Jay Appleton

(bad-dog)

Gender: Male

City: Stocktom-on-Tees

Country: United Kingdom

About Jay

I was born in 1989 on the day of the F.A cup final against Liverpool, I have a twin brother, he is a Liverpool fan, my middle name is Everton, as I was born second and Everton lost, for that reason alone I am glad we lost that game! Although it would have

First Game

I can't remember! :O

Favourite Everton Moment

There are a lot of them, but I think maybe it would be either the 7-1 thrashing we gave Sunderland, or Dan Gosling scoring that fantastic goal against Liverpool in the f.a cup.

Favourite Current Player

Jack Rodwell. I think Jack is amazing, the likes of him and Dan Gosling are hopefully going to be the future of Everton, and as long as they are, we are going to remain in contention for the top places.

Favourite Manager

David Moyes. I love Moyes, he is a fantastic manager, he has done a great job for us, with little money to spend, he has brought in fantastic players and has built up a fantastic team.

Favourite Game

This is a tough one, it would be a choice between beating Manchester United at Old Trafford, beating Liverpool in the F.A cup, beating Chelsea, beating Arsenal or the 7-1 hammering of Sunderland.

Favourite Goal

Dan Gosling against Liverpool, F.A cup

Favourite Kit

Next seasons kit looks really good

Favourite Chant

"MOYES, MOYES, DAVEY DAVEY MOYES, HE'S GOT RED HAIR, WE DON'T CARE, DAVEY DAVEY MOYES"

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