Stand: Main Stand
Country: United Kingdom
Evertonian for as long as i can remember. I have a substantial contribution in the "we are Everton" book. Have written my own book for my mam and dad before they passed away. Season ticket holder with my son Dion(23). I thank my late dad for our devotion
Not certain but it was either EVERTON 3 LEEDS UTD 2 or EVERTON 4 SOTHAMPTON 2, back in 67, or 68 or poss 69 even. I think the LEEDS game was 69. So prob S'mpton, as i know Alex Young played.
Favourite Everton Moment
Alan Ball scoring the winner in the FA Cup against them in 1967. Andy King scoring the winner against them. Kevin Ratcliffe scoring from 40yds through Grobs legs at their place. Bayern Munich night. Dave Watson raising the FA Cup. Semi Final ending and singing at Wembley against Man Utd( my dream of being at Wembley with my son for 1st time also), and many many more
Favourite All Time Player
Alan Ball. Always an inspiration to me in his attitude to everything. Pure and total footballer. "Once EVERTON has touched you, nothing else seems the same", says it all really.
Favourite Current Player
Tim Cahill. Deserves the title legend for what he has given to Everton F.C, in footballing terms and his own loyalty and personal, friendly, giving nature to all Evertonians.
Joe Royle. Though not the most successful manager we've had, i have had the pleasure of sitting next to him in a Legends evening in Denbigh supporters club. What a brilliant, personable, giving gentleman he is. Even now long since that evening he greets me outside Everton with a beaming smile and welcoming handshake.
Bayern Munich, but 3-0 against them runs it close.
Any by Alan Ball against them, but Sharpy's was something to always savour and talk and show any new born blues.
1969-70 CHAMPIONS KIT BY FAR
"Who's the greatest of them all, little curly Alan Ball" It was a great chant when Michael Owen had just become lauded by the media and Cadamatri scored his famous goal against them. It went " you can shove your Michael Owen up your ----" etc etc. So hilarious at the time.