1989–90 Everton F.C. season

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Everton
1989–90 season
ManagerColin Harvey
StadiumGoodison Park
First Division6th
FA Cup5th round
League Cup4th round
Top goalscorerLeague: Cottee (13)
All: Cottee (15)
Highest home attendance42,453 vs. Liverpool (23 September 1989)
Lowest home attendance6,512 vs. Wimbledon (3 March 1990)

During the 1989–90 English football season, Everton F.C. competed in the Football League First Division. They finished 6th in the table with 59 points. The Toffees also advanced to the 5th round of the FA Cup and the 4th round of the League Cup.

Final League Table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA W D L GF GA GF GA GD Pts Notes
1 Liverpool 38 13 5 1 38 15 10 5 4 40 22 78 37 +41 79 Excluded from
the 1990–91 European Cup [notes1 1]
2 Aston Villa 38 13 3 3 36 20 8 4 7 21 18 57 38 +19 70 UEFA Cup 1990–91
First round
3 Tottenham Hotspur 38 12 1 6 35 24 7 5 7 24 23 59 47 +12 63
4 Arsenal 38 14 3 2 38 11 4 5 10 16 27 54 38 +16 62
5 Chelsea 38 8 7 4 31 24 8 5 6 27 26 58 50 +8 60
6 Everton 38 14 3 2 40 16 3 5 11 17 30 57 46 +11 59
7 Southampton 38 10 5 4 40 27 5 5 9 31 36 71 63 +8 55
8 Wimbledon 38 5 8 6 22 23 8 8 3 25 17 47 40 +7 55
9 Nottingham Forest 38 9 4 6 31 21 6 5 8 24 26 55 47 +8 54 [1][2]
10 Norwich City 38 7 10 2 24 14 6 4 9 20 28 44 42 +2 53
11 Queens Park Rangers 38 9 4 6 27 22 4 7 8 18 22 45 44 +1 50
12 Coventry City 38 11 2 6 24 25 3 5 11 15 34 39 59 -20 49
13 Manchester United 38 8 6 5 26 14 5 3 11 20 33 46 47 –1 48 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1990–91
First round
14 Manchester City 38 9 4 6 26 21 3 8 8 17 31 43 52 –9 48
15 Crystal Palace 38 8 7 4 27 23 5 2 12 15 43 42 66 –24 48
16 Derby County 38 9 1 9 29 21 4 6 9 14 19 43 40 +3 46
17 Luton Town 38 8 8 3 24 18 2 5 12 19 39 43 57 –14 43
18 Sheffield Wednesday 38 8 6 5 21 17 3 4 12 14 34 35 51 –16 43
19 Charlton Athletic 38 4 6 9 18 25 3 3 13 13 32 31 57 –26 30
20 Millwall 38 4 6 9 23 25 1 5 13 16 40 39 65 –26 26
  • Pld = Matches ; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
  1. ^ Liverpool were banned by UEFA from its competitions from the season 1985–86 on for 10 years, because of the Heysel Disaster in 1985, involving Liverpool fans. The ban was eventually lifted for the season 1991–92.
Key
League Champions, excluded from the European Cup
FA Cup winners, qualified for the Cup Winners' Cup
League Cup winners
Relegated

Results[edit]

Everton's score comes first[3]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

Football League First Division[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
19 August 1989 Coventry City A 0–2 17,981
22 August 1989 Tottenham Hotspur H 2–1 34,402 Newell, Sheedy
26 August 1989 Southampton H 3–0 27,807 Whiteside, Newell, McCall
30 August 1989 Sheffield Wednesday A 1–1 19,657 Sheedy
9 September 1989 Manchester United H 3–2 37,916 Newell, Nevin, Sharp
16 September 1989 Charlton Athletic A 1–0 11,491 Newell
23 September 1989 Liverpool H 1–3 42,453 Newell
30 September 1989 Crystal Palace A 1–2 15,943 Newell
14 October 1989 Millwall H 2–1 26,125 Sheedy (pen), Whiteside
21 October 1989 Arsenal H 3–0 32,917 Nevin 2, McDonald
28 October 1989 Norwich City A 1–1 18,627 Cottee
5 November 1989 Aston Villa A 2–6 17,637 Cottee, McGrath (og)
11 November 1989 Chelsea H 0–1 33,737
18 November 1989 Wimbledon H 1–1 21,561 Sheedy (pen)
25 November 1989 Nottingham Forest A 0–1 20,709
2 December 1989 Coventry City H 2–0 21,171 McCall, Watson
9 December 1989 Tottenham Hotspur A 1–2 29,374 Cottee
17 December 1989 Manchester City H 0–0 21,737
26 December 1989 Derby County A 1–0 21,314 McCall
30 December 1989 Queens Park Rangers A 0–1 11,683
1 January 1990 Luton Town H 2–1 21,743 Whiteside, Sharp
13 January 1990 Southampton A 2–2 19,381 Whiteside 2
20 January 1990 Sheffield Wednesday H 2–0 25,545 Sheedy 2
3 February 1990 Liverpool A 1–2 38,730 Sharp
10 February 1990 Charlton Athletic H 2–1 21,442 Cottee, Whiteside
3 March 1990 Wimbledon A 1–3 6,512 Sheedy
14 March 1990 Manchester United A 0–0 37,398
17 March 1990 Crystal Palace H 4–0 19,274 Sharp, Cottee 2, Whiteside
21 March 1990 Millwall A 2–1 11,495 Pointon, Cottee
24 March 1990 Norwich City H 3–1 21,707 Cottee 2, Sharp
31 March 1990 Arsenal A 0–1 35,223
4 April 1990 Nottingham Forest H 4–0 17,795 Cottee 2, Whiteside
7 April 1990 Queens Park Rangers H 1–0 19,887 Cottee (pen)
14 April 1990 Luton Town A 2–2 9,538 Cottee, Sharp
16 April 1990 Derby County H 2–1 23,933 Atteveld, Sheedy
21 April 1990 Manchester City A 0–1 32,144
28 April 1990 Chelsea A 1–2 18,879 Nevin
5 May 1990 Aston Villa H 3–3 29,551 Cascarino (og), Newell, Sheedy

FA Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
3 6 January 1990 Middlesbrough A 0–0 2,075
3 (replay) 10 January 1990 Middlesbrough H 1–1 24,352 Sheedy (aet)
3 (2nd replay) 17 January 1990 Middlesbrough H 1–0 23,866 Whiteside
4 28 January 1990 Sheffield Wednesday A 2–1 31,754 Whiteside 2
5 17 February 1990 Oldham Athletic A 2–2 19,320 Sharp, Cottee
5 (replay) 21 February 1990 Oldham Athletic H 1–1 36,663 Sheedy (pen) (aet)
5 (2nd replay) 10 March 1990 Oldham Athletic A 1–2 19,346 Cottee (aet)

League Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
2:1 19 September 1989 Leyton Orient A 2–0 8,214 Newell, Sheedy
2:2 3 October 1989 Leyton Orient H 2–2 10,128 Whiteside, Sheedy (agg 4-2)
3 24 October 1989 Luton Town H 3–0 18,428 Newell 2, Nevin
4 22 November 1989 Nottingham Forest A 0–1 21,324

Squad[edit]

[4] 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
Scotland MF Stuart McCall
Republic of Ireland MF Kevin Sheedy
England DF Dave Watson
England DF Neil McDonald
Scotland FW Graeme Sharp
England DF Ian Snodin
Northern Ireland MF Norman Whiteside
Wales DF Kevin Ratcliffe
England FW Tony Cottee
No. Position Player
Scotland MF Pat Nevin
England FW Mike Newell
England DF Martin Keown
England DF Neil Pointon
Netherlands MF Raymond Atteveld
England MF John Ebbrell
England MF Peter Beagrie
Sweden MF Stefan Rehn
England DF Mark Wright

References[edit]

  1. ^ Because of the 1985 UEFA ban, no English clubs played European matches between the 1985/86 and 1989/90 season, and England was therefore ranked as 25th for the 1990/91-season in Europe which gave England only 1 spot in UEFA Cup.
  2. ^ Nottingham Forest won the 1989 League Cup
  3. ^ http://www.evertonresults.com/198990.htm
  4. ^ http://www.11v11.com/teams/everton/tab/players/season/1990