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Dave Hickson Books Of Condolence

by Daniel Alston @efc_danalston

Evertonians are able to leave their messages and tributes to late legend Dave Hickson in books of condolence from Wednesday.

The Club's Millennium Giant sadly passed away at the age of 83 on Monday following a short illness.

One of the most popular Blues players of all time, Hickson scored 111 goals in 243 starts during two spells at Goodison in the 1950s, adored by fans who gave him the nickname of the 'Cannonball Kid'.

He proved to be a great ambassador for the Club in modern times too – an ever-present on matchdays in the lounges, while also a regular at events and stadium tours.

Due to renovations at the stadium, books of condolence will be placed in the Everton One (from 9am) and Everton Two stores (from 9.30am) on Wednesday and will be accessible during opening hours.

Fans unable to get to either location can sign our online condolence book here, with all messages to be passed on to Dave's family.

The flags at the stadium will also be at half-mast today as we mourn the loss of a true Everton great.


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