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Stoke City (H) Fri 26 Dec 2014, 15:00, Barclays Premier League

Challenge Gough


Throughout this season, our matchday programme team are asking you, the fans, to submit questions for their regular feature, Your Big Interview.

Your Big Interview sees Everton players past and present tackle your questions on whatever topic - from their time with the Toffees, to their career highlights and thoughts on the wider game.

Mikel Arteta, Olivier Dacourt, Kevin Campbell and David Weir are among the Blues idols to have faced a grilling from supporters already in the 2010/11 campaign, and now centre back Richard Gough has agreed to take the plunge too.

Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Gough played for Dundee United, Tottenham Hotspur and Glasgow Rangers before moving to Goodison Park in 1999 following short stints in America and on loan at Nottingham Forest.

The centre back went on to make 42 appearances for the Blues, scoring once, before retiring in 2001. He also amassed 61 caps for Scotland, netting six international goals.

If you've got something you would like to ask the former Toffees defender you can contact us via our official Facebook page, Twitter, The Blueroom, by leaving a comment below or by emailing

Click here to visit our official Facebook page, here to submit your question to our programme editor via Twitter or here to enter The Blueroom.

Before each home game we will be announcing which Everton star past or present will be taking your questions and the best will appear with the answers in the matchday programme.

Your Big Interview with Richard Gough will be published in the programme for the visit of Wigan Athletic on 11 December.

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