The Blues head down to south London hoping to build on their stunning victory over Watford that'll see them take on a struggling Crystal Palace side. This international break could be one of tremendous change for the Blues: a possible turning point in our season following the much-needed victory, and the possibility of having a new manager in the technical area. Rumors seem to indicate that Diego Simeone is Farhad Moshiri's number one choice for the job, but don't bet against David Unsworth being given a chance to put together a winning streak. Other names linked with the position are Sean Dyche and Sam Allardyce. Who will lead us against Palace?
Speaking of Palace, they're ripe for the picking. The Eagles have only scored four goals in the EPL, and they're in dreadful form. Striker Christian Benteke is recovering from injury and could be available for the match, which would provide a crucial weapon against us.
Up the Toffees!!!!
The Official Everton FC Supporters' Club in Washington
Established in 2011, the DC Toffees provides a friendly atmosphere for Everton supporters in the DC metro area to watch matches. Our numbers have skyrocketed since our founding. We began with a little over a dozen members, and are proud to now have over 300 members registered with us.
We meet for every match, regardless of kickoff time, at Fado's Irish Pub in Chinatown, across from the Verizon Center. We are proud to call Fado's our home as the staff have been tremendous to us and we are the largest football supporters' club to call Fado's home.
Membership is completely free. The DC Toffees falls under the umbrella of Everton USA, the official supporters' organization for Everton in the United States. Everton USA is made up of 60 supporters' clubs across the country with our ranks swelling to beyond 30,000 members.