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Giants' Wall Of Fame

Everton legends honoured along Goodison Road.

Giants' Wall Of Fame

The 23 Everton Giants were honoured by the unveiling of the Goodison Park Wall of Fame.

Each Giant has a special plaque embedded in the wall of the Goodison Road side of the stadium.

Before Wednesday evening's Premier League game against Arsenal, many of the Giants and their families were present for its launch.

Legends including Alex Young, Graeme Sharp, Howard Kendall, Ray Wilson, Colin Harvey, Kevin Ratcliffe and Duncan Ferguson were on hand to mark the occasion.

They were joined by the families of some of the Giants who are no longer with us, with Dixie Dean, Alan Ball, Brian Labone, Harry Catterick and Gordon West all represented.

The Everton Giants were inaugurated in 2000 when 11 names were revealed. And, following a favourable response from supporters, the Club now names a new Everton Giant once every season.

N PepperThis is a great idea.I will never forget my everton heroes including players,managers and chairmen over my fifty year following of the club.grateful thanks to you all.

Thursday 29th November 20:49 Report Comment

Hywel JonesWas quite mind blowing to be stood next to Duncan with his arm around The Golden Vision, i was really moved, and told Duncan later, who thought it great also. Wont ever forget that momment.

Thursday 29th November 00:09 Report Comment
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