Everton Football Club has a proud and distinguished history. This new official book presents that fascinating history in unique form - firsthand through the words of those who saw it and made it happen. The Official Autobiography of Everton Football Club is being published to celebrate the Blues' 120th year at Goodison Park. All the great events from 1892 to 2012 are featured: Dixie Dean talks about his record-breaking 60 goal haul of 1928; the famous 1966 FA Cup triumph is seen through hero Mike Trebilcock's eyes; the legends of Rotterdam relive their European Cup Winners' Cup success of 1985 and 1995 FA Cup boss Joe Royle gives his post-match thoughts on a famous Wembley win. Alongside these achievements are the iconic names that bring a shiver to any Evertonian's spine. Golden Vision Alex Young explains more about his special relationship with the Everton fans; Bob Latchford talks us through his historic 30-goal haul in 1978; Howard Kendall reveals the secrets to his Eighties success and Duncan Ferguson talks passionately of his Goodison love affair in a rare interview. Then there are the less obvious happenings which complete the full picture. From 'pie-man' Imre Varadi on his 1981 derby goal to Gazza's short but colourful spell at the club. The book is brought right up to date with David Moyes' inside views on his ten years in charge. The Official Everton FC Autobiography is presented chronologically and can be read cover to cover or dipped into as a treasured and unique collection of entertaining, informative and inspirational stories about one of the country's proudest football clubs.