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#1 Romey 1878

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Posted 22 Aug 2006 - 20:27

I bought the away shirt today at the Everton club shop and got McFadden on the back. I really like this shirt, it looks really good.
I paid a visit to the old lady that is Goodison Park (she's beautiful isnt she?), and it struck me just how amazing our stadium is and how much I will miss it when we eventually leave. I was surprised at the emotion I felt looking at our stadium considering I havnt been to as many matches as some people. Anyway thats my rambling over
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Posted 22 Aug 2006 - 20:32

That's bollocks about how many times you've been mattering Mark.

All it takes is once, first love is the deepest. I loved Everton before I had even noticed girls.

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#3 Romey 1878

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Posted 22 Aug 2006 - 20:35

Thats true enough Mac, but people who have been going for decades may feel they have more of an attachment to the place. It will be a very sad day when the bulldozers move in :(
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Posted 22 Aug 2006 - 20:36

Goodison Park with the Gwladys Street in full swing cemented my love affair :D
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Posted 22 Aug 2006 - 20:38

When I first walked up the stairs and caught my first sight of Goodison, at the age of 5 it just blew me away, still does.

One game or 600 games it still stirs up the same passion and devotion. Tara and Everton are the only two relationships I've been in where I didn't cheat.

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Posted 22 Aug 2006 - 21:27

When I first walked up the stairs and caught my first sight of Goodison, at the age of 5 it just blew me away, still does.

One game or 600 games it still stirs up the same passion and devotion. Tara and Everton are the only two relationships I've been in where I didn't cheat.

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that first sight is amazing.
i remember the last game we beat united 1-0 with dunc scoring. the old lady at night in full swing is the single greatest place on earth
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Posted 22 Aug 2006 - 21:29

that first sight is amazing.
i remember the last game we beat united 1-0 with dunc scoring. the old lady at night in full swing is the single greatest place on earth

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That was one of the best nights of my life
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Posted 22 Aug 2006 - 21:37

My first game in the Gwladys Street was against southampton the last home game before the 95 FA cup final and we sang "were on the march with joeys army" and "tell me ma, me ma" all game that was a landmark moment for me :D
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Posted 23 Aug 2006 - 01:17

My first game in the Gwladys Street was against southampton the last home game before the 95 FA cup final and we sang "were on the march with joeys army" and "tell me ma, me ma" all game that was a landmark moment for me  :D

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:D it makes me feel giddy every time i go the match ;) dont know what you call it but its what i need regularly :D and am so lucky that it picked me :D
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Posted 23 Aug 2006 - 04:20

Miss the whole buzz of match day.......... :(
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Posted 23 Aug 2006 - 07:23

Haven't seen a game there since end of the 82/83 season. Did a flying visit to the Uk in the early 90's only 2 days in Liverpool and had to blag my way so they would let me in. Great Sob story about being over from Oz for a few days and missing the place, they let me in straight away :D Am considerign doing a year back in the UK will try and make it for the 08/09 season, hopefully we will be seriously challenging then.
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Posted 23 Aug 2006 - 12:27

my first game i cant remember :( i was too young but all my family are rs fans so they took me to liverpool games :angry: luckly enough i fell asleep during those matches :) seen the blues play and fell in love with them. a match that sticks out for me is when Everton beat chelsea 3-1 i think in 97 or somethin' like that :)
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Posted 23 Aug 2006 - 16:20

That was one of the best nights of my life

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that game i was stuck in london (as i am far too often) but i watched it in some sports bar in piccadilly and was surrounded by manyoo fans. when dunc scored i went absolutely f**kin ballistic!!
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