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Famous days from Everton history

ROONEY EXPLODES ONTO THE BIG STAGE
Wayne Rooney chooses the perfect moment to score his first league goal and simultaneously propel himself into the record books and the national limelight
FA CUP 4TH ROUND
A look back over the highs and lows of the last 21 years.
GOODISON LOSES ONE OF ITS BRIGHTEST STARS
In July 2001, Francis Jeffers jumped the Good Ship Everton for the bright lights of Highbury.
GOODISON ROCKED BY BARMBY TREACHERY
Nick Barmby commits the ultimate sin with his Anfield defection in June 2000
SUPER EVERTON TRIUMPH AT ANFIELD
Kevin Campbell's 4th-minute goal stuns the Reds faithful in September 1999
WALTER SMITH TAKES THE REINS
Everton steal the ex-Rangers boss from under Sheffield Wednesday's noses in July 1998
KENDALL'S THIRD REIGN ENDS
Left dangling for weeks by Peter Johnson, Howard's third stint ends in dismissal in June 1998
THE SECOND GREAT ESCAPE
The Blues again secure Premiership survival by the skin of their teeth on the final day of the 1997/98 season
THE ROYLE ABDICATION
Joe Royle's reign is over as he resigns on transfer deadline day in March 1997
UNDERDOGS OF WAR STEAL THE CUP
Paul Rideout and Everton leave Manchester United trophy-less in May 1995
THE GREAT ESCAPE
THAT Game against Wimbledon in May 1994 when Everton beat the odds and the dreaded drop
GLORY AFTER DRAMATIC COMEBACK
Everton triumph in the 1966 FA Cup Final, one of the competition's greatest ever.
EVERTON VS BOLTON: THE FA CUP HISTORY
Everton's first FA Cup tie in 1887 was a drawn-out affair against Bolton Wanderers

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