1981 - 2002
Stories of the Era
Walker was in charge on May 7th 1994 - a day that will go down as just about the most nail-biting afternoon ever encountered at Goodison Park.
Everton were staring relegation full in the face and they needed to defeat Wimbledon on the last day of the season to stay up.
The Dons went 2-0 ahead in the first half, and a shell-shocked Goodison braced itself for the worst.
Salvation was at hand though - Graham Stuart scored a penalty before the break, Barry Horne fired home a screamer and then Stuart was on the mark again to spark delirious scenes of celebration seldom witnessed at the stadium - even for Championship wins!
The following season was another disappointment and just one win in the opening 14 matches cost Walker his job - and his overall record of six wins in the 35 matches he spent in charge makes unpleasant reading.