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Graeme Sharp and James McCarthy will join forces to sign copies of the ultimate Everton souvenir later this month.

The duo from two generations of the Club’s illustrious history will meet Blues fans at Everton Two, in Liverpool One, on Monday 25 November between 4-5pm.

They will be in store to sign copies of The Official Everton Matchday Programme Book, now available as the perfect Christmas gift for every fan who has ever loved visiting Goodison Park.

Few clubs have as proud a tradition as Everton’s and ever since the early days, the programme has been an essential part of the matchday experience. It’s the perfect reminder of those unforgettable afternoons and nights when the legends turned on the style, from Dixie Dean to Alex Young, Graeme Sharp to Duncan Ferguson and beyond.

Now, for the first time, this comprehensive official Club book dusts down the famous programmes and revisits the pages that made history.

Featuring manager’s notes and captain’s columns, to teamsheets, funny and revealing pictures, exclusive interviews and special editions, this book is a unique journey through the years as the fan on the terrace will have watched it unfold.

Thanks to the unrivalled Everton Collection, many rare pages from historic programmes are reproduced with the story brought right up to date with the appointment of Roberto Martinez.

And, you can get your piece of history signed by two Everton heroes on Monday 25 November. Supporters must have purchased a copy of The Official Everton Matchday Programme Book to join the queue and are advised to arrive early as only the first 150 people in the queue will be admitted.

The Official Everton Matchday Programme Book is now available to buy from Everton One, Everton Two, or call 0845 143 0001.

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