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Everton FC has sired namesakes in Chile and Argentina but, closer to home, a piece of Ireland is also forever Everton. A conversation with David Exall, Everton’s erstwhile Promotions Manager, put Rob Sawyer on the trail of Club Everton Atha Cliath (“Club Everton of Dublin”) and Seamus Ua Trodd – its Founder, Secretary, Coach, PR Man and lifeblood.
In conversation with Everton's "wide attacker" of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
John Connolly in conversation with Rob Sawyer
Rob Sawyer retraces the origins of one of teh most iconic Everton songs, with recollections from David Exall and Jimmy Husband.
Jim Pearson is a “glass half-full” kind of person. From adversity has arisen opportunity — frustrated in his plans for further education, he blossomed as a professional footballer at St Johnstone, Everton and Newcastle. Once Injury curtailed his playing career, he went on to help make Nike a household name in the UK. Above all else, Jim gives thanks that he can call himself an Evertonian.
A boyhood Blue, born within sight of Goodison Park who wrote to Everton for a trial and rose to become a first team player by the age of 18.
A story of Evertonian generations
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