The Everton Giant was laid to rest on Thursday after an emotional funeral service in Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral.
Fans suggested the mark of respect in the fourth minute, inspired by the number he wore as an Everton player in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
An image of Howard will appear on Goodison Park’s big screens during the fourth minute of the game.
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1 Posted 30/10/2015 at 22:11:20
A lot of people have mentioned Colin and it's his face at the Man Utd game that brings a real sense of grief to me. Respect the White Pele while we have him.
2 Posted 30/10/2015 at 22:28:39
3 Posted 31/10/2015 at 04:23:27
4 Posted 31/10/2015 at 19:41:02
I remember Howard Kendall signing and was lucky enough to see all three in their prime. They were fantastic and it was an honour to have witnessed...
The applause idea is good but I hope the players don't join in; it would be better for them to score at that time.
5 Posted 31/10/2015 at 21:55:44
What we desperately need is a board that reciprocates just a fraction of Howard's and the fans' love for the club. All we have had to date is a catalogue of lies and false dawns. Whether it be a minute's silence or applause at at the passing of one of our greats, it would serve no good purpose to continue with the mourning process.
Against Sunderland, the team and Martinez need to show some attacking spirit. A clear-cut victory in that game would go a long way to lift the shroud of misery.
I am sure Howard Kendall would prefer that rather than the other kind of Blues.
11 Posted 02/11/2015 at 08:38:47
It reminds me why I love this club......
I think Kendall would have grasped the fact that Lukaku, Deulofeu and Kone are our best combination up front some time ago.
Roberto please watch the videos of the 80s and do not tamper with a winning combination.....
RIP, Mr Kendall, a true legend.....
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