deCoubertin books and ESCLA bring you a wonderful night with the Ukrainian-born Russian international, Andrei Kanchelskis.

From 7pm on 21 November, Andrei will be talking about his time at Everton and Rangers along with both Manchester clubs and with his time in Italy.

So... Remember the Anfield Derby when Andrei scored twice? or his hat-trick against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough?

Well this is the time to talk about these times; in his book "Russian Winters", Andrei will talk about Duncan Ferguson and Joe Royle, he will tell how he felt scoring against Liverpool at Anfield and why he had to leave.

As for his Rangers days, he will want to make sure you understood the falling out with the Dutch manager Dick Advocaat and how it felt to be the only player to score in the Merseyside, Manchester and then Glasgow derbies.

Tickets are limited for this wonderful pre-Christmas stocking-filler opportunity to meet one of the best wingers of his generation.

Please buy you ticket as soon as you can as this event will sell out quickly.

We have just 40 Everton tickets available here. Please print off your ticket and bring it along with you.

Note: The book price is discounted for ESCLA Members. If you do not have a valid membership card with you on the night, you will be charged the non-members price.

Reader Comments (4)

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James Lauwervine
1 Posted 18/10/2017 at 11:52:31
Bloody hell – we could do with him now!
Paul Hewitt
2 Posted 19/10/2017 at 20:31:30
Great player. Even if it was for only one-and-a-bit seasons.
Steve Mink
3 Posted 19/10/2017 at 22:42:30
Could make an argument that he's the best footballer to ever play for the club.
Peter Gorman
4 Posted 22/10/2017 at 12:33:41
Probably the best player we had for many a decade, Steve, which is good enough; I remember how I used to pinch myself that he actually played for our club.

Didn't he end on a sour note though, bit of a sulky puss after Euro 96 until he got his move to Italy.

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