1990–91 Everton F.C. season

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Everton
1990–91 season
Manager Colin Harvey
(until 31 October 1990)
Jimmy Gabriel
(caretaker)
Howard Kendall
(from 7 November 1990)
Stadium Goodison Park
First Division 9th
FA Cup 6th round
Full Members' Cup Runners-up
Top goalscorer League: Tony Cottee (10)
All: Tony Cottee (24)
Highest home attendance 40, 201 (vs. Liverpool, 27 February 1991)
Lowest home attendance 4,609 (vs. Sunderland, 22 January 1991)

During the 1990–91 English football season, Everton F.C. competed in the Football League First Division. They finished 9th in the table, advanced to the 6th round of the FA Cup and were the runners-up in the Full Members' Cup, losing to Crystal Palace in the final at Wembley.

Final League Table[edit]

Pos Club P W D L GF GA W D L GF GA Pts
1 Arsenal 38 15 4 0 51 10 9 9 1 23 8 83
2 Liverpool 38 14 3 2 42 13 9 4 6 35 27 76
3 Crystal Palace 38 11 6 2 26 17 9 3 7 24 24 69
4 Leeds United 38 12 2 5 46 23 7 5 7 19 24 64
5 Manchester City 38 12 3 4 35 25 5 8 6 29 28 62
6 Manchester United 38 11 4 4 34 17 5 8 6 24 28 59
7 Wimbledon 38 8 6 5 28 22 6 8 5 25 24 56
8 Nottingham Forest 38 11 4 4 42 21 3 8 8 23 29 54
9 Everton 38 9 5 5 26 15 4 7 8 24 31 51
10 Tottenham Hotspur 38 8 9 2 35 22 3 7 9 16 28 49
11 Chelsea 38 10 6 3 33 25 3 4 12 25 44 49
12 Queens Park Rangers 38 8 5 6 27 22 4 5 10 17 31 46
13 Sheffield United 38 9 3 7 23 23 4 4 11 13 32 46
14 Southampton 38 9 6 4 33 22 3 3 13 25 47 45
15 Norwich City 38 9 3 7 27 32 4 3 12 14 32 45
16 Coventry City 38 10 6 3 30 16 1 5 13 12 33 44
17 Aston Villa 38 7 9 3 29 25 2 5 12 17 33 41
18 Luton Town 38 7 5 7 22 18 3 2 14 20 43 37
19 Sunderland 38 6 6 7 15 16 2 4 13 23 44 34
20 Derby County 38 3 8 8 25 36 2 1 16 12 39 24
  • Pld = Matches ; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; Pts = Points
  • Arsenal deducted two points; Manchester United deducted one point due to a brawl in a game between both teams.
Key
League Champions, qualified for the European Cup
Qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup
Qualified for UEFA Cup
Relegated

Results[edit]

Everton's score comes first[1]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

Football League First Division[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
25 August 1990 Leeds H 2-3 34,412 Nevin, Ebbrell
29 August 1990 Coventry A 1-3 12,902 Nevin
1 September 1990 Manchester City A 0-1 31,456
8 September 1990 Arsenal H 1-1 29,919 Newell
15 September 1990 Sunderland A 2-2 25,004 Sharp, Newell
22 September 1990 Liverpool H 2-3 39,847 Hinchcliffe, McCall
29 September 1990 Southampton H 3-0 23,093 Cottee 2, Ebbrell
7 October 1990 Nottingham Forest A 1-3 25,790 McDonald
20 October 1990 Crystal Palace H 0-0 24,504
27 October 1990 Luton Town A 1-1 10,047 Nevin
3 November 1990 Queens Park Rangers H 3-0 22,352 Newell, Nevin, McDonald
10 November 1990 Sheffield United A 0-0 21,447
18 November 1990 Tottenham Hotspur H 1-1 28,716 McCall
24 November 1990 Wimbledon A 1-2 6,411 Sheedy (pen)
1 December 1990 Manchester United H 0-1 32,400
8 December 1990 Coventry H 1-0 17,472 McCall
16 December 1990 Leeds A 0-2 27,775
22 December 1990 Norwich City A 0-1 14,294
26 December 1990 Aston Villa H 1-0 27,804 Sharp
29 December 1990 Derby County H 2-0 25,361 Newell, Nevin
1 January 1991 Chelsea A 2-1 18,351 Sharp, Cundy J (og)
13 January 1991 Manchester City H 2-0 22,774 Beagrie, Sheedy
19 January 1991 Arsenal A 0-1 35,349
2 February 1991 Sunderland H 2-0 23,124 Sheedy, Beagrie,
9 February 1991 Liverpool A 1-3 38,127 Nevin
23 February 1991 Sheffield United H 1-2 28,148 Cottee
2 March 1991 Manchester United A 2-0 45,656 Newell, Watson
16 March 1991 Southampton A 4-3 15,410 Watson, Milligan, Newell, Cottee
23 March 1991 Nottingham Forest H 0-0 23,078
30 March 1991 Aston Villa A 2-2 27,660 Warzycha 2
1 April 1991 Norwich H 1-0 20,485 Newell
10 April 1991 Wimbledon H 1-2 14,590 Cottee
13 April 1991 Chelsea H 2-2 19,526 Cottee, Ebbrell
20 April 1991 Crystal Palace A 0-0 16,439
24 April 1991 Tottenham Hotspur A 3-3 21,675 Nevin, Stewart P (og), Cottee
4 May 1991 Luton Town H 1-0 19,809 Cottee
8 May 1991 Derby County A 3-2 12,403 Cottee 2, Sheedy
11 May 1991 Queens Park Rangers A 1-1 12,508 Nevin

FA Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
3 5 January 1991 Charlton Athletic A 2-1 12,234 Sheedy 2
4 27 January 1991 Woking H 1-0 34,724 Sheedy
5 17 February 1991 Liverpool A 0-0 38,323
5 (replay) 20 February 1991 Liverpool H 4-4 (a.e.t.) 37,766 Sharp 2, Cottee 2
5 (2nd replay) 27 February 1991 Liverpool H 1-0 40,201 Watson
QF 11 March 1991 West Ham United A 1-2 28,162 Watson

League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
2:1 25 September 1990 Wrexham A 5-0 9,072 Cottee 3, McDonald, Nevin
2:2 9 October 1990 Wrexham H 6-0 (agg 11-0) 7,415 Sharp 3, Cottee, Ebbrell, McDonald
3 30 October 1990 Sheffield United A 1-2 15,042 Pemberton J (og)

Full Members' Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
2 18 December 1990 Blackburn Rovers A 4-1 5,410 Newell, Cottee, Watson 2
3 22 January 1991 Sunderland H 4-1 4,609 Cottee 4
North SF 13 March 1991 Barnsley A 1-0 10,287 Cottee
North F:1 19 March 1991 Leeds United A 3-3 13,387 Beagrie, Warzycha, Milligan
North F:2 21 March 1991 Leeds United H 3-1 (a.e.t.) (agg 6-4) 12,603 Cottee 2, Ebbrell
Final 7 April 1991 Crystal Palace Wembley Stadium 1-4 (a.e.t.) 52,460 Warzycha

Squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Wales GK Neville Southall
Wales DF Kevin Ratcliffe
England MF John Ebbrell
Scotland MF Stuart McCall
England DF Dave Watson
Scotland MF Pat Nevin
England DF Neil McDonald
Scotland FW Graeme Sharp
England DF Andy Hinchcliffe
England DF Martin Keown
England FW Tony Cottee
Netherlands MF Raymond Atteveld
England FW Mike Newell
No. Position Player
Republic of Ireland MF Kevin Sheedy
Republic of Ireland MF Mike Milligan
England MF Peter Beagrie
Poland MF Robert Warzycha
England DF Eddie Youds
England DF Iain Jenkins
England DF Ian Snodin
Northern Ireland MF Norman Whiteside
England FW Stuart Barlow
Wales MF Marcus Ebdon
England DF Alan Harper
Australia GK Jason Kearton

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