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Another installment of Real Footballers' Wives featuring Irene Lee, wife of former Everton manager, Gordon
In part one of Looking For James Roy we followed his story from Edinburgh to Everton and into the army following the outbreak of WW1. In part two we pick up his story in early 1917.
Another excerpt from Faith Of Our Families: Everton An Oral History 1878-2018, published by deCoubertin Books
The latest installment of Real Footballers' Wives features Ann West, wife of one of Everton's most popular ever players, goalkeeping star Gordon West.
Pete Jones tells the story of Everton's James Roy, a promising left half from Edinburgh and how it parallels those of the war poets Siegfried Sassoon, Robert Graves and Wilfred Owen all of whom had Merseyside connections.
The story of the Welsh centre-half who at one time was keeping Goodison great T.G. Jones out of the Everton team.
An excerpt from Faith Of Our Families: Everton An Oral History 1878-2018, published by deCoubertin Books
12 October 2017 marks the centenary of the birth of Thomas George Ronald Jones in Queensferry, Flintshire. The tall, quiet son of a Connah’s Quay coal merchant would find his footballing feet at Wrexham F.C. but he would achieve immortality at Goodison Park.
The next installment of Real Footballers' Wives features Rosemary Hurst, wife of Everton's John
The life and times of Peter Meehan, yet another import from Scotland in Everton's early history
a chapter from Jim Koeghan's latest book, Everton's Greatest Games: The Toffees' Fifty Finest Matches which covers standout fixtures from a club history stuffed with great occasions and memorable encounters.
The wonderfully named Smart Atkinson Arridge was one of Everton’s first Welsh international players
The latest installment of Real Footballers' Wives features Norma Vernon, wife of Everton goalscoring legend Roy.
By being the first man to captain both Everton Football Club and their local rivals Liverpool, Andrew Hannah holds a unique position in Merseyside folklore.
Jack Sharp sits in exalted company as one of England’s few dual cricket and football internationals. To Evertonians he is much more than that – an iconic player, captain, FA Cup winner, club director and founder of Liverpool’s best known sports outfitters.
Another Scottish import to Goodison Park, the forward would go on to make FA Cup history.