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Well life is certainly never dull when you're an Evertonian is it? More away wins, more Goodison frustration, FA Cup progress, red cards, teenage wonder goals and some new investment! And we've got every base covered in your March edition of Everton. Of course the main topic of discussion amongst Blues recently has been the introduction of Farhad Moshiri to the football club. The Chairman searched extensively and tirelessly to find the right man... and he's duly delivered. The future is certainly bright for the Blues... And it will be even better if 18-year-old Kieran Dowell continues to score goals from 40 yards! We spoke to the youngster after his 'worldly' against Southampton at Finch Farm for the Under-21s and he reckoned he only took a shot at goal because ‘there was no pass on’...! We also meet Seamus Coleman and find out what makes him tick – including the special relationship he enjoys with home village Killybegs. Aaron Lennon may or may not be the fastest runner in the first-team squad – and our in-form winger reveals to us that he mightn’t even be the quickest in his own family! Nigel Martyn and Mark Halsey recall their favourite Goodison memories and Romelu Lukaku answers your social media questions. We've enjoyed pulling it all together and we're sure you'll enjoy reading this month's Everton magazine.... Darren Griffiths, Editor

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