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George McKane on his memories of Alex Young

George McKane from Yellowhouse is a regular guest of ours on a Tuesday afternoon and he told us a great story about the late Alex Young.rnrn

George started watching Everton in the 1950s and recalls his favourite memory of 'The Golden Vision'.


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Terry White
1 Posted 01/03/2017 at 14:56:04
George's memory is letting him down as Maurice Norman did not play in the game he talks about. Otherwise a great story.
George McKane
2 Posted 01/03/2017 at 15:14:23
Thanks, Terry.

I always seem to have Norman and Henry in my thoughts of that game; glad you enjoyed it.

Terry White
3 Posted 02/03/2017 at 03:17:18
Ron, Henry did play in that game. Regardless of whether Norman played or not, it was a great goal on a great day with a great story to end it, George.

I was on the Goodison Road terrace behind Roy Vernon crossing the ball for Alex to rise majestically. It was over 50 years ago and, like most of us who were there that day, I can still see it as it happened as if it were yesterday. There are some things you never forget.

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