Sunday’s programme for the final home match of the season against West Ham United of course centres around two men - and promises to be a real collector’s item.
Both manager David Moyes and skipper Phil Neville will be representing Everton for the last time as both call time on their long Blues careers, with the programme paying tribute to two fantastic servants.
For the final time, both will pen their programme notes for the issue – and as you can imagine, they are not to be missed.
Both Moyes and Neville have enjoyed plenty of highs and lows over their respective 11 and eight-year stays and the duo pay tributes of their own for those who have made their time at the club a happy one.
The man who is set to take over as Everton captain, Phil Jagielka, is the programme's featured player.
The former Sheffield United man talks passionately about leading the side out in Neville’s absence, his hopes for the role next season and gives a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to Moyes, the man who took him to Goodison Park.
Jagielka says: “He’s done a brilliant job and I will always be very grateful to him for bringing me to this fantastic football club in the first place and then, just recently, inviting me to be the captain.
“Everyone knows how hard the gaffer works on the training ground and we all know how many long hours he puts in watching football matches to try and improve Everton – he has really made a difference to this football club, and I’m sure he’ll get the send-off from our supporters that he deserves.”
for more information.herePriced still at just £3, Sunday’s programme will no doubt form part of an emotional day for Everton Football Club. A digital version (£1.99) is available on all mobile and tablet devices. Click Make sure you have your souvenir from a day we say goodbye to two Blues stalwarts.