Description - Who's Who of Everton by Tony Matthews
The WHO'S WHO OF EVERTON is the complete guide to the legendary Mersyside club that promises to settle any disputes amongst its supporters once and for all. Packed with facts and stats, it contains profiles of every Everton player to have appeared in a competitive match for the team since 1887, the year the club first entered the FA Cup.Since then, there have been some truly great players registered with the club. These include; footballing genius Cliff Britton; the enormously talented Edgar Chadwick; top goalscorer Tony Cottee, ever reliable full-back Warney Cresswell; 20s and 30s goal machine Dixie Dean; Scottish marksman Duncan Ferguson; 50s inside-forward Wally Fielding; inspirational wild card Paul Gascoigne; elegant midfielder Colin Harvey; championship goal scorers Dave Hickson and Tommy Johnson; stars of the 60s, Howard Kendall and Brian Labone; Joe Mercer, who went on to become England manager; 80s captain Kevin Ratcliffe; twenty first century hero Wayne Rooney; England centre-forward Joe Royle; long-serving, legendary goalkeeper Ted Sagar; Welsh internationalists Neville Southall and Roy Vernon and 125 goal man from the pre-First World War era, Alex 'Sandy' Young.
In addition to providing full details on these legends and many others, this indispensable guide also profiles the men who have managed Everton down the years, including current boss David Moyes, former Everton players Harry Catterick, Howard Kendall and Joe Royle, as well as Mike Walker and Walter Smith. Featuring rare photos of Everton heroes past and present, the WHO'S WHO OF EVERTON is essential reading for any supporter who wants to know everything there is to know about their team.
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(242mm x 164mm x 32mm)
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Author Biography - Tony Matthews
Tony Matthews is a former semi-professional footballer who played briefly in Switzerland. He is now a soccer historian and statistician, and is curator of West Bromwich Albion Football Club's museum. He lives in Devon.