Kenwright: Alex Young was Nijinsky of footballers

Tuesday 28 February 2017  5 Comments  [Jump to last]
They say loss, like love, has an eloquence of its own. So Bill Kenwright, the renowned theatre impresario and Everton chairman, was always going to excel at articulating his feelings at such a sad time at Goodison Park.

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David Astley
1 Posted 28/02/2017 at 21:19:43
My first game at Goodison was in April 1963 against Spurs. A ticket for the Goodison Road Stand was a 10th birthday present. Alex Young scored the only goal with a soaring header.

We went on to win the League. A wonderful memory including the sight of my normally very quiet Dad waving his cap in the air. RIP, the Golden Vision.
Lyndon Lloyd
2 Posted 28/02/2017 at 21:25:10
David, you can see a very brief and grainy ITN Source video clip that includes that goal by the Vision here.
Jim Potter
3 Posted 01/03/2017 at 08:37:10
Good on yer, Bill.


Len Hawkins
4 Posted 01/03/2017 at 09:58:49
There is one thing about BK he can certainly wax lyrical and bring a tear to his and everybody else's eye, but in this case he is only telling the truth.
Alan McGuffog
5 Posted 01/03/2017 at 10:03:16

Was in the Boys Pen that day and, as was the custom, left at three quarter time to try to get in the stands. Never worked of course. Ended up in Goodison Rd and could hardly see a thing... memory playing up but did Alex score late on? I would have missed it!

All the best.

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