Bringing respect to Liverpool
Youth Academy brings their elite football development programme
online - delivering The Everton Way to the masses.
For years, Everton’s
Youth Academy has enjoyed huge success in producing quality players
for the Premiership. Wayne Rooney, Leon Osman, James Vaughan and
Victor Anichebe - to name just a few - all came through the ranks at
Now anyone from across the world can follow The Everton Way online!
Coaches can discover the methods used by the blues, while players
can follow the programme just like the Toffees’ trainees - and all
can be explored at the click of a button.
Everton first team player, James Vaughan - a product of The Everton
Way - is delighted with how well things have gone for him at
Goodison since arriving as a nine-year old.
“The Everton Way has certainly worked for me and it has also worked
for a number of other young players.
One of the first things fans say to me is that they always like to
see home-grown players do well and for everyone to get the chance to
see the way it all works is great.”
The site offers hundreds of video clips, editorial walkthroughs and
audio commentary guide you through the unique journey to develop
players the Everton Way.
Everton Chief Executive, Keith Wyness said:- “There is huge
appeal to develop the game across North America, Canada, Australia
and many other global territories.
This proven Academy programme acts as the perfect tool to provide
quality football knowledge to coaches and players across the world,
and further cement Everton’s reputation as a top Premiership Club
that produces excellent home-grown talent.”
And despite player development being highly competitive amongst
Premier League clubs, Everton is proud to be the first club to open
the doors and reveal their techniques.
Academy Manager Ray Hall said:- “Never before has a
Premiership Club dared to divulge the secrets of successful player
We are delighted to share our knowledge with the world and make an
impact on global football development.”
RYANAIR IS LIVERPOOL'S FAVOURITE AIRLINE
carried over 200,000 passengers on its 34 routes from John Lennon
Airport last month and overtook Easyjet to become Liverpool's
largest airline. Passengers are voting with their feet because
Ryanair delivers the lowest fares and the best customer service from
Ryanair announced that if passengers find a cheaper fare on the same
route with any other airline, it will pay double the difference
between the two fares. Passengers travelling from the north-west
won't find lower fares than on
www.ryanair.com - GUARANTEED.
Ryanair's CEO Michael O'Leary said:- "Ryanair already delivers
Europe's best punctuality, the fewest lost bags and a no fuel
surcharge, guarantee. Now we guarantee that Ryanair won't be beaten
on fares either. If passengers in the north-west find cheaper,
Ryanair will pay them double the difference.
We urge all passengers to log onto www.ryanair.com immediately to
snap up any of our 500,000 seats from £10 at Liverpool John Lennon
Airport. You won't find cheaper anywhere else. That's guaranteed."
Turkish Delight For Formby Pair
A golf trip of
a lifetime awaits amateur Stephen Lewis and his Formby PGA
professional Gary Butler if they can come through the next stage of
Europe's biggest pro-am competition, the PGA National Pro-Am
Lewis took his first big step towards a luxury five-day trip to
Turkey, when he won the club qualifying competition with a score of
He and Butler now advance to the regional final on 6 June at St
Annes Old Links Golf Club, where they will play one round of
better-ball medal play. The winning professional in the regional
final receives £500, and there are valuable prizes for the top
The winners of 16 regional finals throughout Great Britain and
Ireland will enjoy an expenses paid luxury trip to compete in the
Grand Final held on the PGA Sultan course at Antalya Golf Club where
they will stay at the five-star Sirene Hotel and Beach Resort,
between 12 - 16 December.
The PGA National Pro-Am is now in its 23rd year and has an overall
prize fund of £30,000 with the winning professional at the Grand
Final taking home a cheque for £5,000.
Stephen Lewis, 32, lives in Formby. He plays off a handicap of 11.
Gary Butler, 45, has
been a professional at Formby for nine years.
This year's tournament is expected to receive entries from more than
100,000 club golfers from all over Great Britain and Ireland.
Last year's winners
were from the Parc Golf Academy in Newport, with pro Richard
Dinsdale and his talented amateur partner, JP Kim collecting the