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Irish Special Everton Magazine

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To celebrate the Blues' links with the Emerald Isle, the March edition of the Everton Magazine has a distinctly Irish feel.

There are exclusive interviews and features with the quartet of cover stars, Republic of Ireland internationals Seamus Coleman, James McCarthy, Aiden McGeady and Darron Gibson, while we also spoke to former national manager Brian Kerr, the man who gave McGeady his international debut as an 18-year-old.

In our regular Classic Matches feature we look back to May 1973, when Goodison Park hosted Northern Ireland Home International match against England featuring Blues past and present including Alan Ball and Bryan Hamilton, who later managed the national side.

One of the Blues' greatest midfielders, Kevin Sheedy, was arguably Everton's Player of the Season during the title-winning 1986/87 campaign, and there's an exclusive feature on that memorable time in the Club's history, while the EFC Scrapbook features exclusive shots from the Blues' first encounter with Irish opposition in European competition, Finn Harps, back in 1978.

The 84-page magazine also includes our monthly catch-up with manager Roberto Martinez, Eamon O'Keefe tells us about his rise from non-League to Goodison and the Irish side, up-and-coming Irish defender Ben McLaughlin and Academy Manager Alan Irvine's return to coaching with the Under-18s.

Copies are on sale from Thursday at local retailers including the Everton One and Everton Two stores. Alternatively, click here to buy online. Subscriptions also available.

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