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#1 Romey 1878

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Posted 03 Apr 2009 - 15:41

http://www.evertonfc...no-retires.html

He may not have been the best player around but he always gave 110% and he couldn't half hit a penalty!

Good luck Rhino.
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#2 MikeO

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Posted 03 Apr 2009 - 18:12

Yeah, top bloke, great attitude, true Blue!

Best of luck to him.
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#3 jamiemaher85

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Posted 03 Apr 2009 - 19:26

Good luck to him. I always liked him as a player. Very good servant for the club.
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Posted 03 Apr 2009 - 19:46

Yeah, a true blue and great servant for us, all the best for the future.
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Posted 03 Apr 2009 - 20:53

I have a slight feeling that Rhino may just be one of the very few players/ex-players to take a look on here every now and then. If do see these emails Unsy, then hopefully you will take a small bit of pleasure from the graitude of Blues. A loyal servent and a modern day player who gelt pride in wearing the shirt. The fact that you were in the Gwladys Street for the Derby the other season speaks volumes for you.

Let us not forget that he has an FA Cup winners medel and that he played a key role in getting the Moyes era off to a flier in DM's first game in charge.

All the best David.
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Posted 03 Apr 2009 - 21:46

One of my childhood heros. All the best to him, absolute legend in my eyes. I hope he makes it as a coach / manager or whatever he chooses to do in the future.
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Posted 04 Apr 2009 - 01:44

One of my childhood heros. All the best to him, absolute legend in my eyes. I hope he makes it as a coach / manager or whatever he chooses to do in the future.

Think i'm coming from a similar age. I loved him when he was first in an Everton shirt. I remember my first everton game (Villa away 94'!!!) him being the standout perfomer (along with Vinny Samways). Good times, good player but a great man... and who can forget when he joined Villa, stayed there 1 week then leftg and rejoined us. I will love him just for that i think... even if he was whipped by the misses :lol:
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#8 marcopaulo

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Posted 04 Apr 2009 - 09:50

that was great with villa funny as! one of my fav ever in recent times and was a hero of mine growin up too! dad used to referee him an all cos he grew up near me and went school with my sister! top man and hope he comes back as a coach just to chant rhino again :D
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Posted 04 Apr 2009 - 16:37

I played for some great teams alongside some great players but my best times were at Everton, he said. I absolutely love the club and the fans and I would love to return again one day.


IMO he is always welcome. He was a solid left back and one which was reliable 9 times out of 10. Would have loved him to have stayed longer but things just didn't happen according to plan I guess. I wish him all the best with his coaching ambitions and we never know he could end up back here in a coaching role like Stubbs.

Legend.
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Posted 05 Apr 2009 - 05:21

Good luck to him. was a great player to have always gave 100% to the team
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#11 Jimmy the blue

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Posted 05 Apr 2009 - 13:38

All the best Davie lad, God help you with that wife of yours, nag nag nag nag nag nag nag :lol:
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#12 StevO

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Posted 05 Apr 2009 - 16:39

loved unsy as a kid, guaranteed penalty scorer and a fellow evertonain on the field as well as off it.
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#13 LeToffeeCanadien

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Posted 05 Apr 2009 - 22:07

I'll always remember him fondly. In 2003 I took my then 11 year old son to the UK anbd watched Everton at Charlton - sat with the travelling blues. at the end of the warm-up, when the balls were being retrieved, he purposely hammered one into our end - and it landed in my sons hands. Greate souvenir to bring back to Canada - thanks Unsy.
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