I am taking my son to his first Toffees game on the 21st against Wolves. Now, I am asking for advice because I would like him to grab a few autographs if possible when the players get to the ground.
Does anyone know the best place and time to get out side the ground so he can see some of his (and mine) heroes? Many thanks for those that can help.
Craig Taylor, Posted 01/08/2010 at 10:34:10
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1 Posted 01/08/2010 at 15:12:22
2 Posted 01/08/2010 at 15:51:23
Hope they put on a good performance for your son's first game!
3 Posted 01/08/2010 at 15:54:07
4 Posted 01/08/2010 at 17:13:50
5 Posted 01/08/2010 at 17:14:42
6 Posted 01/08/2010 at 21:03:42
Take it from me, our players and idols are a credit to Everton Football Club and all the ideals that any sane supporter especially those with young children could ask for. I read some misinformed idiots comments on here once and i would have happilly strangled him in his comment that the players dont care and are this that and the other.
I implore you to visit the players car park about two hours before the game, it is between Bullens and the Park stand.
Instead of all the negative whinging that goes on, enjoy our glorious players smiling, signing autographs and posing for photos as they arrive looking like what they are.
I once got James Beattie to pose for a photo and the next home game got him to sign it. Another time Joey Yobo waited for photos and when my camera stuck he tried to fix it.
The players are a credit to the club and really can not do enough to help.
I hope that you can get there for a fabulous experience and for those who whinge and complain about how these supposed "Superstars" behave, get your selves down there and buy yourselves a humble pie on the way.
7 Posted 03/08/2010 at 23:26:06
Get there for one o-clock and take your camera mate!
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