How long have you supported Everton?
Who or what was responsible for being an Evertonian?
My family – Evertonians since 1878.
First Everton game attended:
A reserve game against Wolves at Goodison in 1962.
Most memorable matches attended:
Bayern Munich in 1985 and the Andy King derby winner after years without a win.
Where do you generally sit at Goodison?
Upper Bullens (season ticket)
What aspect of being an Evertonian do you like most?
In what year did you join EFCHS?
2008 – a founder member
What is your particular area of interest or expertise in Everton’s history/heritage?
In your opinion, what is the best thing about the Society?
Everything – helping the club and the fans
Your favourite Everton-related book?
The David France books are all wonderfully put-together.
If you could travel in time, what match, before your lifetime of attending matches, would you choose to attend?
Dean’s 60th goal (1928).
The best player you have seen in Everton’s colours?
Alan James Ball
The player you wish that you could have seen, from the past?
William Ralph Dean and Tommy Lawton – to see who was the best.
Anything else to add?
This Heritage Society helped me physically and emotionally when it started. It not only helps the club with the information and, at times, guidance, but has given the fans an enormous lift in very barren years and trophyless seasons. I’m sure we were the first club heritage group to start the ball rolling, long may it continue to do so.