kanchelskis, Amokachi
2 December 1995 Tottenham Hotspur A 0-0 32,894
11 December 1995 West Ham United H 3-0 31,778 Stuart, Unsworth (pen), Ebbrell
16 December 1995 Newcastle United A 0-1 36,557
23 December 1995 Coventry City A 1-2 16,639 Rideout
26 December 1995 Middlesbrough H 4-0 40,019 Short, Stuart (2), Kanchelskis
30 December 1995 Leeds United H 2-0 40,009 Wetherall (own goal), Kanchelskis
1 January 1996 Wimbledon A 3-2 11,121 Ebbrell, Ferguson (2)
13 January 1996 Chelsea H 1-1 34,968 Unsworth (pen)
20 January 1996 Arsenal A 2-1 38,275 Stuart, Kanchelskis
3 February 1996 Southampton A 2-2 15,136 Stuart, Horne
10 February 1996 Manchester City A 2-0 37,354 Parkinson, Hinchcliffe (pen)
21 February 1996 Manchester United A 0-2 42,459
24 February 1996 Nottingham Forest H 3-0 33,163 Kanchelskis, Watson, Ferguson
2 March 1996 Middlesbrough A 2-0 29,807 Grant, Hinchcliffe (pen)
9 March 1996 Coventry City H 2-2 34,517 Ferguson (2)
17 March 1996 Leeds United A 2-2 29,425 Stuart, Kanchelskis
23 March 1996 Wimbledon H 2-4 31,382 Short, Kanchelskis
30 March 1996 Blackburn Rovers A 3-0 29,468 Amokachi, Kanchelskis (2)
6 April 1996 Bolton Wanderers H 3-0 37,974 Hottiger, Kanchelskis, Amokachi
8 April 1996 Queens Park Rangers A 1-3 18,349 Ebbrell
16 April 1996 Liverpool H 1-1 40,120 Kanchelskis
27 April 1996 Sheffield Wednesday A 5-2 32,724 Amokachi, Ebbrell, Kanchelskis (3)
5 May 1996 Aston Villa H 1-0 40,127 Parkinson

FA Charity Shield[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
13 August 1995 Blackburn Rovers N 1-0 40,149 Samways

FA Cup[edit]

Main article: 1995–96 FA Cup
Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R3 7 January 1996 Stockport County H 2-2 28,921 Stuart, Ablett
R3R 17 January 1996 Stockport County A 3-2 11,283 Ferguson, Stuart, Ebbrell
R4 27 January 1996 Port Vale H 2-2 33,168 Amokachi, Ferguson
R4R 14 February 1996 Port Vale A 1-2 19,197 Stuart

League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R2 First Leg 20 September 1995 Millwall A 0-0 12,053
R2 Second Leg 4 October 1995 Millwall H 2-4 14,891 Hinchcliffe (pen), Stuart

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R1 First Leg 20 September 1995 KR Reykjavik A 3-2 5,956 Ebbrell, Unsworth (pen), Amokachi
R1 Second Leg 28 September 1995 KR Reykjavik H 3-1 (won 6-3 on agg) 18,422 Grant, Rideout, Stuart
R2 First Leg 19 October 1995 Feyenoord H 0-0 27,526
R2 Second Leg 2 November 1995 Feyenoord A 0-1 (lost 0-1 on agg) 40,289

Squad[edit]

[1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Wales GK Neville Southall
2 England DF Earl Barrett
3 England DF Andy Hinchcliffe
4 England DF David Unsworth
5 England DF Dave Watson (captain)
6 England DF Gary Ablett
7 England MF Graham Stuart
8 England FW Paul Rideout
9 Scotland FW Duncan Ferguson
10 Wales MF Barry Horne
11 Sweden MF Anders Limpar
12 Nigeria FW Daniel Amokachi
13 Australia GK Jason Kearton
14 England MF John Ebbrell
15 England DF Matt Jackson
16 England MF Vinny Samways
17 Russia MF Andrei Kanchelskis
No. Position Player
18 England MF Joe Parkinson
19 Switzerland DF Marc Hottiger
20 England FW Tony Grant
21 England DF Craig Short
22 England MF Peter Holcroft
23 England FW Michael Branch
24 England DF Jon O'Connor
25 England DF Neil Moore
26 England DF Graham Allen
27 England MF Mark Grugel
28 England MF Chris Price
29 England MF Andrew Weathers
30 England MF Gerard Hennigan
32 England DF Matt Woods
33 England GK James Speare
35 England DF John Hills

Sold during season[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
19 England FW Stuart Barlow (to Oldham Athletic)
23 England DF Alex Smith (to Swindon Town)
No. Position Player
34 England DF Paul Holmes (to West Bromwich Albion)

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