On This Day: 12/10
Tony McNamara made the last of his 111 League appearances for Everton ON THIS DAY in 1957.
He was transferred to Liverpool and at the end of the season went to Crewe.
After making only nine appearances he moved to Bury.
That made McNamara the first player to appear in all four divisions of the Football League within 12 months.
Everton were in the First Division, Liverpool the Second, Crewe in the Fourth Division and Bury in the Third.
Everton made their debut in the League Cup ON THIS DAY in 1960.
The Blues beat Accrington Stanley 3-1 at Goodison Park.
The introduction of the competition, instigated by Football League secretary Alan Hardaker, was not universally welcomed, with Arsenal, Spurs, Sheffield Wednesday, West Brom and Wolves all refusing to enter.
The Toffees gave a good account of themselves in the inaugural tournament, reaching the quarter-finals.