From A Failed Medical To The Fourth Best Player On The Planet

When Peter Reid returned to Goodison Park as a guest of the Club last month, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to take the 1980s hero for a glorious stroll down memory lane.

Starting in the stadium’s 1985 Lounge - a physical celebration of the single greatest season of Reid’s career - we walked the league and European Cup Winners’ Cup winner around his former home discussing his highs and lows with the Toffees, his relationship with the great Howard Kendall, the lasting mark running out for his boyhood club left on his life and how he went from a failed medical to being named the fourth best footballer on the planet.

Reid is on typically entertaining form and Season Ticket, Lounge and We Are Everton Members can see what the Blues giant had to say about all the above, as well as playing alongside iconic names including Neville Southall, Gary Lineker and Andy Gray, now

>>> WATCH IN CONVERSATION WITH PETER REID >>>

Reid’s must-see interview is available to Season Ticket, Lounge and We Are Everton Members as part of a wide range of exclusive content that includes live streams of Under-23s and Under-18s games, fun player features and more.

To sign up as a Member and gain access to this and many more benefits - for just £30 for adults for the season and between £5 to £15 for under-18s - or for more information about Memberships, click here.

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