On This Day: 04/01
Everton beat Blackburn Rovers 9-0 ON THIS DAY in 1919.
Gault scored five, Clennell two, with Miller and Wareing grabbing a goal apiece.
The Blues were destined to win the Lancashire Section Principal Tournament, dropping only seven of a possible 76 points that season.
Roger Kenyon was born in Blackpool ON THIS DAY in 1949.
The centre-half signed for Everton in September 1966 before making his debut in the 1867/68 season although he didn't break into the side on a regular basis until 1970/71 as Brian Labone's career was coming to an end.
A car accident in 1974 halted his career, but he recovered, remaining at Everton until 1978 when he moved to Canada to play for the Vancouver Whitecaps.
During his Everton career he made 316 appearances and scored 9 goals.