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The 2011–12 season of Everton F.C. was the club's 20th season in the Premier League and 58th consecutive season in the top division of English football. It was also Everton's 113th season of league football and 115th season in all competitions. The club entered the League Cup in the second round and were knocked out in the fourth round following a 1–2 home defeat to Chelsea.

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  • The 2011–12 season of Everton F.C. was the club's 20th season in the Premier League and 58th consecutive season in the top division of English football. It was also Everton's 113th season of league football and 115th season in all competitions. The club entered the League Cup in the second round and were knocked out in the fourth round following a 1–2 home defeat to Chelsea.
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  • The 2011–12 season of Everton F.C. was the club's 20th season in the Premier League and 58th consecutive season in the top division of English football. It was also Everton's 113th season of league football and 115th season in all competitions. The club entered the League Cup in the second round and were knocked out in the fourth round following a 1–2 home defeat to Chelsea. The club entered the FA Cup in the third round and advanced all the way to the semi-finals where they faced rivals Liverpool, at Wembley, for the first time since 1989. Everton's run ensured they stretched their number of quarter-final appearances in the competition to 41, which is a record. Despite taking the lead in the semi-final, Everton lost the game 1–2.Everton's Premier League campaign was delayed by a week due to the London riots forcing a postponement of their scheduled starting match at Tottenham Hotspur. In January, manager David Moyes became the fourth boss to win 150 Premier League games in its 20-year history, after Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsène Wenger and Harry Redknapp. Everton finished in seventh place, boasting a nine-game-long unbeaten run in the league to end the season. The unbeaten run was led by winter signing Nikica Jelavić, who scored nine goals in thirteen league games, and was awarded with the Premier League Player of the Month award for April for his efforts.
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