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From Sky website.. Martin Tyler's section.

 

Hello Martin, watching Phil Neville and Andy Johnson start against Israel got me thinking - when was the last time England started a competitive game with two Everton players? Greg Dawkins

 

MARTIN SAYS: As far as I can tell Greg, we haven't seen two Everton players line up competitively for England since their final game of the European Championship finals in 1988 in Germany. They lost 3-0 to what was then known as the USSR and Dave Watson, Trevor Steven and Gary Stevens all started. The last time we saw two Everton players in the same England side in any game before Saturday in Tel Aviv came in 1989, when Tony Cottee and Trevor Steven played in the side which beat Scotland 2-0 at Hampden Park.

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another little fact for you my grandad said: everton are the team to win most out of anyone else at anfield.

 

wow! I must admit it is quite cool that anfeild will go down soon and everton will be the team who has won most there in the history. Bar liverpool ofcourse louis :P

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wow! I must admit it is quite cool that anfeild will go down soon and everton will be the team who has won most there in the history. Bar liverpool ofcourse louis :P

Does that include when we used to play there i.e. a loaded fact)?. :blink:

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one i learnt today from a RS mate of mine...Everton have been at the top of the premiership more times than liverpool. Acording to him liverpool have never been top, not sure about the never been top of it like but...

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