Country: United Kingdom
4th generation Evertonian. My great grandad was there in 1878. I'm there with my son today.
Can't remember. It was 1966 I didn't understand what was going on, and we lost!
Favourite Everton Moment
Rotterdam 1985. Not just for the result, it was the last match I attended with my father.
Favourite All Time Player
Alan Ball. He was my hero once Everton had touched me.
Favourite Current Player
Tim Cahill. He's exactly what you want your Everton players to be. Loyal, competitive, 100% combative, you miss him when heâ€™s not there, the team performs better when he is there, can change a game by coming on as a substitute, a model ambassador for Everton Football Club on and off the pitch, a national hero for his own country; the list goes on. Oh, and he's an Evertonian.
Howard Kendall. Howard is the only Everton manager my son has met. He was approachable and a gentleman. He didn't let me down. Just one more happy memory he has given me to add to the collection from the 80s.
Bayern Munich at Goodison Park. It was one of those moments, you had to be there to know how it felt and even today it's hard to explain to those who ask. There was nothing like it for the whole theatrical experience football could create. At home, a cup game, going a goal down against the cup favourites, a 2nd half comeback, passion, commitment, atmosphere, togetherness, good goals too! On a personal level it was the last game at Goodison I attended with my father.
Alan Ball against Newcastle. Goodison Park, 30th, October 1971.
1966 F.A. Cup final kit. Blue shirt, white collar, blue cuffs, white shorts, blue socks with white tops. No badges anywhere, you just knew it was Everton.
And now you've got to believe us, we are the champions. Goodison Park 1970.