is perhaps the player that stands out the most. His record of 68 goals in 278 appearances is quite impressive and Cahill probably never got the recognition he deserved.
The only surprise is that the Australian never made that next step in his career and moved to a club to a bigger club.
arrived on-loan at the club in 2005 having previously impressed during his first spell in British football. The Spaniard spent two seasons in the Scottish league with Rangers before returning to Spain to join Real Sociedad.
He was seen as a magician by Everton fans and was the player that controlled the game for them. He was the creator in the team that Everton had lacked for so many years. He won the club’s player of the season in two successive seasons in 2006 and 2007. Unlike, Cahill, Arteta did leave the club for bigger and better things, deservingly earning a move to Arsenal.
After 12 years at the club,left Everton to return to Sheffield United last summer. In truth, Everton have tried to cope without the aging defender for the past few seasons and have never managed to find a replacement that brought the reliability that Jagielka brought to the team.