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The story of the man who captained Everton in the season they would lift their first piece of silverware.
The story of David Waugh who went from Everton player to successful club trainer.
The story of Nick Ross, the Victorian version of the present-day soccer super star who captained both Preston North End and Everton. He was described at the time as "the most brilliant back of his day, if not of all time."
It was to the Midland Railway Company's goods depot on Liverpool's Victoria Street, that Tom Evans, an instrumental figure in the formation of Everton FC, was transferred from Derbyshire in 1875.
Everton's first captain at Goodison Park, Howarth took over as skipper from Jonny Holt after the move from Anfield
The story of George "Dod" Brewster, an Everton captain who played for the club between for 18 months between 1921 and 1922.
The story of Bob Smalley, the man between the posts when Everton kicked off the inaugural Football League season in 1888-89.
The story of George Dobson who made his Everton debut in 1885 who went on to become Everton's first captain.
The story of John Weir, a Scottish defender who played 19 league games for Everton in 1889-90.
Profiling Tommy Costley who joined the club in 1886 and was a member of the Everton side that became founder members of the Football League in 1888
A signing from local rivals Bootle, David Jardine was in goal for Everton's first match at Goodison Park.
John Henry Kirwen, born appropriately in 1878, is possibly the first Irishman to play for Everton.
Profiling George Molyneux who played for Everton over two spells at the end of the 19th century.
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