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Season Review Now On iTunes

Download the 2012/13 look back to your phone, iPad or computer.

Season Review Now On iTunes

The Everton 2012/13 Season Review is now available to download via iTunes.

It is the first time the Club's annual look back at a campaign has been made available as a download.

It means you can get every goal of 10 memorable months - plus an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the End of Season awards - on your iPhone, iPad or computer.

What's more, download it on one device and it will be yours to watch across all your iTunes-connected platforms.

Heading on holiday? Download it before you leave the house and watch it on the plane or by the pool.

Bored at work? Re-live your favourite goals in your lunch hour and catch the rest on your commute home.

The download provides the exact same footage as the DVD and will be yours to keep wherever and forever for a price of just £9.99.

From the opening weekend win against Manchester United, through to December's dramatic last-gasp turnaround against Tottenham and the 2-0 defeat of Manchester City in March, the End of Season Review captures all the key moments of a captivating and emotional campaign.

Download it today. Visit the iTunes store here or search ‘Everton’ via the iTunes store.

To order the Everton 2013/14 Season Review on DVD via evertondirect.com, click here.

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