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Defence At The Top by Brian Labone  Published by Pelham 1968; signed edition with good d/j two hundred pounds; unsigned sixty pounds (valuation date Nov 2012)   sixty pounds

Defence At The Top by Brian Labone Published by Pelham 1968; signed edition with good d/j two hundred pounds; unsigned sixty pounds (valuation date Nov 2012) sixty pounds

Duncan Ferguson.  HERO!

Duncan Ferguson. HERO!

Everton FC 1984 FA Cup Final Team Celebrations Photo

Everton FC 1984 FA Cup Final Team Celebrations Photo

Norwich v #EFC flashback, 1987: Having missed the chance to win the title at Goodison following a goalless draw with Man City, the Blues travelled to Carrow Road on Easter Monday knowing a win would seal a second championship in three years and Pat van den Hauwe's first minute strike proved enough to spark the celebrations for Howard Kendall's men. Watch it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUQanC59OFo and follow today's game here http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/everton-fc/match-centre/

Norwich v #EFC flashback, 1987: Having missed the chance to win the title at Goodison following a goalless draw with Man City, the Blues travelled to Carrow Road on Easter Monday knowing a win would seal a second championship in three years and Pat van den Hauwe's first minute strike proved enough to spark the celebrations for Howard Kendall's men. Watch it here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUQanC59OFo and follow today's game here http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/everton-fc/match-centre/

#Everton v Spurs flashback, 1982: Graeme Sharp underlined his volleying prowess with a ferocious forerunner of his famous derby goal two years later. The Scot put the Blues in front with a sensational strike from the edge of the box before Ricky Villa grabbed a point for the visitors - watch Sharpie's thunderbolt here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKJZfH_BX2g & follow today's game from Goodison as it happens in our live match centre > http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/everton-fc/match-centre/

#Everton v Spurs flashback, 1982: Graeme Sharp underlined his volleying prowess with a ferocious forerunner of his famous derby goal two years later. The Scot put the Blues in front with a sensational strike from the edge of the box before Ricky Villa grabbed a point for the visitors - watch Sharpie's thunderbolt here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKJZfH_BX2g & follow today's game from Goodison as it happens in our live match centre > http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/everton-fc/match-centre/

Best boy, Seamus Coleman, efc, everton, inspiration

Best boy, Seamus Coleman, efc, everton, inspiration

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