Norman Whiteside discusses how he went from denying Howard Kendall's Everton a historic treble to hearing the Gwladys Street chant his name in a wide-ranging interview available exclusively to Season Ticket, Lounge and We Are Everton Members now.
Looking back on his time on Merseyside, the Northern Irishman talks about his move from Manchester United to Goodison Park in 1989, his admiration for manager Colin Harvey, and how some Tony Cottee goal-hanging cost him being top scorer in his first season with the Club.
Whiteside also reveals how Neville Southall once told him his 1985 FA Cup final winner against the Toffees was one of the best goals ever to beat him, picks his favourite Everton strike - and explains why he will always reflect on his Blues career with a tinge of regret.
Season Ticket, Lounge and We Are Everton Members can watch this exclusive interview now.
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