Southall's belated induction into Hall of Fame

10/06/2016   Comments  [Jump to last]

Neville Southall is set to be inducted into the National Football Museum's Hall of Fame in October.

Everton's legendary goalkeeper has been overlooked for the honour in previous years, although according to the Liverpool Echo the Museum have claimed he has come very close before, but that will change this year.

The Footballer of the Year of 1985, Southall won two league titles, two FA Cups and the European Cup Winners' Cup with Everton and remains Wales's most capped player at international level.

He will be joined on the Museum's honour roll this year by two more former Blues, Everton Ladies Rachel Unitt and Rachel Brown-Finniss.  

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