January Evertonian Now On Sale
Kenwright, Neville, Stubbs, Coleman and Bidwell in latest issue.
The first Evertonian of 2013 is now on sale.
It may be the start of a new year, but the high quality content inside the Club's monthly magazine still remains very much the same.
January's issue is packed with features and interviews, including an in-depth exclusive with chairman Bill Kenwright who has reflected on the last 12 months at Goodison Park.
From the chairman to the skipper and Phil Neville speaks about reaching 500 Premier League appearances, only the seventh player to do so. Whilst he acknowledges the achievement, the evergreen Neville insists there is still more to come from the Blues’ midfielder, as he targets 700 career appearances.
As you know, we always strive to bring you the stories surrounding our former greats, and in this issue we have one of the most remarkable. Tony Kay was a young prospect of huge promise when he arrived at Everton for a then club record fee of £55,000 from Sheffield Wednesday.
Things were going swimmingly for Kay and Everton, with the former helping the latter win the 1963 league title. But a cruel twist of fate would rob him off further glory both with the Blues and England.
In support of these three heavyweights, we have all your regular features. The gaffer David Moyes reflects on the goings on around Goodison Park and the Premier League in his monthly column, covering topics from the successful Christmas period to common sense prevailing after two debatable decisions at West Ham.
The return of both the Under-21s and Under-18s to league action in the coming weeks means things are once again becoming busy for Kevin Sheedy and Alan Stubbs. The ex-defender speaks to the Evertonian about his hopes going into the second half of the campaign.
With Everton Ladies also back after their break at the conclusion of the 2012 Women’s Super League season, Jill Scott told us that the girls cannot wait to get stuck into tackling a brand new set of challenges. With the likes of Liverpool – last season’s bottom-placed club – strengthening, Scott predicts a much closer WSL this year.
To round off 2013’s first issue, there are also interesting chats with local musician and Evertonian Keith Mullin, Seamus Coleman and Brentford loanee Jake Bidwell.
An edition full to bursting with everything Everton, the Evertonian is a must-read for all Blues fans, and all for just £2.95!