Everton Books - Gwladys Street's Hall of Fame
|GWLADYS STREET'S HALL OF FAME, EDITION III|
|David France, 1999.
Skript Publishing (~250 pp) ISBN 1 874799 12 1
|A third edition of David France's unique cooperative effort has been
published. This edition features colour illustrations of all Hall of Fame
stars and highlights the new members elected in 1999. It is published as a
limited edition with all the royalties being dedicated to alleviating the
medical concerns of former Everton players.
|GWLADYS STREET'S HALL OF FAME, EDITION II|
|David France, 1999.
Skript Publishing (226 pp) ISBN 1 874799 10 5
|A second edition of David France's unique cooperative effort, this one
is also limited to 1,000 copies. This edition does not list any new
inductees but highlights new Hall of Fame candidates for the future, and
provides more details of the all-time favourites chosen by
selected former players and fans. The book also contains a wide
variety of other information, opinions, facts and figures that should keep
the attention of any Everton who is a student of blue pride.
|GWLADYS STREET'S HALL OF FAME|
|David France, 1998.
Skript Publishing (227 pp) ISBN 1 874799 09 1
|Created by David France as a tribute to the individuals who have been
instrumental in the development of Merseyside's first club. The merits and
reputations of the 700-plus players who have appeared for Everton FC were
voted on by a panel of former plays, journalists, shareholders, season
ticket holders including Dave Hickson, Brian Labone, Gordon Watson, Tommy
Jones, Len Capeling (Daily Post), Phil McNulty (Echo), and even fanzine
editor Mark Staniford (Speke from the Harbour).
The final selection of just 80 took into account the playing abilities, club service, team accomplishments and honours earned by these individuals during their Everton careers. The criteria were stringent and there are no places for Duncan Ferguson, Gary Lineker, Duncan McKenzie, or Tony Kay. Brilliantly illustrated by Peter King and Dave Sheehan and with all royalties donated to Alder Hey Children's Hospital, what more could you want? Your own copy? Sorry, this was a limited print-run of just 1,000 copies. But look out for the Second Edition