How Everton Are Striving To Develop The Next Academy Stars

Head of Academy Coaching Sean Lundon discusses his role in nurturing the next generation of Blues talents, his pride at the number of homegrown players currently plying their trade at Goodison Park, the challenge of finding the next Toffees graduate, and why Tom Davies always had the "mental strength" to make it to the very top in an evertontv interview available now exclusively to Season Ticket holders and Official Members. 

Find out more about how the Club is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to develop the next batch of young Blues stars by clicking here

The interview is part of a series called 'In Conversation', with striker Wayne Rooney, Club-record signing Gylfi Sigurdsson and 1985 European Cup Winners' Cup winner Pat van den Hauwe among those to have already featured this season. 

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In Conversation, which sheds light on the personalities of your favourite Blues stars past and present and takes you further behind-the-scenes at both Goodison Park and USM Finch Farm, is just part of a package of online content exclusive to Everton Members including live streams of Under-23 and Under-18 matches, weekly match reaction and podcasts.

There is still time to sign up to a 2017/18 membership and receive this exclusive content and, what's more, memberships are now half price at £12.50 for adults and international supporters, and just £5 for Under-18s. Visit evertonfc.com/getmore for more information.

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