We talk to one of only two men to score a derby goal for both sides.
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Ahead of a recent visit of city rivals Liverpool, evertonfc.com spoke to one of only two men to score for both the Reds and the Blues in a Merseyside derby, David Johnson.
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Who's in the picture?
[From left to right] Kevin Ratcliffe, Mark Higgins, Neville Southall, Jim Arnold, Derek Mountfield, Colin Harvey [Coach], Peter Reid, Gary Stevens, David Johnson, Graeme Sharp, Alan Irvine, Alan Harper, John Clinkard [Physio], Mick Heaton [Coach], Trevor Steven, Andy King, Kevin Sheedy, Howard Kendall [Manager], John Bailey, Adrian Heath, Kevin Richardson
What links them to Liverpool?
Kevin Ratcliffe [Back row] - A true Goodison legend, Ratcliffe made 493 appearances for the Toffees. He only scored twice for the Club but one came in the Anfield derby of 1985/86. He also led the Blues out against Liverpool at Wembley for an FA Cup final - twice - making him the only person to do so.
Gary Stevens [Middle row, far left] - Defender Stevens scored a famous goal to give Everton a 1-0 win over Liverpool in the League Cup in 1988. At the time Liverpool were in the process of a 29-game unbeaten start to the league season.
David Johnson [Middle row, second left] - Johnson, a striker, had two spells at Everton, one at Liverpool and scored derby goals for both clubs [See interview below].
Graeme Sharp [Middle row, second right] - 445 appearances, 159 goals - Sharpy's goalscoring record for Everton is second only to Dixie Dean's. The Scot scored in four derbies [a post-war record he shares with Roy Vernon], most famously at Anfield in the 1984/85 season. [Click here to see a feature on this goal].
Alan Harper [Middle row, far right] - Harper started his career at Liverpool but never made an appearance for the Reds before Howard Kendall brought him across the park in 1983. During his first season, Harper scored a spectacular goal against his former club to earn an instant hero status.
Andy King [Front row left] - Midfielder King had two spells with Everton in which time he scored in derbies at both Goodison Park and Anfield.
Kevin Sheedy [Front row right] - Winger Sheedy is best remember for his days at Everton during a successful spell in the 1980s. Yet the Irishman began his career at Anfield, making just three appearances for the Reds before crossing Stanley Park.
Of the 21 players in the 1983/84 squad photograph eight played against Liverpool in an FA Cup final. Kevin Ratcliffe, Graeme Sharp, Trevor Steven and Kevin Sheedy all played in both the 1986 and 1989 finals. Manager Howard Kendall was still in charge for the '86 trip to Wembley, while coach Colin Harvey, who later became boss, led the Blues out in '89.
The Interview - David Johnson
"Being one of only two people to score for both teams in the derby, it's not one of those things you plan - it just happens.
"I started my career at Everton at 15, worked my way through the ranks and very early on found myself in the first team and my first derby game.
"It was massive, massive pressure as only people born and bred on Merseyside can appreciate what it means to the supporters. To be thrust into that, in front of 60,000 people was a bit daunting.
"Fortunately enough I got on the end of one and stuck it in at the Gladys Street End - and that makes you an instant hero with the Blue half of Merseyside!
"I only had two seasons at Everton though before moving on to Ipswich. But coming back to the city to play for Liverpool in 1976 was special. And to go back to Goodison to play my first derby game for Liverpool and score - again at the Gwladys Street End - was obviously memorable.
"I remember my goal for Everton came from the right wing. It was a cross from Gary Jones, who was also making his first appearance in a derby.
"He crossed the ball and I headed it but Ray Clemence has got his left hand to it and tipped it onto the post. It's come back to me and I've hammered it into the roof of the net.
"The goal for Liverpool was just a flash shot from outside the box which beat George Wood to his right. Obviously both goals mean a lot to me as they were both winners.
"And the derby still means a lot to the supporters too. I'm proud of playing for both clubs and I'm proud of coming from Merseyside.
"I travel all over the country and one of the major things I'm proud of is that we have the friendly derby. You've got your banter - yes, you want your team to win - but there's always been the humour about it as well. That's what makes our derby the best."
Who is the other player to score for both sides in a derby? Peter Beardsley.