Linda Anderson

(granoffive)

Gender: Female

City: St Helens

Country: United Kingdom

About Linda

I have been a evertonian since the early sixties and started to attend matches in 66 I am married with 2 sons and five grandchildren my eldest grandson is a evertonian

First Game

Everton V Sheffield Wednesday 1966

Favourite Everton Moment

When we beat Liverpool this season and knocked them out of the FA cup

Favourite All Time Player

Neville Southall. He was blue through and through I will never forget when he sat in his goal in protest because he was worried about Everon at the time we were awful and going nowhere except heading for the old second division

Favourite Current Player

Tim Cahill. He is another player who is a evertonian he sweats blue for our cause and when he kisses his badge he really means it

Favourite Manager

Harry Catterick. This was a hard decision. I looked at what Howard Kendall has acheived as a Everton Manager and although he won us more honours I had to go for Harry. He had the best team of that era. The way he dealt in the transfer market was awesome and he took a big chance when he picked Fred Pickering for the FA cup final in 1966.

Favourite Game

The 4-4 Draw with Liverpool

Favourite Goal

The one by Barry Horne that kept us up I know it was not a fantastic strike but it saved us

Favourite Kit

The one we have this Season

Favourite Chant

If you know your history

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