Lyndon Lloyd

The Holy Trinity of Our Forefathers

The Holy Trinity of Our Forefathers

DR JAMES CLEMENT BAXTER   Previously there has been a concerted effort by the Everton Shareholders Association and particularly by one fellow Evertonian Paul Wharton to endorse our song “And if you know your history”. Paul has been dubbed the Everton Sherlock Holmes. He has been driven to find out the true story behind our clubs formation and the founder fathers who delivered to us this fantastic club. When I read about our clubs past it really does make your heart go whoohhoo! It is now generally accepted that the following gentleman were the driving force in forming and making…
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A Fascinating Insight into Will Cuff

A Fascinating Insight into Will Cuff

Arriving through the double doors of The People's Club Lounge at Goodison Park, I was greeted by the ever-friendly face of David Starsky. It?s always great seeing David. I do enjoy his zest for life. We were present for the rather special occasion that was the unveiling of a quite amazing piece of artwork by Chris Wilson, this being an exceptional, life-like portrait of Mr Everton,  a man whose achievements are difficult to be tailored into words... one Will Cuff. As ever with such events organized by the Everton Heritage Society, and in particular Paul Wharton, the evening was informative,…
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A Tribute to Alexander “Sandy” Young

A Tribute to Alexander “Sandy” Young

Everton honour 1906 cup hero Sandy Young by Lyndon Lloyd | 03/09/2014 Alex "Sandy" Young was honoured today in Edinburgh Everton FC and Everton Heritage Society unveiled a new headstone in Edinburgh's Seafield cemetery today to mark the grave of Alex 'Sandy' Young, one of the club's first legends. Still the fourth-highest goalscorer in Everton's history, Young was the scorer of the winning goal in the 1906 FA Cup Final win over Newcastle United that clinched the trophy for the Blues for the first time. In all, he found the net 127 times in 314 appearances in the decade between…
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The EFC Heritage Society and Everton FC, pay tribute to Alex Young

The EFC Heritage Society and Everton FC, pay tribute to Alex Young

Paul Wharton & Peter Lupson,Chairman & Vice Chairman of the EFC Heritage Sociey (right),speaking at the rededication Alex ''Sandy'' Young's grave1 of 8 The EFC Heritage Society together with Everton Football Club, pay tribute to one of Scotland's great Centre Forwards,with the re-dedication of Alex ''Sandy'' Young's grave at Seafields Cemetery, Edinburgh. A Piper plays at the grave of Alex ''Sandy'' Young.2 of 8 Former Everton FC players at the service (ltr) Graeme Sharp, Alex Young & Graham Stuart.3 of 8 Family and guests at the service.4 of 8 The EFC Heritage Society together with Everton Football Club,pay tribute to one of Scotland's great Centre Forwards,with the rededication…
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