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15 Jul 2017 03:57:14
I know there's a lot of good blues of all ages and eras on this site so this is just a little non transfer related question for all of yous.
Best 3 Everton moments and worst 3.
I'll get the ball rolling.
1. Coming back to beat Wimbledon 3-2 to stay up.
2. Amo banging the goals in against Spurs at Elland Road.
3. Ferguson scoring winner against Utd 10 years on.
(Winning FA Cup just missed out)
1. McAllister putting Freekick past Gerrard.
2. Collina disallowing Duncs goal.
3. Poll or whoever disallowing the goal that come of the back of Hutchisons head and pretending he'd already blown the whistle.
Would love love to hear your inputs blues!

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15 Jul 2017 05:49:51
A few old ones here.
1964 Anfield, my first Derby. 4-0 win.
Bayern Munich semi final.
Do agree with that Tottenham game at Elland Road.
Clive Thomas disallowed goal.
Villa League Cup Final.
That Sandy Brown o. g. I was right in line.
Very difficult to just pick three of each.

15 Jul 2017 08:25:42
Best moments for me.
1 lifting the FA cup after a 14yr wait for a trophy in 1984.
2.Bayern semi (never known an atmosphere like it)
3.either Kingys exocet in the 77 derby/ or ratters noggy creeping in at the kop end.
1.Selling my hero Howard Kendal ( broke a young boys heart)
2.Frank bloody Lampard. running around the corner flag. ( If ever you wanted to murder someone)
3.Clive Thomas. Enough said, case closed.

{Ed025's Note - some great memories there jimmy..

15 Jul 2017 08:27:11
Good posts boys we have had some good moments in the past I think my best would be Everton beating Rapid Vienna to win the cup in 1985,worst would be Collina disallowing Duncs goal cheers all have a great weekend, GuernseyBlue.

{Ed025's Note - good stuff mate..

15 Jul 2017 09:12:44
Best - Being at White Hart Lane when Big Nev made THAT save from Falco's header; winning cup winners cup; Amokachi semi-final.

Worst - Losing FA Cup to the other side despite Lineker putting us in front; Heysel and the effect it had on our best ever team; Norman f*****g Whiteside's curler!

Off the top of my head.

15 Jul 2017 09:23:16
Worst season before last 4-0 hammering at anfield
Best is between Wolfsburg away win people wrote us off and we went there and done a professional job or the 1-0 nil win against united at goodison park big Dunc with his thumping header under the lights. 27 and haven't seen us win anything yet finger crossed it's this year.

15 Jul 2017 09:30:57
best 3 . being at wembley 95 beating the mancs,
being at goodison beating wimbledon 3-2
sharpys whopper at anfield.
worst . duncs dissalowed goal
being 2-0 down to wimbledon 94 (felt sick)
distins backpass semis against them lot.

15 Jul 2017 10:11:59
Best: Bayern Semi, closest I've come to heart attack.
Sharpies goal, first time my life moved in slow motion.
Bob latch fords pen to give him 30 goals, and it was against Chelsea.

Worst: two cup finals against them.
White side, enough said.

15 Jul 2017 10:52:34

Sharp's Derby screamer.
Tom Davies goal v Man City
The last 20 mins of the 95 final (take a bow Nev, you are the best keeper I have ever seen you absolute LEGEND)


Losing 1-0 to Oxford to effectively hand them lot the league in 86
Anything to do with Villarreal
Kevin Moran hacking down Reid when he was destined to score in cup final.

15 Jul 2017 11:30:28
Best moment was when I was a kid watching us live on the telly coming back from 0-2 to win the 1966 FA Cup final. From the depths of inconsolable despair to pure elation in half-an-hour.
Worst moment was five years later when I heard on the radio that we’d transferred Alan Ball to Arsenal. It took the best part of a decade and a half for us to become winners again.
Since both of those events - and as I've got older and learnt that being an Evertonian means living and coping with a roller-coaster of emotions - there have been too many other best/ worst moments (winning and losing key matches, players coming and going, good and bad chairmen/ owners, etc., etc. ) for me to pick the most important for me. I'm just glad that with Farhad Moshiri we’re back in a position just like when John Moores revitalised our club in the early 1960s.



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