Yerry Mina detailing his colourful journey from humble beginnings in hometown Guachene to Goodison Park.
Ademola Lookman discussing his rejuvenation under the liberating guidance of Marco Silva.
Manager Silva writing exclusively about Everton’s commitment to “giving everything for our fans”.
Pat Nevin on his original reticence to pursue a football career and locking horns with the National Front.
Everton’s matchday programme for Monday night’s meeting with Watford under the Goodison lights is packed with exclusive content.
Mina is the star of a suitably vibrant cover shot, the Everton defender captured trying his hand on the drums at The Beatles Story museum in Albert Dock.
In an exclusive feature interview, Mina reveals the debt he owes his parents for ensuring he was not led down the wrong path in his homeland.
The South American charts his life through moves to Brazil and Barcelona, while also finding time to reflect on a whirlwind summer which saw him shoot to global prominence at the World Cup and join Silva’s Blues.
Everton forward Lookman reflects on his loan spell in Germany with RB Leipzig earlier this year and explains the work ethic which underpins his ambition to reach the top of his profession.
Silva anticipates a difficult encounter with Watford and urges Evertonians to recreate the partisan atmosphere which has provided the backdrop to his embryonic reign.
Former Scotland international Nevin talks candidly of his disappointment that the Club’s supporters never got to see his best football – and admits he wishes he was playing in today’s Premier League, albeit not for the reason you might expect.
Bona fide Watford legend Luther Blissett tells us what the Blues should expect from Javier Gracia’s team.
Under-23 forward Josh Bowler discusses the art of running with the ball and his fearless on-field outlook, while attacking pair Ellis Simms and Kieran Phillips are featured following their goalscoring exploits in Everton Under-18s’ Premier League Cup victory at Arsenal in midweek.
We hear from new Everton Ladies boss Willie Kirk after he marked his first game at the helm by getting one over on Merseyside rivals Liverpool.
And in one of our regular features Everton defender Michael Keane tells us how he would spend his dream weekend.
The Everton matchday programme, priced at £3.50, will be on sale around Goodison Park and at various city centre outlets.
It will also be available from the Everton One and Everton Two megastores. Click here to order online.