This week’s special guest on Blue Family Fan Friday is Steve Watson.
The right-back joined Everton from Aston Villa in the summer of 2000 and played 167 games for the Club, scoring 16 goals – including a memorable hat-trick against Leeds United in 2003.
Watson will join host Darren Griffiths for a group Zoom call with fans from 6pm on Friday as part of our Blue Family campaign.
The event is available for a limited number of supporters – fill out the form below before 2pm to be in with a chance of joining in!
Watson was one of the most versatile players to wear the royal blue jersey in the Premier League era and did a job for the Blues in virtually every position on the park.
One of the game's genuine characters, he enjoyed a varied career, predominantly in the top-flight, and is still the youngest player to appear in a competitive first-team game for Newcastle United.
Watson is currently the manager of National League North outfit York City, who have just had their season curtailed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week’s Blue Family Fan Friday guest was former England international Gareth Barry.
The man who has made more Premier League appearances than anyone else recalled how he had to park his car in a lay-by near to USM Finch Farm on transfer deadline day while he waited for his loan deal from Manchester City to go through.
Barry also spoke about what it was like to have Samuel Eto’o around, he commented on his England career and how he could have had more caps and he picked his five-a-side team from the teammates he shared a dressing room with at Everton.
Watch and listen to Gareth Barry’s Blue Family Fan Friday appearance here...