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 1901 and 1911 but he was troubled in later life by mental illness and a prison sentence for the manslaughter of his brother in Australia before he passed away in 1959. Thanks to the efforts of the Heritage Society, a fundraising effort has finally enabled the erection of a headstone at his grave site which was revealed at a special ceremony attended by club officials, his...
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Paul Power Guest Appearence

            Paul will be appearing at 11:15am to 12:30pm On Sunday 15th January Upstairs at St Lukes Church Paul Power finished his career on a high after signing for Everton in June 1986 for a fee of £65,000. He played in a total of 52 games in the 1986-87, providing valuable experience for a Toffees side who were without key players including Peter Reid and Paul Bracewell for long periods due to injury but still managed to win the league title and give Power a major trophy at long last in his 34th year. His first team chances were more limited in the 1987-88 season when Everton finished fourth under new manager Colin Harvey after the departure of Howard Kendall to Atletico Bilbao, and at the end of the season he retired to join the club's coaching staff. Paul returned to Manchester City were He is now involved with the academy at Manchester City. Paul will be signing Simon Hart Superb Here We Go -The...
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Jim Keoghan book signing – 19 December

Jim Koeghan will be signing copies of his book, Highs Lows & Bakayokos: Everton In The 90s with the EFC Heritage Society at St Luke's church before the Merseyside derby on Monday 19 October between 5:30pm and 7:30pm. Stop by upstairs in St Luke's before the match to meet Jim and buy the book if you haven't already. Highs, Lows & Bakayokos is the tale of how one of English football’s greatest clubs lost its way and how the nature of being an Evertonian changed forever. In the book, Jim explores this transformative time for our grand old team. It searches for the causes of Everton’s troubles, looking for reasons why peers raced away, grasping the opportunities presented by the dawning of the Sky era. But it seeks to redefine this often maligned decade too. Memorable games, silverware and moments of unadulterated elation; the 1990s was a time of emotional intensity, an era that moved fans in ways that have been all-too absent at Goodison Park during...
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