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v Wolfsburg

Thursday 18 September K.O. 20:05

Phil Lloyd


Gender: Male


Stand: Park End

Country: United Kingdom

About Phil

Am Phil have been an Everton fan all of my life proper love the blues.

First Game

Against Newcastle at home in March 1986 we won 1-0 Kevin Richardson I think scored the goal in the Gwladys Street end.

Favourite Everton Moment

Seeing us beat Man United in the F.A. Cup Final in 1995 was awesome. Especially given how badly we started the season.

Favourite All Time Player

Duncan Ferguson. Every time he went on the pitch he gave 110% and knew how to get the fans going when the atmosphere was a bit edgy and on his day he was a quality striker up there with the best of them.

Favourite Current Player

Marouane Fellaini. He reads the game so well is comfortable on the ball and pops up with a few goals too.

Favourite Manager

David Moyes. The guy is a legend enough said.

Favourite Game

Fiorentina in the uefa cup at goodison even though we eventually lost on pens was a great game to watch. Never seen us dominate a game so much in all my life and the atmosphere was electric too.

Favourite Goal

Barry Hornes from outside the box against Wimbledon in 1994 to help keep us in the premier league it came at a crucial time in the game plus giving the crowd a lift too.

Favourite Kit

Probably the third kit of the 07/08 season at the moment.

Favourite Chant

The best little spaniard we know.



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