Competition to win DVD of “The Official Everton History”
IT’S been an
incredible journey for Everton Football Club that started way back
in 1878 and has encompassed some of the most wonderful players and
characters to have graced the English game. From the pioneers of the
club in the 19th century, through the move to Goodison Park, the
Dixie Dean era, the glory of the 1960s, the unforgettable 1980s and
the resurgence under David Moyes; the newly launched Everton
Official History DVD tells the complete story.
Everton is more than a football club – its an institution with a
rich and unique history that means so much to so many people. Fans
watching the new DVD will be reminded of greats of the game
including Geary, Chedgzoy, Dean, Lawton, Hickson, Labone, Young,
Kendall, Harvey, Ball, Catterick, Latchford, Southall, Ratcliffe,
Sharp, Watson, Areta to name just a few….
All the big names who have contributed so much to the Everton story
are featured in the programme and will no doubt trigger memories of
the good times, the bad times, the cup finals, the championships,
the great goals and the great games.
Fans a have waited a long time for the release of an Official
History DVD and his comprehensive account will not disappoint as it
delves deep into the rich history of the club with viewpoints from
players, fans and insiders.
With a bonus feature of an interactive ‘Legends’ function that
allows fans to pause the action to learn more about key players,
only to be returned to the programme once they have finished, fans
will be able to further their knowledge of their beloved team and
truly get to know their history.
It’s a grand old team to play for, it’s a grand old team to support
and if you know your history….
This DVD is worth £19.99 and is approximately 128 minuets long with
40 minuets of bonus footage. It is available in PAL format with
Dolby Digital Sound and can be bought from selected JJB Sport shops
and EvertonFC.com Cat No:- DVD0279
We have one copy of this fantastic DVD to give away…. To win it all
you have to do is
Skype your full name and address and the
answer to this simple question…. “What was the original use of
the building on Everton’s Logo?" by 12 noon GMT, on 1
Liverpool Christmas Light Switch On 2007, Photographic Coverage.
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