On This Day: 14/10
Everton beat Blackburn Rovers 7-1 ON THIS DAY in 1933.
Dixie Dean was injured so the rest of the team needed to show that they could win without the great man.
A crowd of 23,933 turned up to see the Blues beat Rovers at Goodison.
Tommy White netted a hat-trick and there were single efforts from Jimmy Dunn, Albert Geldard, Tommy Johnson and Jimmy Stein to prove that thus far Dean wasn't being missed.
Everton qualified for the Second Round of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup ON THIS DAY in 1964.
The Blues had already beaten Valerengen IF 5-2 in Norway and were expected to win by a mile in the second leg at Goodison.
The Norwegian club put up a good performance away from home but Everton still won 4-2 on the night and 9-4 on aggregate.
Alex Young grabbed two, Roy Vernon scored another and a Valerengen own goal sealed the win.
After overcoming Kilmarnock in the next round the Toffees were eventually beaten in the Third Round by Manchester United.